Business ServicesAugust 27, 2018

My Urban Challenge – part 2: Traffic congestion, inefficient waste management, rising tourism hub

In this second installment of GovInsider’s infographic series, “My Urban Challenge” presented…
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In this second installment of GovInsider’s infographic series, “My Urban Challenge” presented with Dassault Systèmes, we take a look at the challenges of three cities in Southeast Asia: Jakarta, Mandalay, and Penang.

Jakarta’s smart city officer, Setiaji, aims to create a safer city with a more efficient traffic system for Jakarta’s ever-growing traffic congestion problem. In Mandalay, Smart City Officer Ye Myat Thu goes digital with IoT devices for a more accurate portrait of his city’s networks. Lastly, Mayor Yew Tung Seang of Penang juggles between making Penang a booming tourism hub and keeping it Malaysia’s most sustainable city.

Scroll below to read up on more challenges facing Jakarta, Mandalay, and Penang and how their city leaders plan to combat the cities’ rising problems.

This is the second installment of a three-part series:

Read My Urban Challenge – Part 1 which presents Yangon, Cebu, and Luang Prabang.

Read My Urban Challenge – Part 3 which presents Makassar, Siem Reap, and Vientiane.

Smart City Officer of Jakarta, Indonesia

Addressing traffic congestion and increasing security measures

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This content was adapted from GovInsider’s original article. To view their full article, click here.

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