If you wish to monitor flooding in Jakarta, you can do it through several media such as Television, Twitter, or through a digital map presented by Jakarta Disaster Management Agency or Google Maps.
Flood Map 2014 or Peta Banjir 2014, which is the name of the specific page presented by Google Maps. In these pages will be displayed dots flooding in Jakarta by January 2014.
You can also monitor the Jakarta Flood 2014 through the digital map issued by Jakarta Disaster Management Agency at this link
This time of the year again… #Banjir pic.twitter.com/FuZGybjrw5
— John Riady (@johnriady) January 13, 2014
The Jakarta Flood 2014 also disrupting Commuter Line services. Reportedly that Kampung Bandan Station is still stopping its operation. While travel from Manggarai Station to Jakarta Kota Station is still experienced heavy delay due to the flood.
#InfoLintasKRL, Kondisi sta Kp Bandan jam 08:00, belum bisa dilalui KRL, rel masih tergenang air. pic.twitter.com/zloncXgFzM
— Info Commuter Line (@CommuterLine) January 18, 2014