Support Tourism in Tanjung Lesung, District Government Expects Toll Road Immediately Dissolved

By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Monday, September 04 2017 - 06:26 IWST

Tanjung Lesung
Tanjung Lesung

INDUSTRY.co.id - Pandeglang - Pandeglang Regency Government, Banten Province hopes toll road development by central government to support tourism of Special Economic Zone (KEK) Tanjung Lesung, immediately realized.

"We from the local government and Pandeglang community are ready to support all activities related to the construction of the toll road," said Regent Pandeglang Irna Narulita in Pandeglang, Sunday (09/03/2017)

Irna also expressed optimism that the central government, through the relevant ministries, will carry out the construction of toll roads in accordance with the stipulated time.

"The stages and the timing have been set, and I am sure will run on schedule," she said.

Construction of toll roads, she said, is a central government program, but as a host, Pandeglang Regent Government ready to succeed the project.

"I really hope that the construction of the Serang-Panimbang toll road will begin by the end of 2017," she said.

If the end of this year can not be implemented, he said, no later than early 2018 road infrastructure development that can be realized.

Regent also reminded, that there are no certain elements that will hinder the construction of the Serang-Panimbang toll road. Hopefully everything can run smoothly, without any technical obstacles that occur in the field.

The construction of the toll road is implemented in three sections, namely the first Serang-Rangkas Bitung segment, Lebak regency along 26.5 Km, Rangkas Bitung-Bojong II section, 33 km Pandeglang regency, and Bojong-Panimbang III section 24,41 Km.

The toll road will be built to support the tourism sector of Tanjung Lesung, Panimbang, and is expected to have a positive impact on the economic development of Pandeglang.

The toll road, 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, namely Serang, Lebak and Pandeglang.

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