The construction will take place on both roads going toward Jakarta and Ciawi from January 17-23.
JMT’s marketing and communication department head, Irra Susiyanti, said the construction aims to improve the safety and comfort of all toll users.
“This is part of our commitments and efforts to ensure the safety and comfort of motorists and also to improve the quality of the bridge on the Jagorawi toll road,” said Irra in a statement, on Sunday, January 17.
Irra also said that her office will work closely with the Police to manage the traffic until the work construction is completed.
“We also provide work-safety signs and have traffic control officers around the sites as well as ensure all officers follow the health protocols in their workplaces,” she said.
(Writer: Stanly Ravel | Editor: Stanley Ravel)
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