Jatijajar terminal to be fully operational by December: BPTJ
The Jakarta Post
The Greater Jakarta Transportation Body (BPTJ) plans to have the Jatijajar bus terminal in Depok, West Java, fully operational by December.
“One of the features, which we aim to finish before the terminal becomes fully operational, is the ramps to the terminal,” BPTJ head Bambang Prihartono said on Sunday as quoted by tempo.co.
According to Law No. 23/2014 on regional administrations, Jatijajar is a type A bus terminal, which the central government administers. Because it is located in Greater Jakarta, it is being handled by the BPTJ.
Bambang said they still needed to solve the problem of lack of public transportation at the terminal.
“Step by step, we will solve the problem. We need to cooperate with related stakeholders such as the regional administration, especially the Depok Transportation Agency regarding the rerouting of public transportation.”
He said the BPTJ was coordinating with the Depok administration so that all inter-city and inter-province buses used the terminal by October. (ami)
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