Authorities get creative in this sprawling city to crack down on traffic offenses.

[EasyDNNnewsToken:Left Justify Embed 300 x 250]In Jakarta, Indonesia, traffic violations are so numerous and regulations ignored that the local government is considering using capital improvement activities as legal punishments…including scrubbing the public toilets used by the city’s ten million residents. Sounds extreme, but in Jakarta, where two-thirds of the motorists ride a motorcycle, the streets can become extremely jammed, with a 10-minute trip sometimes taking as much as three hours. Read the full story on