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The capital city's Mass Rapid Transit or MRT Jakarta booked Rp75 billion operating profits in 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating high risks to the entire MRT project, which is currently entering phase 2 of construction.
Japanese Ambassador to Indonesia Masafumi Ishii on Wednesday visited the construction of the phase II MRT Jakarta project that started in June.
Jakarta Transportation Agency official said the number of private vehicle users in the city has reached to almost that of before the covid pandemic.
MRT Jakarta understands that MSMEs are most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Large-scale Social Restriction (PSBB) will regulate the restriction on the numbers of passengers for private vehicles and public transportation.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan said that physical distancing done by passengers in MRT cars and Transjakarta busses are going as instructed.
MRT Jakarta will limit the operational hours of Ratangga train starting on Monday, March 23.
MRT has returned train operation hours normally, while still enforcing social distancing to prevent coronavirus disease (COVID-19) transmission.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has lifted the restrictions placed on public transportation services.
PT MRT Jakarta monitored the density of passengers at four stations on the first day of public transport restrictions in wake of the novel coronavirus
DPRD criticized Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan's policy that limits the operations of MRT, Transjakarta buses, and LRT, amid COVID-19 crisis.
PT Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) postponed its anniversary celebration scheduled this March, related to the Coronavirus transmission.
MRT Jakarta (Perseroda) has started to checks take passengers' body temperature as a preemptive measure against the coronavirus outbreak.
MRT Jakarta president director William Sabandar said that TOD planning and ticket integration are works that the parent company cannot do alone.
Transjakarta is changing some routes as major roads are inundated, making it impossible for buses to operate as normal.
The construction on the first stage of phase II of the MRT is targeted for completion in 2024 due to the challenging track conditions.
PT MRT Jakarta will start work on the Phase II of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) railroad project.
South Tangerang City will be traversed by a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) route.
The Jakarta Greater Area Transportation Management Agency targets the construction of mass rapid transport (MRT) in South Tangerang to begin in 2022.