Lipsus 14 - Penerapan Teknologi Bambu untuk Tanggul Laut Tol Semarang Demak
How the construction will be made in the sea, and technology using bamboo. I'm still curious to this day, sir, I want to watch the trial. So for the process, we first fabricate the cerucuk, sir. So we can see the reeds there, we combine them into seven sticks, one cluster like that, then they are taken to the sea and then planted.
What will the profit from the toll road be used for, if you may know? Yes, thank God I was able to build this house, and it got a car too. In the Jokowi era, toll road targets that were once just a dream are now being realized. The high volume of traffic on the north coast road of Semarang Demak often triggers traffic jams plus the presence of Rob floods which further exacerbates the situation, and it is not uncommon for traffic jams to occur until they are completely paralyzed. Currently, the government is boosting the construction of the Semarang Demak to Tuban toll road in order to overcome congestion. In addition, the toll road which is integrated with the Sea Wall functions as a coastal belt to overcome tidal flooding in Semarang and Demak.
We will find out and trace the extent of the construction of the Semarang Demak to Tuban Toll Road. Welcome to Beta News Special Coverage. ////NARATION 1A ////// The Indonesian government through the Ministry of PUPR is now continuing to boost the construction of expressways or commonly known as toll roads on the island of Java. In 2015,
the government began to build the Trans Java toll road connecting two major cities, namely Jakarta and Surabaya. At the end of 2018, the construction of the 933-kilometer Trans Java toll road connecting five provinces, 15 cities and 21 regencies had been completed and started operating. The Trans Java toll road connects the Merak Banten area on the western tip of the island of Java with Pasuruan and Surabaya in East Java. The construction of this toll road is considered to be able to improve the efficiency of the logistics system on the island of Java , which has been the center of the economy in Indonesia. In addition to being faster and cheaper, through the construction of the Trans Java toll road, the burden of vehicles that have been relying on the north coast road can be broken down into two networks.
After the construction of the Trans Java toll road, currently President Jokowi's administration is building a toll road in the northern coast of Java, which will connect the Semarang area in Central Java with the Tuban area in East Java. This route will later connect to the Trans Java toll road network via Gresik. //////President Jokowi's Speech ///////// Semarang Demak Toll Road which is part of the Java North Coast Corridor network of Java. This corridor will connect Semarang, Demak, Tuban and Gresik. We hope that this toll road will significantly reduce traffic congestion in Kaligawe and Ahmad Yani Airport, which has always been jammed for decades, both because of large vehicles that all pass on this route. The specialty of this toll road is that it is multifunctional.
Apart from improving connectivity, section 1 of the Semarang Demak Toll Road will also function to control tidal flooding by having a retention pool function and a sea wall later. And the development of areas that were previously submerged to dry, can be used both for industrial estates and their supporters as well as new centers of economic growth. The process of constructing the toll road on the north coast of Java has begun in early 2021. The construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road is an early stage, which will then be continued to Tuban.
This toll road will cross several areas, including Semarang City, Demak Regency, Kudus, Pati, Rembang, Lasem, and Tuban. ////NARATION 1B/// The first toll road in Indonesia was built during the reign of President Suharto, in 1973 to be precise. The toll road was built to connect the capital city of Jakarta, Bogor City to Ciawi. This toll road was completed
and inaugurated in 1978 and named the Jagorawi toll road. During the administration of President Jokowi, the construction of toll roads was massive. Not only in Java, toll roads are also being built in a number of other areas outside Java.
Based on data, since the administration of President Suharto to the administration of President SBY, the total toll roads built in Indonesia are 821 kilometers long. However, since the administration of President Jokowi until 2021, the total length of toll roads built has reached 1,556 kilometers. ////Joko Setijowarno //// The first toll road in Indonesia was built between Jakarta-Bogor, so the term Jagorawi Toll Road. In Jokowi's era, what used to be just a dream is now actually being realized. Now I see developments not only in Java, including outside Java, Sumatra, in Kalimantan now there are toll roads, Balikpapan, Samarinda, then Sulawesi between the new Belitung-Manado, South Sulawesi there is also Blitar-Makassar. Actually, Mr. Jokowi also continued
the old program, the toll road was not only Mr. Jokowi himself, no, it was a road program during the Soeharto era, then indeed in the Jokowi era it was accelerated, the difference was that it was not the first time, it couldn't. so it should be continued, sir? Yes Live acceleration or.
