Homecoming with 2022, Abipraya Presents the Latest Road Infrastructure12 May 2022
Jakarta, 12 May 2022 - 2022 is a momentum for Indonesian people during Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr 1443 Hijriah. After two years since the Covid-19 pandemic, there was limited opportunity to return to their respective hometowns, this year the Government provides an opportunity for the entire community by providing time off together for Eid on April 29 – May 8, 2022. This is something that adds to the enthusiasm of the people. Homecoming travelers in this year's Eid al-Fitr holiday is the rapid development of road infrastructure that can be used by the community to carry out homecoming.
"Brantas Abipraya as a construction BUMN has succeeded in completing the construction of roads that can be accessed by the public during this Eid homecoming, including Jalan LOT. 5 Jerukduwel-Baran-Duwet” said the Corporate Secretary of Brantas Abipraya, Miftakhul Anas in Jakarta (12/5).
Anas further explained that the project, which is located in Gunung Kidul Regency, D.I Yogyakarta, is part of the Southern Cross Road (JJLS), connecting the D.I Yogyakarta Province (Jerukduwel) and Central Java Province (Duwet). The success of this development certainly cannot be separated from the Government's commitment to providing infrastructure to be used by the community and to provide convenience, especially during important times such as going home together.
In the future, Abipraya is also committed to supporting the Government's national program by completing other national road projects currently under construction, including the Cileunyi-Sumedang-Dawuan Toll Road. Later, this toll road will play an important role in streamlining the operations of West Java International Airport (BIJB) Kertajati, Patimban Port, as well as the economic development of the Ciayu, Majalengka, Kuningan, and Rebana areas.
"For 41 years Brantas Abipraya has been building for Indonesia, it is hoped that it will continue to contribute fully and be present for the country through the construction of road and bridge infrastructure. So that it can support the Government in providing many options for community access to mobilize without encountering obstacles," concluded Anas.