Jakarta (Rifyu.com) – The Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture (Menko PMK) Muhadjir Effendy confirmed that the second wave of milil flow which is predicted to occur on April 30 and May 1 will run smoothly.
“Various policy schemes have been prepared to deal with the surge in voter turnout in this second wave,” said Muhadjir Effendy in his statement in Jakarta, Saturday.
The Coordinating Minister added that to ensure the smooth flow of the second wave of milir, he had also checked the readiness of receiving vehicle traffic on the Cikampek Toll Road section.
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“So far the readiness to receive milir flow on the Cikampek toll road section has been running very optimally,” he said.
In addition, from the results of the review it is also known that since D+2 Eid, the flow of billions of vehicles on the Trans Java Toll Road, especially those going through the Cikampek Toll Road to Jabodetabek has been relatively stable and there have been no serious spikes.
Based on the report, he said, it was also known that so far the number of vehicles heading to Jabodetabek during the military flow was relatively stable and even, namely around 100 thousand vehicles per day.
“Based on data from Korlantas Polri and Jasa Marga it is also known that the highest volume of vehicles going to Jabodetabek has occurred on D+2 of Eid or April 25, namely 159,585 vehicles,” he said.
According to the Coordinating Minister Muhadjir, the smooth flow of vehicles during the low tide period was due to the various strategies implemented, starting from encouraging them to return early, giving toll discounts, implementing the scheme one way, counter flowand other traffic engineering.
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“Thank God, with the various policies that have been made, the trend is that the flow of milir is very sloping. This means that all days are filled with a relatively even volume of vehicles,” he said.
Muhadjir Effendy also appealed to voters to remain disciplined in implementing health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
“We urge people who will travel to remain disciplined in maintaining health protocols,” he said.
In addition, the Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture also appealed to voters to get enough rest before traveling to maintain their physical condition to stay fit.
Reporter: Wuryanti Puspitasari
Editor: Endang Sukarelawati
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