Applicable Local Number 16 In 2012

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 16 Tahun 2012

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1 SHEET AREA of BANDUNG CITY YEAR: 2012 number: 16 LOCAL REGULATIONS of BANDUNG CITY number 16 in 2012 ABOUT ORGANIZING TRANSPORTATION and RETRIBUTION in the FIELD of TRANSPORT with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY of BANDUNG CITY MAYOR, Considering: a. that the surrender of a portion of the Affairs of the local government authority is the nexus, so in order to improve service to the community, maintaining public order and safety, smooth traffic of people and goods in the city of Bandung to do setup setting the Organization of transportation; b. that the organizing of transportation referred to in letter a has been arranged with local regulations of Bandung city number 02 of 2008 about the Organization of Transportation in the city of Bandung, Bandung city areas and regulation number 03 of 2008 about Organizing Perparkiran in Bandung, but in line with the development needs of the community, the dynamics of development in the city of Bandung, and the publication of the regulations in the field of transportation, then the legislation in the field of transportation , need to be adjusted; c. that the ... Wastukancana Street no. 2 Tel. (022) 4232338 – 4207706 Fax (022) 4236150 402117 Bandung-West Java province 2 c. that Retribution in the field of transport has been arranged with local regulations of Bandung city no. 12 in 2008 and Rule the area of Bandung city number 09 in 2010 about Levy's service parking at the edge of public roads and Levy Special Parking Places, but in its development has published Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies , so that the said Area Regulations need to be adjusted; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and the need to establish local regulations about organization of transportation and Retribution in the field of transportation; Remember: 1. Article 18 paragraph (6) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; 2. Act No. 16 of 1950 on the establishment of areas of major cities in the province of East Central Djawa Djawa, Djawa Barat and Yogyakarta special region (Republic of Indonesia Number 46), 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 the State Gazette (Djawa Republic of Indonesia Number 40 of 1954 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 551); 3. 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 it has several times changed with 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 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 4. The legislation ...

3 4. 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); 5. Act No. 23 of 2007 about Railways (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 65 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4915); 6. 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); 7. 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); 8. Act No. 27 of 2009 about the people's Consultative Assembly, the House of representatives, regional representative Council and the regional House of representatives (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 123 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5043); 9. Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 130 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5049); 10. Act No. 12 year 2011 about the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5234); 11. Government Regulation Number 58 in 2005 about the financial management area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4578); 12. Regulation ...

4 12. 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); 13. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 14. Government Regulation Number 56 in 2009 about the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 129 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5048); 15. Government Regulation Number 69 in 2010 about the procedures for the granting of Tax Incentives and utilization of Voting area and Regional Retribution (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 119 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5161); 16. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 13 Year 2006 about Regional Financial Management Guidelines as it has been modified several times, the last with a regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 21 in 2011 about the second amendment over the regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 13 Year 2006 about Regional Financial Management Guidelines (news of the Republic of Indonesia in 2011 Number 310); 17. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 53 in 2011 about the formation of a legal Product Areas; 18. Regulation of the Bandung Area number 08 in 2007 about the Affairs of the Government of the region of Bandung (Bandung Region Gazette Year 2007 number 08); With ...

5 with the approval of the Joint HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and Mayor of BANDUNG CITY AREA of BANDUNG DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE ORGANIZATION of the transportation, and RETRIBUTION in the FIELD of TRANSPORTATION. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Section I the sense of article 1 in regulation of this area are: 1. The area is the area of Bandung city. 2. Local Government is the Government of the city of Bandung. 3. The Mayor is the Mayor of Bandung. 4. The House of representatives next abbreviated areas of PARLIAMENT is the House of representatives of the regional city of Bandung. 5. The regional unit of the device Work hereinafter abbreviated SEGWAY is a unit of Work in the area of the environment Devices of local government transport wing. 6. the designated Official is an official of the local government environmental authorities in the field of organization of transportation and getting a delegation of Mayors. 7. Traffic and Road Transport is a unified system of traffic, Road Transport, network traffic and Road Transport Infrastructure, traffic and Transport, Road vehicles, Drivers, road users, as well as management. 8. Transport was the transfer of people and/or goods from one place to another by using the vehicle in road traffic. 9. Network ...

6 9. Network traffic and Road Transport is a series of Nodes and/or space activities that are all connected to the Organization of the traffic and Road Transport. 10. The node is the place reserved for the turn of the antarmoda and of intermodal terminals, train stations, and airports. 11. Traffic and Transport Infrastructure Road is a space traffic, terminals, Roads and equipment which includes markings, signs, Traffic Signals Giver Tools, tool control and road users, safety monitoring and security tools path, and supporting facilities. 12. Vehicle is a means of transport on the road consisting of a motor vehicle and the Motor Vehicle is not. 13. The motor vehicle is any vehicle that is driven by the engine in the form of mechanical equipment other than a vehicle running on Rails. 14. The Motor Vehicle is not is any vehicle that is driven by the power of human beings, animals and/or other power source. 15. Public motor vehicle is any vehicle used for the transport of goods and/or persons with paid admission. 16. The road was all over the road, including complementary buildings and equipment intended for public traffic, which is at ground level, above ground, below ground level and/or water, as well as on the surface of the water, except for the way the rails and roads. 17. the Route is the path of the public transport services for the transport of people by bus car, which had its origin and destination travel remains, the fixed or not fixed timetables and schedules. 18. The network of Routes is a collection of routes-routes that become one unified service network transportation people. 19. Space road traffic infrastructure that is reserved for the motion of moving vehicles, people, and/or in the form of roads and support facilities. 20. Transport ...


7 20. Special transportation are motorized vehicles other than motor vehicles for passengers and motor vehicles for goods that are special for the purposes of pengangkutannya or transporting special items. 21. Railways are one unified system, consisting of infrastructure, means, and human resources, as well as the norm, criteria, requirements, and procedures for the Organization of rail transport. 22. Train is a means of railways with the energy of motion, good running itself or coupled to other railways, with the means that will be or are moving on the path rail associated with rail travel. 23. the trailer is a device used to transport goods throughout the connected equipment held by the tool itself and is designed to be drawn by a motor vehicle. 24. train plugin is a tool to be used for transporting goods designed to be retractable and part held his load by motor vehicle penariknya. 25. Air transport is any activity by using aircraft to transport passengers, cargo and post in one or more travel from one airport to another airport or multiple airports. 26. is the area of the Airport on land and/or waters with a certain boundaries that are used for aircraft landing and take-off, climb down of passengers, loading and unloading of goods, and the displacement of intra and antarmoda transport, equipped with the safety and security of the flight, as well as basic amenities and other supporting facilities. 27. Kebandarudaraan ...

8 27. Kebandarudaraan is everything to do with the Providence airport and other activities in the exercise of the function of the safety, security, public order, and the smooth flow of traffic, passenger aircraft, cargo and/or mail, place the transfer of intra and/or antarmoda, as well as encourage national and Regional economy. 28. A motorcycle is a two-wheeled motor vehicles with or without homes and with or without a side rail or three-wheeled motor vehicles without homes. 29. A Terminal is the base of motor vehicles commonly used to arrange arrival and departure, the raising and lowering of the person and/or the goods, as well as the transfer mode of transport. 30. The stop is stopping a motor vehicle and not General motor to raise and lower the passengers. 31. The bicycle Shelter is the place to stop and bicycle storage. 32. The parking lot is where the public road and/or on the right of way which does not interfere with the movement of the traffic space and/or special facilities in the form of a parking building and/or parking. 33. ditepi parking Service public roads is the provision of the service of parking ditepi public roads that are determined by the local government. 34. parking is the State of the vehicle stops or does not move for a few moments and left good-looking. 35. Retribution Service parking at the curb is a collection area as payment for service provision in the public street parking is provided and defined by the local government in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. 36. Retribution ...

