Plans to curb number of vehicles ‘still at initial discussions’: Police
The Jakarta Post
As Jakarta is facing the real threat of traffic gridlock within the next two years, city authorities have still not come up with a solution to curb the increasing number of private vehicles.
Plans mooted over the years to deal with the problem have included increasing parking fees, applying an electronic road pricing (ERP) system, as well as restricting car owners to drive their vehicles on...
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