All well for pedestrians in Tanah Abang, not for motorists
The Jakarta Post
Despite the controversy surrounding the closure of Jl. Jatibaru in Tanah Abang to accommodate street vendors, all seems well.
Stepping down from the stairways of Tanah Abang station, pedestrians are greeted with a row of idling Tanah Abang Explorer buses waiting for passengers to board.
The buses have returned with reduced hours after a compromise with angkot (public minivan) drivers...
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