OK Otrip

A passenger scans his new OK Otrip card at Kampung Melayu bus terminal in Jakarta on Monday (15/01). (Antara Photo/Rivan Awal Lingga)

By : JG | on 12:06 PM January 16, 2018
Category : Multimedia, Photos, Standalone

A passenger in an angkot, or a public minivan, places his new OK Otrip card on a scanner at the Kampung Melayu bus terminal in Jakarta on Monday (15/01). The new cashless system charges passengers Rp 3,500 (25 cents) a trip. (Antara Photo/Rivan Awal Lingga)

 
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