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Transjakarta Sells Basic Commodities During Ramadan at Bus Stops

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - City-owned bus operator PT Transportasi Jakarta has begun selling basic commodities such as rice, cooking oil, wheat flour, and sugar in 23 Transjakarta bus stops during the month of Ramadan.

"Since Friday, we have begun selling basic commodities in several Transjakarta bus stops," said PT. Transjakarta President Director Budi Kaliwono in Jakarta on Saturday, May 27.

According to him, basic commodities sold at those stops are among others price (sold at Rp45.000 per five liters), frying oil (sold at Rp11,000 per kilogram), wheat flour (sold at Rp8,500 per kilogram and sugar (sold at Rp12,500 per kilogram).

He added that the selling of the basic commodities begin from 4 pm until 7 pm and it can be extended depending on the people's demands.

The 23 Transjakarta stops that sell basic commodities are Stasiun Kota, Bendungan Hilir, Harmoni, Dukuh Atas 1, Sawah Besar, Juanda, Cempaka Timur, Manggarai, Pemuda Rawamangun, Sunan Giri, Pasar Pulogadung, Senen Sentral, Tegalan, Kramat Sentiong, Cawang UKI, Makro, BKN, Slipi Petamburan, Terminal Pinang Ranti, Grogol II, Slipi Kemanggisan heading to Pluit, Penjaringan and Pluit.


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