|Inter-city rail and Commuter rail station|
|Location||Jl. Manggarai Utara I, Manggarai, Tebet, South Jakarta|
|Elevation||13 m (43 ft)|
|Owned by||Indonesian Railway Company|
|Operated by||Kereta Commuter Indonesia|
|Platforms||5 island platform|
1 side platform
|Connections||TransJakarta Corridor 4|
Manggarai Station (MRI) is a train station at Manggarai, Tebet in Jakarta, Indonesia. At present, it serves primarily as a transit station for Jakarta metro rail and Soekarno–Hatta Airport Rail Link; however the station will replace Gambir as the terminus for most intercity trains in 2021. The Bukit Duri depot is located in south of the Manggarai station.
Manggarai Station opened on 1 May 1918 even though construction was not fully finished —
World War I in Europe delayed the delivery of certain parts of its roof. Its tracks branched to Meester Cornelis (Jatinegara) and continued to Bandung and also to Tanah Abang. The construction was supervised by Van Grendt. The first class waiting room has not changed since the 1910s. The station replaced the second Meester Cornelis Station, which was located a few hundred meters to the south.
Facilities and Development
Manggarai Station is not just a station, it is also as a parking place for intercity trains before the trains transfer to Gambir Station or Jakarta Kota Station for their departure. The station is also the terminus of the Soekarno-Hatta Airport Rail Link express and commuter train service.
At present the station is undergoing development with a three-level station. It is planned that there will be 8 railways lanes on the ground floor, which will be used by Bekasi line of Jakarta metro rail and Airport rail. Meanwhile, on the second floor there will be 10 railway tracks, which will serve long-distance trains and Bogor line of metro rail. After completion, Manggarai prepared to be the largest transit station, not only for metro rail, but also the starting point for departure of long-distance trains and Soekarno-Hatta Airport Trains. There will be a housing and commercial complex, and a 5 star hotel also surrounding the station.
- KRL Central line, Jakarta Kota—Bogor
- KRL Bekasi line, Jakarta Kota—Bekasi
- KRL Loop line, Jatinegara—Bogor
- Transjakarta Corridor 4
- Transjakarta Express Pulo Gadung-Ragunan
- DAMRI bus Manggarai-Soekarno Hatta International Airport
- "Manggarai Station to replace Gambir as long-distance railway hub in 2021". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 10 October 2019.
- Stasiun Jatinegara, Jakarta.go.id
- "KRNA to Develop Railway Infrastructure in Jakarta". Business Korea. Retrieved 23 September 2018.
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|Preceding station||Indonesian Railway Company||Following station|
towards Tanah Abang
towards Jakarta Kota
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