9 36. A special Place is Parking levy collection Areas as payment for special parking places services provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. 37. A special Parking Spot is the provision that special parking places provided, owned and/or managed by local governments, not including those that are provided and maintained by the Central Government as well as provincial, State-owned enterprises, and private parties. 38. The Parking Signs are signs that indicate parking spaces. 39. The parking is a sign Marking the boundary of the parking of vehicles being demonstrated the parking Ordinance. 40. Traffic signs is part of road equipment in the form of the coat of arms, letters, numbers, sentences, and/or a mix that serves as a warning, prohibition, orders, or instructions for users of the road. 41. The tools of the giver of the Traffic Signals are electronic devices that use light signals which can be equipped with sound cues to regulate the Traffic of people and/or vehicle in the intersection or on the road. 42. Service users are individuals or legal entities that use the services of Public transport companies. 43. The driver is the person who is driving a motor vehicle on a street that has had a driver's licence. 44. Road markings is a mark which is at street level or above street level which includes equipment or signs which form a horizontal line, horizontal bands, line angle, as well as the symbol that serves to direct the flow of traffic and limiting the area of interest of the traffic. 45. A traffic accident is an event on the road who are not suspected and unintentional involving vehicles with or without other road users resulting in human casualties and/or loss of property. 46. The passenger ...

10 46. The passenger is a person who was in a vehicle in addition to the driver and crew of the vehicle. 47. A pedestrian is every person who walks in road traffic. 48. Road users are people who use the road for traffic. 49. Management and traffic engineering is a series of efforts and activities include planning, procurement, installation, setting up and maintenance of the facility supplies the path in order to embody, supporting and maintaining security, safety, public order, and smooth traffic. 50. The safety of traffic and Road Transport is a State of terbebasnya any people, goods, and/or the vehicle of the disorder in tort, and/or fear in traffic. 51. Traffic safety and Road Transport is a State of terhindarnya any people from the risk of accidents during traffic caused by humans, vehicles, roads, and/or the environment. 52. Order of traffic and Road Freight traffic is a situation that is taking place on a regular basis in accordance with the rights and obligations of every road user. 53. The smooth traffic and Road Transport is a state traffic and the use of freight that is free of obstacles and bottlenecks in the road. 54. the information and communication system for traffic and Road Transport is a set of interrelated subsystems through merging, processing, storing, and distributing data related to the Organization of the traffic and road transport. 55. the Testers are any power examiners expressed certain technical qualifications and given a certificate and sign a technical qualification in accordance with the level of credentials. 56. The vehicle ...

11 56. The mandatory test vehicle is any vehicle that is based on the applicable mandatory legislation is examined to determine the health of the road. 57. periodic Testing is the testing of motor vehicles are performed periodically. 58. the periodic test Card is a card that contains a description of the identification of the motor vehicle and the identity of the owner, technical specifications, test results and test results will be valid. 59. The amount of the allowable weight are further abbreviated JBI is the maximum weight the following motor vehicle charge is allowed based on the grade of the road traveled. 60. a technical Assessment is assessment of the components of the vehicle will be operated again and/or eliminated or scrapped in percentage units. 61. cash cash is the local government Area. 62. The service is an activity of local government in the form of businesses and services that cause the goods, facilities or other benefit that can be enjoyed by people, or private agency. 63. Business Services are services provided by local authorities with commercial reciprocity because basically also provided by the private sector. 64. Common Services are the services provided or administered by the local authorities for the purpose of public interest and benefit and can be enjoyed by people, or private agency. 65. Retribution is a collection area as payment for services or granting permission to certain specially prepared and/or provided by local governments for the benefit of private persons and/or body. 66. Retribution ...


12 66. Retribution in the field of transportation is a collection area as payment for the service or giving of a specific permit comprising levy, a levy on motor vehicle testing terminal trackage permission, levy, levy's service parking at the edge of public roads and levy special parking place. 67. The licensing of certain Levy is a specific activity of local government in the order granting permission to any person, agency or private which are intended for the construction, setting, control and supervision over the use of space activities, the use of natural resources, goods, infrastructure, specific facilities or means in order to protect the public interest and maintaining environmental sustainability. 68. The compulsory Levy is a private person or entity according to the laws and regulations in the field regional levies are required to pay levies, including cutting certain retribution or collectors. 69. Regional Levies Ordinance Letter which further shortened SKRD is decree that determines the magnitude of the amount of the levies payable. 70. The time of Retribution is a period of time which is the time limit for the compulsory levy for utilising the services of certain permissions from the local government. 71. Regional Levies Deposit Letter which further shortened SSRD is a letter that is used by the compulsory levy for the payment or remittance of levies owed to cash payment or other area designated by the Mayor. 72. Letter Bill Levy areas further abbreviated STRD is a letter to do Bill levy and/or administrative sanction in the form of interest and/or a fine. Section ...

13 part two intents and purposes of article 2 (1) the Organization of transportation in the area is the transportation development policy coordinator in the area based on Spatial Plan area of Bandung city and regional planning documents within the framework of Provincial and national transportation systems. (2) Transportation was held with the purpose of: a. the transportation Ministry in this integrated and integrated, secure, orderly, smoothly and give priority to safety for stimulating the economy and advancing the well-being of the community; b. in this relationship that is environmentally as well as support the culture and local wisdom; c. invited the Organization of good governance in improving public services effectively and efficiently. The third part of the scope of article 3 (1) the scope of organizing transportation, include: a. transportation by land; b. railways; c. relationship of the air. (2) scope referred to in subsection (1) include a levy in the field of transport, consisting of: a. levy testing of motor vehicles; b. levy terminal; c. levy permits routes; d. retribution service Park on the edge of the public roads; and e. levy special parking place. (3) in the ...

14 (3) in the course of conducting a relationship referred to in subsection (1) the local Government shall be obliged to convene: a. planning the Organization of transportation; b. determination of the operational activities of the Organization of the transport policy; c. construction of the operational organization of transportation; d. Organization of the transportation arrangements; e. monitoring and control of organizing the relationship. (4) the relationship as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in integrated through linkages antarmoda and intramoda to reach out and connect all areas in the region and between the region with other regions. CHAPTER II ORGANIZATION of the TRANSPORTATION Infrastructure of the road is considered part of the ARMY of the paragraph 1 master plan freight Road Traffic Network article 4 (1) in order to realize Road Freight traffic and the development of an integrated Network of Road Freight traffic and to connect all regions on the Mainland. (2) the development of Network traffic and Road Transport as referred to in paragraph (1) are based on the master plan of the network traffic and road transport according to your needs. Article ...

