Transjakarta-KWK integration, baby step for OK Otrip program
The Jakarta Post
Like other Jakarta residents, Herda Prabadipta relies on public transportation for her daily commute, using Transjakarta buses and public minibuses to travel between her home, office and campus during weekdays.
The 25-year-old was happy when she learned that several Transjakarta routes had been integrated with minibus routes managed by the cooperative Koperasi Wahana Kalpika (KWK), as one ...
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