Provide shelters or fix app, city tells ride-hailing firms
The Jakarta Post
The Jakarta administration has called on ride-hailing firms to tweak their systems to enable them to bar their ojek (motorcycle taxi) drivers from receiving or waiting for orders on heavily congested streets.
The move aims to disperse drivers, who wait for passengers at ngetem (busy locations), especially near train stations.
The Jakarta Transportation Agency proposed the idea to co...
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