DKI Jakarta Provincial Government will tighten online transport controls after the Minister of Transportation Decree No. 26 of 2017 on the Transportation of People with Public Motor Vehicles Not In Trajectory effective on July 1, 2017.
“After July 1, there will be controlling in the field,” said Head of Section for Transportation of Non-Road Transportation Official of Jakarta Dept. Regitta Maywidya Sari in a discussion held “Tempo” with the theme “Towards Implementation of Online Tax Regime July 1” at Redtop Hotel, Pecenongan, Central Jakarta, Tuesday, June 13, 2017.
The provincial government, he said, would occasionally do shock therapy to the perpetrators of online transport who still violate the rules. Because, based on data and facts in the field, each will be examined, the request for periodic test vehicle (KIR) will soar. “If there is curbing, the test kir can reach hundreds, while if no examination, yes, quiet,” he said.
Until October 2016, the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta recorded 11,182 tax administration files online. “The KIR has tested until June 12, 2017 as many as 8,701 cars,” he said.
The rules that became effective on June 1, 2017 are, among others, related to the test, sticker, and provision of access digital dashboard. While the regulations that are effective on July 1, 2017 of which relates to the imposition of taxes, the requirement of letter number of vehicles incorporated legal entities, the application of upper and lower border rates, and the determination of quotas and operational areas specified by the local government.