Applicable Local No. 9 In 2009

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 9 Tahun 2009

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REGIONAL CIREBON CITY GAZETTE GAZETTE CITY of CIREBON AREA number 9 of 2009 SERIES C CITY of CIREBON AREA REGULATION No. 9 in 2009 ABOUT CONDUCTING the RELATIONSHIP with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MAYOR of CIREBON, Considering: a. that the inaugural transportation artery is one economy that has a very important role in supporting and encouraging the growth and development in all sectors; b. that organizing in the field of transport in the town of Cirebon needs to be laid out and arranged back to support performance improvement services to the community so as to materialize the Organization of transport that is safe, comfortable, orderly, and smoothly; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b need to regulate the Organization of Transportation in local regulations; 2 Remember: 1. Act No. 16 of 1950 on the establishment of areas of major cities in the province of East Java/Java/Java and in the special region of Yogyakarta as amended by Act No. 13 of 1954 about Modifying Act No. 16 and 17 in 1950 (Republic of Indonesia before) about the formation of large cities and small towns in Java (Gazette Republic of Indonesia Number 40 of 1954 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 551); 2. Act No. 23 of 1997 on environmental management (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3674); 3. Law number 5 of 1999 concerning the prohibition of Monopolies and competition practices are Unhealthy Efforts (the Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 33 of 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3825); 4. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Laws-invitation (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); http://www.bphn.go.id/3 5. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as amended several times with the Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 6. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regional Government (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 7. Act No. 38 of 2004 concerning road (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 132 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4444); 8. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 9. Act No. 17 of 2008 about the voyage (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 64 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4849); 4 10. Act No. 1 of 2009 about the flight (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4956); 11. Act No. 22 of 2009 about traffic and Road Transport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2009 Number 96, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5025); 12. Government Regulation number 26 in 1985 about the way (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 37 in 1985, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3293); 13. Government Regulation Number 41 in 1993 about the Road Transport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 1993 at number 169, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3893); 14. Government Regulation Number 42 in 1993 about the inspection of motor vehicles on the road (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 60 in 1993, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3528 non); 15. Government Regulation Number 43 of 1993 concerning road traffic and Infrastructure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 60 in 1993, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3529); http://www.bphn.go.id/5 16. Government Regulation Number 44 in 1993 about the vehicle and the driver (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 64 in 1993, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3530); 17. Government Regulation Number 40 in 1995 on air transport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 1995, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3626); 18. Government Regulation number 1 of 1998 concerning the examination of the ship's Crash (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 1998, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3722); 19. Government Regulation Number 69 in 1998 about the infrastructure and means of railways (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 189 in 1998, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3795); 20. Government Regulation Number 82 in 1999 about the aquatic Transportation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 187 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3907); 21. Government Regulation number 7 in 2000 about Kepelautan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 13 in 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3929); 6 22. Government Regulation Number 81 in 2000 about Kenavigasian (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 160); 23. Government Regulation number 3 of 2001 about Aviation Security and safety (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2001 number 9, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4967); 24. Government Regulation Number 56 in 2001 about the reporting of the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 100 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4124); 25. Government Regulation Number 69 in 2001 about Kepelabuhanan (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 127 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4145); 26. Government Regulation Number 70 in 2001 about Kebandarudaraan (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 128 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4146); 27. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about Coaching Guidelines and supervision of the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); http://www.bphn.go.id/


7 28. Government Regulation number 6 in 2009 about the type and price of the above types of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable to the Department of transportation; 29. The regional Regulation No. 5 of 2007 about The Rulemaking area (City of Cirebon Area Sheet 2007 No. 5); 30. Local regulations No. 12 in 2008 about the details of the Affairs of the Government that Implemented the Government town of Cirebon (Cirebon City Gazette in 2008, an additional Sheet No. 12 City of Cirebon Area Serial number 19 D); 31. Local regulations number 14 in 2008 about the Department-Department of City Government in the Region of Cirebon (Cirebon City Gazette in 2008 number 14, the city of Cirebon Area Sheet Extra Number 21 Serie D); Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and MAYOR of the CITY of CIREBON CIREBON DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE ORGANIZATION of TRANSPORTATION. 8. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. the city is the city of Cirebon. 2. The Government is the Central Government and the Government of the province of West Java. 3. The Government of the city is the city of Cirebon. 4. The Mayor is the Mayor of Cirebon. 5. The Regional Secretary is the Secretary of the regional city of Cirebon. 6. Representatives of the regional PARLIAMENT is hereinafter referred to as the House of representatives of the city of Cirebon Area. 7. The working Units of the device area, which can further abbreviated SEGWAY is a unit of Work Devices that implement city areas the authority autonomous city areas in order of implementation decentralized the field of transportation in City Government environment. 8. The technical Implementing Agency is Implementing Technical Department as implementing operational elements most task Office. 9. Road transport infrastructure is the land in any way encompasses all parts of the road intended for the traffic. 10. Motor vehicle is a vehicle that is driven by technical equipment that were in the vehicle. 11. The vehicle is a motor vehicle that is Not driven by the power of people or animals. 12. Transport was the transfer of people and/or goods from one place to another by using the vehicle. 13. Transport of goods is the transfer of goods from one place to another by using the vehicle. http://www.bphn.go.id/9 14. Public vehicle is any motor vehicle which is provided for use by the public with paid admission. 15. The routes of public transport path is for the Ministry of transport of people by bus car, which had its origin and destination travel remains, the fixed, and fixed schedules or not scheduled. 