Soekarno-Hatta airport to operate TOD terminal in March
The Jakarta Post
Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is set to operate a transit-oriented development (TOD) terminal starting on March 1. The airport's communication and legal affairs officer Erwin Revianto said on Wednesday that the airport management had also prepared supporting facilities.
"There are eight shuttle buses to accommodate people in the airport area," he said on Wednesday, as reported by wartakota.tribunnews.com.
The TOD terminal, which is located in the M1 area, is expected to reduce the use of private vehicles at the airport and thereby also reduce traffic congestion.
"People, especially airport employees, can park their cars at the TOD parking lots and continue their trip to the airport buildings using shuttle buses that will take them to the skytrain connecting the terminals," Erwin said, noting that the buses were free of charge.
The airport management, Erwin added, would ensure that shuttle buses stopped at every shelter every four or five minutes. (vla)
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