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    BPJT Will Test the Feasibility of Seroja Toll Function this Week

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    BANDUNG - Toll Road Regulatory Agency (BPJT), Ministry of Transportation and West Java Police will perform functional tests on Soreang-Pasirkoja Toll Road (Soroja) Bandung on Thursday and Friday, 16-17 November 2017.

    "Before the inauguration, BPJT, Miistry of Transportation and West Java Police will perform the first functional feasibility test so that there is standardization that this toll road is feasible," said President Director of PT Citra Marga Lintas Jabar Bagus Medi Suarso, on the sidelines of the review of Soroja Toll, Tuesday (14 / 11) yesterday.

    PT Citra Marga Lintas Jabar as the manager and investor of Soroja Toll Road, he said, can ensure that in the next few weeks there is no more work on the toll road.

    "We can make sure the final stage work or finishing such as the installation of markers, signs can be completed this week," he said.
    In addition, continued Bagus, his side also continues to coordinate with the Presidential Palace for President Joko Widodo or Jokowi can attend the inauguration of Soroja Toll targeted at the end of November 2017.

    Meanwhile, West Java Provincial Secretary Iwa Karniwa added that his party as the operational coordinator of central government representatives in the regions will continue to monitor the development of the Soroja Toll.

    "Like today, I invite journalist friends to see first hand the progress of Soroja Toll," said Iwa.

    Based on a report from PT CMLJ, Iwa said, the progress of the Soroja toll road development has reached 98.88 percent.

    "Alhamdulillah if the construction is 100 percent but overall progress has reached 98.88 percent yet 1.12 percent other it live about road markings, drainage, entrance and others," said Iwa. (Even)

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