Solving gridlock in Jakarta
PREMIUM Many policies have been proposed by the central government and the Jakarta city administration to disentangle Jakarta’s chronic traffic snarls.Vice President Boediono, after a meeting with several ministers and Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo early in September, proposed 17 policies to alleviate Jakarta’s maddening traffic gridlock, including electronic road pricing (ERP), two new Transjakarta bus...
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