• Nna/kyodo


A cargo of 12 Japanese-made train cars has arrived in Jakarta as the first batch of rolling stock for a government-run mass rapid railway project partly financed by the Japanese government.

The carriages — constituting two Mass Rapid Transit Jakarta trains, manufactured by Nippon Sharyo Ltd. — arrived at the port of Tanjung Priok in the Indonesian capital on April 4 after departing from Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture, on March 7.

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