15 article 5 (1) local Government devised a master plan traffic and transport network of the city the longest five years taking into account the needs of the traffic and road transport as well as the city-scale activities. (2) the drafting Process and the setting of the master plan traffic and transport network of the city referred to in subsection (1) done having regard to: a. the national spatial plan area; b. master plan traffic and transport network of national roads; c. spatial plan area of the province; d. traffic network master plan and provincial road transport; and e. spatial plan area of the city. Article 6 (1) master plan traffic and transport network of the city contain: a. forecasting displacement of people and/or goods according to the origin of the scope of travel destination city; b. the policy direction and the role of transport and traffic of the city in the entire mode of transportation; c. plan the location and needs of the nodes of the city; and d. the plan space requirements of the traffic of the city. (2) Forecast-forecasting displacement of people and/or goods according to the origin of the travel destination as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, defined on the basis of survey results the longest five years; (3) the direction and policies referred to in subsection (1) letter b, covers the determination of transport plans in a variety of modes correspond to the potential that will be developed. (4) plans ...

16 (4) a plan showing the location and needs of the node as intended in paragraph (1) Letter c, include the plan needs passenger terminal, terminal stuff, shelter/bus stops, airports and train stations. (5) the plan of city traffic space requirements as referred to in paragraph (1) letter e, plan space requirements include traffic in urban street and the environment, space traffic on provincial roads and state roads in the area as well as traffic in the form of the freeway. Article 7 in order to realize the network master plan traffic and Transport Town as stipulated in article 6, the local government is drafting plans for detailed network traffic and road transport activities which include: a. designation and assignment plans site for the construction of road networks, terminals and/or place of perberhentian (shelter/shelter), the determination of the plan network routes, network traffic, the area of operation taxi and/or other special transport cooperation between transport, areas for public transport services at the border; b. proposed a plan of the location for the country's road network and roads in the area, the province to the Minister and the Governor to set into one unified network system state road and provincial road; c. proposed assignment plan network traffic and routes in the area to the Minister and the Governor to set network system in the unity Between the routes of the city Between the province and the routes of Interstate In the province; d. the proposed designation of the location of the terminal in the area to the Minister through the Governor to set up as a terminal indicated Between the city Between the province and the City Terminal In the province; e. the plan details the network traffic and road transport established by the Mayor. Article ...

17 article 8 (1) network traffic master plan referred to in article 7 in PARLIAMENT and pass on to announce to the community in mandatory prior set by the Mayor. (2) the notice and announcement as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in order to get input and access information for the community. Paragraph 2 of article 9 path Planning (1) local governments are planning a way in order to provide traffic services and support the smooth distribution of freight to the various areas of the city. (2) Planning as mentioned in subsection (1) must not be contradictory and or out of the Network master plan traffic and Road Transport. (3) Planning as mentioned in subsection (1) are defined as follows: a. for the planning of city streets and the environment carried out by the region over the regional development Budget burden, Government assistance and/or the provincial government, the loans inside and/or outside the country, NGOs and the participation of a third party; b. for planning road intersection was not a plot, the Freeway was implemented by the region, the business entity belonging to the region/country and/or in cooperation with the management of domestic and foreign investors. Article 10 For the realization of network development, crossing not plot, national and provincial road, freeway, the Mayor proposed the plan of maintenance, improvement and development to the Province and/or the Government. Paragraph ...


18 Paragraph 3 of the road Class Assignment section 11 (1) local Government devised and set the class path on any roads to city streets. (2) the grade of the road as referred to in subsection (1) is expressed with the traffic signs. (3) the provisions concerning class path on any roads to city streets as referred to in paragraph (1) and (2) set with the decision of the Mayor, in accordance with the legislation. Paragraph 4 of article 12 Any Way Supplies the path that is used for general traffic compulsory equipped with amenities such as: a. the road traffic signs; b. road markings; c. tool giver traffic signals; d. tool street lighting; e. controlling tools and a safety road users; f. monitoring and security tools; g. facilities for bicycles, pedestrians, disabled, elderly, and/or sick people; h. facilities supporting the activities of the traffic and road transport which are on the road and off the road. Article 13 (1) the provision of road equipment referred to in article 12 is carried out according to the needs and capabilities of the regional budget. (2) the provision of road equipment referred to in article 12 held by a county or a third party to the street of the city. Article ...

19 Article 14 Fixtures of the road on the way certain environments adapted to the capacity and traffic volume. Article 15 (1) any person prohibited from doing acts that result in damage and/or malfunctioning of the road. (2) every person is prohibited from doing any act that results in the disruption of road equipment function as stipulated in article 14. (3) every person and/or legal entity that intentionally without rights who contravenes subsection (1) and paragraph (2) are convicted in accordance with the CRIMINAL CODE. Terminal 5 article 16 paragraph (1) of the Terminal was built and organized through the planning process based on the needs of the movement of people or goods is appropriate having regard to origin and destination terminal need plans that are part of the master plan of the network traffic and Road Transport. (2) Terminal serves to support the smooth transfer of people and/or goods and alignment intramoda and antarmoda in a certain place. (3) Planning terminal referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the determination of location; b. determination of function and/or the type of service; c. determination of the design, layout and ancillary facilities; d. determination of the circulation flow of vehicular traffic; e. development of the network. (4) the planning of the terminal was carried out by the Mayor and can involve third parties and/or the community. Article ...

20 article 17 (1) the determination of the location of the terminal is done with regard for the needs of terminal plan that is part of the master plan of the network traffic and Road Transport. (2) the determination of the location of the terminal is done having regard to: a. the level of accessibility of transport users; b. suitability of land with area of National Spatial Plan, Spatial Plan area of the province, and the Spatial Plan of the city; c. compliance with the development plan and/or the performance of the road network, the network of routes, and network traffic; d. compliance with development plans and/or activity center; e. harmony and balance with other activities; f. transport demand; g. technical feasibility, financial, and economic; h. Security and safety of traffic and road transport; and/or environmental sustainability i.. Article 18 (1) the construction of the terminal must be equipped with: a. the architecture; b. architecture workbook; c. terminal master plan; d. traffic impact analysis; and e. environmental impact analysis. (2) the construction of the terminal as referred to in paragraph (1) was implemented by local governments and may be requiring third parties. Article 19 (1) Providence terminal was done by local government. (2) Conducting terminals referred to in subsection (1), consisting of: a. Management; b. maintenance ...

21 b. maintenance; and c. the curbing. (3) in the course of conducting the management, maintenance and sweeping as referred to in paragraph (2) is subject to further regulation of the Mayor. Article 20 (1), terminal services includes the following: a. services farm raising and lowering passengers and/or loading and unloading goods; b. public vehicle parking facilities to await departure time enjoyed by the transport entrepreneurs; c. public vehicle parking facilities in addition to the letter b, which is enjoyed by users of the service; d. facilities counters inside the terminal; e. other facilities to support the smooth running of the terminal services. (2) against the use of terminal services as referred to in paragraph (1), subject to a levy. Article 21 (1) activities supporting efforts at the terminal may be made by legal entities or individuals having obtained the permission of the Mayor. (2) ancillary business activities as intended in paragraph (1), can be either: a. place and/or crew rest land public transport; b. business place and/or land phone services, packages and the like; c. business place and/or land transport ticket sales; d. attempt land and/or place luggage; e. place of business and/or farm vehicle washing; f. place of business and/or farm toilet and shower, toilet, wash; g. place of business and/or farm Billboard; and/or h. business places and/or farm stall. (3) activities ...

