Indonesians drive right-hand-drive vehicles on the left side of the road. Driving in Indonesia requires a local driver’s license, where a Chinese one is not accepted. Indonesia's land transportation is fairly underdeveloped. By the beginning of 2017, the national highway in the country was less than 1,000 kilometers, mainly in Jakarta and surrounding areas. So far, only Java and Sumatra have railways, connecting Jakartato major cities on Java Island such as Bandung, Semarang, and Surabaya by train. Passengers can choose to take the Executive Class with more amenities and higher safety.