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Odd-Even Policy in Jakarta Temporarily Lifted by Metro Jaya Police for Eid Holidays on April 6-15

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During the 2024 Eid holiday from April 6th to 15th, the Polda Metro Jaya Police will temporarily suspend the odd-even policy. For 10 days, 26 roads will be accessible without the odd-even restrictions, similar to normal days.

This decision follows Governor Regulation Number 88 of 2019, Article 3, Paragraph 3, which states that traffic restrictions using an odd-even system are not applicable on Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays designated by the Presidential Decree. Additionally, Polda Metro Jaya also announced that car-free days will not be observed on April 7th and April 14th.

 

 

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While the odd-even rules are lifted, the Jakarta Transportation Agency emphasizes the importance of adhering to traffic regulations during the Eid holiday period. Here’s the latest update on the Eid 2024 holidays in Indonesia, as determined by the Minister of Religion, Minister of Manpower, and Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform:

  • 6th April 2024: Weekend (Saturday)
  • 7th April 2024: Weekend (Sunday)
  • 8th April 2024: Holiday with Eid 2024 / Eid al-Fitr 1445 H
  • 9th April 2024: Holiday with Eid 2024 / Eid al-Fitr 1445 H
  • 10th April 2024: Eid al-Fitr 1445H
  • 11th April 2024: Eid al-Fitr 1445H
  • 12th April 2024: Holiday with Eid 2024 / Eid al-Fitr 1445 H
  • 13th April 2024: Weekend (Saturday)
  • 14th April 2024: Weekend (Sunday)
  • 15th April 2024: Holiday with Eid 2024 / Eid al-Fitr 1445 H

The Minister of Transportation forecasts that approximately 28 million individuals residing in Jakarta and its surrounding regions will embark on the journey back to their hometowns during Eid 2024. Central Java emerges as the province expecting the highest influx of people returning home, as per the Minister of Transportation’s assessment. This projection marks a 45% increase compared to the previous year, prompting intensified preparations to address potential challenges.

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