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KAI railways that were previously submerged under flood water at two West Java stations are now operational again.
The GeNose C19 Covid-19 screening services has been launched in Jakarta's major railway stations; Gambir and Pasar Senen.
SOEs Minister Erick Thohir said the Covid-19 pandemic has put state-owned companies in large amounts of debt.
KAI Jakarta confirmed that the mandatory PCR swab test and rapid antigen test have not been yet required for long-distance train passengers to date.
The KAI stations have implemented special transactions for multi-trip cards (KMT) and bank electronic money (e-money) on weekdays only.
State-owned railway operator PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) announces that train tickets for Christmas and New Year holidays are now available.
KAI said today morning that as of 8 a.m. there were 113,341 passengers of commuter line service (KRL).
PT KAI recorded 240,823 passengers of long-distance trains (KAJJ) during the long weekend holidays from October 27 to November 2, 2020.
KAI spokesperson confirmed 30 passengers were boarding the commuter line KA 1481 when it derails at Kampung Bandan station today, Oct. 30.
KAI Operation Area (Daop) 2 Bandung opened up another location of COVID-19 rapid test services for would-be passengers.
The Transportation Ministry is planning to grant subsidies of Covid-19 rapid tests for passengers of long-distance train routes.
State railway company KAI at operation region 1 Jakarta added train trips to anticipate passenger surge in the long weekend, August 19-23.
Coordinating Minister Luhut Pandjaitan said the government supported the development of rail-based mass transportation.
PT KAI recorded the seat occupancy on long-distance trains increased by 20 percent ahead of Eid al-Adha.
Jakarta administration had reportedly annulled the mandatory of an Exit and Entry Permit (SIKM) for traveling from and to Jakarta, KAI confirmed.
PT KAI was forecasted to experience operating cash deficit of up to Rp3.4 trillion until the end of 2020 due to lower public mobility in the pandemic.
The Transportation Ministry ensures it will not increase the capacity of Commuter Line or KRL passengers despite the increasing number of commuters.
Indonesia's state-run railway company, PT KAI, is bringing back regular trains-long-distance and local-to operation starting Friday, June 12.
Transportation Ministry announced today that the inter-city trains are now allowed to accommodate 70 percent passengers of its total seat capacity.
State railway company (KAI) has prepared special regulations for long-distance trains during the enactment of large-scale social restriction (PSBB).