Friday, April 21, 2017
Issue Number: 502
Non-Fixed-Route Public-Transportation Service Regulation Revised: Striking a Balance Between Conventional and Application-Based Transportation Services
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After first being established back in 2010,[1] application-based transportation services have taken on an important role in the dynamics of Indonesian daily life, particularly within urban centers such as Jakarta. However, in spite of their rapidly rising popularity, these application-based transportation services have generated a lot of controversy, especially in terms of their legality.   In order to ensure greater legal certainty for this new transportation paradigm and to therefore afford greater protection for both of customers and transportation companies alike, the Ministry of Transportation (“Ministry”) eventually issued Regulation No....

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