Suara.com – The Provincial Government (Pemprov) of DKI Jakarta is building a not-level intersection or overpass in the Lenteng Agung area, South Jakarta. The construction caused traffic.
To unravel congestion, traffic engineering is implemented to support the development.
Work on the flyover was carried out since November 1, and is targeted to be completed on December 30, 2019. The facility will be established right in front of the campus of the Institute for Social and Political Sciences (IISIP).
During the construction period, the IISIP campus back and forth route to Pasar Minggu and vice versa which goes to Depok will be closed. Closing will take effect starting tomorrow, Saturday (11/15/2019) at 24.00 WIB.
The traffic engineering that is implemented based on official information from the Transportation Agency is as follows:
1. The diversion of North traffic / Pasar Minggu that will turn back towards North / Pasar Minggu is diverted through the back loop after Universitas Pancasila (UP).
2. Diverting South / Depok traffic that will reverse towards North / Depok can go through;
-Jl. Lenteng Agung- JI. Pasar Minggu, turn around in front of the direction – towards Depok
-Jl. Lenteng Agung-JI. Jagakarsa Jl. Kebagusan-Jl. TB. Simatupang round and round traffic light farm – back Jl. TB. Simatupang-U-turn back in Ranco-JI. TB Simatupang- Jl. Lenteng Agung – towards Depok
-Jl. Lenteng Agung JI. TB, Simatupang turns the agricultural traffic light back
– Jl. TB. Simatupang round and round at Ranco-JI. TB. Simatupang-Jl. Lenteng Agung towards Depok.
Head of DKI Jakarta Transportation Agency (Dishub) Syafrin Liputo said that PT. Housing Development (PP) as the executor of the IISIP flyover construction is fully responsible for the safety and security of road users on the job site. Nevertheless he appealed to road users to pay attention to the traffic engineering.
“It is suggested to road users to avoid these road sections and be able to adjust the traffic arrangements that are set, comply with traffic signs, guide officers in the field and prioritize road safety,” said Syafrin through written statements, Friday (11/15 / 2019).