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For students of the University of Indonesia (UI), commuting between buildings inside the 320-hectare campus might require effort. Besides walking, they can use private vehicles, or choose between a free shuttle bus and public bicycles provided by the campus to get around. Adding to the available options, students of UI’s School of Engineering now have an electronic scooter service called GrabWheels. (JP/Donny Fernando)
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