Yes, who's the fastest, now that has a name, but it's not like that, right, because that speed can be twice as fast. Now that's over 1500 in total. The Trans Java toll road has actually been initiated for a long time, before President Jokowi came to power. However, it was only during his reign that the idea to build a road other than the north coast was realized. In fact, the Trans Java toll road is now being extended to Probolinggo. And in 2024, Trans Java will be extended to Banyuwangi. In addition,
fider lines were also built to support the Trans Java route, including the Semarang-Demak and Demak-Tuban toll roads , which are currently still under construction. Tidal flooding is still a serious problem in Semarang City and Demak Regency which until now has not been able to be overcome. Not only sweeping areas adjacent to the coast, the tidal flood also inundated a number of areas, including residential areas, the Terboyo industrial area in Semarang City, and the Sayung industrial area in Demak Regency. Another problem caused by the tidal flood is the congestion in the two industrial areas. The tidal water that often inundates the road surface causes vehicles to accumulate so that congestion is inevitable. Moreover, the two industrial areas are
crossed by the national road, which has been the only support for transportation traffic and logistics distribution. A number of efforts have been made by the government to cope with rising sea levels which have caused inundation of settlements and a number of industrial areas. The government has also tried to overcome congestion due to tidal inundation by elevating the road surface structure. However, all these efforts so far have not yielded results. The rich Indonesian people are from Kudus. The entrepreneur also protested with me.
Mas Ganjar can't finish this Kaligawe cooking . At that time, I told Mr. Danang, sir, you can't, sir. What if the road designs that we will make later become embankments and thank you for that time, it is explained, including how the construction will be made in the sea and technology using bamboo. I'm curious, want to watch me try it out. Not only roads, but also as embankments, not just embankments because there are dry areas, indeed at that time I reminded you, what the heck, this empty area should no longer be made into massive buildings, especially those that do not consider environmental aspects. Previously, several ideas emerged to tackle tidal flooding in the region. Some of these have been implemented, including planting mangroves to prevent coastal erosion in the sea north of Java. However, this organic countermeasure has not yielded any results. There is also the idea of building a
giant sea wall to stem the Java sea currents which are getting higher day by day. This idea was never implemented. The construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road is an opportunity and momentum for Ganjar to realize the idea of building the Giant Sea Wall. Toll roads, which should only support transportation, are asked by Ganjar to be integrated with tidal flood prevention. Currently, the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road section 1, where the seawall will be built, is only in the experimental stage of implementing bamboo technology. The technology, which had never been applied to the structure of the building in the middle of the sea, has just been tested. The results of course have
to wait until the construction is completed in 2024. The Semarang-Demak toll road will be built along a length of 26.7 kilometers. The construction of this toll road is divided into two sections. The first section
will connect the Kaligawe area of Semarang City to the Sayung area of Demak Regency. Meanwhile for Section two, the toll road will connect from the Sayung to Demak area. The Semarang-Demak toll road construction project will cost a budget of Rp. 15 trillion. The Semarang Demak toll road structure to be built has four lanes, each lane having a width of 3.6 meters. This toll road has a shoulder width of 3 meters and a median width of 5.5 meters. The Semarang Demak toll road has a concession period of 35 years, has 3 toll gates, 2 interchanges, 2 on/off ramps, 9 bridges, 1 overpass, and 6 underpasses.
The construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road section 1 will only start at the beginning of 2022, although section 2 has started a year earlier in early 2021. The construction of the 10.39 km Semang-Demak toll road section 1 will be connected to the existing Semarang ABC toll road in Kaligawe, and is designed to divide the ocean which will at the same time become a sea wall, and ends at Sayung. This project will be built on 252 plots of land covering an area of 383.37 Ha. Section 1 of the Semarang Demak Toll Road will cost a budget of Rp 9.6 trillion. The Semarang-Demak Section 1 toll road construction project has three activity packages. Package 1A will be carried out by Hutama Karya in the form of raising the Kaligawe bridge, elevated freeway, and Pile Slab. For Package 1B
, PT PP and Wika will work on the construction of sea dikes and main roads, as well as construction of rest areas and toll gates. Meanwhile, the 1C Package carried out by PT Adi Karya is in the form of working on a retention pond and pump house. There will be two retention ponds to be built, namely the terboyo retention pond with an area of 225 ha and the Sriwulan retention pond with an area of 35 ha. What do you think, sir, when the toll road becomes a toll road, how effective is the toll road, which will also be used by the coastal belt, to overcome congestion and rob? So this is indeed a toll road that is integrated between toll roads and what is called the tidal and flood control function. From the initial study, we did not carry out this, but from the government, in this case the PUPR ministry, this study has been carried out. Indeed, later on, if this is a toll road, the function is to overcome the congestion in the area, especially the Kaligawe to Demak area.
The congestion is already severe enough, with the integration with the sea wall. He hopes this is by having two retention ponds, one in Terboyo, which covers 225 hectares, and in Sriwulan 35 hectares. It is hoped that water from the sea will no longer enter the land area and water from the upstream side will be accommodated in the retention pond which will later be pumped into the sea.
So it is hoped that this will indeed be able to overcome the problem of flooding, especially Semarang on the east side and on the west side of Demak Regency. In the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road section 1, there are two unusual work packages. In addition to the road structure which is also used as a sea wall as an abrasion barrier, there are two works that did not exist before, namely the construction of a retention pond and a rest area in the middle of the sea. The function of the retention pond and pump house is to suck up water coming from the upstream of the river to be channeled into the sea. This is done to keep the area surrounded by the sea wall dry.
As for the construction of a rest area in the middle of the sea, precisely at kilometer 5 of the Semarang Demak Toll Road section 1, it will function as a new tourist destination in Semarang. Based on the schedule that has been made, the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road Section 1 will be completed in 2024, and is projected to be operational in 2025. Meanwhile, the resilience of the toll building structure which is also a sea wall is designed to withstand tidal waves for 50 years. The selection of bamboo technology in the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road section 1 will be the first in Indonesia, for the construction of a toll road. The bamboo technology was chosen because the soil in the area where the toll road will be built has a very deep soft soil structure , which is 60 meters. Bamboo is considered to have a structure that is able to withstand the structure of road buildings above the sea. Bamboo is also considered
to have the strength to withstand building structures, because it has a strong and even fiber. In addition, bamboo technology was chosen because it is more efficient than other technologies. Before being applied to the toll road construction project, the Ministry of PUPR through the Center for Building Materials and Structures, the Directorate of Settlement and Housing Engineering, the Directorate General of Human Settlements, conducted a test of the strength of bamboo to increase the bearing capacity of the subgrade for the Semarang-Demak toll road construction. The bamboo test is carried out through two types of tests, namely the tensile test of the bamboo mat system and the flexural test of the bamboo mat system. This test aims to determine the behavior of bamboo which is assembled into a unit as a mattress, which has a horizontal tensile force and a compressive force in the perpendicular direction.
