City starts inspecting buildings for earthquake readiness
The Jakarta Post
The Jakarta administration is inspecting high-rise buildings, starting on Jl. Sudirman and Jl. MH Thamrin to prepare the city for a mega earthquake.
The Jakarta Spatial Planning Agency, which oversees buildings in the capital, was focusing on buildings taller than eight floors, said agency head Benny Agus Chandra.
The city has over 800 high-rise buildings, city data shows.
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