Five years on, same problems punctures Transjakarta
The Jakarta Post
Transjakarta celebrates its fifth birthday Thursday, while passengers remain frustrated with the lack of comfort on board the buses and the problem of interconnectivity.
A busway passenger, Ivan S, who works as an accountant at a public auditing company in Semanggi, Central Jakarta, bemoaned overcrowded buses and shelters, and complained about reckless busway drivers.
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