“We have agreed to celebrate Jakarta’s anniversary on Saturday, June 24, at the Pluit Reservoir. There will be various activities organized by the event committee.”
Though the anniversary technically falls on June 22, the city administration has pushed back the celebrations to coincide with the beginning of the Islamic holiday, Idul Fitri.
“We are pursuing the completion of Transjakarta corridor 13, which we expect to officially unveil at the celebrations,” Djarot added.
The city administration will also accelerate construction and road safety checks on the ongoing Semanggi flyover project, set to be inaugurated sometime in August.
Watch Indonesia Highlights at 8 p.m. tonight on the Jakarta Globe News Channel to find out more.
Courtesy of Jakarta Globe