Month: November 2017

Network Mindset and Traffic Jam

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia – Not infrequently we find Jakarta toll roads are jammed at certain hours, while traffic flow in other segments relatively smoothly. Conversely, in certain times also, the road that was originally jammed was in a state of quiet or quiet. This condition also applies in non-toll roads. At other moments, the streets are jammed at a certain time it will unravel when there are officers who keep and regulate the flow at the points of the knot. In this case, I certainly do not mean to say that the problem of congestion can be solved only...

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Horror Story Online Ojek, Shipping Address Turns Graves

Liputan6.com, Denpasar – In various parts of the world, ghosts are the most popular creatures told. Parents, teenagers and children are so fond of hearing ghost stories. Whether in developing countries and developed countries, ghosts are still believed in various forms. Although frightening, but the story of the ghost always attract our curiosity. Whether or not related, but over the times, there is also a ghost story that is actively involved in high-tech activities. One is the ghost story of ordering food through an online ojek based smartphone application technology. Whether the ghosts are adapting to the technological advancements...

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Dishub Requires Online Transportation to Access Application to the Government

Surabaya: The Department of Transportation (Dishub) of East Java requires all online anger applications to give access to the government. It aims to make government easy to control online transport. “So we can see, can control the companies or vehicles that operate with the application, have granted permission from the nexus or not,” said Head of East Java Transportation Agency LLAJ Wahid Wahyudi confirmed Monday, November 13, 2017. According to Wahid, the regulation is stipulated in the Minister of Transportation Regulation No. 108 of 2017. Companies in the field of land transportation shall grant dashboard digital access to the...

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Minister of Transportation asked private sector to take role in KIR taxi “online”

Jakarta – Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi has asked private companies to also play a role in carrying out periodic tests of KIR vehicles for application-based “online” taxis. When reviewing the Motor Vehicle Testing Unit (UP PKB) Pulo Gadung, Jakarta, Sunday, the Minister of Transportation Budi Karya appealed that the implementation of the KIR test does not only rely on the facilities of the DKI Jakarta Provincial Transportation Department. “We do not only rely on DKI, we also ask the private, brand holders to do so, because the process will be fast,” said Minister of Transportation. He explained the...

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Conventional and Online Transportation Will Guard Implementation Permenhub 108/2017

The enactment of Regulation of the Minister of Transportation Number 108 of 2017 is accepted by both online and conventional transport. Both are equally perfumed by the existing rules, live realize it below. Dida representative Organda Jabar, said the written instructions and instructions implementation is clear. All citizens who will enter the transportation business sector for the public must comply with the applicable rules, Law No. 22 of 2009 on Traffic and Road Transport. “Kami (konvensional) hendak beroperasi ke wilayah harus mengikuti aturan mulai dari STNK, KIR, Plat Kuning, Trayek dan badan hukum kalau taksi harus ada argo,” ucap...

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