Kang Emil Hope Bandung Must Maintain Achievement

By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Monday, January 01 2018 - 23:46 IWST

Walikota Bandung Ridwan Kamil. (Foto: beastudiindonesia.net)
Walikota Bandung Ridwan Kamil. (Foto: beastudiindonesia.net)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Bandung - Mayor of Bandung Ridwan Kamil said the 2018 resolution, the city of Bandung should be able to maintain the achievements that have been achieved so far.

"We've got a lot of rankings in various fields, hopefully not down again," said the man who was familiarly called Emil in Cicendo Square, Bandung, Sunday (31/12/2017) night.

Previously, Emil mentions for the last four years Bandung successfully achieved achievements in various fields with a total of 267 awards, both provincial, national, and international.

However, he said, the most proud of the achievement of Adipura Cup third time in a row since 2015 until 2017.

that achievement stripped the trail for 17 years has never won achievements in the field of cleanliness and environmental governance.

Various innovations of smart cities have been present to provide services for the community. In fact, some of them were adopted by other local governments in Indonesia who wanted to apply similar concepts.

"And hopefully it remains an inspirational and pilot city," he said.

Although achieving a myriad of achievements, he said, Bandung still has homework that has not been completed or has not been realized, one of them overcome the bottleneck.

Bandung City Government keep trying to suppress the congestion by presenting various programs, such as free bus for students and laborers, as well as cycling campaign.

The municipal government also increased the number of bus fleets in order to convert private vehicle users to mass transit.

The city of Bandung is also trying to bring transportation Cable Car and Light Rail Transit (LRT) Bandung. The two transportations that expected to become a solution to cope with congestion in Bandung.

However, he said, the mass transportation previously scheduled to be built in 2017, but until now failed to be realized.

According to Emil, delivering Cable Car and LRT is his biggest dream before his term ends.

"If technically, I still struggle to pray for 'groundbreaking' Cable Car and LRT," he said. (Ant)

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