The Jakarta Post
Where is no way of escaping it. Day or night, weekdays or weekends, thousands of road users inch slowly to their destinations.
The capital of Southeast Asia’s largest country is among the cities with the world’s worst traffic and, ironically, it is getting worse as the city administration attempts to alleviate the problem.
Ongoing projects aim to expand road networks and public t...
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