What exactly is bamboo technology like , sir? Yes, it turns out that this is bamboo that is used both as a bamboo mat, and a bamboo cone. Indeed, this bamboo will be used as a mat on which will be given a pile of sand. With the pile of sand and tuban roads, it is indeed bamboo that is more able to accommodate the load on it. This is indeed bamboo technology, it seems that it is new in Indonesia, it seems, even though this is not actually the case. This bamboo technology has
been widely used in several buildings, indeed for the construction of toll roads, this is indeed new, this plan in Semarang-Demak section 1 is used. This bamboo is intended for soil improvement conditions, considering that the soil in Semarang tends to have a fairly deep soft soil layer of approximately almost 60 meters, so this bamboo technology is used considering it is the most efficient compared to other technologies. Currently, the process of applying bamboo technology is in the trial embankment stage. In this process the
bamboo will be used as a mat and a chimney. In this stage, the application of bamboo technology for seawalls will be tested for 400 meters. The trial embankment process carried out by PT PP is scheduled to be completed by the middle of this year and will cost Rp 395 billion. These bamboos will be used as chimney and mattress materials in the application of bamboo technology in the trial embankment process for the sea wall of the Semarang-Demak toll road. These bamboos
are imported from a number of regions in Indonesia. Bamboo is selected according to specified specifications, including diameter and length. In the initial trial embankment process, the bamboo will be staked vertically on the soft soil surface as a culm. Then above the cerucuk will be installed a bamboo mat that has been assembled using rope. In the initial plan, the
bamboo mat was arranged in 17 layers, but after testing it was decided to use 13 layers of bamboo. After the chimney and bamboo mat are installed, the next process is Prefabricated Vertical Drain (PVD). This process serves to remove groundwater so that soil consolidation can be accelerated. After that, the next process is the installation of geotubes and then stockpiling of sand as a cushion for the toll road structure. Hello Mbk Indah, how are you, Ms.
Yes, ok Mr. Rosyidi. If this is a new process, what is it, sis? Still in the process of installing the cerucuk pak, and the process of assembling a bamboo mat for the sand embankment platform at the trial embankment location. Where do you get these bamboos, Ms. If we get these bamboos from Central Java, there are also East Java, around here in Purwodadi, in Magelang, then Kebumen, that area, sir. Around Central Java, then, sir? Central Java, East Java, West Java also exist. So far
, what are the problems with the work here ? The only obstacle is the weather, sir. We're stuck like that, stuck in the middle of the sea, if there's a wave problem, we can't sail there either. We also see that the waves are quite high, so our working hours are somewhat limited due to the weather. Because the rainy season also hampered his work? That's right, maybe the weather is our problem. Mbak Indah can you please explain how to use this bamboo from the beginning until it reaches the sea , how is the process? So for the process, we fabricate the cerucuk first. We can see there, we combine 7 sticks, 1 cluster and then take it to the sea, then stake it, after that we fabricate the mattress too, we simutan parallel too, it's there, later the mattress is assembled on land and then taken to the sea, later there above is connected manually at sea.
As for the depth, sis? The depth varies from 1.5 to 2.2 meters, sir, from sea level to ground. Maybe to straighten things out, maybe many people think that using bamboo mats is a toll road, even though it's not like that, these bamboo mats are then filled with sand, so we'll do it later called PVD. This PVD is to accelerate consolidation or decline. Later, when the consolidation has been achieved, after being filled, there will be a long consolidation period, PVD is carried out for a certain period of time, after that the land has been settled, meaning the soil has been repaired, the soft soil condition in Semarang has been improved earlier. Then
proceed with the work on the structure above. Some use piles, some directly use flexible plevment , sir, so this bamboo itself is for self-improvement. The application of bamboo technology on the sea is not easy. The workers have to work hard to control the floating bamboo in the designated location. Not to mention they have to deal with erratic weather and winds that often blow very hard. The use of heavy equipment is a challenge in itself, because you have to operate it above sea level which is often hit by high waves. Therefore,
monitoring the weather and ocean waves from the BMKG becomes an important instrument in the implementation of this process. The construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road section 2 has begun in early 2021. The total investment disbursed for this project is Rp. 5.4 trillion, of which Rp. 4.3 trillion is
for construction. The Sayung-Demak toll road project is being carried out by a consortium of PT PP and Wika. Now the progress of the work has reached more than 69%. The construction process is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2022, and the section 2 toll road will start operating in 2023 with a concession of 35 years or until 2055. In section two, there are a number of activities to be carried out, including the construction of 2 interchanges in Sayung and Demak, construction of slab on pile structures, construction of embankment structures, construction of bridges, traffic boxes, and overpasses.
