"We will take these strict actions as a commitment by the government to restore air quality," said a Director General of the Ministry.
Baswedan also encouraged owners of motor vehicles in Jakarta to take part in emission test.
The air quality data institute, IQ Air, through its official website in Jakarta, noted that air quality in Jakarta as of 07.50 WIB reached an index of 160.
A fine of Rp500,000 (US$35) will be imposed to those who are found burning trash.
It was apparent from a downward trend in terms of the number of unhealthy days, according to the Jakarta provincial government.