Bali highway plagued with unsolved gridlock
The Jakarta Post
The national southern Bali highway, spanning from Gilimanuk ferry port in the west and Padang Bai port in the east, is plagued with gridlock and disrepair, triggering complaints from truckers, who transport vital commodities from Java to Nusa Tenggara regions, and other road users.
Harso, a crew member on the regular bus that connects Denpasar to Yogyakarta, said recently that many trucks b...
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