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Jakarta provincial administration instructed the city's lender Bank DKI to provide credit relaxation for businesses affected by flood.
The National Monument (Monas) area was hit by flood on Friday afternoon, January 24.
Several Transjakarta bus routes are put out of service, while a number of other routes are shortened or redirected due to flooding in several areas.
Heavy rainfall pouring Jakarta since today early morning, January 24, has caused floods in at least 17 areas of the capital city, BPBD reported.
BMKG specifically called on five provinces to prepare for floods on the weekend.
BMKG forecasted that rain will continue showering all Jakarta areas ahead of Chinese New Year or Imlek.
Jakarta Transportation Agency is applying traffic engineering following the construction project of Senen underpass in Central Jakarta.
The Jakarta government is working with a number of organizations to hold events for celebrating the Lunar New Year's in public spaces.
The ongoing Monas revitalization project has yet been approved by the State Secretariat.
Jakarta Traffic Police announced it will begin testing the electronic or e-ticketing system (E-TLE) for motorcycles starting February 1.
West Jakarta Immigration Office will deport 13 foreign nationals from Africa due to violation of residence permit.
About 190 trees were cut down in the National Monument's (Monas) southern area due to the revitalization program.
The BMKG predicted that heavy rain and possible thunderstorms will hit Jakarta and its surroundings until Thursday, January 23.
Jakarta BPBD planned to install six sets of the flood warning system with a budget of Rp4,073 billion in six flood-prone districts.
Flood controls in the capital city fall under long-term policies. Governor Anies Baswedan has become fixated on rhetoric.
Several spots in Jakarta are inundated by water following heavy rain that falls since early Saturday, January 18, 2020.
Jakarta residents recently launched a class action lawsuit against the Jakarta government for the massive flood that occurred on new year's eve.
Jakarta Smart City (JSC) said that they are creating the new app in response to the flood issue in Jakarta.
The flooding that hit Jakarta early this year has damaged several roads in the city.
As many as 190 trees at the National Monument (Monas) area were cut down as part of the revitalization program.