Indonesia Raises Fares For App-Based Motorbike Transport After Fuel Price Hike
Published on September 30, 2022
Indonesia's Transport Ministry has raised fares for app-based motorbike transport services to account for the recent fuel price hike, senior official Hendro Sugiatno said on Wednesday.
The fares per kilometer were increased by between 6% to 13.3% while minimum fares for the first 4km of travel were also raised. The new fares will take effect three days from Wednesday, Hendro said.
Last Updated on September 30, 2022
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