A few days after the opening of coal truck operations, the Polda Ditlantas monitored the flow of traffic along the coal truck crossings.
In accordance with the directions of the Jambi Regional Police Chief, Inspector General Pol Rusdi Hartono, in addition to managing traffic flow in the field, the Jambi Police Traffic Directorate continues to monitor traffic flow via RTMC CCTV cameras.
The RTMC CCTV cameras are installed at various crossroads points that are crossed by coal trucks.
Jambi Police Chief Inspector General Pol Rusdi Hartono through the Head of Public Relations of the Jambi Police Kombes Pol Mulia Prianto said monitoring the traffic situation along the coal truck crossing route on Saturday (10/12/2022) around 03.00 WIB went smoothly.
“As reported by officers at the Paal X intersection, the coal truck driver passed according to the operational time of the coal truck. The situation was busy and crowded but smooth,” he said.
According to him, according to the agreed rules, coal trucks from the Sarolangun Regency and Tebo Regency areas are allowed to leave the mouth of the mine at 18.00 WIB. At 00.00 WIB no one was crossing the Batanghari area.
For Batanghari Regency and Muaro Jambi Regency, they may leave the mouth of the mine at 19.00 WIB.
At 02.00 WIB there were no more coal trucks coming out of the mouth of the mine. At 03.00 WIB there were no more coal trucks moving and crossing the Muaro Jambi area.
For the Muaro Jambi area at 04.00 WIB there were no more coal trucks crossing the Jambi Police jurisdiction.
Coal trucks that cross the jurisdiction of the Jambi Police at 05.00 WIB.
“No one else moved and was directed to enter the Talang Gulo terminal, Jambi City,” he said.
Especially for Saturday (10/12/2022), all coal trucks can only leave the mouth of the mine at 20.00 WIB.
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