16. The network of routes is a collection of routes-routes that become one unified service network transportation people. 17. Cross-Network is a collection of path into one unified service network traffic transport of goods. 18. Passenger Terminal is for road transport infrastructure for the purposes of lowering and raising the passenger, intra and/or transfer between modes of transport, as well as organize arrival and depart of public transportation. 19. Freight Terminal is for road transport infrastructure for the purposes of dismantling and loading of the goods, as well as the transfer of intra and/or between modes of transport. 8. parking is the State of not moving a vehicle which is not temporary. 21. The testing of motor vehicles is a series of activities to test and/or check out the parts of the motor vehicle, trailer, buggy plugin, and special vehicles in order fulfillment against technical requirements and be eligible to the street. 22. public motor vehicle repair shop is the place to correct, improve, and maintain a motor vehicle to meet technical requirements and be eligible to the street. 10 23. Kepelabuhanan is everything to do with the activities of the Organization of the port and other activities in carrying out the functions of the port to support smooth, security, and order flow of traffic of ships, passengers, and/or goods, the safety of sailing as well as the transfer of intra and inter mode of transportation. 24. The port is made up of the land and the waters around it with a certain boundaries as the place of the activity of Government and economic activities to be used as a place to ship lean, docked, passengers up and down, and/or loading and unloading goods equipped with the safety of shipping, and supporting the activities of the port as well as the place of displacement of intra and inter mode of transportation. 25. Ocean freight transport activity is any vessel for transporting passengers, goods, and/or animals in one trip or more than one port to another port organized by ocean freight companies. 26. The ship was underwater with any type of form and used with mechanical power, wind power, or postponed, including the vehicle that empowered support dynamic, vehicles under water as well as buoyancy, and building a floating switch. 27. goods transport activities are Sailing, passengers/animal between two different places and connected by sea/air by using the ship as a means of transport. 28. Kenavigasian is an activity that covers everything related to the cruise navigation AIDS, telecommunications cruise, hydrographic, grooves and crossing, scouting, the handling of the frame of the ship, salvage, and underwater work for the interests of the safety of the cruise. http://www.bphn.go.id/


11 29. Shipping traffic includes naval ships, floating building that can be used for restaurants, hotels, and more. 30. The airport is an airfield which is used for landing and take-off the aircraft, passengers up and down, and/or unloading cargo and/or mail, as well as equipped with flight safety and as a place to transfer between modes of transport. 31. The area of the working environment of airports hereafter referred to DLKr Airport is an area of land and/or waters to be used directly for the airport. 32. The area of the safety of flight operations are hereinafter referred to as KKOP is area of land and/or waters and air space around the airport used for flight operations activities in order to ensure the safety of the flight. 33. Local Transportation Landscape or abbreviated TATRALOK is organized in the order of transportation system consisting of road transport, rail transport, sea transport, air transport, and each consists of facilities and infrastructure that are interacting to form a system of transport services that are effective, efficient, integrated, harmonious and functional serving displacement of people and/or goods between the nodes in the area of the city. CHAPTER II AIMS and OBJECTIVES article 2 (1) the meaning of the regulation of this area was to carry out construction in the field of transportation by setting operational policies covering aspects of the setting, monitoring, and control. 12 (2) the purpose of regulation of this area is to: a. ensure legal certainty towards service to the Community transport service users; b. guarantee protection to the business activities of the field of transportation; c. ensure the environmental sustainability of the impact of traffic organization of transportation due to the use of space; and d. provide guarantees of security and safety of organizing the relationship. CHAPTER III SCOPE article 3 scope of the Regulations in this Area, include the following: a. determination of the operational activities of the Organization of the transport policy; b. Organization of the operational mentoring relationship; c. Organization of the transportation arrangements; d. monitoring and control of organization of transportation; and e. the imposition of sanctions against violation of local regulations. CHAPTER IV LEVEL of LOCAL TRANSPORTATION (TATRALOK) article 4 (1) the Organization of transportation in the city is based on the level of local transportation (TATRALOK), which is set through Regulations the Mayor. (2) the preparation of the TATRALOK referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by SEGWAY. http://www.bphn.go.id/13 (3) TATRALOK as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. determination of direction and policy plan local transportation; and b. the development plan of transportation by land, sea, and air. Chapter V ORGANIZATION of LAND TRANSPORTATION is considered part of the traffic and Road Transport road traffic 1 Paragraph article 5 (1) for safety, security, public order, and smooth traffic done traffic engineering and management in accordance with the legislation. (2) traffic management as referred to in subsection (1) includes planning activities, setting up, monitoring, and controlling traffic. (3) traffic engineering as mentioned in subsection (1) includes planning activities, development, procurement and installation of equipment facilities, and maintenance of the road. (4) traffic engineering and Management as referred to in subsection (1) done by SEGWAY. Article 6 Any development plan and/or the development of an area of activity that cause attraction and traffic generation, obligatory impact analysis of traffic. 14 Paragraph 2 of organizing Freight Terminal article 7 (1) of the goods is the Terminal infrastructure for road transport for the purposes of dismantling and loading of goods as well as the transfer of intra and/or between modes of transport. (2) the determination of the location of the terminal stuff done by considering Local Transport of the city Landscape, among others: a. General spatial plan; b. road capacity; c. traffic density; d. integration with other transport modes; and e. environmental sustainability. (3) goods terminal services includes the following: a. Services place of unloading the goods; b. use of the parking service vehicle transport goods to break or during waiting for departure; and c. the service use of vehicle parking facilities, in addition to the transport of goods. (4) the use of terminal services items are subject to a levy which is set by local regulations. Article 8 (1) the Ministry of transport of goods traffic in the city is carried out in the network traffic. (2) the determination of the network traffic specified by regulation. http://www.bphn.go.id/


