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A Covid-19 patient from Depok, West Java, died on January 3, after 10 hospitals refused to treat the patient.
Online ojek app companies must use geofencing technology in order to avoid the drivers to cause crowds.
The DPR Commission VI legislator Andre Rosiade asked Gojek and Grab to reduce or even eliminate the 20 percent commission from their drivers.
The financial impact of the coronavirus protocol on the online taxi industry was highlighted by its drivers' association.
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.
Grab Indonesia CEO Ridzki Kramadibrata suggested the government exempt online-based transportation or online taxi from the odd-even policy in Jakarta.
The Indonesian Transportation Society (MTI) opined that the regulation as the legal basis to manage online transportation is extremely urgent.
Land Transport Director-General Ahmad Yani has responded to Grab's initiative to charge customers if they cancel an order.
The Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) chairman Tulus Abadi believes that discounts on online taxi should not be seen as a problematic issue.
Transportation Ministry was formulating a policy to ban fierce discounts of the online taxi in order to anticipate tariff war.
Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi is set to essentially ban the fierce discounts in the online taxi industry.
IDX economic researcher argues that the government should produce a rule to help control the promo war offered by online taxi companies.
Jakarta's transportation agency announced that it will impose tickets on online ojek drivers who cause traffic disruptions.
Online taxi drivers association joined in Garda announced that it will hold a national consolidation with ride-hailing service providers.
The Transportation Ministry said that the online taxi regulation's upper and lower tariff cap will be introduced in a separate Decree.
The Transportation Ministry is eyeing to implement regulation No.PM 118/2018 overseeing online taxi services in June this year.
The Research Institute of Economic Development (RISED) revealed its study result on online taxi or locally known online ojek.
Transportation Study Institute (Instran) said 72.3 percent online taxi drivers that were asked by the institute said their income has dropped.
Transportation Ministry evaluated the recommendation on the online taxi quota issued by regional administrations.
The Transportation Ministry plans to assign independent institutions to monitor the implementation of fare regulations for online taxis.