Kedungjati-Tuntang trackage as a part of Semarang-Ambarawa reactivated trackage is the only track in Indonesia without road crossing.
It has 8 fly overs or underpasses to make more safety in congested traffic roads, now still underconstruction.
The headquarters of the state railway system, are located in Bandung, West Java.
In 2014, Indonesian Railways carried 300 million passengers and 30 million tonnes cargo a year. The total number of trackage laid in Indonesia was 7,583 kilometres (4,712 mi), although not all lines were in operation at the same time.
45, all of locomotives using a combination of letters and numbers.
A letter or a combination of letters is used to denote the wheel arrangement (currently there are C, D, BB and CC types), and a three-digit number is used to denote the class (2xx for classes with electric transmission and 3xx for classes with hydraulic or mechanical transmission), starting from 0.
The oldest diesel locomotive in the system dates from 1953.