3 (3) the activities of loading and unloading of goods in the city with a certain tonnage, performed at places specified by allocation be warehousing, yard, or facilities provided by the owner of the goods, in particular and/or specific places are provided and defined by the Mayor. (4) for the purposes of controlling the loading and unloading of goods, the Mayor set the place, time, and route incoming goods vehicles out of the city. Paragraph 3 of the road traffic control article 9 (1) of the road traffic control is a series of actions taken by officers of the SEGWAY for the examination of the driver and/or vehicle about meeting the technical requirements and be eligible to the road as well as the fulfillment of administrative requirements of completeness permitting transport. (2) the examination of vehicles on the road as referred to in subsection (1) is a series of actions taken by the examiner at a particular location. (3) the examination of vehicles on the road performed by examiners civil servants who have certain qualifications. Paragraph 4 of the road traffic Infrastructure article 10 (1) for the purposes of the arrangement, use and fulfillment needs of transport, roads are divided into several classes. 16 (2) the determination of the grade of the city referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Mayor over proposition instance constructor of the road. Article 11 (1) of the road traffic Infrastructure includes the following: a. the signs consist of four (4) groups, namely: 1. warning signs; 2. prohibition signs; 3. signs orders; and 4. sign up instructions. b. road markers serve to regulate traffic or warn or guide road users in traffic that consists of: 1. longitudinal markings; 2. transverse markings; 3. angle markers; 4. marka coat of arms; and 5. other markers. c. Tool Giver Traffic Signals (APILL) serves to set up the vehicle and pedestrian, or consist of: 1. lamp color, to set up three vehicles; 2. lamp color, to set two vehicles and/or pedestrians; and 3. single color lights, to give warning of danger to the users of the road. d. governing road user Tools that are used for controlling or limiting the speed, measure against the charge of vehicles on certain road sections consist of: 1. the limiting speed of tool; and 2. tool height and width of the border. http://www.bphn.go.id/17 e. road user safety Tools used for security against users of the road consists of: 1. the road safety fence (guard rail); 2. the mirror bends; 3. deliniator; 4. traffic Islands; and 5. Ribbon penggaduh. f. support facilities include roads, pedestrian facilities, parking on the road, stops/shelters, rest areas, and street lighting. (2) any person is prohibited attach or install something resembling, increase or reduce the meaning of signs, road markings and APILL. (3) APILL which is the command should take precedence of signs and/or road markings. (4) the Organization of the development, procurement, road traffic infrastructure installation can be done by business entities or individuals having obtained specific technical endorsement of SEGWAY. Paragraph 5 of article 12 of the motor vehicle Transfer (1) the transfer of a motor vehicle is done in an attempt to order and smooth traffic. (2) the transfer of motor vehicles can be carried out by officers of the SEGWAY. 18 (3) the transfer of a motor vehicle referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in the event of: a. damage to motor vehicles and technical stops or parking at prohibited place to stop and/or parking; b. vehicles parked in prohibited places to stop and/or parking; and c. a vehicle parked in the street is not known to the owner within a period of 2x24 hours. Article 13 (1) a vehicle the technical damage referred to in article 12 paragraph (3) of the letters b, can be moved to a place that does not interfere with the smooth running of traffic on the initiative of the driver of the vehicle. (2) If after a period of 15 (fifteen) minutes since the vehicle stopped or parked, drivers of vehicles referred to in subsection (1) does not move their vehicles, removal of the vehicle was conducted by officers of the SEGWAY. (3) the transfer of a vehicle referred to in subsection (2) is conducted by officers of the SEGWAY after the driver and/or vehicle owner not found. (4) in conducting the transfer of vehicles referred to in paragraph (3), officers of the SEGWAY must be: a. using a tow car; b. be responsible for completeness and integrity of the vehicle and its charge; c. make a news event the transfer of motor vehicles; and d. inform the owner or holder of a motor vehicle. http://www.bphn.go.id/19 Article 14 (1) of the motor vehicle transfer of business activities can be organized by business entities, cooperatives, or individual upon permission of SEGWAY. (2) the mechanism of granting a permit referred to in subsection (1) must satisfy the following requirements: a. have the company certificate for the applicant legal entity Indonesia or a sign of identity for individual applicant citizen of Indonesia; b. have a master or motor vehicles that meet the technical requirements and be eligible to the road as well as additional equipment, among other things: 1. pulley; 2. rope towing; and 3. hidrolis equipment, pneumatic or mechanical. c. submit the name list and curriculum vitae of personnel managers and instructors who have the qualifications required. Paragraph 6 of article 15 Men of organizing the transport of (1) the transport of people by public transport is done using buses and passenger cars. (2) Transport of people by public transport as referred to in subsection (1) served by routes, consisting of: a. a fixed and regular routes; and b. not in routes. 20 article 16 (1) for the Ministry of transport of people by public transport within a fixed and regular routes in the city as stipulated in article 15 paragraph (2) letter a is performed in the network routes are hereinafter referred to as the city's transport. (2) Transport of people by public transport is not in the number referred to in Article 15 paragraph (2) letter b consists of: a. the taxi transport; b. transport rent; c. tourism transport; d. environmental transport; and e. the special transport. Article 17 the city transit fare Determination set by regulation the Mayor. Paragraph 7 Rickshaw Transport business license Article 18 (1) any person or business entity that seeks in the field of transport obligated pedicab business license. (2) the business of freight tricycles can be done by business entities, cooperatives, or individuals. (3) business license apply to entrepreneurs. (4) the business license is valid throughout the rickshaw transport in the real is still running. http://www.bphn.go.id/


21 Paragraph 8 Operating Permits Becak article 19 (1) every pedicab operation as a means of public transport in the city must have a permission of operation. (2) an operating Permit is valid for every rickshaws operated. (3) compulsory Employers ask permission for each operating a pedicab operation. (4) the operating License as referred to in subsection (1) is given in the form of a decision of the head of the SEGWAY. (5) the operating Permit is valid for a period of 1 (one) year with the obligation to upgrade it for the same time period as long as employers are still significantly operates rickshaw as a business and there has been no provision of local regulations that limit or prohibit pedicab business. (6) operating Permits becak transferable or transferable for any reason to another party without the written permission of SEGWAY. Paragraph 9 of operating a Pedicab article 20 (1) for the control of traffic, set the amount of the allocation, area of operation, and operating time. (2) operation of a rickshaw is entirely within the city, except for sections of the road that is set as the rickshaw-free area. 22 (3) operating time rickshaw divided by day and night with time limits: a. Day from 06.00 until 18.00 PM BST. b. the evening from 18.00 until 06.00 pm. (4) the Rickshaws that operate as intended in paragraph (3) set out the characteristics and identity with the Mayor. (7) Tricycles that are permitted to operate a mandatory evening meets the provisions of the safeguards by putting up signs and lights and turned on the light reflectors are as follows: a. on the position at the side of the left body of the rickshaw; and b. on the position of the back of the pedicab. (6) any rickshaws which run letters must be completed: a. the obligation of employers to include it: 1. the business license and sign a list of anniversary; and 2. the operating permit. b. obligations of drivers carry a DRIVER'S LICENSE, and asked for the papers referred to a letter from businessman to indicated any time conducted the examination. Article 21 (1) Rickshaws are not allowed to transport people or goods exceed the capacity to transport power pedicab specified in the operating permit and add, obscure, eliminate legitimate sign of rickshaws, or change the shape/model rickshaw in accordance with technical specifications that have been set. (2) public transportation is not a motor operate on the road, the settings adjust the provision for rickshaws. http://www.bphn.go.id/23 Paragraph 10 of organizing the transport of the goods Article 22 (1) Transport of goods by motor vehicles is done using the car stuff. (2) Transport of goods referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. General goods transport; and b. special goods transport, include: 1. the transportation of toxic and hazardous materials (B3); 2. container transport; and 3. heavy equipment transport. Article 23 (1) of the motor vehicle to transport special goods, compulsory: a. meet the safety requirements in accordance with the goods transported; and b. specific signs are given the appropriate items are transported. (2) Freight container using a special motor vehicle transport crates. (3) Freight container referred to in subsection (2), mandatory: a. through the network traffic specified for container transport; and b. the notice requirements of the safety charge. 