Jakarta , the capital of Indonesia , has recently had a river transport system called Angkutan Sungai or more commonly Waterways , similar to TransJakarta ‘s high – level bus service system , nicknamed Busway . This urban transport system was inaugurated in 2007 by the governor of Jakarta of the time, Sutiyoso. It is part of a plan for the overall integration of the various modes of public transportation in the city.
MetroMini is the name of a network of minibuses in Jakarta , the capital of Indonesia . It is, along with TransJakarta , the Jakarta Government Bus Company, and KopajaCooperative , one of the basic components of the city’s public transit system. The MetroMini fleet was estimated at 3,000 buses in 2012.
The Koperasi Angkutan Jakarta ( “Jakarta Transportation Cooperative”) or Kopaja is a cooperative founded in 1971 to provide a public transport service in Jakarta 1 . Kopaja has been formally integrated into the PT Transportasi Jakarta (TransJakarta) network, the Jakarta government’s public transport company 2 . The minibuses of the Kopaja, so far green and white will now be blue and white.
A becak (pronounced [betʃak]) is a kind of rickshaw specific to the island of Java in Indonesia . The Sumatra , Sulawesi and Borneo rickshaws are closer to the Indian rickshaw .