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Amid the government's ban on mudik, Jasa Marga recorded a total of 367,703 vehicles had left Jakarta from D-7 until D-3 of Eid al-Fitr or Lebaran.
Video-sharing app TikTok collaborated with the national COVID-19 mitigation task force launched a special program dubbed #MudikOnline.
The National Police ensured that people in Jakarta Greater Area or Jabodetabek are permitted to join the annual exodus or mudik within the area.
Jasa Marga predicts that the peak of 2020 homecoming (mudik) congestion will take place on May 21 despite the mudik ban amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The police apprehended another 95 illegal travel services, attempting to smuggle homecoming (mudik) travelers out of the Greater Jakarta area.
PT KAI was set to transport passengers on special or non-homecoming trips on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, until the end of the mudik ban on May 31.
On Saturday Jakarta Metro Police's Traffic Directorate cracked down 44 illegal travel vehicles smuggling people to join mass exodus or mudik.
Covid-19 mitigation task force head Doni Monardo clarified that the regulation on the prohibition of annual mass exodus or mudik is not revised.
The Transportation Ministry was finalizing a derivative regulation of the Ministerial Decree No. 25/2020 on the mass exodus or mudik ban.
Jakarta's Metro Jaya Police department reported that it has backtracked 5,809 vehicles in its mudik ban operation.
Merak Port in Banten is officially closed for passengers, private cars, and public transport, Deputy Chief of Banten Police Brig. Gen. Tomex confirmed
National Civil Service Agency (BKN) ordered state civil apparatuses (ASN) to report in daily amid the COVID-19 mudik ban.
Police Traffic Corps Head Istiono confirmed that there were people caught passing alternative routes to return to their hometowns amid mudik ban.
The Transportation Ministry's Land Transport DG Ahmad Yani said his side was preparing a stimulus for transport operators affected by the mudik ban.
Coordinating Minister for Politics, Legal and Security Mahfud MD asserted that the mudik ban applies nationally.
The Transportation Ministry issues a policy on the control of transportation during this year's mudik (exodus) season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a result of the enforcement of the mudik ban, the police force has intercepted a number of vehicles passing through the Jakarta-Cikampek toll road.
The government imposed the mudik ban as an attempt to break the chain of coronavirus (COVID-19) transmissions.
The mudik ban period will be made uniform for all modes of transportation, starting from April 24 until May 31.
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport executive general manager, Agus Haryadi, assures that the airport will no longer serve commercial flights.