24 Paragraph 11 Transport Business License Article 24 (1) the business activities of transport of people and goods transport or by public transportation is done by the business entity. (2) to perform business activities of transport referred to in paragraph (1) the employers required to have a business license of the shuttles. (3) permission referred to in subsection (2) is published by the SEGWAY is valid for existing transport still remain unanswered and done re list any 1 (one) year. (4) transport business license revoked if: a. transportation company violated applicable provisions; and/or b. transport companies not doing business activities of transport. Paragraph 12 Trackage and Operating Licenses Permitting the transport of article 25 (1) of organizing the transport of people by public transport within a fixed and regular route as well as routes in the region are not in the City as stipulated in article 15, compulsory trackage with permission and/or license the operations. (2) the Permit number and/or the operating permit for the territory of the transit operations bordering Cirebon district organizing ijinnya can be implemented through collaboration arranged by decision together. http://www.bphn.go.id/25 Article 26 (1) Permit the routes/operations referred to in Article 25 published by SEGWAY or agencies appointed by the Mayor, is valid for 5 (five) years and can be extended. (2) the granting of a permit referred to in subsection (1) are equipped with on-site Supervision Cards each and are valid for 6 (six) months. (3) the extension of the permit and the supervision referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), put forward one (1) month or at least 14 (fourteen) days prior to expiration. (4) Every holder of a permit, prohibited trade in permissions to the other party. Article 27 Every holder of a permit or permit the operation of the routes required to: a. meet the obligations set out in the permit number or operating permit; b. operate public service vehicles that meet the technical requirements and be eligible roadway; c. reporting in the event of a change of domicile, ownership of the vehicle, and the name of the company; d. reported activities of the operational transport each month; and e. transport obligated to obey the conditions of delivery of mail and passenger accident coverage mandatory funds according legislation. 26 Article 28 route Permit or operating permit does not apply because: a. the transport business has been concluded; b. the permit holder returned by; c. revocation of permits; and d. expiration. Article 29 (1) the holder of a permit referred to in article 27 and the holder of the permit the transport route Between the city of in the province (CROSS) and Interstate Transport Between provinces (AKAP) based on legislation can make use of a motor vehicle strayed from its own permissions by using the permissions incidental. (2) specifically for transporting groups of cadaver introduction not required permit incidental, but must report to the SEGWAY. Article 30 (1) every vehicle to transport people in a fixed and regular mandatory route eligible: a. the identity of the public transport vehicles; b. Board routes; c. types of routes are served; d. the driver's identity is placed on the dashboard that is issued by the respective transport companies; and e. complete boxes with their contents. (2) to the aesthetics and beauty of public transport vehicles in the city, it is illegal to put up a billboard/advertising other than the sign and identity in accordance with the set. http://www.bphn.go.id/


27 Paragaraf 13 construction of public transport Drivers and driving schools article 31 (1) a public transport vehicle Crew in the city include the driver and the driver's helper which is a part of the company so that activities related to the tasks given by the company is the responsibility of the employers to the transit crew of public transportation. (2) the driver of a public transport as referred to in subsection (1) is required to follow skills training services and public transport safety as evidenced by certificates of drivers of public transport. (3) a certificate referred to in subsection (2) is published by the Mayor of the SEGWAY. Article 32 in the operation of vehicles for public transport services, the driver of a public transport obligated on duty: a. comply with the provisions in the field of services and transport safety; b. behave polite and friendly; c. do not drink beverages containing alcohol, drugs, narcotics or other drugs; and d. comply with the working time, rest periods and the corresponding driver turnover conditions. 28 Article 33 Coaching against the holding of a driving education include direction, guidance and technical assistance as well as the supervision against provision of learning facilities and infrastructure as well as curriculum includes theory as well as practice implemented by SEGWAY. Paragraph 14 is the responsibility of Transport Entrepreneurs Article 34 (1) public transport Entrepreneur responsible for the deeds of the people who dipekerjakannya in the activities of the Organization of the transport. (2) public transport Employers liable for damages suffered by passengers because of death or injuries arising from the Organization of the transport, unless it can prove that the passenger died or wound caused by an occurrence that should not be prevented or escape or fault of the passenger himself. (3) public transport obligated Employers insure their responsibilities as referred to in paragraph (2). Paragraph 3 of article 35 and the agent Pool (1) public transport Entrepreneurs who have a vehicle at least 5 (five) is obligated to provide storage facilities or pool motor vehicle that serves as a resting place, where your vehicle maintenance, and repair of vehicles that meet the technical requirements. http://www.bphn.go.id/29 (2) operation of public transport obligated pool listed on the SEGWAY. Article 36 place Booking Agent and/or sale of public transport services could be in terminal, car-pool and/or somewhere else that permits, after obtaining the consent of the SEGWAY. The second part of parking outside the road Paragraph 1 the determination of the location of the parking facility to the public Article 37 (1) parking facilities to the public consists of: a. the parking facilities to the public on the road (on street); and b. for the public parking facilities outside of the road (off street). (2) the determination of the location of the parking facility to the public as referred to in subsection (1) done by SEGWAY having regard to: a. the General spatial plan of the city; b. the safety and smooth traffic; c. environmental sustainability; and d. the ease for users of the service. 30 Paragraph 2 the Organization of Parking outside the road Article 38 (1) organizers of the parking lot outside the road is any organiser or a provider or provider of the parking lot outside the road to the public either picked or not picked up the rental parking lot, which was carried out by an individual, business entity, or Government. (2) providing and organizing the parking lot can be: a. supporting facilities that are not an integral part of the Ministry activity center; and b. its own service facilities, which include: parking, parking deck, parking care, motor vehicle, motor vehicle and garage for rent. (3) Organizing the parking function: a. as a service free of charge (free) to support a Ministry activity center; or b. as a commercial venture that wearing the rent to any user of the service. Article 39 (1) every public parking providers outside of the road in the city is obligated to have permission of SEGWAY. (2) a permit is valid for the parking lot is still enabled for real as a means of parking services. (3) a permit is not transferable to another party. http://www.bphn.go.id/


