BANDUNG - The Revised Transportation Ministerial Regulation (Permenhub) No.32/2016 concerning Unscheduled Public Transportation Services, will take effect on April 1st, 2017. Therefore, it needs some preparations so that there will be an agreement between the central and the provincial government to be set as a benchmark implemented in the regions.
Head of Transportation Department of West Java, Dedi Taufik explained the importance of preparations so that the central and the provincial government can come up to an agreement which can be a benchmark applied the regions.
"We will soon have a meeting with the Central Government to discuss the follow-up Revision of PM 32/2016," he informed reporters in Bandung, Sunday (03/25/2017).
Dedi further explained that West Java Transportation Department will organize a team to draft a Gubernatorial Regulation (Pergub) that involves stakeholders, the central government, the provincial government, and Organda (The Land Transportation Organization), and associations.
"This Regulation later will be more applicable, primarily related to the implementation of Permenhub 32," he said.
As for the quota, Dedi said that the formulation can be calculated from the number of population, the area of service, a new generation, road corridors, the growth of vehicles and road constructions, as well as the number of vehicles that exist today.
"The process is phased, in this year there will be some. We won't let it be over-supplied," he informed.
Moreover, Dedi explained that there are two components that must be calculated which are derived from direct costs such as the processing of vehicle registration certificate, the service cost, and also vehicle spare parts. As for the indirect costs are at the respective offices.
"These components can be the basis of determining the tariff," he said. (MAT)