The Jambi Police Traffic Directorate (Ditlantas) said that ideally the number of coal transports operating in Jambi is no more than 9,000 vehicles.
This is after measuring the impact if the amount of coal transported exceeds the quota.
Jambi Regional Police Traffic Director (Dirlantas) Kombes Pol Dhafi said, coal transportation that will operate in Jambi totals 9,000 units of vehicles. This will minimize the accumulation or congestion at each point of the vehicle segment.
“There are as many as 8,000 to 9,000 units of coal transport vehicles. If 11,500 are high enough to be allowed to operate,” he said, Tuesday (17/1).
Then, the Jambi Province Transportation Service has also coordinated with the Jambi Regional Police Traffic Directorate that there are 9,000 coal transport vehicles operating.
“The Kadishub has coordinated with me that coal transportation will operate as many as 9,000 vehicles,” he said.
Dhafi said, if you want to increase the quota of coal transport vehicles, you have to see if there are additional roads or alternative roads and ports that can accommodate more coal transport vehicle quotas.
“Yes, if that’s possible, yes, go ahead. But if the current road has the potential to cause traffic jams,” he said.
Dhafi emphasized that the coal transport quota operating in Jambi should not exceed 9,000 units of vehicles.
“Yes. The quota for coal transportation cannot exceed 9,000 vehicles,” he said.
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