Related KEK Tanjung Lesung, Pandeglang Optimistic Toll Development Is On Time

By : Herry Barus, Aldi Firhand Alqudri | Wednesday, July 19 2017 - 11:52 IWST

KEK Tanjung Lesung
KEK Tanjung Lesung

INDUSTRY.co.id -  Pandeglang - Pandeglang Regency Government, Banten Province expressed optimism that the road development from Serang to Panimbang, Pandeglang, on schedule.

"If we see the process that continues and run quite smoothly, we believe (development) on schedule," said Pandeglang Regent Irna Narulita to media crew in Pandeglang, Sunday (23/4/2017)

He stated that the process of toll road development is directly handled by the team from the Ministry of Transportation and the Banten Provincial Government, but there is always information of each stage to Pemkab Pandeglang, through the Transportation Department.

"It (the toll road development) is a central project located in Pandeglang, all by the center, but we are ready to develop as needed, we hope to be realized immediately," she said.

Head of Department of Transportation of Pandeglang Regency, Banten Province Tata Nanzar Riyadi stated that the construction of the Serang-Panimbang toll road, Pandeglang regency, included a ground breaking process.

"The construction of roads across three districts, namely Serang, Leban and Pandeglang Ground breaking in Serang and Lebak, while in Pandeglang also has 20 percent,"s he said.

The construction of the toll road is divided into three sections, these are the first Serang-Rangkas Bitung segment, Lebak regency along 26.5 km, Rangkas Bitung-Bojong II section, 33 km Pandeglang District, and Bojong-Panimbang III section 24.41 km.

The toll road will be built to support the establishment of Special Economic Zones (KEK) Tourism Tanjung Lesung, Panimbang, and is expected to have a positive impact on the economic development Pandeglang.

The toll road,s he said, has a length of about 83 kilometers and along 23 kilometers of which are in the Pandeglang region by passing through eight districts.

The toll road construction is estimated to cost Rp9.57 trillion, with routes passing through three districts, which are Serang, Lebak and Pandeglang.

Mongolian Culture Center

PT Banten Tourism Development Corporation in cooperation with the Mongolian Embassy officially opened Mongolian Culture Center in Tanjung Lesung, Banten on Sunday (4/23/2017).

The opening of the Mongolian Culture located in the Special Economic Zone (KEK) of Tanjung Lesung was attended by the Mongolian ambassador to Indonesia HE Madam Battsetseg and also Chairman of Jababeka Group S.Darmono who is also the cultural mongolia envoy.

In his speech Darmono said, Mongolian Culture Center will bring a big positive impact. He hopes that the Mongolian Culture Center in the future can be followed by other countries

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