The Ministry of Transport (MoT) of Indonesia has announced plans to develop five additional routes for the South Sumatra Light Rail Transit (LRT) Feeder Transport project in Palembang city. The five new routes to be added are — Palembang–OPI Complex LRT Polresta station, RSUD–Sukawinatan LRT station, Hajj–Talang Betutu Dormitory LRT station, DJKA LRT station–Pasar Plaju terminal, and Cambodia–Bukit Siguntang station.

The new routes will complement the two existing corridors, namely Talang Kelapa–Talang Bad via the Hajj Dormitory station and the Hajj–Sematang Borang Dormitory station via Jalan Noerdin Pandji. Currently, there are a total of 58 LRT feeder units. The higher number of feeder units are expected to increase the ridership on Palembang LRT.

The South Sumatra LRT project is part of MoT’s National Movement Back to Public Transport (GNKAU) programme launched at the start of 2022.