31 article 40 (1) to obtain a permit, organizers must apply in writing to the SEGWAY equipped with General requirements and the requirements of the administration. (2) pay cash levies a permit. Paragraph 3 rights and obligations of users and Providers of parking Services Article 41 (1) parking services user rights are: a. obtain service Park the vehicle in a parking place as well as possible from the organizers; b. get a sense of security and convenience for Park the vehicle in the parking lot of the organizers; c. receive tickets and a set of security tools in the form of manual or mechanical means of parking attendants; and d. get a replacement over the lost or damaged vehicle/goods in the vehicle which was parked from the organizers. (2) the obligation of parking service users are: a. adhering to park a vehicle in a parking lot that was issued by the Organizer; b. install double locks on the vehicle and locked it perfectly; c. do not leave valuable items/goods are dangerous in a vehicle; d. pay the rent in accordance with the provisions of the parking rates are set by the Organizer; and 32 e. Save and restore a set of security tools in the form of manual or mechanical as well as parking tickets at the time of going out of the parking lot. (3) the right of the organizers is to: a. hold the vehicle out of the parking lot, if the owner/driver could not indicate proof of parking has been provided by the organisers, to the concerned can prove legitimate ownership with the vehicle; b. wearing fine to service users due to the loss of tool control or security has been given parking tickets; c. reprimand or warn users of the service will park your vehicle in negligence; d. accept the payment of the rent of service users; and e. reserves the right to release themselves from responsibility for the loss or destruction of the vehicle/goods in a vehicle, as long as not due to negligence of the organizers. (4) the liability of the Organizer is to: a. provide a parking space with sufficient facilities and facilitate the parking of vehicles; b. providing full security and parking tickets as well as give it to service users at the moment of entering the parking lot; c. provide the clerk-professional parking attendants; d. always watching tight against the security and safety of the vehicle is parked; e. ask back a set of security tools in the form of manual or mechanical and control parking tickets on any vehicle out of the parking lot; and http://www.bphn.go.id/33 f. put the Bulletin Board in the parking lot that is clear and easy to see, read, and understood by every user of the service. Paragraph 4 the imposition of Rent Clause 42 (1) every organiser that provide parking places as commercial business wearing the rent to any user of the service. (2) the imposition of rent can be assigned: a. based on the length of time parking; or b. the imposition for every time. (3) the imposition of rent based on the length of time parked, set as follows: a. the imposition for the first hour of parking; and b. the imposition for additional hours the next. (4) the imposition of rent for parking each time set for service users vehicles parked, with time restrictions during the working time of the organizers of the parking lot. (5) the determination of the magnitude of the change and or rent payers get written consent from the Mayor after a technical review by SEGWAY. Article 43 compulsory parking Providers provide proof of parking the parking services to users. the third Section 34 Paragraph 1 Providence Terminal Conducting Passenger Terminal Section 44 (1) Passenger Terminal in the city has major facilities and ancillary facilities. (2) the development of passenger terminal facilities are conducted as needed based on the masterplan of the terminal. Article 45 (1) passenger terminal services consists of: a. the use of vehicle parking services for raising and lowering passengers; b. Services use of parking vehicles during waiting time of departure; c. use of service parking lot overnight; d. the use of the services of vehicle parking facilities, in addition to public passenger transport vehicles; and e. other services that use the terminal supporting facilities. (2) the use of the passenger terminal services are subject to a levy. Article 46 Conducting passenger terminal covers the activities of the management, maintenance, and curbing the terminal. Article 47 passenger terminal Management activities include planning, implementation, and supervision of the operations of the terminal. http://www.bphn.go.id/


35 Article 48 Regional Authority passenger terminal consists of: a. the area of the working environment, the terminal is intended for the main facility and terminal supporting facilities; b. areas supervisory terminal, is outside the area of the working environment of the terminal, which is overseen by officers to smooth the flow of traffic around the terminal. Article 49 (1) Passenger Terminal serves serving public transport to city transport between provinces, transport between towns in the province, the city's transportation and border transit. (2) public transit Vehicles in the city that have routes to terminals, mandatory entry terminal. (3) public transit Vehicles in the terminal using the terminal facilities mandatory allocation accordingly. Article 50 of the Chair of public passenger vehicles with fixed and regular route should follow the list of travel time. Article 51 (1) passenger terminal is a Visitor, introduction, guests, crew buses, people who seek in the terminal. (2) a mandatory terminal Visitors comply with the code of conduct of visitors which is set in the terminal. 36 Article 52 Visitors terminal as stipulated in article 51 are prohibited: a. making the terminal as a place of prostitution, the activities and the use of obscene or trade/distribute narcotic and psychotropic drugs, additives, alcohol, and gambling in any form; b. Act as brokers; and/or c. carrying or using the goods are dangerous, toxic, sharp weapons, firearms, poisons flames/firecrackers, except the authorized officer. Article 53 (1) every business entity, cooperatives or individuals can organise business activities supporting the terminal facilities are regulated in accordance with the laws-invitation. (2) business activities referred to in paragraph (1) required to have a permit from the Mayor. (3) a permit referred to in subsection (2) applies for the duration of the agreement and for the business activities is still running. (4) a permit referred to in subsection (2) is not transferable in any way to another party without the consent of the Mayor. http://www.bphn.go.id/37 part four Paragraph 1 means Safety Engineering and engineering Means motor vehicles Article 54 (1) every vehicle that operated in the city must meet the technical requirements and be eligible to the street. (2) the fulfillment of the technical requirements and be eligible to the road as referred to in paragraph (1) in accordance with the legislation. Paragraph 2 of article 55 of the motor vehicle Testing (1) for the fulfilment of technical requirements and be eligible to any road vehicle, a company based in the city of mandatory testing. (2) Testing the vehicle referred to in subsection (1) is the periodic test is carried out in order to guarantee safety, environmental sustainability, and public service. (3) periodic test Period referred to in subsection (1) apply for 6 (six) months. Article 56 (1) to carry out periodic test the first time, the owner of the vehicle must deliver a written petition to the SEGWAY by attaching the necessary requirements. 