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    Four Ministers Checked Directly on the Nagreg Homecoming Line


    BANDUNG - Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Indonesian Culture Puan Maharani with Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi, Minister of Health Nila Moeloek and Minister of PUPR Basoeki Hadimoeljono checked readiness in the South West Java route on Wednesday (05/29/2019).

    "In this area, Garut has been prepared to be able to regulate traffic flow from the direction of Jakarta to West Java Limbangan, Tasikmalaya and all kinds. Insha Allah canalization, then how to regulate one-way flow, later make the lines not jammed," explained Puan.

    Puan also added, in addition to regulating traffic flow, along the southern crossing route, health posts had also been prepared.

    "Of course I appreciate what has been done by the local government as well as the police and others who have prepared all the Lebaran homecoming processes this year to run better and smoothly," he said.

    The Indonesian Minister of Transportation, Budi Karya Sumadi, said that the South West Java route is still a favorite for travelers, who will be heading to Central and East Java.

    According to him, despite the euphoria of travelers on the toll road, the southern cross of West Java is still in demand.

    "This South remains an alternative favorite. So people don't just use the toll road," he said.

    Budi assessed that with his favorite South Cross in West Java for travelers in Central and East Java, it could reduce congestion on the toll road.

    "Therefore, Mrs. Coordinating Minister and we see here to make sure, to run well," he said.

    On that occasion, Budi said, starting on Thursday (05/30/2019) trucking vehicles besides transporting basic necessities and fuel oil were prohibited from operating. This is to reduce the density of traffic flows, in the homecoming routes and behind Lebaran 2019. Jo

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