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    West Java Received Wahana Tata Nugraha Wiratama Awards 2015


    BANDUNG-West Java Provincial Government closed 2015 by winning awards in the fields of transportation, ie public transport with good arrangement.

    Based on the decision letter of the Minister of Transportation No. KP 402 of 2015, West Java Province was awarded the Wahana Tata Nugraha Wiratama awards, which given directly by President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo, and received by West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan, at the State Palace in Jakarta, Wednesday (23/12).

    On his Instagram account, Aher displayed a picture with the President of Indonesia with the caption says "The award of Wahana Tata Nugraha, is a reminder for us to continue improving transportation services to the community”.

    This award given to the provincial government and district/city to provide input in terms of improving quality control in every area of public transport.

    Providing public transport was imperative for the government. Then the awards is not just ceremonial. The corrective measures to serve the needs of community will be the presence of the excellent public transport services is the main thing. Because transportation is a means of connecting that supports the development of economic progress, social, and democratic.

    There are some phases of the Wahana Tata Nugraha (WTN) awards 2015. Phase I, in the form of administrative assessment conducted province-level committees. Phase II, the assessment of the technical and operational aspects in the form of national-level joint committee provincial level as well as representatives of academia. Phase III, assessment of head of the region's commitment in the development of public transport in his area.

    It was also attended by Minister of Transportation Ignatius Jonan accompanied the President, the Governor-winning awards, Head of Department Transportation in Indonesia, and the Regent/Mayor.

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