BANDUNG- West Java Provincial Secretary Iwa Karniwa said West Java Provincial Government will conduct a Soreang-Pasirkoja (Soroja) toll road in November 2017.
"Alhamdulillah Soroja toll road development process is rolling in accordance with the plan expected by the end of October 2017 can be completed and will be tested in November 2017," said Iwa told reporters at Gedung Sate Bandung, Tuesday (17/10/2017)
Iwa mentioned in the process of implementation of the test the West Java Provincial Government has done the preparation with mature, one of them coordinate with the District Secretary of Bandung including Regent of Bandung regency.
"We have coordinated with the District Secretary of Bandung including has been informed to the Regent of Bandung regency so that in the trial process is well prepared," said Iwa
In the process of testing, Iwa continued there will be some input from the Toll Road Regulatory Agency (BPJT) as feasibility about the toll road itself to be completed soon.
In addition, various toll roads are discussed. If the toll road is completed then it will be determined the advanced road network, both the provincial authority and the road network authority of Bandung Regency.
"All this time, it is anticipated, however, with the test being a meaningful input, based on the input it becomes a priority for the planned road construction," said Regional Secretary
West Java Provincial Government fully assist in the process of building Soroja toll road. Because the toll road development project is a central government program through the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (Kemen PUPR) to oversee the duties and obligations of West Java Province.
"Alhamdulillah with this good cooperation is established every problem in the field can be resolved. In relation to the acquisition of land waqf, grave soil and so forth can we finish so there is no problem in the field," said Iwa
Iwa claimed to be grateful for the presence of this Soroja toll road, because the infrastructure becomes something that is expected by the people of Bandung regency and south western part of Java.
"Clearly we are grateful for the infrastructure that has long been dreamed by the people of Bandung Regency and Southern West Java.Now, the highway is close to reality," he concluded. (MAT)