Jasa Marga Business Director Monitors Trans Java Toll Road Rest Areas

1/24/2019 8:42:44 AM

Jasa Marga Business Director Monitors Trans Java Toll Road Rest Areas

After a number of recent ​Trans Java mega project toll segment inaugurations by the President ​of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo, Merak-Grati connection is now established. 

Nevertheless we still have some things to consider, the rest area or Rest and Service Area (RSA). This was the focal attention of Business Director of PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk. Mohammad Sofyan during his visit to several rest areas of Trans Java toll roads. 

Rest area​​​ and performance monitoring at several branch offices​ was established to create synergy. It took place from January 17 to 19, 2019 and attended by President Director of PT Jasamarga Transjawa Tol Christantio Prihambodo, Jasa Marga's Information Technology Group Head Agus Sofian, and Business Management Group Head Adi Prasetyanto. 

The Trans Java Toll Road monitoring by Business Directorate focuses on ​information technology development and development stages of several rest areas. 

The monitored rest areas and toll gates were RSA of km 207 A, km 379 A, km 391 A, km 519 A, km 538 A, km 575 A and km 725 A, Semarang Branch Office, Kalikangkung Toll Gate and km 360 B RSA.

“Food can always be brought home.  This would be a different case for restrooms or prayer rooms. That's why we try to make sure that the capacity fulfills the target. We made separations with a canalization system.  Here, the ones heading for a bite to eat can take the left, while the restrooms are straight ahead.  The queues are therefore straightforward and ​​brief. The obstacle actually lies upon the parking space,” said Mohammad Sofyan during his visit to km 207 A RSA on Thursday (1/17).

On this same occassion, Agus Sofian explained, in detail, the purpose of monitoring the Trans Java Toll Roads.

​​“The purpose is to identify issues and the preparations to serve the toll users both along the toll road and the rest areas. We try to consider the issues both from the side of technology preparation and human resources.  Not only that, but we also consider the business process,” he said.​