Jakarta is “the city where nobody wants to walk”, wrote the team behind this proposal. In the bustling metropolitan, home to 10.5 million people, the arterial roads are in a state of perpetual congestion due to the high volume of private vehicles.

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Despite being the world’s fourth most populous nation, Indonesia ranked last in a global activity inequality study1 that tracked the number of steps taken by at least 1,000 citizens across 46 countries. Indonesians averaged at around 3,500 steps a day (ranked first was Hong Kong at almost 7,000 steps). In Jakarta, the reluctance to walk may be due to a combination of factors, such as pollution from traffic jams, motorcycles encroaching sidewalks and threatening pedestrian safety, ...

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