Mr. Dedi, currently the Semarang, Demak toll road construction process, how far has it gone, sir? So it's like this for those in section 2, section 2 starts from Sayung, where we are located here, to Demak. Currently the progress has reached 68%. As for the rest area and toll exit , how many will there be, sir? So, in principle, the Semarang-Demak Toll Road connects from the Semarang ABC Toll Road, which in Kaligawe will directly connect, so that later it will indeed be able to enter Kaligawe first. Then the second is
in Sayung, our current location is the access in and out, then the third will be in Demak the exit. For the rest area, there will be 1 rest area in section 1 approximately STA 5, that will be the first time a rest area by the sea. If it is related to the specific target of the Semarang-Demak Toll Road, when is the target for operation, sir? So for section 2 in Sayung to Demak, the construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2022, so that it can start operating in early 2023. While section 1 is planned to be completed at the end of 2024, so that it can operate in 2025. So it is hoped that by 2025 the entire area of Semarang will be completed. -Demak has been able to operate as a whole.
This toll road will be built along 16.31 kilometers, stretching from Sayung to Demak. In the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road Section 2, the toll road is built on 1350 parcels of land covering an area of 151.72 ha. The toll road structure to be built in section 2 has two types of road structures. The first is a road structure
with a typical slab on pile, and the second is a typical embankment road structure. These two types of road structures are applied according to the type of soil surface where the toll road is built. In accordance with the purpose of the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road to reduce congestion and traffic load on the north coast road, the Semarang-Demak toll road is estimated to be able to reduce the burden and volume of vehicles on the north coast lane by 60 percent. In the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road section 2, there are not many obstacles to be faced. There are only a number of plots of land that should have been acquired, but so far this has not been done. In addition, PT PP must find replacement land, to move educational facilities, offices and places of worship affected by the toll road project. This means that there are still constant obstacles in a project
, in section 2 there are not many, the last one is only land acquisition on waqf land, but Alhamdullilah it has started to narrow, the process of finding replacement land has begun. Failed meeting point? Yes yes. Then for section 1, the problem is the same, the main problem is land, because there is a lot of submerged land, this is still waiting for the presidential regulation related to the sinking land. That's the case, land that has sunk but is still in the process of land acquisition? Yes, indeed, because the land used to be land land, there is indeed a certificate then there is abrasion from sea water so that the land is now sinking. However, the certificate is still there , so it is necessary to have a policy like that whether it will be released with a replacement value of what percentage of the NJUP or what guidelines are used so that there is guidance for BPN in conducting its assessment later.
In the construction of the second section of the Semarang-Demak toll road , there are not many obstacles to be faced. There are only a number of plots of land that should have been acquired, but so far this has not been done. In addition, PT PP must find replacement land, to move educational facilities, offices and places of worship affected by the toll road project. The Semarang to Sayung area, which is close to the Java Sea coastline, has unstable soil conditions. Even in the area
there is land subsidence, where the land surface continues to decline from year to year. A number of experts have even calculated that the decrease in resistance in the Terboyo area has reached 15 centimeters. Land subsidence also occurred in the Sayung area, but the figure was not as high as in the Terboyo area. A number of experts have said that the rob that occurred in the Terboyo area until unfortunately occurred for several reasons, including an increase in sea level due to global warming, besides that it also occurred due to land subsidence. A number of parties alleged that land subsidence was exacerbated because the Terboyo to Sayung areas were being exploited for industrial areas.
Overcoming rob by integrating the structure of the Semarang-Demak toll road as a seawall, is not a risk-free option. The unstable ground surface must be balanced with suitable technology, so that the building structure is not easily damaged due to land subsidence. Land subsidence has the potential to cause microdeformation of the building structure above it.
From a geological point of view, this building will face a risk called Subsidance in the building. On the one hand, it can reduce the risk of tidal flooding in Kaligawe or in the northern part of Semarang City to Sayung. But the construction is also an opportunity that also has to adapt to the opportunity for land subsidence, so that if it is constructed, it must go down at the same time, with bamboo technology, bamboo does have good fiber, evenly distributed fibers are able to capture and reduce risk. The load of the unstable soil, if it is unstable, the unstable is caught uniformly, bamboo is indeed the most convenient medium to reduce the risk of different formations, because bamboo has a lot of fiber, and if it is spread, broken, spread out then there is soil underneath, it is hoped that this load will be balanced. . If it's
for example just cast like the streets in Grobokan, it's not balanced, the cast is broken, hopefully the bamboo will reduce the risk of deformation. In the construction of the Semarang Demak toll road Section 1, the soil condition is in the form of soft sediment which is very deep, even reaching 60 meters. This causes a very massive instability, or in terms of soil mechanics it is called shrinkage.
