The Garut station was a railway station built on August 14, 1889, at the same time as Cicalengka Station. The Garut Station was rebuilt in 1947 and closed in 1983 until 2019 and now Garut Railway Station is now under renovation and with it completed by mid-2021. Because it was the municipal center of the Garut district that was quite far from the main station, it was made cross branch. So it created a railway station from Cibatu to Garut Railway station. The Cibatu-Garut railway used to be a railway built by the Netherlands for transporting farm produce such as coffee beans, chili, potatoes, etc. Besides being used as a freight, the railway was also used to carry vacationers in the Garut region.