Jakarta seeks to end notorious traffic jams with driverless trains

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Most travellers to Indonesia want to quickly escape the smog-laced capital of Jakarta, one of the World’s most congested cities, and will only briefly see the sprawling city’s traffic-choked streets while on their way to see islands, beaches and volcanoes. But hopes are being raised that the city could become a less unwelcoming spot for visitors with the launch of a new system of driverless trains designed to reduce dependency on cars and connect Jakarta with three satellite cities. The light rail system, formally launched on August 28, is part of a larger plan to integrate various modes of tr…

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