BANDUNG-West Java's economic strengthening which has an impact on the development of the quality of life of its people continues to be boosted by the West Java Provincial Government through investment, mainly in the infrastructure sector. Want infrastructure development and economic development in West Java to continue, West Java Regional Secretary Iwa Karniwa introduces infrastructure projects in West Java that are and will be worked on.
"I continue to convey this, especially to college student. This is important because later you will continuing me," Iwa said when he was the sole speaker at the Unity of the Faculty of Economics & Business Unity Night at the FEB Unwim Campus, Jl. Turangga Raya No. 25 Bandung, Saturday (9/15/18).
"Our direction going forward for West Java's economic growth is through infrastructure development. Our approach is business to business, the conditions are trust," he said.
Iwa explained several important infrastructure projects such as dam construction. According to him, dams are made in addition to raw water reserves for future generations, also to maintain food security in West Java.
In addition, Iwa also introduced toll road construction, one of which is the Cisumdawu Toll Road worth Rp10 billion, which is an investment from China. This toll road has the longest tunnel in West Java. Therefore, said Iwa, for the smooth development of the project, there should be no speculation and provocateurs.
The most interesting thing for students was the presentation of Iwa related to the construction project of High Speed ??Railway Jakarta-Bandung. Several times the students clapped between Iwa's explanations. This 70 trillion rupiah investment project from China will be connected to the Integrated Railroad (LRT) in Bandung Raya. The project will also gradually improve urban transportation (angkot).
"Workers and students are increasingly reluctant to use public transportation, because there is no timeliness, lots of temperance. So everyone starts to switch to the motorbike. Even though the motorbike is the most expensive vehicle, because it only contains 1-2 people. Later, angkot will be donated to villages, while angkot holders will become shuttle bus shareholders, "Iwa said, greeted by the applause of the students.
Iwa advised the college students, as prospective future stakeholders, to continue to improve the knowledge and skills of foreign languages, build learning organizations through innovation and entrepreneurs, and build relationships and maintain friendship.
"If we want to move forward, increase knowledge. Learn, focus, work hard. Don't be lazy to learn foreign languages," Iwa ordered.
"Build a relationship, stay in touch, because no matter how smart someone is, if the relationship is bad with the environment, we can be sure he will fail," he said closing the material.