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    Binamarga Feasibility Test Cipamingkis Bridge


    BOGOR-Cipamingkis Bridge of Cileungsi-Cibeet Bogor Road Area has been repaired and today Wednesday (20/12/17) tested its feasibility by the Department of Binamarga and Spatial Planning of West Java Province.

    To the PR team interrupted his visit to Pangandaran, West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) admitted happy to hear the completion report Cipamingkis bridge repair, he made sure to visit in the near future.

    "When the incident collapsed ago, I ask Binamarga immediately do the repair, happy to hear it is now completed, maybe December 27 I will review directly to it," said Aher.

    Aher did give special emphasis to the Binamarga ranks to give adequate attention to the roads and bridges of the province's authority, since access to Jonggol through this road became an alternative to road users since 1986.

    Head of Bina Marga and Spatial Planning of West Java Province HM. Guntoro said the repair of the bridge damage that has been done include retrofitting the old bridge pillars, the construction of lower buildings and the bridge framework type A-60 spans 60m steel, new concrete bridge and pavement floors, asphalt pavement.

    "Alhamdulillah the work has been completed, done since May 2017 and sourced from West Java Provincial Budget of RP6.907.790.529 and grant aid from the Ministry of PUPR in the form of steel frame bridge components worth RP4.334.457.100," he explained after reviewing Cipamingkis Bridge on Wednesday 20/12/17).

    It hopes that the return of the function of this bridge brings benefits to the wider community and facilitate the mobility, especially the residents whose daily lives depend on the existence of Cipamingkis Bridge.

    Cipamingkis bridge on April 13, 2017 had experienced decline Pilar-2 caused by Cipamingkis river floods and resulted in decrease lantaui bridge on the span of the 2nd and 3rd (decrease more or less up to 4.15 cm).

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