Pasar Senen railway station

Pasar Senen Station is a station located in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is the second largest train station in Jakarta after Gambir Station. It is located close to Pasar Senen market area in Senen Subdistrict, Central Jakarta.

Pasar Senen Station

Stasiun Pasar Senen
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LocationJakarta
Indonesia
Coordinates6°10′28″S 106°50′40″E / 6.17444°S 106.84444°E / -6.17444; 106.84444Coordinates: 6°10′28″S 106°50′40″E / 6.17444°S 106.84444°E / -6.17444; 106.84444
Owned byPT Kereta Api Indonesia
Platforms2 side platform, 1 island platform
Tracks6
Construction
ParkingAvailable
Other information
Station codePSE
History
Opened1925
Services
Preceding station   KRL Jabodetabek   Following station
toward Bogor
Bogor-Jatinegara
toward Jatinegara
toward Depok
Depok-Jatinegara
toward Jatinegara
toward Bekasi
Bekasi-Jakarta Kota
toward Jakarta Kota
Location
Pasar Senen Station is located in Jakarta
Pasar Senen Station
Pasar Senen Station
Location within Jakarta

Pasar Senen only serves Economy and Business class intercity train except Gumarang and Sawunggalih. It also serves as a stoppage for Jakarta Metro Rail.

HistoryEdit

The first station of Senen was built in 1886 and serve as loading/unloading logistics station. The new station was built few yards away from the old station and was opened on 19 March 1925. The station was designed by J. van Gendt who was head of Statts Spoorwegen (SS) architecture bureau. The station was the first of its kind in Java to have a high level platform, similar to the stations in Netherlands. The station was intended to be the main central station of Weltevreden. However it only last until 1926 and the central station was reverted to Gambir Station.[1]

TrainsEdit

The station serves both KRL Commuterline and long distance train. 34 long distance trains depart from Pasar Senen station daily.[2]

Mixed ClassEdit

Note:
* Brantas Tambahan & Kertajaya Tambahan only operates during high season *new year, eid al fitr
* Kutojaya Utara Fakultatif only operates during weekends & high season (new year, eid al fitr)

Premium Economy ClassEdit

Economy Plus ClassEdit

  • Majapahit, from and to Malang via Semarang-Solo-Madiun
  • Jaka Tingkir, from and to Lempuyangan via Purwokerto-Yogyakarta

Economy ClassEdit

  • Matarmaja, (reguler and tambahan), from and to Malang via Semarang-Solo-Madiun-Blitar
  • Bengawan, from and to Solo Purwosari via Purwokerto-Yogyakarta
  • Progo, from and to Yogyakarta Lempuyangan via Purwokerto
  • Tawang Jaya, from and to Semarang Poncol
  • Tegal Ekspres, from and to Tegal
  • Serayu, from and to Purwokerto via Bandung-Kroya

Local TrainEdit

  • Walahar Ekspres/Lokal PWK, to Jakarta Tanjung Priok
  • Jatiluhur/Lokal CKP, to Jakarta Tanjung Priok

KRL Commuter LineEdit

  KA Commuter Line Jatinegara–Bogor

  • KRL Loop line local, to Bogor
  • KRL Loop line local (Depok Branch), to Depok
  • KRL Loop line local (Kampung Bandan Branch), to Kampung Bandan

  KA Commuter Line Jakarta Kota–Cikarang

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Stasiun Senen, jakarta.go.id
  2. ^ "143,465 Homecomers Depart from Jakarta through Pasar Senen Train Station". Netral News. Retrieved 31 May 2019.

External linksEdit