Jakarta: Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo revealed that construction of the 50-kilometer-long toll road connecting the cities of Yogyakarta and Surakarta in Central Java would commence in November 2020.
State-owned construction firm PT Adhi Karya confirmed in a report Pranowo received on Thursday evening that construction of the Solo-Klaten section will start from Prambanan, he notified local journalists here Friday.
Ganjar claimed to have no knowledge of when this toll road construction project would be completed though he projected its completion in two years.
Speaking in connection with the Solo-Yogyakarta toll road construction project, which is part of the Trans-Java Highway, Ganjar affirmed that he maintained sound coordination with the Yogyakarta provincial government.
Work on the toll road construction project continues amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
The Public Works and Housing Ministry has highlighted that the work to construct 15 toll road sections in several Indonesian provinces would be completed this year, with five of them inaugurated in June and July. (antara)