22 (3) ancillary business activities referred to in paragraph (2), can be carried along the unobtrusive service of the terminal. Section 22 Against the supporting business activities referred to in Article 9 paragraph (1) are subject to a levy. Paragraph 6 of article 23 parking facilities (1) Parking for the public was held outside the right of way and in Space Space belongs to the street. (2) outside the right of way as referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. a special parking place; b. grounds for parking; c. parking deck; and d. the Court parking lot. (3) within the right of way as intended in paragraph (1) is a public street. (4) use of the Space belongs to the street to parking facilities can only be done on the way collectors and/or local and based on the class path. (5) Organization of parking facilities on the edge of the public road as referred to in paragraph (3), can only be held in places that are set with the decision of the Mayor. (6) the Organization of parking to the public as referred to in paragraph (2) was held in places that are set allocation. Article 24 (1) the inaugural public parking in the Spaces of way as stipulated in article 11 paragraph (1) be carried out having regard to: a. the unit ...

23 a. Unit parking spaces (SRP) are defined by Volume/capacity (V/C) Ratio, the type of vehicle with a configuration of parallel or angle parking directions; b. incoming vehicles out to the site and/or the parking arranged so that does not pose obstacles, interference, congestion and traffic accidents on the road network that directly affected; c. do not cause damage to the equipment of roads, waterways, among others; d. the location of parking and parking positions set out in the decision of the Mayor as a parking space for the public and come with Markers and signs designation parker; e. provide a valid payment based on parker's zone. Article 25 Parking outside the right of way as stipulated in article 11 paragraph (2) should pay attention to the following matters: a. the parking lot must be a part of or endorsed by the management of traffic on the surrounding road network; b. the parking location should have easy access to the Center – the center of activities; c. a unit of parking spaces (SRP) were given clear signs in the form of code or number of floors, number of the lanes and road markings; d. management of parking spaces required to have the Consent of the management of the parking lot (IPTP); e. provide a valid payment based on the rental rates are set by the parking Decision the Mayor. Article 26 (1) of the management of the Parking Permit as referred to in article 25 the letter d is regulated further in a regulation the Mayor; (2) regulations the Mayor as in paragraph (1) contains at least: a. the applicant; b. the permit application requirements; c. the procedure ...

24 c. procedures and mechanisms of the application for the permit; d. permit validity period; e. extension of permission; f. coaching, supervision and control of the permit; g. revocation; and h. closure of the parking lot. Article 27 (1) in the framework of the construction and management of parking lots of local Government can conduct cooperation with third parties. (2) cooperation as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the legislation. Paragraph 6 of article 28 dismissal of Facilities (1) In certain places on the track in public passenger transport routes, with stops in the form of the building stops and/or signs that States halt public transportation. (2) Placement facilities dismissal referred to in subsection (1), located on the left side of the road unless specified otherwise by the Mayor. (3) any public transportation in the mandatory route of raising or lowering and passengers at stops that had been provided by local governments in the form of buildings or stop stopping public transportation which is expressed by the signs. (4) For public transportation in no routes can raise or lower the passenger and place referred to in subsection (3). (5) every vehicle is prohibited from utilizing or use stops to stop building activities in addition to the activities of raising and lowering passengers without the permission of the Mayor. (6) Government ...


25 (6) local governments carry out the construction stops building the longest stop in a period of 5 years from the regulatory area is set. Paragraph 7 of article 29 Pedestrian Facilities in the framework of the Organization of traffic and road transport, the Mayor's plan, build, and maintain a pedestrian facilities which include: a. walkways; b. the footbridge and crosswalks (Zebracross); c. the breezeway on the location of terminals and other public places. Article 30 (1) the construction of the facilities referred to in Article 29 are implemented in accordance with the guidelines and standards that have been set on the basis of legislation. (2) local governments carry out the construction of pedestrian facilities as referred to in article 29 is not more than 5 (five) years since local regulations this set. Paragraph 8 Facilities for the disabled, Elderly and/or Sick article 31 (1) disabled, elderly, and/or sick person has the right to obtain a special service on places or public facilities in the field of road transport and traffic. (2) local governments and business entity manager is obligated to provide facilities for the disabled, elderly and/or sick people on places or public facilities in the field of road transport and traffic. (3) the construction of the facilities referred to in paragraph (2) be implemented gradually. (4) the use of ...

26 (4) the use of facilities and infrastructures of the means referred to in paragraph (2) is free of additional charge. (5) Conditions regarding the provision of further facilities for the disabled, elderly and/or sick person referred to in subsection (4), subject to the rules of the Mayor in accordance with legislation. (6) the Mayor Rules as referred to in subsection (5) contains at least: a. the type of infrastructure and means; b. use of the infrastructures and facilities; c. the construction of infrastructures and means; and d. the management and supervision of the infrastructure and facilities. Paragraph 9 of article 32 Cyclists Facilities of local Government can build facilities for cyclists in the form of a special bicycle lanes and bicycle shelters. Paragraph 10 Environmental Control side street Article 33 (1) of the road as the physical infrastructure composed of Space Benefits the street right of way, the space and the supervision of the road that should be controlled utilization and usage so as not to cause any damage, confusion, and/or cause traffic disruption. (2) the control referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through: a. the determination and/or boundary lines of the building limit setting; b. control, opening the entrance; c. the setting and control of utilization of land on Spaces right of way and the supervision of the road. Article ...

27 Article 34 Assignment building a border line as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) letter a in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 35 (1) Controls the opening of the road, the utilization of land and/or change the function of the allocation of the land/building on the space of way as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) letter b and c, implemented through licensing, after analysis of the impact of traffic. (2) the results of the analysis of the impact of mandatory Traffic get recommendations from local governments after discussion was held by Traffic Impact Analysis team. (3) Traffic Impact Analysis Team as referred to in paragraph (2) are defined by the Mayor. Paragraph 11 of the cooperation development, management and maintenance of the Facilities of traffic and Road Transport Article 36 (1) local governments may cooperate with third parties to do the development, management and maintenance of the facilities in the traffic and road transport. (2) the supporting facilities of traffic and road transport as referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. bicycle lanes; b. free bikes and/or rent; c. a pedestrian crossing; d. facilities equipment road; and e. the facility stops and special facilities for the disabled, elderly and/or sick. Section ...

the second Section 28 Paragraph 1 Road Usage traffic engineering Management of article 37 (1) to optimize the use of the road network and the movement of traffic in order to ensure the security, safety, public order, and smooth traffic and road transport, the Mayor carry out management and traffic engineering. (2) traffic engineering and Management as referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the planning activities; b. setting; c. an engineering; d. empowerment; and e. the supervision. (3) traffic engineering and Management as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by: a. the determination of priorities through the provision of mass transit lanes or trails or paths of special; b. granting a priority the safety and comfort of pedestrians; c. the granting of convenience for the disabled, the elderly and the sick; d. segregation or separation movement of traffic flow based on land allocation, mobility, and accessibility; e. design of various modes of transport; f. traffic control at intersections; g. controlling traffic on the toll roads and/or protection of the environment. Article 38 planning activities as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (1) includes the following: a. the identification of the ...

