Serayu is an economy-class train running twice a day between Purwokerto and Pasar Senen via Kroya, Banjar, Tasikmalaya, Kiaracondong, Cimahi and Purwakarta. The train was previously known as Cepat Sidareja, Cipuja, and Citrajaya. The name Serayu is derived from the Serayu River, which the train crosses twice on its journey.
|Service type||Inter-city rail|
|Locale||West Java, Indonesia|
|First service||22 November 1985|
|Current operator(s)||Kereta Api Indonesia Operational Area 5 Purwokerto|
|End||Pasar Senen, Jakarta|
|Distance travelled||417 km (259 mi)|
|Service frequency||Daily each way|
|Class(es)||Economy class only|
|Disabled access||Restricted due to age of rolling stock|
|Seating arrangements||Bus style (3-2)|
|Catering facilities||On-board café|
|Baggage facilities||Overhead racks, baggage carriage|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Operating speed||60–100 km/h|
Initially called Cepat Sidareja at its inauguration in 1985, the morning train was later renamed to Cipuja, while its night train counterpart was named Citrajaya and the route was extended to Cilacap and Jakarta. The train Galuh called at stations on this route which were skipped by both Cipuja and Citrajaya. In the early 2000s, Cipuja and Citrajaya were rebranded to Serayu. In 2013, the route was extended to Purwokerto.
The Serayu train runs four times daily, twice per direction, following the route Purwokerto–Kroya–Maos–Gandrungmangun–Sidareja–Banjar–Ciamis–Tasikmalaya–Cipeundeuy–Cibatu–Kiaracondong–Cimahi–Purwakarta–Pasar Senen.
- (in Indonesian) Official website of PT Kereta Api Indonesia