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    Cisumdawu Toll Road Project is Hampered by the Central Government Funds



    SUMEDANG-Toll road construction project Cileunyi-Sumedang-Dawuan (Cisumdawu) still continues to speed up. But on the field there are still some problems to be solved.

    Among other things, the completion of land endowments, changes in location determination (penlok) in section V 2.5 kilometers. In addition it should be the end point syncing motorway built since the 2015's with the Toll Road Cikopo palimanan (Cipali), which will also be an access link to the West Java International Airport (BIJB).

    "I ask for help so that there is provincial coordination related to synchronization between Cisumdawu with Cipali," said Head of Unit (PIU) Cisumdawu Toll Road, Wida Nurfaida, when reviewing development Cisumdawu Toll Road, on Tuesday (26/7) ,

    There are currently executing projects in the field still trying to finish construction of Section II of the Toll Road Cisumdawu 10.7 kilometers will be completed 2017.

    To progress itself, expressed Wida until now Section II phase I of its physical construction has reached 76.87% and reached 93.31% of the land acquisition. As for Section II Phase II land acquisition process has reached 80.12% and its physical construction is still 0%.

    He continued, currently the most medesak is a problem of funds for land acquisition. Because the funds are still lacking. The need of funds for land acquisition of approximately Rp 2 trillion.

    "In the budget the changes I expected at least for the first section can be met 80% of the land in section I of Cileunyi-Rancakalong. From 1 trillion needs at least 80% is met," he said.

    However, the most needed in the state budget this change is a matching grant from the government amounting to 10% of the total funding for the construction or Rp394 billion. "It's already promised continued by the government but until now have not. That's the commitment of the central government. We can only encourage it," he said.

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