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Motorists tied up commuting in Jakarta. The chronic jams cause losses equivalent to $1.8 billion (17.2 trillion rupiah) a year, according to official figures that take into account working hours lost, fuel wasted and health care costs for illnesses caused by noxious exhaust fumes.
Motorists tied up commuting in Jakarta. The chronic jams cause losses equivalent to $1.8 billion (17.2 trillion rupiah) a year, according to official figures that take into account working hours lost, fuel wasted and health care costs for illnesses caused by noxious exhaust fumes.

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Charge your phone, bring your patience, and get creative. CNN's David Molko shows us the ins and outs of braving Jakarta's notorious traffic.