Jakarta (ANTARA) - State-owned KAI Commuter Indonesia (KCI) has evacuated a commuter train that derailed in front of a mall in Jakarta on Saturday morning.

KCI's External Relations & Corporate Image Care, Leza Arlan, said on Saturday that the train was then taken for inspection at the nearest station.

Currently, officers are normalizing operations on the rail line, he added.

Following the evacuation, KCI implemented one-lane travel and imposed speed restrictions on the rail line.

"Currently, the relevant officers are still making improvements so that operations on the rail line return to normal," he noted.

Arlan stated that in order to reduce delays in train travel, commuter trips from Bekasi to Kampung Bandan via Pasar Senen will stop at Kemayoran Station, while those from Bekasi to Kampung Bandan via Manggarai will only end at Angke Station.

The commuter train derailed in front of WTC Mangga Dua at around 7 a.m. on Saturday. There were no victims in the incident.

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