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Saturday, 10 February, 2018 | 12:48 WIB
2018 Asian Games: Traffic Poses Serious Problems

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Indonesian Asian Games Organizing Committee (INASGOC) still highlighted the issue of the travel time in the test event of 2018 Asian Games. The 30-minute time targeted to reach the venue from athlete dorm in Kemayoran still cannot be realized.

This issue was especially brought up by Timor Leste basketball team that competed against Indonesia in Basket Hall of Gelora Bung Karno, Senayan, Central Jakarta on February 8. They recounted that despite using toll road and guarded by voorijder (authority), it took almost an hour to reach the venue. 

Read:  2018 Asian Game: Jakarta Traffic Jam Becomes Concern

"Based on our trial, it took around 40 minutes. Using toll road can shorten it to 27 minutes. However, yesterday a number of incidents halted the journey including rain and traffic to more than an hour," INASGOC chief Erick Thohir said in Senayan on Friday, Feb. 9. 

Erick demanded in 2018 Asian Games, this problem should be resolved. He insisted on proposing school holidays as a solution in addition to arranging schedules of office workers.

INASGOC actually plans to use Asian Games line for athletes and officials by using busway lane. However, this measure cannot be tried during the test event of 2018 Asian Games.  



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