29 a. identification of traffic problems; b. inventory and analysis of current situation of traffic; c. an inventory and analysis of the needs of the transport of people and goods; d. an inventory and analysis of availability or capacity of the road; e. an inventory and analysis of availability or capacity of the vehicle; f. inventory and analysis of the number of violations and traffic accidents; g. inventory and Traffic impact analysis; h. determination of level of service; and i. assignment plan policy setting use of the road network and traffic movement. Article 39 Activities arrangement as stipulated in article 38 paragraph (1) consists of: a. the assignment policy use of the road network and the movement of traffic on the road network; and b. the giving of information to the public in the implementation of the policies that have been set. Article 40 an engineering Activities referred to in Article 37 paragraph (3) composed of: a. repair of geometric standards and/or equipment crossing roadway that does not directly relate to road users; b. procurement, installation, repair, and maintenance of the equipment the way which directly relate to road users; and c. the operational optimization of traffic engineering in order to improve public order, smooth, and the effectiveness of law enforcement. Article ...

30 Section 41 Activities empowerment as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (2) letter d include: a. the granting of landing; b. guidance; c. outreach; d. training; and e. technical assistance. Article 42 the supervisory Activities referred to in Article 37 paragraph (2) letter e include: a. the assessment of implementation of policies; b. corrective actions towards the implementation of the policy; and c. the actions of law enforcement. Article 43 conditions as referred to in article 42 are governed by the regulations further Mayor. Article 44 any person who violates these terms of assignment referred to in Section 42 may be liable to punishment and/or a fine in accordance with Act No. 22 of 2009 about traffic and Road Transport. Paragraph 2 the traffic Impact Analysis of article 45 (1) to prevent the occurrence of conflict points in traffic due to the occurrence of system activities in a particular land use, Traffic impact analysis is done. (2) the traffic impact analysis referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. an analysis of the generation and the pull of the traffic and road transport; b. simulation ...

31 b. simulated traffic without performance and by the existence of development; c. recommendations and implementation plan the handling of the impact; d. monitoring and evaluation plans. (3) the traffic impact analysis by appointing consulting institutions conducted by the developer or Builder and/or provider Center activities. (4) assess and recommend SEGWAY results analysis of the impact of traffic as a condition of licensing grant location site plan and/or building permit. (5) in case the results of the assessment have been eligible, the Mayor asked the developer or Builder and/or provider Center activities to make affidavit of the ability carry out all obligations listed in the results document the impact of traffic. (6) an affidavit referred to in subsection (5) is the part that is inseparable from the document the results of the impact analysis of traffic. (7) the traffic Impact Handling is the responsibility of local government developer, Builder and/or provider Center activities. Article 46 (1) any person, legal entity that carries out the construction of the Center activity center by not doing the traffic impact analysis, breaking his statement and/or does not implement a traffic impact management plan has recommended and required permissions in the site, site plan and building permit, or can be done the cessation of activity and/or closing the driveway. (2) termination of activity and/or closing the driveway was implemented after the first published Decree of the Mayor. (3) mail ...


32 (3) letter of the decision referred to in subsection (2) in the event that the holder of the permit or the developer and/or provider Center activities did not heed the warning or reprimand by as much as 3 (three) times. (4) the cessation of activity and/or closing the driveway can be revoked after the holder of the permit stated willingness in writing to complete the requirements that have been set. Article 47 of the types of activities and the procedures for the preparation of a traffic impact analysis further by regulations set Mayor. Paragraph 3 the management needs of the traffic Section 48 (1) to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the use of space and traffic control traffic movement, organized the management needs of the traffic (2) management needs of traffic referred to subsection (1) must meet the criteria: a. comparison of the volume of traffic of motor vehicles with a capacity of road; b. the availability of public transport services and networks; and c. resources support neighborhood. (3) Traffic Management needs as referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out by means of: a. individual vehicular traffic restriction on a specific area or corridor at the time and a certain way; b. limitation of goods vehicle traffic on the corridor or a specific area at the time and a certain way; c. traffic restrictions motorbike on a particular area or corridor at the time and a certain way; d. restrictions on public motor vehicle traffic in accordance with the classification of the functions of the street; e. limitation of ...

33 e. restrictions on parking space on public road edges come within certain limits the maximum parking spaces; and/or f. a limitation of motor vehicle traffic is not common in a certain area or corridor at the time and a certain way. (4) the management needs of the traffic is assigned and evaluated periodically by the Mayor. Paragraph 4 the transfer Vehicle Article 49 (1) for the safety, smoothness, public order and traffic safety, the local Government can do the transfer of motor vehicles on the road. (2) the transfer of a motor vehicle referred to in subsection (1), carried out in the event of: a. damage to motor vehicle technical; b. the vehicle stops or parking at prohibited places stated with traffic signs; c. the vehicle is stored in the path so that the path serves as a garage or storage of the vehicle; and d. a vehicle abandoned by the owner on the street for 2 x 24 (two times twenty-four) hours continuously. (3) the transfer of a vehicle referred to in subsection (2) is exercised by an authorized officer. (4) the transfer of a vehicle referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, can be done by the owner or the driver of the top permintaanya. Article 50 (1) the transfer of a motor vehicle on a road referred to in Article 49 paragraph (2) was held to pay attention to the following matters: a. the transfer ...

34 a. transfer of vehicles is done using a tow car which is in accordance with the allocation; b. available acreage adequate vehicle storage; c. the existence of collateral security; d. If the transfer of a motor vehicle by using a tow car can not be done because of technical reasons, as referred to in article 49 paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), then it can be done a locking wheel vehicles; e. towards the vehicle in question was given a sticker infringement notification and processed in accordance with the applicable legislation; f. motor vehicle stopped or parked at the place the locking wheel done banned vehicles. (2) a tow Car which is in accordance with the allocation referred to in paragraph (1) letter a: a. provided by local governments; b. can be provided by legal entities; c. existence of a collateral security. (3) local government is obliged to provide a storage area of the vehicle and lock the wheels. Article 51 (1) in addition to the local government, the inaugural moving vehicles on the road can be carried out by legal entities by using a crane to public eligible: a. have the permission of the Mayor holding of General crane; b. have a storage area or garage; c. vehicle crane used must be in accordance with the provisions referred to in article 50 paragraph (2). (2) in ...

35 (2) in terms of organizing the garage does not have a public tow as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, derek storage can be done in the area of storage facilities provided by the local government after obtaining permission. Article 52 Transfer vehicle using a tow-General only made against technical damage to the vehicle or had an accident and broke down at the request of the owner of the vehicle and/or on the orders of an authorized officer of the nonprofit assistance. Article 53 to organise the transfer of vehicles, the local Government can conduct cooperation with third parties in the form of legal entity regarding the provision of cranes and vehicles storage area. Article 54 further Provisions regarding the transfer of vehicles, licensing procedures and cooperation management of common cranes are governed by rules of the Mayor. Paragraph 5 of article 55 education and training the Organization of education driving motor vehicles aims to educate and train would-be drivers of motor vehicles to be drivers who have knowledge in the field of road freight traffic, skilled, disciplined, responsible and behave and good mental attitude in traffic. Article 56 driving education and training organized by the institutions that received permission and accredited by local government. Article ...

