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Jakarta Provincial Government has missed its promise to complete the construction of permanent bike lanes in Sudirman-Thamrin by March's end.
The National Transportation Safety Committee (NTSC) highlights the safety concerns regarding electric buses that will roam Jakarta streets this year.
Jakarta-owned bus operator PT Transjakarta targeted to operate 20-30 electric buses by June 2021 which coincides with the city's 494th anniversary.
Jakarta-owned bus operator Transjakarta has reopened its Ragunan - Blok M line via Kemang Raya or Line 6N.
Transjakarta is set to renovate 11 bus stops in five main corridors in the capital city starting this month in February and will last until March.
Transjakarta fleets will only operate from 05:00 AM to 08:00 PM Western Indonesia Time (WIB) on December 31, 2020.
The Jakarta administration prohibited private vehicles from entering Kota Tua (Old Town) as the city carried out a trial of the low-emission zone.
Transjakarta adjusted the operating hours of its bus service beginning today, Dec. 18 until Jan. 8, 2021, following Governor Anies Baswedan's appeal.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan says the Senen Intersection that used to be known as a slum and prone to criminal acts has been neatly revitalized.
City-owned bus operator PT Transportasi Jakarta or Transjakarta has opened three new routes that will operate starting today, November 10, 2020.
Transjakarta director Prasetia reported three bus lines rerouted in an anticipatory measure of two rallies in Horse Statue and French Embassy today.
Transjakarta President Director planned to revamp bus stops that were damaged and burned by rioters during the anti-omnibus law on Thursday, Oct. 8.
Transjakarta President Director Jhony claimed he witnessed the arson of bus stops during the students' rally on Thursday, Oct 8.
Massive demonstration rejecting the Omnibus Law had damaged 11 TransJakarta bus stops which are estimated to amount up to IDR 25 billion.
TransJakarta has partnered with LinkAja to further accommodate digital payments for the bus services amidst the pandemic.
Central Jakarta District Prosecutor's Office arrested a former Transjakarta CEO Donny Andy Sarmedi Saragih on Friday evening, September 4.
Jakarta's bus network operator PT Transjakarta launched a new service to replace public minivans or angkot feeder Mikrotrans.
City-owned bus operator PT Transjakarta has provided 100 buses to serve its four new non-bus rapit transit (BRT) routes.
Anies Baswedan wanted the tariff and payment system for online-based transportation including online ojek and taxi to be integrated under Jak Lingko.
Transjakarta is again testing its electric bus fleet to serve commercial routes for the next three months. Free fares during the test phase.