KUNINGAN-Vice Governor of West Java Deddy Mizwar, handed over trophies and placards of Wahana Tata Nugraha (WTN), which is a tribute from the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia, to the Government of Kuningan Regency, and Kota Cirebon, in Pendopo Kuningan Regency, Thursday (07/12/2017 ).
This is a form of appreciation of West Java Provincial Government to the hard work of city and regency government are considered successful in the development of traffic and road transport, so that both won the WTN award in 2016.
On the occasion, West Java Vice Governor Deddy Mizwar give gifts in the form of four-wheeled operational vehicles to each regency / city.
"At today's meeting, we give the highest appreciation, boast for the humanity of transportation, that the Kuningan regency and Cirebon City have managed to get the trophy of Wahana Tata Nugraha 2016," said Vice Governor Deddy Mizwar.
Demiz hopes that with the award of the prize, will be increasingly whipping up the regency / city in West Java, in order to continuously improve the performance of good transportation system in administrative, technical, operational aspects, and to the policy aspect of the regional head in transportation development.
"Including monitoring of vehicle eligibility, traffic management and engineering as well as modernization of traffic infrastructure facilities," said Deddy Mizwar.
Deddy also appealed, Department of Transportation in each region to emphasize efforts to strengthen the ethics of traffic as part of the culture of safety and safety of traffic.
In order to realize the vehicle transportation system is orderly, smooth, safe, secure, efficient, and ensure the equal rights of road users.
"For example through coaching efforts, counseling and education traffic from an early age," said Deddy.
Head of West Java Transportation Department Dedi Taufik said, it takes synergy from all parties to realize the order and smoothness of traffic and road transport.
"Must be synergy with police, transportation entrepreneurs, and others," he said.
The WTN award, he explained, aims to improve the provision of reliable, sustainable urban transport and ensure equal rights of road users.
"Increasing the participation of the community in the discipline of traffic," said Head of Transportation.