If the soil condition is like this, a building structure is built on it, it is very likely that waves will occur in the soil layer or also called sweling, and must be compressed so as not to damage the building structure. Meanwhile, in the construction of the second section of the toll road, the road structure is erected on land, mostly in the form of rice fields. Soil conditions in the Sayung to Demak area also have instability in the soil sediment. This condition cannot be separated from geological history, where the Demak area used to be an ocean which is now land. To stabilize
the soil structure on which the road will be built, it is necessary to compact the soil using hard materials to be able to support the load on it. So far, the Terboyo and Sayung industrial areas and were submerged by the tidal wave have been handled by raising the ground level using backfill. Not only residents who have settlements around industrial areas, the north coast road in the area also continues to be elevated to avoid tidal inundation. Elevating the structure of the land surface is not without risk, continuous elevation can result in sanitation and waterways leading from rivers to the sea can become clogged and malfunction. As a result, the tidal water will not be able to flow anywhere and will continue to pool on the lower surface. If this process of raising the
ground level continues, the retention pond that will be built on the Semarang-Demak Toll Road Section two will not function, when the stagnant water cannot be channeled into the pool to be pumped into the sea. In terms of the environment, I'm worried that today's industrial growth in Sayung is high and all industrial growth in Sayung, Demak always uses the landfill methodology, right if we look at Sayung Demak, there are people competing to elevate their houses with uruganurugan. While on the other side, across the south road, north of the industrial high road, it is very high from the land which is now turning into water, you can't go anywhere. The Semarang Demak Toll road project section 2 , which will be integrated with a seawall, complete with two retention ponds , will dry up the southern area of the toll road and can be used to increase industrial areas to grow bigger.
Because from the beginning the Terboyo and Sayung areas were designed as industrial areas. However, if the dry area is later built with a more massive building structure, especially without paying attention to environmental aspects, this will have a bad impact on the area. The government was asked to recalculate the construction load and environmental carrying capacity in the area there. If the construction load has exceeded the existing strength , it would be better if the construction for the new industry was stopped.
The government must look for other areas to create new industrial areas. If you look at this sir, currently the Sayung area has become an industrial area as well, with the condition of the contours of the land like earlier, what will happen in the future, sir, if it is still an industrial area? My advice to the government after the sea wall and toll road is the courage of the government to limit the distribution quota or the area that is converted into an industrial area, so the policy is how much is the quota from the wide distribution of an area in Sayung for industrial area growth. So the quota means that if we are quarterly for the environmental space, there are 10 quotas, so don't include 20 people to reduce the burden on the physical environment. During the Jokowi presidency, the process of land acquisition for project development was often called profit compensation, not compensation, and the Semarang Demak toll road construction project was no exception.
In this project, the land acquisition process was fairly smooth, because residents accepted their land was freed for toll road construction at a nominal value they could accept. Andi Maulana, a resident of Kudu Village RT 9 RW 2, Genuk District, Demak Regency, is one of the residents who received compensation for land acquisition for the Semarang Demak toll road project. He previously lived in Sidogemah Village, RT 4 RW 1, Sayung District, Demak Regency. The land and buildings
that he previously lived in received a very large amount of profit. Maulana said that in his previous residence there were land and buildings affected by land acquisition. The vacant land area of approximately 270 square meters received compensation of Rp. 380 million. Meanwhile, the house they are occupying will receive a compensation of Rp. 1.1 billion. From this money, Andi's family can pay off debts, build a house in a new location and buy a car. Mas Andi, how do you feel after receiving compensation for the land acquisition for this toll road, Mas? It's counted as happy, yes, Mas.
