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The Depok Metro Police are finalizing a plan to enforce odd-even policy on Margonda Raya in early October 2021.
The odd-even policy at tourism sites in Jakarta has been taking place since Friday, September 17.
Bogor Resort Police planned to disperse vehicles heading to Puncak Bogor into three routes in a bid to prevent congestion.
Jakarta Metro Polic to deploy a total of 580 personnel to tighten the Crowd Free Night rule in the capital city.
Jakarta Metro Police Traffic Directorate mulled allowing cyclists to pass routes applying the odd-even policy on Jalan Sudirman-Thamrin starting today
The Bogor Police are set to apply the odd-even policy for motorized vehicles heading to Puncak, Bogor regency, West Java.
The Jakarta Transportation Agency announced the odd-even policy now only takes effect on three roads of the capital city.
Epidemiologist Pandu Riono said the implementation of the odd-even policy for four-wheeled vehicles in Jakarta has no relevance to the PPKM Level 4.
Traffic congestion in the capital city of Jakarta has visibly increased amidst the Covid-19 pandemic due the removal of the odd-even policy.
Jakarta Metro Police suggested the provincial government gradually reimpose the odd-even policy during the enforcement of Micro PPKM.
Jakarta Metro Police Traffic Director Sr. Comr. Sambodo said the odd-even policy should be implemented if public transport capacity is increased.
Jakarta Deputy Governor Ahmad Riza Patria said the city has not yet planned to reimpose the odd-even policy despite recent traffic jams.
Bogor Mayor Bima Arya was determined to continue enforcing the odd-even policy on weekends as it was considered effective in limiting mobility.
The Bogor City Government is set to impose the odd-even policy on all vehicles as an effort to curb COVID-19 cases.
PDIP politician Gembong Warsono, warned Governor Anies Baswedan of complacency as the capital city won the 2021 Sustainable Transport Award (STA).
An epidemiologist argued that the odd-even traffic policy enforcement as a part of the emergency brake amid the COVID-19 pandemic was inappropriate.
The Jakarta Ombudsman reminded the city administration to not hastily enforce the odd-even traffic policy during the transitional PSBB.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan confirmed that the odd-even policy will be enacted if the number of residents leaving the houses is out of control.
Jakarta Metro Police plans to re-impose an odd-even policy on the city's roads after the provincial administration ends the social restriction (PSBB).
Jakarta flood forces the traffic police and Jakarta transportation department to drop the odd-even policy at several roads.