38 (2) the requirements referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the Registration Certificate of type Test; b. license plate Number of the vehicle (VEHICLE REGISTRATION) of the city; c. the Resident Card (KTP) owner of the vehicle is a legitimate and valid; d. letter of Herregistrasi Type Test issued by the Department of transportation West Java province; e. technical specifications vehicles; and f. the certificate Change Form from the company carrosserie who already have permission. Article 57 in order to achieve the objectives referred to in Article 55, then: a. the implementing unit testing of any motor vehicles, must be equipped with facilities and equipment testing; b. testing performed by functional testers motor vehicle; c. testing must be done according the procedures and ordinances as well as at locations that have been defined using the available testing equipment; d. test results should be accurate and responsive; e. test equipment calibration must be performed on a periodic basis; and f. the capacity testing facilities and equipment must have to be proportional to the amount of mandatory vehicle testing. Article 58 the implementation of periodic testing consists of: (1) an assessment of the function and condition of the vehicle engineering equipment that includes the number of the runway or the number of chassis and body, its driving force, the dimensions of the motor vehicle, and additional requirements for passenger cars and public buses. http://www.bphn.go.id/39 (2) determination of status changes to discharging or deletion carried out at the end of their economical use of vehicles mandatory testing. Paragraph 3 the assessment of Technical Conditions for the removal of Vehicles Article 59 (1) technical condition assessment Testing is done for the purposes of removal and motor vehicle auction. (2) vehicle owner may apply for a testing technical condition assessment for the removal of a vehicle to the SEGWAY with meet the requirements as follows: a. submit a photo copy and shows the original vehicle documents; b. the original test book in such vehicles including motor vehicles mandatory testing; c. the Resident Card (KTP) owner of the vehicle is a legitimate and valid; and d. pay the levy assessment testing technical conditions for removal of the vehicle. Paragraph 4 of the General motor vehicle repair shop of article 60 (1) motor vehicle repair shop serves to correct, fix and maintain a motor vehicle to meet the technical requirements of road and be eligible to create/improve construction/carrosserie motor vehicles, comprising: a. public motor vehicle maintenance workshop; and b. garage carrosserie/construction of motor vehicles. 40 (2) Organizing public motor vehicle repair shop business referred to in subsection (1) done by business entities, cooperatives, or individuals. Article 61 General Repairing motor vehicles referred to in Article 60, paragraph (1) must obtain a business license from the workshops of SEGWAY. Article 62 general maintenance Repairing motor vehicles referred to in Article 60 paragraph (1) letter a have earned certification from an institution that has been designated by the Government, can be transformed into a motor vehicle testing workshop first obtain recommendations from SEGWAY. CHAPTER VI ORGANIZATION of the SEA TRANSPORTATION is considered part of the setting of the master plan, the area of the working environment (DLKr) and the Environment (DLKP) interests of the Seaports of article 63 the designation master plan, the area of the working environment (DLKr) and the Regional Environmental Interests (DLKP) Seaport mandatory recommendations of the Mayor. http://www.bphn.go.id/


41 the second part of the business activities in the port of Article 64 (1) the business activities of the Tally, the business of loading and unloading to and from the ship and expedition/freight forwarder in the port city of mandatory permission from SEGWAY. (2) the issuance of a business license and organization of the activities of the salvage/Underwater Job approval (PBA) in the town of mandatory recommendations of the SEGWAY. (3) a permit referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is valid for 1 (one) year and extendable compulsory every year. The third part of the Ships Measuring less than gross tonnage GT 7 of article 65 (1) a ship-sized GT gross tonnage less than 7 residing and/or operating in the territorial waters of the city is obligated to meet the safety requirements. (2) Ships measuring less than gross tonnage GT 7 residing and/or operating in the territorial waters of the city is obligated to have a Small Fitting published by SEGWAY. (3) the small Fitting term for 1 (one) year and extendable compulsory every year. 42 CHAPTER VII ORGANIZATION of AIR TRANSPORTATION is considered part of the planning and the construction Airports Article 66 determination of the Airport master plan is based on policies, norms, standards, criteria, procedures, and guidelines set out by the Government. The second part of the area of the working environment (DLKr), the area of the safety of flight operations (KKOP) and limits the area of Noise Article 67 (1) in implementing the airport assigned KKOP and DLKr. (2) the determination of the DLKr and KKOP referred to in subsection (1) is based on policies, norms, standards, criteria, procedures, and guidelines set out by the Government. Article 68 (1) DLKr used to: a. basic amenities at the airport; and b. the supporting facilities of the airport. (2) KKOP serve to: a. controlling the height of the buildings and objects grows; b. control of land use; and c. the material preparation of RTRW city. http://www.bphn.go.id/43 Article 69 in order to guarantee the safety of flight operations in the vicinity of airports so any establishment, change or preservation of buildings, stands, Tower/tower or the maintenance of the objects grow owned individuals, business entities, government agencies that are in the mandatory KKOP gained recommendations from SEGWAY organizers airport or airport authority. Article 70 of the recommendations referred to in Article 69 is imposed also on the building instead of the basic amenities of airports that are located on the land and/or waters located within the airport, DLKr taking into account the technical advice of the organizers of the airport. Article 71 (1) planning and the determination of the use of land located in the vicinity of airports is done by observing the level of noise. (2) the determination of the boundaries of the area of the noise based on the policies, norms, standards, criteria, procedures, and guidelines set out by the Government. The third part Services Kebandarudaraan in the airport Article 72 kebandarudaraan services performed for the benefit of public services, to support security and flight safety, smooth traffic and order the aircraft, passengers, and cargo and/or mail. 44 CHAPTER VIII INVESTIGATION Article 73 (1) other than by the General in charge of Investigating Officials menyidik the crime, investigators over the criminal acts referred to in the regulation of this area can also be done by the investigating Officer civil servant (1988). (2) in the performance of duties of the investigator, the investigating officials referred to in subsection (1) is authorized to: a. receive reports or complaints from a person of a criminal offence; b. did the first act at that time with respect to the incident and conduct examinations; c. sent to stop a suspect and examining the self identifier suspects; d. perform the seizure of objects and/or letter; e. taking fingerprints and a photograph of a person; f. calling the people to be heard and examined as a suspect or a witness; g. bring people experts who dperlukan in conjunction with pemriksaan matters; h. termination of investigation held after receiving instructions from General Investigators that there was no sufficient evidence, or such events does not constitute a criminal offence and thereafter notify the matter to the public prosecutor, the suspect or his family; and i. held another action according to the law which can be accounted for. (3) civil servant Investigators (1988) in the discharge of his duties as Investigators coordinating with Investigators. http://www.bphn.go.id/45 CHAPTER IX CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of article 74 (1) Whoever did the breach of the provisions of the regulation of this area is liable to criminal confinement of not longer than 6 (six) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 50,000,000.00 (fifty million rupiah). (2) a fine referred to in subsection (1) is deposited into the cash machine. (3) in addition to the criminal offence referred to in subsection (1), criminal acts in the field of land transport, sea transport, air transport, and subjected to criminal threats in accordance with the laws applicable invitation. CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 75 Permit-a permit that had been issued prior to the enactment of Regulations in this Area, still in effect along the contrary and is valid until it expires, as well as with regulations should be adapted to this region. CHAPTER XI the PROVISIONS of article 76 COVER things that haven't quite set in the regulation of this area, all about technical implementation will be further regulated on the basis of the regulation of the Mayor. 46 Article 77 with the introduction of the regulation of this area, then all provisions that are contrary to the rules of this area declared does not apply. Article 78 of the regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the sheet Area of the city of Cirebon. Set in Cirebon on October 26, 2009 the MAYOR of CIREBON, ttd, SUBARDI Enacted in Cirebon on October 30, 2009 the CITY of CIREBON AREA SLABS in 2009 No. 9 C Series http://www.bphn.go.id/


