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PT MRT Jakarta president director William Sabandar (right) accompanies Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan (second left, front) on a visit to the ASEAN MRT Station in Jakarta on Jan. 22, 2020. Also pictured are (from left) PT Transportasi Jakarta (Transjakarta) president director Agung Wicaksono and Jakarta Transportation Agency head Syafrin Liputo.
PT MRT Jakarta president director William Sabandar (right) accompanies Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan (second left, front) on a visit to the ASEAN MRT Station in Jakarta on Jan. 22, 2020. Also pictured are (from left) PT Transportasi Jakarta (Transjakarta) president director Agung Wicaksono and Jakarta Transportation Agency head Syafrin Liputo.`
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MRT Jakarta links arms with start-ups for greener commuting

Continuing the capital city's green drive, MRT Jakarta has launched several new services in collaboration with eco-friendly start-ups to encourage greener and more sustainable commuting.

1 month ago
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Poor river restoration blamed for Jakarta’s floods

The Jakarta administration is in hot water after major floods once again hit the capital city, with critics blaming its poor river restoration projects.

2 months ago
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Five killed in Jakarta severe floods

The city was struck by torrential rains over the weekend, which flooded dozens of major roads and forced hundreds of people to rush to emergency shelters.

2 months ago

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Anies balks at imposing partial lockdown despite resurgence in cases

Doubts linger over whether another transitional period will suffice, given the mixed signals of the city’s COVID-19 metrics.

4 months ago
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Jakarta sets up measures to prevent public New Year's Eve celebrations

The Jakarta administration has put in place measures to prevent New Year's Eve celebrations in the capital city in a bid to curb COVID-19 transmission during the year-end holiday.

4 months ago
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Grave crisis in Jakarta as COVID-19 cemeteries run out of space

The Jakarta administration has allowed bodies of COVID-19 patients to be buried outside of dedicated graveyards.

4 months ago
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Jakarta Health Agency to add more COVID-19 referral hospitals

As of now, there are 98 COVID-19 referral hospitals in Jakarta, 90 of which were appointed by the governor through a gubernatorial decree, eight of which were selected by the Health Ministry.

4 months ago
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PAM Jaya aims to reach 100 percent tap water coverage in Jakarta by 2030

Jakarta-owned tap water company PAM Jaya is working to expand the city's tap water coverage from 65 percent to 100 percent and help Indonesia's capital to become water self-sufficient by 2030.

4 months ago