36 Article 57 (1) every candidate for the driver at the time of learning to drive or take the test of practice mandatory accompanied driving on the road or instructor examiners. (2) the instructor or examiner as referred to in subsection (1) is liable for infringement and/or traffic accidents which occurred when the driver of a prospective study or examinations. Article 58 in order to realize the objectives referred to in Article 55, the Mayor doing coaching against the holding of a driver's education includes the direction, guidance and technical assistance as well as the supervision against provisions: a. the provision of learning facilities in the form of classroom and teaching equipment are adequate; b. provision of facilities form the location field to practice driving; c. having and using a motor vehicle for driving practice practice equipped: 1. sign that reads exercise/learning which is clearly visible from the front and from the rear; 2. additional brake operated by instructors; 3. additional rear-view mirror back and side specifically for instructors. d. drafting and endorsement of the curriculum which consists of subjects theory and practice include: 1. legislation in the field of traffic and road transport; 2. practical knowledge, about the basic techniques of motor vehicles, traffic accidents and first aid at the accident as well as manners or etiquette-traffic on the road; 3. the practice of driving a motor vehicle in the field; 4. the practice of driving a motor vehicle in traffic on the road; 5. motor vehicle maintenance practices. e. requirements for prospective students education driving school; f. education driving instructor requirements. Article ...

37 Article 59 of organizing education driving may publish letters education driving graduate has got endorsement from the Mayor. Article 60 Provisions more about requirements, construction and licensing is governed by a mayor. Paragraph 6 the driver's working time Article 61 Every public transport companies obliged to comply with and enforce the provisions on working time, rest periods, and the turn of the driver of a motor vehicle in accordance with the provisions of general legislation. Paragraph 7 of article Safety Guidance and Counselling 62 Mayors in order to ensure the safety of traffic and road transport, can do: a. implementation of traffic education from an early age; b. dissemination and internalization of Ordinances and the ethics program as well as traffic safety and traffic safety and road transport; and c. the creation of an environment that encourages traffic space road users to behave orderly. Paragraph 8 of article 63 monitoring and control To maintain, maintain the condition of the road and bridges as well as damage from transporting goods by vehicles outside power capabilities support the road network is concerned, the Mayor can carry out the supervision and examination of excess charge transport of goods. Article ...


38 Article 64 the supervision referred to in Article 63 was implemented at certain places which are equipped by a moveable weighing tool. Article 65 implementation of the surveillance activities carried out by the investigator civil servant and testers motor vehicle that the scope of its work: the Affairs of the traffic and road transport. Article 66 (1) further Provisions on the supervision referred to in Article 65 are regulated in the regulations the Mayor. (2) regulations referred to in paragraph Mayor (1) contains at least: a. implementing surveillance activities; b. criteria for the weight of the loaded charge; c. reporting the results of supervision; d. follow-up to the results of supervision. The third part of the road Means a mandatory Test Vehicle 1 Paragraph of article 67 (1) every motor vehicle operated on the road, must meet the technical requirements and be eligible to the street. (2) for the fulfilment of technical requirements and be eligible to the road as referred to in paragraph (1) every motor vehicle is obliged to carry out regular testing. Article 68 Any motor vehicle which is not used for public transportation and/or goods can perform testing exhaust emissions of motor vehicles at the place designated by the Government. Article ...

39 Article 69 (1) every motor vehicle car type of bus, car stuff, trailer, and glue as well as public transport trains operated on the road in the area of obligatory periodic test area. (2) periodic Tests referred to in paragraph (1) required every 6 (six) months. (3) periodic Testing as referred to in subsection (1) includes the following activities: a. the physical examination and the testing of motor vehicles; and b. the endorsement test results. (4) the activities of the physical examination and the testing of motor vehicles referred to in paragraph (2) letter a is implemented by: a. implementing unit testing the SEGWAY surroundings; b. Implementing Agencies (APM) Brand Holders who got permission from the local government; or c. implementing a private testing to get permission from the local government. (5) evidence of a passed test examinations and periodic physical testing as referred to in paragraph (1) be the giving card test and sign test. (6) the periodic test Card referred to in subsection (5) contains a description of the identification of the motor vehicle and the identity of the owner, technical specifications, test results, and the test results are valid. (7) the sign of the periodic test referred to in subsection (5) contains a description of the identification of the motor vehicle and valid test results. Article 70 (1) General motor vehicle repair shop serves to improve and take care of the motor vehicle meets the technical requirements, mandatory. (2) the technical requirements referred to in subsection (1) in the form of equipment that meets the standards set by SEGWAY. (3) the workshop ...

40 (3) public Workshop that has a certain quality and accreditation can do regular testing of motor vehicles. Article 71 (1) Conducting public motor vehicle repair shop can be implemented by local authorities, legal entities, and individuals. (2) Conducting public motor vehicle workshops carried out by legal entities and individuals, new can be done after getting permission from the Mayor. (3) against a general repair shop doing maintenance, maintenance and or repair motor vehicles to meet technical requirements and be eligible to a road motor vehicle operations given permission. (4) against General repair shop got a permission assignment as a repair shop executing motor vehicle testing and/or inspection of exhaust emissions of motor vehicles granted permission in the workshop indicated. (5) any public motor vehicle repair shop which has received permission from the local government is obliged to put up a nameplate with the workshop include classification and number of the permit. (6) further Provisions on the supervision and licensing procedures are regulated and defined by the Mayor. Article 72 (1) the Mayor of doing the construction to the workshop include: a. the giving guidance and direction regarding the technical provisions and be eligible to road vehicles; b. quality control production and inspection equipment used; c. assistance to increase the professionalism of either directly or indirectly; d. the determination and the construction of integrated public workshop area. (2) in order to conduct a coaching workshop to the Mayor may appoint SEGWAY related. Article ...

41 Article 73 further Provisions about coaching and the procedures for licensing is governed by a mayor. Paragraph 2 Unit Testing Article 74 (1) every motor vehicle referred to in section 56 subsection (1) is carried out in the testing Hall unit periodically motor vehicles belonging to local governments. (2) for the fulfilment of technical requirements and be eligible to the road, give priority to standardizing safety aspects of vehicles on the road, the results of the implementation of the inspection, the maintenance of a motor vehicle in the workshop indicated, technical official of the obligatory legalization and/or certification against vehicles and corporate workshops. Paragraph 3 of article 75 of the implementing Power Testing Power executing periodic testing consists of the technical administration of power and energy test examiners. Article 76 (1) Power testers as stipulated in article 58, appointed by the Mayor of employees who have a technical qualification in the field of the testing of motor vehicles. (2) the appointment by the Mayor referred to in subsection (1) notice of the certificate of competence defined by the responsible ministers in the areas of facilities and infrastructure of road freight traffic. Article 77 (1) in terms of power-to satisfy the testers yet qualify as stipulated in article 76, the Mayor may request assistance to the province to lift the temporary power perbantuan testers. (2) in ...

42 (2) in the case has yet to satisfy power testers as referred to in paragraph (1) the Mayor commissioned a SEGWAY-related education and training to follow the testing of motor vehicles. Article 78 in the course of conducting the testing, each tester's supervisor is authorized to: a. setting the time schedule of testing to the owner of a vehicle which has been applying for the testing of vehicles; b. refuse and/or postpone the implementation of the testing if the requirements for mengujikan vehicles have not been fulfilled or not complete; c. perform the technical inspection of the vehicle; d. do the assessment and determination of the graduation test and/or did not pass the test; e. sign sign endorsement passed test; f. set the limit loads of people and/or goods for vehicles tested; g. unplug sign endorsement passed test when the concerned vehicle violation, deviation technical and/or accident; h. establish validity testing; i. ordered repeated tests to the owner in case of deviations, damage, and others so that the vehicle be not be eligible; j. inspect and detain the vehicle and/or order the termination of an operation against a vehicle that does not meet the technical requirements and be eligible to the road and/or do not do regular testing; k. the technical pronouncements in the event of accidents along the road the health concerns; b. make an assessment and recommend deletion for the vehicles, Service agencies, Government and private legal entities that will do the removal and/or auction; d. make ...

