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    Indonesia Introduces Measures To Improve Struggling Transport System


    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia


    Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station on January 27, 2012 in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)




    A train passes concrete balls known as Goal Bola-bola or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia




    A train passes concrete balls known as Goal Bola-bola or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia




    A train passes concrete balls known as Goal Bola-bola or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia




    A train passes concrete balls known as Goal Bola-bola or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia


    A train passes concrete balls known as [Goal Bola-bola] or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders on January 27, 2012 in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia. Jakarta is plagued by transport problems due to the lack of alternative public transport options – with private vehicles having priority on the road networks. The number of train passengers greatly exceeds the capacity of the rail network and roof travellers are common, despite the citys best efforts to eradicate this dangerous, and illegal, method of travel. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)


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Indonesia Introduces Measures To Improve Struggling Transport System


Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia




Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station in Jakarta, Indonesia


Commuters ride on the roof of a Jakarta state rail train at Cawang train station on January 27, 2012 in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)




A train passes concrete balls known as Goal Bola-bola or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia




A train passes concrete balls known as Goal Bola-bola or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia




A train passes concrete balls known as Goal Bola-bola or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia




A train passes concrete balls known as Goal Bola-bola or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia


A train passes concrete balls known as [Goal Bola-bola] or goal balls intended to discourage train roof riders on January 27, 2012 in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia. Jakarta is plagued by transport problems due to the lack of alternative public transport options – with private vehicles having priority on the road networks. The number of train passengers greatly exceeds the capacity of the rail network and roof travellers are common, despite the citys best efforts to eradicate this dangerous, and illegal, method of travel. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)


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