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Jakarta Provincial Government planned to build 21 pedestrian bridges (JPO) by 2021, confirmed the city's Bina Marga Agency Head Hari Nugroho.
The management of Mass Rapid Transit or MRT Jakarta was preparing a policy that will allow non-folding bicycles to be taken on the train.
Police comment on a viral video showing a group of cyclists traveling over a main road in Jakarta.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said the city government and the community need to cooperate to create order in the permanent bike lane.
'Bike to Work' community applauded the government's efforts in constructing green transportation facilities for the past three years.
Metro Jaya Police said that most of the ten "bicycle robbers" police arrested in the past month are underaged and unemployed.
The Metro Jaya Police reveal some reasons behind the rampant robberies targeting cyclists in the capital.
Jakarta Transport Agency deployed personnel to guard bicycle lanes to prevent street robberies or locally known 'begal' targeting cyclists.
Jakarta Transportation Agency recorded 11.65 percent increase in the number of vehicles after the city once again imposed the transitional PSBB.
The Transportation Ministry handed over 50 bicycle parking facilities to government agencies, schools, houses of worship, and public places.
Transportation Ministry urged local governments to prepare derivative rules on cycling activities, including sanctions for cyclists violating the rule
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 government has released the Transportation Ministerial Regulation No. 59/2020 concerning the safety of cyclists.
The transportation ministry will subject cyclists to a number of safety requirements for both the bicycle and rider.
Jasa Marga together with police are currently investigating the group of cyclists that entered the KM 46+500 Jagorawi toll road section.
Jakarta Deputy Governor announced that the city plans to add new bicycle lanes to keep up with the growing interest towards cycling.
The Ministry of Transportation of Indonesia will soon pass a regulation to protect cyclists.
The Transportation Ministry is preparing cycling rules and restrictions for users or cyclists on highways.
The Indonesian transportation agency announced that the bicycle regulation is expected to be finalized by the end of this month.