Indonesia's first mass rapid transit (MRT) rail system is on track to begin operating from March next year, giving 170,000 commuters a day the opportunity to avoid the capital's horrendous traffic jams.
Nearly 95 per cent of the 15.7km route - with 13 stations - had been completed by the end of last month.
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