As anybody who have lived through Ramadan in Jakarta in previous years can attest, the Islamic holy fasting month usually brings even more vehicles onto the roads than usual, particularly in the afternoons, with many clamoring to get home or to a restaurant in time for iftar (breaking of the fast)…

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