Royal squares up to Mall with five-shop project

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Blitz planned for Heart of Slough

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Cleveland’s office cheer

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Unsure of Shell

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The Lowry

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Time for action

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Achievement unlocked: Transjakarta breaks record for serving one million customers in a day

first_img“This service [Jak Lingko] is very helpful as a first-and last-mile public transportation provider. As many as 257,981 customers are using its service to date,” Nadia said.She added that Transjakarta and the city administration hoped to maintain their consistency in providing integrated transportation across Jakarta.“Thank you for being with us in advancing transportation in Jakarta.”Read also: Capital recognized for improving transportation The city-owned bus operator is focusing on developing an independent transportation program. It has begun to implement way-finding systems and Tap On Bus payment devices in its non-bus rapid transit (non-BRT) fleet.Transjakarta operates two kinds of buses: the BRT fleet, which runs in a dedicated corridor and the non-BRT fleet, which runs outside the special corridor.The company has prepared a long-term corporate plan focusing on four main targets to be achieved in the next five to 10 years. The targets are increasing ridership, fleet services, infrastructure and non-ticket revenue.Transjakarta is set to procure 4,334 new buses: 967 BRT, 1,167 non-BRT and 2,200 angkot. After that, the service is expected to cover more areas with 285 routes.Jakarta won an honorable mention award from the Sustainable Award Committee (STA) in January for its efforts to sustainably develop transportation in the city. The award was given for Transjakarta’s increasing number of passengers, up 200 percent in less than 3 years.Topics : City-owned bus operator PT Transjakarta made Jakarta public transportation history on Tuesday for achieving its goal of serving one million customers in a day.“Transjakarta served 1,006,579 customers on Tuesday, up from [an average of] 987,583 customers [per day] from the previous week,” Transjakarta spokeswoman Nadia Diposanjoyo said in a statement issued on Wednesday.She said Transjakarta appreciated the support from and collaboration with the Jakarta administration, particularly its transportation agency. She added that the record was achieved thanks to the Jak Lingko angkot (public minivan) service launched by the city, which was integrated with Transjakarta services.last_img read more

PREMIUMRampant violations despite e-ticketing as motorcyclists get notification days later

first_imgLinkedin Google Forgot Password ? Log in with your social account New technology aimed at curbing traffic offenses is having but a limited impact on roads of the capital. The Jakarta Police have revealed that motorcyclists still often violate traffic rules despite an electronic ticketing (e-ticketing) system in place since Feb. 1.Traffic police law enforcement head Sr. Adj. Comr. Fahri Siregar said 502 traffic violations had been registered from Feb. 1 to Feb. 3. That number was divided into three types of wrongdoing: riding on busway lanes, disregarding traffic signs and not wearing helmets.“Even though we implemented the e-ticketing system at the start of this month, there are motorcyclists who still violate traffic rules,” Fahri told The Jakarta Post at the Jakarta Police headquarters on Tuesday.Fahri explained that those violations had been caught by 45 surveillance cameras installed on three major roads, namely Jl. MH Thamr… e-ticketing motorcycle-taxi ojek-driver Jakarta-police Facebook LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Topics :last_img read more

Thailand reports 3 new virus cases, urges disclosure of travel history

first_img“We have to criticize this case … it creates a lot of trouble for us,” Anutin said.The patient came to the hospital on Feb. 23, but did not disclose his travel history until the next day, B Care Medical Center said in a statement.The patient came into contact with 30 medical personnel at the hospital, who later tested negative for the virus and are in self-quarantine at home, the statement said.Passengers, cabin crew and students in the boy’s class were all being tested, officials said. Thailand reported three new cases of a coronavirus on Wednesday, taking total infections to 40, health ministry officials said, criticizing patients for not disclosing their travel history.Two of the new patients, all of whom were Thai nationals, had returned from vacation in Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido and came into contact with the third patient, an 8-year old boy, said Sukhum Kanchanapimai, permanent secretary at the ministry.The male patient had not disclosed his travel history when he first sought medical attention and risked becoming a super-spreader, an incident of large transmission from a single source, health minister Anutin Charnvirakul said. Public Health Ministry officials will be prohibited from traveling to risky countries. If travel is required, personnel are required to self-quarantine for 14 days, Sukhum said.At-risk countries include China, Macau, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Italy, Iran and Japan.”For the airlines, please reduce promotions,” Anutin said.”Even though tickets are cheap, it could be your last holiday.”Topics :last_img read more

Trump: US troop withdrawal in Afghanistan begins ‘today’

first_imgPresident Donald Trump said Saturday that the first withdrawals of US troops from Afghanistan are starting “immediately,” following the successful signing of a deal with the Taliban.Asked when the drawdown would begin under the accord, Trump told journalists: “Like today, OK? Today. They’ll start immediately.”The deal signed Saturday in Doha will see US troops and the smaller numbers of foreign allies pulling out of Afghanistan within 14 months, as long as the Taliban stick to commitments to negotiate with the Western-backed government in Kabul and repel international jihadist groups.The US, which currently has between 12,000 and 13,000 troops in Afghanistan, will draw that number down to 8,600 within 135 days of the signing.Topics :last_img read more