The Indonesian Railways Co.(Indonesian: PT Kereta Api Indonesia [Persero]) is the major operator of public railways in Indonesia. It is completely owned by the government and pays track access charges to the government. One of its subsidiaries, PT KAI Commuter Jabodetabek (KCJ), is operating electrified commuter service in Jakarta metropolitan area from 14 August 2008. 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 prediction is it will be doubled in 5 years. The total number of trackage laid in Indonesia was 7,583 kilometres (4,712 mi).
As of 2015, Indonesian Railways operates:
- 409 locomotive units;
- 572 electric multiple units;
- 108 diesel multiple units;
- 1,507 passenger coaches; and
- 6,499 freight cars