Ardi WirdanaOct 09, 2017
The Jakarta administration says it will open a bike rental service near Jl. Sudirman and Jl. MH Thamrin for office workers in the city’s busiest business district....
Ardi WirdanaOct 04, 2017
Having enjoyed success in Indonesia, ride-hailing app GO-JEK has announced that it is looking to expand its business to four other Southeast Asian countries. While the...
Ardi WirdanaOct 02, 2017
The Jakarta-Surabaya high speed train will become a viable alternative to plane travel with the Indonesian and Japanese partnership agreeing to a travel time of...
Ardi WirdanaSep 15, 2017
The Jakarta administration says that it will build special parking designated for ojek areas (motorcycle taxi) at 17 train stations in the city in an effort to reduce...
Caranissa DjatmikoSep 14, 2017
Indonesia’s largest taxi brand recently launched the new Easy Ride feature as a means to maximize user experience. The latest addition was followed by Blue Bird’s...
Caranissa DjatmikoAug 04, 2017
The 2017 Taxi Price Index featured the world’s cheapest and priciest cities to take a taxi. Jakarta came out as the only city in Indonesia that made the count. ...
Oliviana HandayaniJul 06, 2017
Airport operator Angkasa Pura I and II are hoping the added routes will see record passengers in the first half of the year.
Oliviana HandayaniJun 12, 2017
Qatar Airways has been banned from flying through most of the Middle East’s airspace, leaving Garuda Indonesia to fill the gap.
Oliviana HandayaniJun 08, 2017
The service will accommodate passengers from Jabodetabek and Bandung who want to get to the airport fast.
Oliviana HandayaniMay 15, 2017
Following ever-increasing energy consumption in the transportation sector, the government has prepared programmes to reduce the harmful environmental impact.
Oliviana HandayaniMay 12, 2017
In addition to offering an alternative transportation hub for domestic and international tourists arriving in Bali, the harbour is expected enhance Indonesia’s trade...
Oliviana HandayaniApr 19, 2017
The government aims to change public transportation in Indonesia by switching vehicles from being gasoline powered to running on natural gas instead.
Oliviana HandayaniApr 12, 2017
The project is a route to and from Soekarno Hatta and Manggarai. PT Raillink claims it will be ready for public use in July of 2017.
Amina GhaziMar 14, 2017
Bali-based Amina Ghazi shares thoughts on one of the island’s sensitive taboos. The fossil fuel industry is taking hold of local culture and offering the paradise...