43 m. made an assessment and recommend revocation of the rights of ownership of the vehicle to the Court to do the destruction when a vehicle does not exactly meet the technical requirements and be eligible to the path so that it can threaten and endanger public safety on the road. Paragraph 4 of article 79 Test Implementation the implementation of periodic testing of motor vehicles carried out by activities: a. periodic testing was first implemented against: 1. the validity of letter mail with proof of Registration Letter after getting physical Test Type (SRUT) from the province; 2. publication of implementation testing; 3. examination of the physical and technical components of the vehicle; 4. the granting of test number or control number testing that is done permanently on chassis grounding vehicles; 5. recording the identity of the vehicle on the card or the card of the parent control; 6. the determination of the sign of the next; 7. determination of the test marks are placed on the number of vehicles; 8. do the technical assessment, calculation of the allowable charge weight, the weight of the charge is allowed, the amount of overall weight, the determination of the validity test, assessment and modification of the vehicle; 9. the publication of the test Card. b. periodic testing was carried out against: 1. physical examination and components of the vehicle; 2. determination of validity testing; 3. the replacement of the sign test; 4. replacement of the term affixed in the card test, sign test, and the next. Article ...


44 Article 80 (1) implementation of the testing referred to in Section 79 the letter b does not do a new Test Card issuance and control number or the number of new trials. (2) in the case of the test card is lost, damaged, incomplete unreadable published a new test card. (3) in the case of a missing test card is mandatory to attach a letter lost from the police force. (4) if the test number is broken/unreadable card issuance of the test referred to in paragraph (2) was performed repeated pengetokan test number by SEGWAY. Section 81 of the Ordinance, the use of examination administration model testing, determination of the amount of the charge is permitted, allowed, and the number of overall weight, the determination of the validity period is set further in a regulation the Mayor. Article 82 (1) of the stated vehicle tested periodically given signs endorsement passed test form card test and sign test. (2) the expiration of periodic testing set for 6 (six) months. Article 83 if a vehicle is declared not to pass the test, notify the clerk in writing: a. repairs should be done; b. the time and place of the test performed. Article 84 (1) if the owner or the holder of the vehicle did not approve of the decision of the Examiner as referred to in article 83 may submit an objection in writing to the command of the officer concerned testers. (2) Director ...

45 (2) the leadership officer testers after receiving the submission of the objection referred to in subsection (1), immediately demanded an explanation from the examiners concerned and provide an answer in writing to the owner/holder of the vehicle, as to the accepted or turned the objection application. (3) if the petition objections received, the leader officer testers immediately commanded the other examiners to conduct a test and the test does not cost more. (4) If after the applicant's objections were rejected and/or repeated tests carried out as referred to in paragraph (3), remain stated do not pass the test, the owner or the holder of the vehicle can no longer pose the objection. Article 85 (1) the owner or holder of vehicles that perform repeated test referred to in section 84 subsection (4), apply the test intervals. (2) the repeated Test referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the procedures and the procedures for testing in advance. Article 86 the vehicle owner has got evidence of a passed test referred to in Article 85, shall be reported in writing to the executor that issued the test evidence tested if: a. loss or damage that results in not clearly readable; b. move the vehicle operating continuously more than 3 (three) months to other regions outside the territory of the region; c. modify the specification technique so that the motor vehicle is not in accordance with the data contained in the evidence tested; d. shifted ownership of motor vehicles so that the name of the owner does not comply again listed in the evidence tested; e. upon the expiration of the test vehicle at an end, can't do the test intervals, by mentioning the reasons why. Article ...

46 Article 87 (1) of the test Card may be revoked when: a. a vehicle modified specifications techniques so that do not comply with existing data on the certificate of registration and card type test a test vehicle concerned (Fox form); b. vehicles operated continuously more than 3 (three) months outside the territory of the corresponding testing; c. reroute the possession of the vehicle so that the name of the owner does not comply with that stipulated in the Test Card. (2) the owner of a vehicle that Ujinya Card revoked as referred to in paragraph (1), can be given a card test and the new test after the sign in question carry out periodic test in accordance with the return conditions. Article 88 (1) to conduct periodic testing, renewals and changes the replacement sign passed test charge levies. (2) the owner of a vehicle can be tested regularly outside of the testing area area is concerned with fulfilling the requirements: a. has evidence passed test is still valid; b. have the mark of the vehicle owner's identity; c. pay the cover letter test ride out. (3) for the testing intervals referred to in subsection (2), testers are obliged to report the results to the original SEGWAY done where the domicile of the vehicle are on. Paragraph 5 rejuvenation, replacement and removal of Vehicles Article 89 (1) for the sustainability and improvement of services, appropriateness of efforts and avoid the possibility of the occurrence of an accident due to the condition of the vehicle which does not meet the technical requirements and be eligible to the road, the local Government can conduct Rejuvenation, replacement and removal of public Vehicles and vehicles of government agencies. (2) the rejuvenation ...

47 (2) rejuvenation of public service vehicles referred to in subsection (1) done with the boundary based on the age of the vehicle. (3) the age of public service vehicles referred to in subsection (2), consisting of: a. the General passenger car and small bus maximum vehicle age limit of 7 years from published VEHICLE LICENSES with a tolerance of 3 years if the stated technical requirements and be eligible to meet the road; b. bus being the maximum vehicle age limit of 15 years since rising VEHICLE REGISTRATION, if the stated technical requirements and be eligible to meet the road; c. large bus maximum vehicle age limit 20 years since rising VEHICLE REGISTRATION, if the stated technical requirements and be eligible to meet the road. (4) the technical requirements and be eligible to Test the road as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by a team of testers motor vehicle. Article 90 of the rejuvenation of the vehicles referred to in Article 89 is done having regard to: a. the number of vehicles the rejuvenation of a replacement vehicle must be equal to rejuvenated; b. Sign the number of motor vehicles (TNKB) rejuvenation or replacement should be based on the number of motor vehicles are rejuvenated. Article 91 (1) at the request of the owner of the vehicle, local governments can perform replacement of public transportation. (2) the Reimbursement referred to in subsection (1) is done when: a. a vehicle accident so as not to allow longer operated and/or because the vehicle is missing; b. transfer of ownership route; c. Exchange ...

48 c. switch the position of the trackage; d. replacement of vehicles by vehicle vehicle that is better than the original. (3) the Reimbursement referred to in paragraph (1) letter b and subparagraph c mandatory notice of article 89 paragraph (2). Paragraph 6 Transport People in the street Article 92 Transport of people with a common motor vehicle consists of: a. the transport of people with a common motor vehicle routes; b. transport of people with a common motor vehicle not in the routes. Article 93 a person with motor vehicle Transportation in the trackage referred to in Article 92 letter a consists of: a. transportation between cities between provinces; b. transport between towns in the province; c. City Transit fully operating in urban areas; d. transportation that operates in the border region. Article 94 the transport of people with a common motor vehicle not in the trackage referred to in Article 92 letter b consists of: a. the taxi transport; b. transport tourism; c. transport employees; and d. the school transport. Article 95 (1) Public transport companies obliged to meet the minimum service standard which includes: a. Security; b. order; c. safety ...

