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Wednesday, 14 June, 2017 | 08:58 WIB
Jasa Marga Says Eid Traffic to Peak on June 23

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - State-owned toll road operator Jasa Marga predicts that Eid traffic will peak on Friday, June 23, or two days before the holiday and flows in opposite direction will peak also on Friday, June 30.

Jasa Marga Second Operational Director Subakti Syukur said that last year Eid homecoming traffic saw 1.49 million vehicles in operations. The figure for this year is expected to reach 1.57 million. “There will be a 5.32 percent increase,” he said today.

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Increased number of vehicles will be seen at the entrance of Cikarang Utama, Cibubur Utama and Cikupa toll roads. Subakti said that Jasa Marga expect significant jump in traffic volume at Cikarang Utama entrance heading to Cikampek.

“I this year’s Lebaran [Eid], the traffic volume during peak homecoming period at Cikarang Utama is expected to reach 120,680 on June 23,” Subakti said.

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Subakti added that Jasa Marga will continue to improve its services during Eid homecoming.

 

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