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Jakarta to begin renovating sport halls for Asian Games this month

VOI NEWS 10.00 LOCAL TIME, GMT+7, 11-09-2017

The Jakarta administration is set to begin renovation work on 10 sport halls at the end of this month in preparation for the 2018 Asian Games. The funds needed for the renovation come from a private company as payment in return for the expansion of the floor area ratio (KLB). Jakarta Youth and Sport Agency head Ratiyono said the company in question had begun conducting surveys on the sites, while his office had submitted the renovation plan. He said over the weekend as quoted by beritajakarta.id that the administration wants to start the renovation at the end of this month, so that it will finish by March. They plan to hold a test event in April at all venues for the Asian Games. While the location of the 10 sport halls was not mentioned, Ratiyono said the renovation would include repair work on floors, toilets and lighting as well as adding more air conditioners, in line with the international standards set for the quadrennial event. He added that total funds of Rp 65 billion (US$4.92 million) were needed for the renovation. (Jakarta Post)

 

35 Ferry Ports to Be Built in Southeast Sulawesi

Southeast Sulawesi Provincial Government confirmed that 35 ferry ports will be built to connect a number of islands in the region. Southeast Sulawesi Transportation Agency head Hado Hasina in Kendari over the weekend said that the construction of the 35 ports has been included in the master plan of Transportation Ministry and the ports will soon be built. He continued that 18 ferry ports have been built to connect a number of islands in Southeast Sulawesi. Hado Hasina said that according to Transportation Ministry master plan, there are thirty five locations of ferry ports that have to be built soon, and up to this point eighteen ports have been completed. (tempo)

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