As there was an impending Railink departure, I hurried to the ticket counter to purchase my ticket into the city to prevent a 30 minute wait for the next train. Despite the Railink running more frequently now at a regular 30 minute frequency, it’s still annoying when you miss one and have to wait for the full headway for the next train.
Heading to the manned ticket counter in the middle of the hall to purchase my ticket with my foreign credit card.
Here on, I didn’t take photos of the boarding process as I was rushing to board the departing train.
Made it on board. Fantastic.
I picked myself the bay of 4 seats as usual, for easy turnaround at Duri.
No feet on seats.
The legroom on the bay of 4 seats.
The view of the train from my seat.
Luggage racks are available by the doors.
The view of the seating area on board.
My ticket for this Railink ride from SHIA to BNI City (Sudirman Baru).
Skirting around the airport perimeters.
Heading on to Batu Ceper.
Making a brief stop at Batu Ceper.
Merging onto the main Tangerang Line.
The airline information as screened on board.
The new Jabodetabek train map by the TfJ – Transport for Jakarta.
The overall view of the male urinal toilet. Taking pictures of tight interiors is a breeze with the GoPro.
The overall view of the sitting toilet.
Continuing on the Tangerang Line.
Entering Duri station.
Entering the Railink platforms at Duri.
Making a brief stop at Duri, and to change the direction of travel.
Heading onto the Loop Line.
Arrived at BNI City (Sudirman Baru).
Heading to the rear end of the platform to exit.
The Railink train at Sudirman Baru (BNI City).
Heading up the travellator to the concourse.
Scanning my ticket at the ticket gates to exit.
Heading down from the concourse.
Connecting TransJakarta non-BRT buses are found here.
Continuing down the walkway to my hotel.
Overall, another pleasant trip on board the Railink. As seen from most of the pictures, the GoPro does not actually perform well for train shots, especially of scenery out of the window. Perhaps I’ll stick to regular cameras for trains.