[Banjir Jakarta] Current List of Flood Hotspots in Jakarta this Tuesday Morning

Flood H2O flooded Jakarta’s categorical highway (Photo source: Kompas.com/Lasti Kurnia).

Jakarta – The Indonesian collateral has entered a now yearly annual flood, with several areas still influenced by inundate this Tuesday morning (10 Feb 2015).

Below is a stream list of inundate hotspots in several areas of Jakarta according to a Twitter comment operated by a Traffic Management Centre of a Jakarta Police @TMCPoldaMetro.

  1. Patra Raya area, there is a reservoir (depth: 40 cm). Commuters are suggested to find choice route.
  2. Duta Bandara Permai Complex (Dadap, Cengkareng), there is a reservoir (depth: 40 cm).
  3. Daan Mogot Suspension Bridge, there is a inundate (depth: 80-100 cm).
  4. Cipulir Market (South Jakarta) and Jalan Raya Ciledug, there is a reservoir (depth: 20 cm). Vehicles are still means to span a route.
  5. In front of Universitas Trisakti (Grogol), inundate H2O (depth: 60-80 cm). Vehicles can't span a area.
  6. In front of Artha Gading Mall, there is reservoir (depth: 40-50 cm).
  7. Jalan Bank-Prapanca, Kebayoran Baru (South Jakarta), there is a reservoir (depth: 50-60 cm).
  8. In front of Buncit Jagal Market, South Jakarta, there is a reservoir (depth: 40-50 cm).
  9. In front of SMP 124/SMA 60 during Jalan Kemang Timur, South Jakarta, there is a reservoir (depth: 40 cm).
  10. In front of Tarakanita during Jalan Tendena, South Jakarta, there is a reservoir (depth: 30 cm).
  11. Kemayoran PRJ tollway exit, there is a reservoir (depth: 40-50 cm).
  12. Duri Kosambi area, West Jakarat, there is a reservoir (depth: 60-80 cm).
  13. KM25 during Kamal tollway (towards JLB tollway), there is a reservoir (depth: 30 cm).
  14. In front of Mintohardjo Navy Hospital (RSAL) during Jalan Bendungan Hilir Raya, Central Jakarta, there is a reservoir (depth: 40-60 cm).
  15. In front of Kemchick during Jalan Kemang Raya, there is a reservoir (depth: 20-40 cm).
  16. In front of Pluit Atmajaya Hospital, there is a reservoir (depth: 40 cm).

 

News source: Kompas.com

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