OK OTrip program to start trial in South Jakarta
The Jakarta Post
The Jakarta Transportation Agency disseminated information on the One Card One Trip (OK OTrip) program, which implements a single payment system for three modes of transportation; Transjakarta, Metro Mini buses and angkot (public minivan), to Cilandak residents in South Jakarta on Wednesday.
In the event, the agency’s road and train transportation head, Fajar Nugrahaini, said 16 public transportation vehicles would be involved in the trial operation for the next three months as reported by kompas.com.
The routes covered by the program, among others, include Lebak Bulus Raya - Pertanian Raya - Karang Tengah Raya - Karang Tengah 1 - H. Ipin - RS Fatmawati - Pinang Raya - Margasatwa.
Several stop points include the following bus stops: Jl. Lebak Bulus Raya (in front of the PTIQ Institute Jakarta), Jl. Pertanian (in front of Azhari Islamic school), Jl Karang Tengah 1 (in front of Purba Andika School), Jl. H. Ipin (In front of SMP Darussalam junior high school) and Jl. Margasatwa (in front of SMP 85 state junior high school).
According to Fajar, one trip using the OK OTrip card costs Rp 5,000 (37 US cents) and passengers can change transportation modes from small, to medium or large buses in the span of three hours. The OK OTrip trial period will run from Jan.15 to Apr.15.
The OK OTrip card is available for purchase at the following Transjakarta bus stops: Grogol 1 and 2, Enggano, Lebak Bulus, Penas Kalimalang, Harmoni, Kalideres, Kampung Melayu, Tanjung Priok, Matraman 1 and 2 and Dukuh Atas 2. (asw)
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