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Can Indonesia's high speed train beat the traffic jams?

Indonesia's capital Jakarta is known for its traffic jams, which are widely considered to be among the world's worst.

Now Indonesia is trying to do something about it by building the country's first high speed train.

It will run between Jakarta and neighbouring Bandung, the nation's third largest city.

How effective will it be? The BBC's Jerome Wirawan reports.

  • 25 Jan 2016
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