Jakarta battles gridlock with new MRT – Asean+

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Jakarta: Jakarta commuter Irnawati can spend up to four hours daily in her car, but now she and millions of others may get some relief as the traffic-clogged South-East Asian city opens its first mass rapid-transit system.

Today, Jakarta will inaugurate the US$1.1bil (RM4.5bil) project seen as crucial to tackling some of the world’s worst congestion, which can turn commutes into hours-long endurance tests.



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