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The Jakarta administration's construction of a 'bicycle monument' in the city's downtown area of Sudirman, Central Jakarta, is met with criticism.
Jakarta Provincial Government has missed its promise to complete the construction of permanent bike lanes in Sudirman-Thamrin by March's end.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said the city government and the community need to cooperate to create order in the permanent bike lane.
The Jakarta Provincial Government planned to build artwork related to bicycles in front of the Indofood Tower Building in Central Jakarta.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan says the Senen Intersection that used to be known as a slum and prone to criminal acts has been neatly revitalized.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan predicted that the plan to construct 500-kilometer bike lanes across the capital would be delayed.
The Indonesian government is in talks about building a dedicated bike lane to accommodate the increasing number of cyclists.
The recent popularity of people taking up cycling will only create a positive impact on society's long term sustainability.
The Head of the Jakarta Transportation Agency said the temporary bike lane in the Capital will be made permanent before year's end.
Governor Anies Baswedan's pitch to utilize parts of toll road sections as bike lanes have been criticized.
Jakarta DPRD Commission B chairman Abdul Aziz asks the city's Transportation Agency to find alternative areas other than toll roads for bike lanes.
BPJT Head Danang Parikesit said that his side was mulling over the request of Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan for a bike lane on inner-city toll road.
Jakarta Deputy Governor announced that the city plans to add new bicycle lanes to keep up with the growing interest towards cycling.
Bike to Work (B2W) community manager, Toto Sugito, responded positively to the Ministry of Transportation's plan to regulate bicyclists.
The Jakarta administration closed the car free day event or CFD on Jalan Jenderal Sudirman-Thamrin starting June 28.
Jakarta Traffic Police announced that it will start handing Rp100,000 ticket fines to cyclists that travel outside intended bike lanes.
Metro Jaya Police said that police have reasons to ticket cyclists that travel outside of intended bike lanes.
Metro Jaya Police traffic unit announced on Thursday that it will start ticketing cyclists that travel outside intended bike lanes.