SOREANG - Based on the latest monitoring done by The House of Representatives of West Java, some of the works in Soroja toll road are unfinished. Even some of the work is giving an indication to be left unfinished. These facts were stated by the Vice-Chairman of the 4th Commission of the House of Representatives, Daddy Rohandi to Jabarprov.go.id, Monday (2/5)
According to Daddy, according to the review done by the House of Representative, the realisation of Citra Bakti activities work absorption in the construction of new toll road reached 30 per cent with a deviation of 12%. With this condition, it is hard for this new toll road to be 100% finished because, according to the information we gathered, the Central Government does not put this project in their list of priority project. The Government put their priority to the construction of Trans Java and Trans Sumatera toll road.
Moreover, Daddy said that there are 114 areas of people's property that has not been acquired by the Government. In order acquire these lands which stretches until Jalak Harupat Stadium, the Government needs to prepare around Rp 41 Billion and to acquire the lands that strethces until the District Government's office area the Government must prepare around 16 Billion rupiahs.
Meanwhile, the whole construction of this project cost the Government around 830 Billion rupiahs. To complete the construction, the government will be facilitated by a consortium of local banks and Bank Syariah Muamalat.
If all the work is completed, According to Daddy, Soroja Toll Roads will be impassable in the upcoming August 2016 (NR)