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Jakarta Metro Police dropped the odd-even policy starting today afternoon until January 1, 2020, for new year's eve celebration.
Jakarta Metro Police have scrapped the odd-even policy during the celebration of Christmas and New Year 2020.
Jakarta Environment Agency recorded a lower rate of air pollution up to 16 percent after one-month implementation of the expanded odd-even policy.
City bus operator Transjakarta planned to open new service routes to attract Jakartans to take public transportation.
The number of Transjakarta passengers has recorded an increase during the first-day implementation of the expanded odd-even policy.
A total of 231 mobility cars or special vehicles for disabled people are exempt from the odd-even policy, said Transportation Agency head Syafrin.
City Transportation Agency Head Syafrin Liputo said that his side could not issue a sign for the online taxi to be exempted from the odd-even policy.
Jakarta's odd-even policy overseeing vehicle number plates is said to help improve the city's air quality.
Grab Indonesia CEO Ridzki Kramadibrata suggested the government exempt online-based transportation or online taxi from the odd-even policy in Jakarta.
Transport observer Djoko Setijowarno opined motorcycle restriction was far more effective than the expansion of the odd-even policy to curb pollution.
The trial run of the extended odd-even policy has been started from August 7 until September 8.
Jakarta DPRD councilors expressed doubt over the effectiveness of the extended odd-even policy that aims to curb congestion and pollution.
Jakarta Transportation Agency said it has completed a study on the extended odd-even policy and is set to make the announcement on Wednesday, August 7
Previously, Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan issued an instruction to control the city's air quality, such as the implementation of the odd-even policy
Online ojek drivers community head Igun Wicaksono demanded Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan revoke the odd-even policy for motorcycles.
The odd-even policy is among the programs of the Jakarta Gubernatorial Instruction concerning air pollution control.
Jakarta Transportation Agency head Syafrin Liputo said he is still waiting for the study results by BPTJ regarding the extended odd-even policy.
Previously, BPTJ suggested Jakarta administration re-apply the extended odd-even policy implemented during the 2018 Asian Games.
Greater Jakarta Transportation Agency (BPTJ) head Bambang Prihartono recommended the city to apply the extended odd-even policy.
Transportation Ministry will apply odd-even license plate and one-way traffic policy during this year's Eid homecoming season along Trans Java Toll.