The Jakarta City Council is prolonging approval of the MRT tariffs. Matters of public importance are being mixed with electoral interests.
Something is not right with the tug of war during the discussions of the tariffs for the mass rapid transport at the Jakarta City Council (DPRD). Two decades after the initial plans were drawn up, the MRT is finally ready for operations, but the operations of the system known as Ratangga could be impeded by the politicians who continue to question the price of tickets and the level of subsidies.
The members of the DPRD seem not to care th...