EXPLANATION of REGULATIONS 47 the CITY of CIREBON AREA number 9 in 2009 ABOUT the ORGANIZING of TRANSPORTATION i. GENERAL organization of transportation in the city of Cirebon is a very important activity and strategic in smoothing the wheels of the economy, strengthened unity and unity as well as affecting all aspects of life in the region of Cirebon town and surrounding areas. The importance of the transport sector is reflected by the increasing need for transport services, characterized by the increasing mobility of people and transport of goods and/or services in the territory of the city of Cirebon that acts as a catalyst, supporting and driving force for regional growth and equitable development outcomes. See the importance of the role of the transport sector in the city of Cirebon, the relationship of the service system of course must be integrated stylishly, both inter and intra mode, a mode that is able to realize the good transportation service availability with services that are orderly, happy, secure, convenient, fast, precise, orderly, smoothly, and with an affordable cost by purchasing power as well as paying attention to the aspect of environmental sustainability, as well as pay attention to human rights (human rights). 48 in the Regulatory area is arranged matters that are the subject matter, which concerns the Organization of land transportation fields described in some sections, namely the field of traffic and road transport, organization of parking, terminal, and the testing of motor vehicles, marine transportation and field organization of the Organization of the transport by air. Whereas the technical nature of the arrangements and operations will be regulated further by the Mayor's Decision and regulation of the head of Department. II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 is pretty clear. Article 2 is quite clear. Article 3 is quite clear. Article 4 is quite clear. Article 5 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) are aimed at traffic management safety, security, public order and the smooth traffic and performed with, among others: a. an increase in the capacity of the roads, intersections and/or road network; http://www.bphn.go.id/49 b. the granting of priority to this type of vehicle or certain road users; c. adjustments between the demand for a particular service levels with the journey taking into account the intra and inter-organizational alignment modes; and d. the determination of traffic circulation, restrictions and/or command for users of the road. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 6 the pull and traffic generation is where the activities that would give rise to travel and have an effect on traffic. Traffic impact analysis is the activity of reviewing, researching, and evaluating the generation and attraction of traffic arising in consequence of the construction of an area of activity. Article 7 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is the specific places provided and set forth the Mayor is Terminal stuff, and/or roads, or certain area designated as the area of the loading and unloading of goods. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. 50 article 8 is quite clear. Article 9 is quite clear. Article 10 is quite clear. Article 11 paragraph (1) letter a. 1. the warning signs are used to indicate a warning of danger or dangerous places on the street in front of the road users; 2. prohibition signs used to express the prohibited deeds done by the users of the road; 3. the command signs used to express a command that must be performed by a user of the road; 4. instructions signs used to express the instructions concerning the Department, street, town, place, situation, setting, facilities, and others for the users of the road. the letter b. 1. longitudinal markings in the form of lines intact, dotted line, double line, which consists of the intact and dotted line, double line consisting of two lines intact; 2. transverse markings in the form of whole lines stating the limit stop for vehicles are required to stop by the giver of traffic signals or stop signs and markings in the form of horizontal dotted line stating the limits that cannot be exceeded during the vehicle gives the opportunity to a vehicle that gets right at the main intersection; http://www.bphn.go.id/51 3. angle markers in the form of whole lines are used to indicate areas that may not be accessed early notification vehicle, already approaching the island and banned traffic traversed by vehicles; 4. marka coat can be either arrows, triangles or writings, used to reiterate the meaning of signs or to notify the user of the road that cannot be expressed with signs; 5. other road markings are markings in addition to the horizontal transverse markings, markings, markings and angle markers, symbol, in the form of: a. the lines intact, transverse or longitudinal good angle to indicate the boundaries of the parking lot; b. whole lines stretching arranged transverse way to declare the place of crossing; c. the interconnected whole line is a combination of horizontal bands and lines that form the angle of the line berbiku-biku to declare a ban on parking. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 12 is quite clear 52 chapter 13 is quite clear. Article 14 is quite clear. Article 15 is quite clear. Article 16 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter d. Environmental Transport is the transport of people by using public transportation with area of operation is limited to specific areas, such as the area of the settlement, the port area, and others. letter e. Special Transport is a Transport Ministry due to type, as well as special characteristics so that it can not be dikategorkan as a taxi transport, tourism or rent special transport namely transport employees, school children, shuttle transport special transport, seasonal rentals, and more. Article 17 is clear enough. Article 18 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/


53 article 19 is quite clear. Article 20 is quite clear. Section 21 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) no public transportation vehicle is any motor motor not provided for use by the public with paid admission. Section 22 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter b. 3 Transport of heavy equipment is classified for: 1. the heavy equipment because of its nature cannot be broken up so that the axis of the Heaviest Payload exceeds the load (MST); 2. the heavy equipment because of the nature of the dimensions exceed the maximum size has been set. Article 23 is quite clear. Article 24 paragraph (1) is quite clear. 54 paragraph (2) transport business license consists of: a. the transport business license people in a fixed and regular routes; b. business license lease transport; c. tourism transport business license; d. transportation taxi business license; e. environmental transport business license; f. Special transport business license; g. goods transport business license. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 25 paragraph (1) Permits the routes consist of: 1. the number of new applicants for a Permit; 2. Renewal of the term of the permission; 3. Change permissions: a. addition is routes or adding vehicles; b. reduction of routes or a reduction of the vehicle; c. changes to the list of travel time; d. changes to routes (in the event of a change of route, the extension of the route or routes perpendekan); e. reimbursement licensing documents are missing or damaged; f. transfer of ownership of the company; and g. replacement of vehicles covers the rejuvenation of the vehicle, the vehicle's identity, exchange changes the location of the operation of the vehicle. http://www.bphn.go.id/55 Operations consist of: 1. operating permit for new applicants; 2. renewal of the term of the permission; and 3. the change permissions: a. addition of a vehicle; b. replacement of documents lost or damaged licenses; c. changes in the ownership of the company; and d. the replacement of vehicles covers the rejuvenation of vehicles and vehicle number changes. