Ahead Of Eid, Ganjar Pranowo Speeds Up Infrastructure Physical Development
SEMARANG Until the second week of Ramadan, Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo continued to monitor the development of a number of road infrastructures in Central Java. Especially in the Pantura and Pansela areas that travelers will definitely pass.
This was conveyed by Ganjar after leading the Central Java Forkopimda Coordination Meeting to maintain regional conduciveness in welcoming Eid al-Fitr 1444H, at the Gradhika Bhakti Praja Building, Friday, March 31.
"Now we are checking the material, so we ask that everyone who builds the physical," said Ganjar.
In addition, Ganjar also responded to input from the Central Java Police Chief regarding the lack of lighting on the southern route. His party will immediately coordinate with the center, while trying to find a temporary breakthrough.
"We are also coordinating with the center, because several roads belong to the national, for example the southern lighting is still lacking. Even though there is a lot of possibility that will be passed. Well, we will look for something temporary in nature," said Ganjar.
Another infrastructure that Ganjar observed was rest area. Especially the readiness of the managers in dealing with travelers. For this reason, next week he will hold a meeting with rest area owners in the Central Java region.
"Good input from the Kapolda so that the owner of the rest area is invited to a meeting, God willing, next Tuesday we will invite a meeting so that the management in the rest area will be able to run well," he said.
This includes coordination with Pertamina and PLN, Ganjar continued, to ensure that fuel stocks and electricity availability are safe. Ganjar also asked PLN to ensure that SPKLU is ready for use.
"Our BBM is asking for sure there is, Pertamina is already preparing. We ask PLN, including the SPKLU, to prepare it because it is not impossible for electric cars to also be used (homecoming)," he said.
Then regarding the Juwana Bridge, Ganjar is optimistic that it will be used during the Lebaran 2023 homecoming period. The latest report received by Ganjar, the progress is currently in the paving stage.
"Pati (Juwana) is now starting to be paved, so to me, yes, the promise is April, it turns out April. I used to ask for it in March, but it turns out that April is the important thing to finish," said Ganjar.
The repair of potholes also continues to be accelerated. Ganjar said that currently the officers are working optimally to repair damaged roads.
"Some of the potholes and so on, we ask for speed and the pattern of procurement of goods and services with e-catalog to turn out to be faster. Yesterday I went to Jepara as well, with e-catalog. The time is no more than a week, they can work," he said.