Observer: TOD Integrated Residence Will Be Most Wanted

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Tuesday, September 12 2017 - 22:37 IWST

Illustration Shelter Integrated with public transportation modes such as Transit Oriented Development (TOD)
Illustration Shelter Integrated with public transportation modes such as Transit Oriented Development (TOD)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Indonesia Property Watch (IPW) assesses the development of integrated shelter with public transportation modes such as Transit Oriented Development (TOD) will be a prima donna in the future. One of the reasons is the ease for residents in the area.

IPW Executive Director Ali Tranghanda said, people who buy a house worth Rp300 million will find it difficult because they have to pay an expensive fee for transportation costs. The reason is a lot of residential location is still quite far from public transportation.

"Not to mention if you have to go to Jakarta the same distance, so the ends they back again to Jakarta and Flat again. That's why because baseball connected TOD," said Ali. Tuesday (12/9)

According to him, the government through State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) should start thinking about the development of integrated shelter. Therefore, the government is asked to respond immediately, let alone the many infrastructure development that will be completed by 2019.

"By 2019, all the infrastructure is ready, so all the TOD must be finished now, the government has not responded yet, when the LRT, the MRT is so, the problem is that land prices have gone up and that's the problem, so we have to use the land to have the government," explained he.

He added that projects such as TOD is more suitable to be built by state-owned enterprises compared to the private sector. Moreover, government incentives can make the price more affordable for the Low-Income Community (MBR).

"If we talk about public housing it needs incentives, it needs a government subsidy that can only be private, we can not wake up With a price of Rp 100 million, can not because it is market mechanism, so please," he concluded.

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