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Tuesday, 07 August, 2018 | 18:50 WIB
Odd-Even Policy Increases Transjakarta Passengers by 30,000

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Jakarta transportation company Transjakarta chief Budi Kaliwono said since the implementation of odd-even policy for six days, the number of Transjakarta bus passengers has increased significantly.

“The number of Transjakarta passengers on Monday, August 6, reached 616,744 people. By the implementation, it increased by almost 34,000 passengers compared to Monday last week,” Budi said in a press release, Tuesday, August 7.

Read: Transjakarta to Provide 101 Buses for Asian Games

 

The Transjakarta CEO said that the increase was a contribution from the corridor, non-corridor bus and small bus services that are part of the One Karcis (Ticket) One Trip (OK-OTrip) program.

Until Monday, OK-OTrip passengers have reached more than 40,000 with 14 routes. “Currently, the number of OK-OTrip transports has reached 354 units. Meanwhile, the total of operating bus is around 1,700 units,” Budi said.

Budi expressed his gratitude for the trust of the community for the achievement.

“The Transjakarta management continues to improve the performance of all lines in serving all customers so that this mode of public transportation is a mainstay for the community,” he said.

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