"During the safety operation, we will educate the community about traffic and road safety," Jakarta Police chief Insp. Gen. Gatot Edi said in Jakarta on Monday.
"We also aim to reduce the number of violations and cut down the rate of accidents," he added.
The operation urges people to obey the laws even when the police are not around. As many as 2,771 officers will be deployed during the operation.
"There were seven traffic violations that will be regulated, including using a telephone while driving, not wearing a seat belt and the national standard helmet," the Jakarta Police chief said.
Furthermore, violations against traffic flow, driving vehicles under the influence of alcohol and drugs, underage driving, and driving vehicles at a high speed would also be reviewed.