Tanah Abang station's bridge opens
The Jakarta Post
Commuter line passengers can now use the pedestrian bridge at Tanah Abang station after several months of inconvenience caused by the construction of the bridge.
The bridge, which extends 60 meters on the north of the station, opened on Friday to accommodate passengers wanting to change platforms.
The 6-meter wide bridge is equipped with three sets of stairs and six escalators.
With the bridge completion, passengers are no longer allowed to change platforms by walking across the railway tracks.
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