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Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan confirmed that since the early hours of today, flood waters in all areas of the capital city have completely subsided.
Jakarta has the potential to experience flooding and landslides in the next two days, reported the BMKG.
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.
Floods that hit Jakarta and its surrounding regions due to overflowing rivers and heavy rains submerged two electrical stations in East Jakarta.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said he received reports of Jakarta flood that 20 neighborhood units or RT were submerged today afternoon.
Jakarta DPRD deputy chairperson, Zita Anjani, asked the city administration to provide proper shelters for residents affected by the Jakarta floods.
The Jakarta BPBD warned of the Jakarta flood, calling on residents living along the banks of the Ciliwung River to stay vigilant.
Jakarta BPBD spokesman Insaf said his side was still preparing more locations of evacuation sites for flood victims ahead of the rainy season.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza called on residents in 82 subdistricts to be prepared for the possibility of flooding which will arrive sooner.
Jakarta flooding is nothing new.
State electricity company PLN has returned the operation of 1,096 substations to normal following the power outages due to Jakarta flooding yesterday.
The operational service of Jakarta transportation company Transjakarta has returned to normal since Tuesday night at 19:30.
PLN announced that the firm endured significant financial losses due to Jakarta flooding on Tuesday.
State train KAI said it will fully refund tickets of long-distance trains to passengers whose trips were affected by delays due to Jakarta flooding.
BNPB strongly believes groundwater over-extraction is the main cause of the widespread floods across the capital city of Jakarta.
Jakarta floods inundate several toll roads due to high-intensity rainfall since early morning, February 25.
Jakarta flood forces the traffic police and Jakarta transportation department to drop the odd-even policy at several roads.
The widespread Jakarta flood is said to be caused by high rain intensity and the high tide overwhelming the rivers in the capital city.
Ahok opined that the flooding in Jakarta during the new year's day was not attributable to the heavy downpour.