Jakarta Transportation Agency

Burnt by Jakarta authorities, Uber moves to legalise itself
Having seen cars operated by its drivers seized by Jakarta’s transport authority, ride-sharing startup Uber Technologies Inc is taking steps to legalise its operations in Indonesia, while saying that it has been having difficulty trying to engage with said authority.
Jakarta bentuk Satgas khusus untuk awasi Uber … dan GrabCar
Sebanyak 30 mobil terjaring razia dalam 3 bulan terakhir, para pengemudi resah Pemerintah tekankan adanya entitas legal; pengamat menilai ada kesalahpahaman
Jakarta task force keeping an eye on Uber … and GrabCar
Jakarta  has become the latest city to act against ride-sharing services such as those offered by US-based Uber Technologies and Singapore-based GrabTaxi, and has formed a special task force to keep an eye on them.
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