What year is that sir? In 2019 how many people were there, Mas? In Sidogemah itself, there are about four hundred, 400 families. How much land does Jenengan Mas receive in exchange for the acquisition of this toll road, Mas? The first is that the vacant land is approximately two hundred and seventy in size, and the compensation is Rp. 380 million, Mas. If the boarding house is Rp. 120 million and the same house I live in is Rp. 1.1 billion.
So that's different, right, Mas? It's different. That's what makes you different, Mas, at the same time? Start that side of the road. That highway costs 2 million per meter of land , the deeper you go, the cheaper it gets. Does the building have an effect, too? If you can't predict the building, Mas, there are slatted houses that are even higher, even with walls, some are lower.
Low even? He'em What are the toll profits used for, Mas? Alhamdullilah, I was able to build this house, which has an empty plot of land. Alhamdullilah sir. Thank God you already have a house and land to replace it, right? He'em, and it got cars too. Apart from Andi and his family, there are about 100 families of Sidogemah residents who live in the new location. They built a house on the plot of land from the profit they received. However, not all residents get the same nominal . There are residents who receive a fairly low compensation even though the house building is fairly good, but there are also residents who receive a lower compensation even though their house building is better. There is no definite benchmark regarding
price determination from the government. The story of Sidogemah who is happy to receive a profit is in contrast to the story of Suparwi, a resident of Pulosari Village RT 5 RW1, Karang Tengah District, Demak Regency. The rice fields that he has been working on so far have been evicted for the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road, without receiving any compensation.
According to Suparwi, the socialization of toll road construction has been going on for a long time. He had attended the socialization in 1997. After so many years there was no more news regarding the project. Instead, he admitted that he was surprised when heavy equipment suddenly filled the rice fields that he was still working on, in 2018.
Mbah Parwi , since when did the land acquisition here , Mbah? Since 1997 it seems that. Once called, there was a plan to free a toll road in the Grogol area. I'm suggesting that this is agricultural land for the lives of our children and grandchildren, since it's used by the state for toll roads, it's fine as long as it's in accordance with the general market. Then for the next step there is a payment plan, the minimum price plan is never invited. This is it, this letter is essentially to produce yesterday to hand over the land.
Certificate number 471 for toll road construction. I don't know. Jenengan had not received the compensation earlier, so there was no agreement. There is no agreement, even with this signature, I don't want to. The toll officer said it's okay to not sign . One, two days may still be done. That's called forcible taking, there's no negotiable, how come it's straight away.
As far as I know, I'm a villager, I have stuff, there's a letter that has to be finished first, how come it's straight away , it's like disrespecting small people, not being treated as well as possible. He actually admitted that he had no problem with the land being used for toll road construction. However, he requested that the land acquisition process be carried out properly, like other residents who have received land acquisition funds. Because, he can prove ownership of the
land through the land certificate that he still holds. He actually admitted that he had no problem with the land being used for toll road construction. However, he requested that the land acquisition process be carried out properly, like other residents who have received land acquisition funds. Because, he can prove ownership of the land through the land certificate that he still holds. The process of constructing the northern coast toll road section , which will be connected to the Trans Java toll road, continues. After the Semarang-Demak toll road is completed, the next stage is the construction of the Demak Kudus, Kudus Pati toll roads, up to Tuban, East Java.
Currently, the development process of the Demak Kudus and Kudus Pati toll roads is in the process of socializing to the public. The issue of land acquisition and the placement of toll exits has become a hot topic of discussion among the people of Kudus and Pati, as well as the local district government. The construction of the 10.39 km Semarang Sayung Toll Road has begun.
Currently, the development process has tried bamboo technology as a mat and a cone which will later support the structure of the toll road above the sea. The section 1 Semarang-Demak toll road, in addition to reducing congestion, also functions as a sea wall to cope with tidal flooding in the industrial area. Meanwhile, the construction of the Semarang-Demak toll road section 2, Sayung to Demak has begun since last year and is targeted for completion this year. The development process
in the north coast of Java will continue from Kudus, Pati, Rembang to Tuban. Currently, the process of constructing the toll roads in Kudus and Pati is only in the stage of socialization to the public. We will explore the toll road construction process in Kudus and Pati in Liputan next. See you on the next Beta News Special Coverage .