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The Jakarta administration officially enforced the expansion of the odd-even license plate traffic policy on Monday following a trial run conducted since Aug. 12. The policy regulates that cars with license plates ending in odd numbers are only allowed to travel on certain roads on odd-numbered dates and even-numbered dates for even license plate numbers. (JP/Narabeto Korohama)