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Jakarta Bina Marga Agency plans to revamp sidewalks on 10 city roads by adopting a complete street concept.
The number of foreign tourists visiting Jakarta dived 94.3 percent to 1,244 in January, 2021 from 21,858 in December, 2020
Coalition of Pedestrian head Alfred Sitorus says street vendors and illegal parking has occupied 90 percent of the capital's sidewalks.
Deputy Governor Riza Patria says the capital city administration has injected 214,523 doses Covid-19 Vaccine.
Head of Jakarta Bina Marga Agency Hari Nugroho said nearly 6,900 roads in five Jakarta areas were damaged due to heavy rain leading to floods.
The Jakarta Provincial Government planned to build artwork related to bicycles in front of the Indofood Tower Building in Central Jakarta.
The train tracks between Kedunggedeh Station and Lemahabang Station in Bekasi are still ceased from operating after being submerged in floods
The BMKG forecasts a potential for rain accompanied by lightning and strong winds in parts of Jakarta today.
Two children died after drowning in a lake situated in children-friendly integrated public space area, in West Jakarta's North Kembangan during flood.
Flood waters still inundated six road sections in South Jakarta ranging from 10 to 100 centimeters high on Sunday morning.
Floods triggered by incessant heavy rain in Jakarta on Saturday claimed five lives comprising one elderly man and four children.
Rains in and around Jakarta early on Saturday flooded 193 community units (RT) in the capital and forced 1,380 residents to flee their homes
LAPAN forecasts the potential for extreme rain in Jakarta greater area (Jabodetabek) until Sunday, January 21.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan visits the Manggarai sluice in Central Jakarta as the floods hit the city.
Flood hit the Indonesian capital city of Jakarta today, Feb. 20, due to heavy downpours since last night.
The Jakarta floods today submerged 57 neighborhood units or RT, said Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria.
Jakarta administration has received 70,000 Covid-19 vaccines for the elderly and market traders.
The Metro Jaya Police on Friday diverted the traffics in a number of public streets in Jakarta due to floods.
LAPAN says that Jakarta will see heavy rains between today and tomorrow, February 18 and 19..
Jakarta Administration has prepared a set of strategies to help the city's economic recovery post-Covid-19 pandemic.