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Jakarta is listed as the most expensive city for expatriates in Southeast Asia, and ranked fourth globally after Tokyo, Zurich and Singapore. The Japanese government has invested more than 1 trillion yen (US$8.1 billion) into the city's infrastructure under a strategic partnership with Indonesia to improve public transportation over ten years through projects such as Jakarta Metro Rail, Monorail Jakarta, LRT Line 2 & 3 expansion project of existing rail transit lines in Greater Jakarta area; construction of Trans-Java toll road; development of new ports at Merak on Java island and Tanjung Priok on North coast Banten province near the capital region; extension to Cilincing International Airport (CII), an airport south from downtown that serves both domestic flights within Indonesia plus international flights to neighboring countries like Malaysia or Singapore.