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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...
Milafel DacanayJan 17, 2017
The anti-narcotics agency head minced no words when he blamed pilots on drugs as one of the leading causes of aviation accidents involving Indonesian planes.
Heru NainggolanJan 16, 2017
Connecting people in a nation like Indonesia – which has an extremely diverse geography across thousands of islands – will always be a big challenge, especially with...
Nadya Joy Gozon AdorDec 28, 2016
Car-hailing giant Uber and taxi operator titan Express Transindo Utama announced on Monday, December 12, a pilot programme that integrates Uber technology with...
Kenneth YeungMar 11, 2014
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Transjakarta busway: a public transport system beset by financial scams. Even before the project commenced, funds allocated...
Donny SyofyanFeb 11, 2014
Starting October 10, 2013, the first phase of Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), a monorail-based transportation system, began works in Dukuh Atas, across Sudirman Station.