The Palembang LRT is Sumatra’s first and only light rail system, connecting Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport with downtown Palembang, Jakabaring Sport Complex and Ogan Permata Indah. The route runs mostly parallel to the heavily-utilised Jl. Kolonel H. Burlian and Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, with a deviation to Jl. Angkatan 45 to serve the Bumi Sriwijaya Stadium. The Palembang LRT opened on 1 August 2018, just in time for the 2018 Asian Games.
Developed and designed by Adriansyah Yasin and Fagra Hanif.
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For any trips beginning or ending at Bandara SMB II: Rp. 10,000 (Flat Fare)
For any trips not beginning or ending at Bandara SMB II: Rp. 5,000 (Flat Fare)
Bandara SMB II – Ogan Permata Indah (OPI) or any stations in between: Rp. 10,000 (Flat Fare)
Asrama Haji (PDK) – Ogan Permata Indah (OPI) or any stations in between: Rp. 5,000 (Flat Fare)
These subsidized fares are effective till further notice.
Payment can be made with cash or electronic money cards of Bank Mandiri’s e-money, Bank Sumsel Babel’s BSB Cash, Bank BRI’s Brizzi, Bank BCA’s Flazz or Bank BNI’s Tapcash. You may also use existing bank cards issued with your bank account, or such electronic money cards already purchased from other parts of Indonesia, or simply buy a new card over the counter.
Cost of electronic money card: Rp. 50,000 with Rp. 30,000 pre-loaded value.
Payment in cash only on board buses or at Palembang LRT station ticket counters.
LRT & Trans Musi: Rp. 7,000 (Flat Fare)
– valid for a single journey on any Trans Musi route and a single journey on the Palembang LRT.
LRT & DAMRI: Rp. 10,000 (Flat Fare)
– valid for a single journey on the DAMRI DJKA – Indralaya route only and a single journey on the Palembang LRT.
LRT, DAMRI & Trans Musi: Rp. 12,000 (Flat Fare)
– valid for a single journey on any Trans Musi route, a single journey on the DAMRI DJKA – Indralaya route only and a single journey on the Palembang LRT.
Approximately every 18 minutes.
Check for latest timetables here.
6.00am – 8.25pm
The Palembang LRT operates with eight sets of 3-car trains manufactured domestically by PT INKA in Madiun. Despite being a brand new line with its own right-of-way, the Palembang LRT runs on the usual Cape Gauge (1,067 mm or 3 ft 6 in) as per existing PT KAI lines (except Aceh) despite not being physically connected to the rest of the network.