JAKARTA–MICOM: Sedikitnya 13 bus bertuliskan Kopaja AC S-13 tampak terparkir di sebuah lapangan di Gang Haji Wahid, Warung Sila, Ciganjur, Jakarta Selatan. Pintu sebuah armada tampak terbuka dan seorang mekanik tampak sedang sibuk menggunakan peralatan membongkar pendingin udara di dalam bus. http://www.mediaindonesia.com/read/2011/09/11/258421/37/5/Kopaja-AC-masih-Diservis Dishub DKI: Kopaja AC Harusnya Konsisten Tetap Beroperasi http://www.detiknews.com/read/2011/09/11/124935/1719740/10/dishub-dki-kopaja-ac-harusnya-konsisten-tetap-beroperasi Kopaja AC Kemungkinan Baru […]
Traffic problems in Jakarta which getting complex demand for a more comprehensive handling, including in parking arrangement and management. Therefore, Jakarta Provincial Government revised the Bylaw No. 5/1999 about Parking and submitted it to the District Legislation Board (Balegda) of Jakarta Parliament (DPRD) for further studies. This parking bylaw draft consists of 21 chapters and 87 articles. In this bylaw, the city government will encourage more about off street parking implementation.
Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo said the parking setting and training in Jakarta are regulated through Bylaw No. 5/1999. However, as the city transportations are getting develop, the bylaw is felt no longer able to cope with growing parking problems nowadays. “Therefore, we revised the bylaw and adjusted its content with the development of city transportations to be able to parse congestion caused by on street parking,” he stated, Saturday (9/10).
A coalition of non-governmental organizations (NGO) has rejected the recently approved bylaw on spatial planning, calling the ordinance “unconstitutional”. The coalition, which includes the Rujak Center for Urban Studies research center, the Indonesian Environmental Forum (Walhi) and a community group who claimed to represent residents of Jl. Antasari in South Jakarta, said that the new […]
With 20 million vehicles on the streets each day, and with far less pavement than in big cities like New York, Singapore and Tokyo, traffic in Jakarta is terrible. Deden Rukmana, who teaches urban planning at Savannah State University, says the population of the world’s sixth largest metropolis has been growing so fast that the […]