Walkers, cyclists are not second-class citizens
Alifa Rachmadia Putri
A few weeks ago, a video of a fight between motorcyclists and pedestrians in Jakarta went viral. The Koalisi Pejalan Kaki (Pedestrian Coalition) held a peaceful protest on one of the busiest streets in Jakarta to reclaim pedestrian space in the metropolitan.
It claimed that, every day, 18 pedestrians are killed in Indonesia — a really high number given that Indonesians walk the least num...
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