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Padalarang Station

Padalarang Station
Station statistics
Address West Bandung, Indonesia
Other information
Station code PDL
Owned by PT Kereta Api Indonesia

Padalarang Station is a train station in Bandung West Java.

The station is located near the Cihaliwung area and Cihaliwung traditional market, on the heart of the capital city of Western Bandung Regency, the Padalarang district.

The station located on the western side of Bandung Cities, it is the point where 2 railways route (Jakarta - Cikampek - Padalarang) and (Jakarta - Bogor - Sukabumi - Padalarang) merged.


The train station serves several economy class train both to the west side or to the east side, and also serves number of commuter train.

Trains that are accessed from this station :

Commuter trains :

  • KRD Cianjur to Cianjur and Bandung Ciroyom
  • KA Simandra to Purwakarta and Cibatu
  • Baraya Geulis to Cicalengka
  • Rencang Geulis to Cibatu
  • KRD Bandung Raya to Cicalengka

Bandung Urban Railway

To ease traffic congestion at the Greater Bandung roads, the Central government will make Bandung Urban Railway which use electric trains with double tracks line between Padalarang-Cicalengka through Bandung. In November 2011, mapping of Padalarang-Bandung route and feasibility study of Bandung-Cicalengka route have been done by local government.[1]


External links

  • (Indonesian) PT KAI - the Indonesian rail company
  • (Indonesian) Forum Semboyan35 - Indonesian Rail fans Forum
  • (Indonesian) Padalarang Train Station

Coordinates: 6°50′34.89″S 107°29′50.38″E / 6.8430250°S 107.4973278°E / -6.8430250; 107.4973278

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