PT KAI to Restore its Commuter Line Passenger Capacity Back to 80 Percent

- 19 May 2022 12:01 WIB
Commuterline passanger
Commuterline passanger


JAKARTADAILY.ID –  PT KAI will be restoring its passenger capacity back to 80 percent for its Commuter Line, according to a press release published on Thursday, May 19, 2022.

VP Corporate Secretary of KAI Commuter, Anne Purba said that this policy is in accordance with the Circular Letter of the Ministry of Transportation Number 57 of 2022.

"In this regulation, commuter trains in the agglomeration area, including the Jabodetabek KRL and Yogyakarta-Solo KRL are allowed to serve users up to 80 percent of capacity or 130-135 passengers per train," said Anne Purba in the press release.

Anne said the implementation of the addition of the KRL passenger capacity had been carried out since May 18, 2022.

Meanwhile, the capacity of local urban train users in Merak, Bandung, Yogyakarta, and Surabaya can carry passengers at full capacity or 100 percent.

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"Although there are more flexible travel rules in line with the improved handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, all users still need to follow the applicable health rules and protocols," she said.

Train users are still required to wear masks. In addition, show the vaccine certificate through the PeduliLindung application, or directly to the KAI Commuter officer.

"KAI Commuter continues to encourage people to keep their distance when sitting in the KRL seat or when standing on the KRL trip and always wash their hands before and after taking the train," she explained.

KAI Commuter also enforces other additional rules in using KRL, namely the prohibition of speaking directly or by telephone while traveling.

“Users who bring children, especially toddlers, are advised to avoid overcrowding when using KRL,” she said.

The officer will also regulate the movement of child users who will use the KRL, as long as it is not too crowded the officer will allow them to take the KRL.

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Editor: Muhamad Al Azhari


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