Together with the Governor of Central Java, the Mayor of Surakarta launched dozens of Trans Central Java bus fleets in the Solo-Sragen corridor on Thursday 3 September 2020. This Trans Jateng bus departs from Tirtonadi Solo Terminal and ends at Sumberlawang Sragen Terminal by passing through the ancient tourist area of Sangiran. On this route, there are 14 units of the Trans Jateng bus fleet that were launched to raise the tourism potential of Solo City and the ancient tourism of Sangiran Sragen. The Trans Jateng bus has a seating capacity of 40. However, during the Covid-19 pandemic the number of passengers was limited to 25 people. With a total fleet of 14 buses, each headway is planned for 15 minutes. Let’s get on the bus, don’t forget to wear a mask and adhere to health protocols.

1st October 2020

Trans Jateng Buses Started Operating From Solo

Together with the Governor of Central Java, the Mayor of Surakarta launched dozens of Trans Central Java bus fleets in the Solo-Sragen corridor on Thursday 3 […]