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 26 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is a derivative of Supervisory Cards Permit Routes/operations that are attached to a vehicle which is an aggregation of Routes/operations Permit. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 27 is quite clear. Article 28 is quite clear. 56 Article 29 is pretty clear. Article 30 is quite clear. Article 31 is quite clear. Article 32 is quite clear. Article 33 the provision of learning facilities and infrastructure consisting of: 1. learning in the form of classroom facilities and adequate teaching equipment; 2. driving practice facilities in the form of an adequate field locations; and 3. vehicles for driving practice practices which come with a sign that reads exercise/learning which is clearly visible from the front and from the rear, additional brakes are operated by instructors and additional rear-view mirror back and side specifically for instructors. Article 34 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2)-responsible referred to this verse was started since he brought the passengers and ended up in a place agreed goals. http://www.bphn.go.id/57-this verse referred to Loss is the loss suffered by passengers because of death or injuries arising from the Organization of the transport, unless it can prove that the passenger died or wound caused by an occurrence that should not be prevented or escape or fault of the passenger himself. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 35 paragraph (1) provides in the sense of having, cooperation or renting. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 36 is another place that allows is a commercially viable to serve as agents. Article 37 is clear enough. Article 38 is quite clear. Article 39 is quite clear. Article 40 is quite clear. 58 Article 41 are quite clear. Article 42 is quite clear. Article 43 is quite clear. Article 44 paragraph (1) a. main Facilities in question consists of: 1. the line depart of public transportation; 2. track the arrival of public transport; 3. public vehicle parking area for waiting for departure, including the waiting place and rest areas public transport; 4. terminal office building; 5. the place of waiting passengers and/or introduction; 6. Watch Tower; 7. ticket sales counters; 8. signs and information boards; and 9. introductory vehicle parking and/or taxi. b. supporting facilities in question could be: 1. the restroom/toilet; 2. small mosque; 3. stall food/drinks, services and other goods; 4. space medicine; 5. place the washing of the vehicles; 6. maintenance and light repair Workshop; 7. space information and complaint; 8. public phone/phone stalls; 9. care of the goods; http://www.bphn.go.id/59 10. Office space; and 11. Garden. Paragraph (2) the development of passenger terminal facilities based on the master plan of the terminal with reference to the aesthetics of the building. Article 45 paragraph (1) letter e. The other service that uses terminal supporting facilities include on-site car wash and repair workshops. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 46 is pretty clear. Article 47 is quite clear. Article 48 is quite clear. Article 49 is quite clear. Article 50 is quite clear. Article 51 is clear enough. Article 52 is quite clear. 60 Article 53 Article 54 Paragraph is quite clear (1) the compulsory Vehicle test is a type of bus, car stuff, special vehicles, trailer/glue and train public service vehicles, whereas for motor vehicle type of motorcycle and passenger car, mandatory testing was implemented after legislation set. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 55 is quite clear. Article 56 is quite clear. Article 57 is quite clear. Article 58 is quite clear. Article 59 is quite clear. Article 60 sufficiently clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/


61 Article 61 is quite clear. Article 62 is quite clear. Article 63 is quite clear. Article 64 paragraph (1) is the business Tally is the company that its job count of items in the units of m3, m2 and tonnage (kg) from and/or to a ship. Paragraph (2) of the intended activities of the salvage or Underwater Work (PBA) are all activities or the work that was carried out under water, such as the installation of pipes, cables, welding under water and so on. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 65 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is the small Fitting is the National Certificate. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. 62 Section 66 is pretty clear. Article 67 is quite clear. Article 68 paragraph (1) letter a. basic amenities include: Airport safety and Security Facilities, among other Aid Flight Accident – Firefighter (PKP-PK), Salvage, visual landing bantú tools (Air field Lighting System), the system's electrical power supply, and fencing. Facilities airside (airside facility) are: 1) the runway; 2) runway strip, Runway End Safety Area (RESA), stopway, clearway; 3) off hyphen; 4) landing parking lot; 5) markers and signs; and 6) Garden (weather observation equipment and facilities). Land side facilities (landside facility) include: 1 a passenger terminal building); 2) cargo terminal building; 3) traffic control tower flight (contol tower); 4 flight operations building); 5) entrance (access road); 6) parker motor vehicle; http://www.bphn.go.id/63 7) depo refueling aircraft; 8) hangar buildings; 9) administration building/Office; 10) signs and markings; and 11) waste management facilities. the letter b. The supporting facilities that directly and indirectly support the activities of the airport and add value economically at the Providence airport, among other aircraft, workshop facilities on-site warehousing, Inn/hotel, shops, restaurants, and golf courses. Paragraph (2) letter a. Height control of buildings and objects grows applied based on 7 (seven) the area of the safety of flight operations, namely: a. the area of approach and takeoff, height limit does not exceed 1.6% slope up and out of the 3,000 m-15,000 m runway extension; b. the area of the accident hazard possibilities, limits the height does not exceed 1.6% slope direction upwards and out from 0.00 m-3,000 m runway extension;  possibility of Area 64 crash danger direction out of the primary, 0.00 m-1,100 m runway extension;  On this area prohibited for buildings and residences, specialized only for public facilities/green line (garden);  possibility of secondary accident hazard Area, direction out of 1,100 m-3,000 m runway extension;  In the area only for buildings that do not add to the level of fatality when an accident of flight, for example the place of stockpiling chemicals, fuels and the like. c. horizontal below the surface Area, the height limit does not exceed 45 m-shaped flat areas from the middle of the runway with a distance limit of transition until 4,000 m radius from the end of the runway; d. the horizontal surface below the Area outside, limit the height does not exceed 150 m-shaped flat areas from the middle of the runway with a radius of 6,000 m-15,000 m from end of the runway; http://www.bphn.go.id/65 e. Area below the surface of the cone, the height limit does not exceed the height of the bottom of the 45 m high and the top 150 m-shaped field of a cone from the middle of the runway with a 4,000-6,000 m radius m dar end of the runway; f. the area below the surface of the transition, the height limit does not exceed a slope of 14.3% direction upwards and outwards from both banks of the runway, the bottom is a 150 m or water strip runway parallel runways and the top is limited by the intersection of a line with a horizontal surface; g. the area surrounding the placement of aviation navigation AIDS, such as the Non Directional Beacon (NDB), Doppler Very High Frequency Omni Directional Range (DVOR)/Distance Measuring Equipment (DME), an Instrument Landing System (ILS) and RADAR. Article 69 of the permission granted is one of the technical requirements for the issuance of Fatwas Permit Land Allocation Plan (FRPL) and the building Permit (IMB). Buildings that have been labelled KKOP obtain a form of sheet metal which indicates the allowable height, to facilitate supervision. Article 70 is quite clear. 66 Article 71 is quite clear. Article 72 is quite clear. Article 73 is quite clear. Article 74 is quite clear. Article 75 is quite clear. Article 76 is quite clear. Article 77 is pretty clear. Article 78 is quite clear. Article 79 is quite clear. ADDITIONAL SHEET the CITY of CIREBON AREA NUMBER 28 http://www.bphn.go.id/

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