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Jakarta Sees Future End to Gridlock Woes

Jakarta, Indonesia's capital, has long been held up as a prime example of a sprawling mega city that cannot stop nor sustain its continued growth. After years of delays the city is taking action to address perhaps its most pressing problem: traffic gridlock, recently designated the worst in the world. Jakarta's already crippling traffic jams are getting worse. With a growing population of nearly 30 million, more than 1,000 additional vehicles crowd onto the road every...

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