49 c. safety; d. convenience; e. affordability; f. equality; and g. regularity. (2) a standard minimum service referred to in subsection (1) are assigned based on the type of service provided. (3) further Provisions concerning the minimum service standard as referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Mayor in accordance with provisions of laws-invitation. Article 96 in order of organization of the Ministry of transport of people with a common motor vehicle routes, Mayor of mandatory planning needs of service set out in the transport network of routes. Article 97 route Network as referred to in article 96 contains: a. the code number; b. service path or route that must be served; c. the number of fleet is allocated to every network routes; d. the nature of the service, the type of vehicle and the vehicle's base color; e. terminals of origin and destination. Article 98 (1) the determination of the route network was the result of planning is done on the basis of the survey results with attention to the following matters: a. spatial area; b. the network master plan traffic and Road Transport; c. the level of demand for transport services; d. the origin and destination of the journey; e. the availability ...


50 e. availability of network traffic and road transport; f. types of services and prototype vehicles for each of the networks planned; g. the distance and travel time; h. the availability terminal. (2) for the purposes of planning as mentioned in subsection (1), the local government organized a survey of traffic and transport survey, at least one time in 5 (five) years and the evaluation of the Ministry of transport one time in 1 (one) year. (3) the implementation of the survey as stated on the letter b until the letter h is implemented by SEGWAY. Article 99 (1) of the planning and evaluation referred to in Article 98, the local government authorities: a. to propose to the Governor for determination of network routes Between Towns In the province; b. set the route network is fully operational in the area of Bandung city; c. cooperation the determination of network routes between two areas of the city. (2) a network of routes that have been designated as referred to in paragraph (1), it was announced to the public. (3) cooperation network assignment routes between two areas of the city as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. planning, determination of network routes and taxi area of operation in the border areas; b. the determination of the Division of transport, procurement and allocation for each region; c. planning, border terminal assignment; d. joint surveillance in the border region. Article ...

51 Article 100 (1) in the framework of the Organization of the service taxi transport, local governments can plan the transport service needs defined by area of operation taxi in urban areas. (2) area of operation in urban areas as referred to in paragraph (1) may: a. be in the territory of the city; b. goes beyond area of the city within one (1) area of the province. Article 101 (1) determination of the area of operation of taxis that are the result of planning is done on the basis of the survey results with attention to the following matters: a. spatial area; b. the network master plan traffic and Road Transport; c. the level of demand for transport services; d. the availability of network traffic and road transport; e. type of Ministry and prototype vehicles for each of the planned network. (2) for the purposes of planning as mentioned in subsection (1) the local government organized a survey of traffic and transport survey, at least one time in five years and the evaluation of the transport service every year. Article 102 (1) of the planning and evaluation referred to in Article 101, the local government authorities: a. to propose to the Governor for determination of network routes and taxi area of operation between the city in the province; b. establish a network of routes and the area of operation of the taxi that is fully operational in the area of Bandung city; c. transportation cooperation between the two areas of the city. (2) area of operation Taxi set referred to in subsection (1), it was announced to the public. (3) cooperation ...

52 (3) transportation Cooperation between the two areas of the city as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. planning, determination of the area of operation of the taxi in the border areas; b. the determination of the Division of transport, procurement and allocation for each region; c. joint surveillance in the border region. Paragraph 7 Transport of goods by motor vehicles Common Article 103 haulage of general public with motor vehicles must meet the following requirements: a. road infrastructure undertaken comply with the class path; b. available distribution center logistics and/or a place to load and unload goods; and c. use the car stuff. Article 104 General haulage by public transportation is carried out according to the way which has been set out in the provisions of the legislation. Article 105 the carriage as referred to in article 104 exercised having regard to the provisions of the: a. vehicle used must meet the technical requirements and be eligible to the road are equipped with writing the name of the company; b. the vehicle used must be registered to the Government Areas Supervisory Card and got the use of motor vehicles (KPPKB) from SEGWAY; c. goods that are transported must be equipped with charge and a list of charges from the company concerned. Article 106 (1) transportation of goods as referred to in article 118 should perform the loading and unloading of goods on freight terminal. (2) in ...

53 (2) in the case of the terminal has not been established freight transportation of the goods referred to in subsection (1) may be made and loading and unloading activities of goods at places specified by allocation. (3) the places specified allocation as referred to in paragraph (1), warehousing, yard or facility provided by the owner of the goods specifically and/or certain places defined by the Mayor. (4) in the case of terminal infrastructures satisfy yet goods logistics system of the town by the local government and warehousing, as well as a special page provided by the owner of the goods, then the activities of loading and unloading on the roads should get permission from the Mayor. (5) for the purposes of controlling the activities of loading and unloading of goods as referred to in paragraph (1), the Mayor set the place and time of the activity, the route out of incoming vehicles and goods facilities place wait or rest. Article 107 (1) loading and unloading Activities of goods in the city who does not comply with the provisions referred to in Article 106 paragraph (2) and/or by using the road as a place of activity can only be made after obtaining permission from the Mayor. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), intended to control the activities of loading and unloading according to a particular place and time, so as not to cause disruption of traffic, road damage and/or harm to other road users. (3) goods transport Providers that perform special haulage activities mandatory provides storage space and is responsible for the preparation of the system and procedure for the handling of special items and/or harmful for the item has not been loaded into a special motor vehicles. (4) the driver of ...

54 (4) of the driver and/or special goods transport obligated Providers comply with the provisions regarding the procedures for loading, haulage, vehicle dimensions, and a class path. Article 108 (1) General haulage by motor vehicles is done using cars, motorcycles, passenger cars and buses on the condition number of the goods transported does not exceed the haulage vehicle type. (2) General haulage using motorcycles as referred to in subsection (1) must meet the requirements: a. has the space charge goods with the width does not exceed the handlebar Steering; b. high space charge not exceeding 900 millimeters from the top of the driver's seat. (3) transport of goods by using the motorcycle referred to in subsection (2) must have permission to use from the Mayor. Article 109 goods transportation Tariffs are set based on an agreement between service users and the public transport companies. Section 110 Provisions setting out more about loading and unloading activities and General haulage by motorcycle, systems and procedures of its permissions are set by regulation the Mayor. Paragraph 8 of article 111 Transport Licensing (1) Each State-owned enterprise, region, and/or other legal entity that will be attempted in the field of public transport for transporting persons and/or goods, required to have a permit from the local government. (2) Permission ...

55 (2) a permit referred to in subsection (1), include: a. the transport business license; b. permit the Organization of people in transit routes; c. permit organizing the transport of people not in the trackage; and/or d. permit the incidental. Article 112 (1) the permit referred to in Article 111 paragraph (2) letter b in the form of contract documents and/or electronic card of the decision letter, statement, and supervision. (2) the granting of a permit referred to in subsection (1) is implemented through the selection and/or auction in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (3) the permit referred to in subsection (1) may include permission on 1 (one) new routes or some routes in one area. Article 113 (1) Transport business license as referred to in article 111 paragraph (2) letter a is permission to do business in the field of transport of goods or people either held in routes or not in the trackage and are valid for the business activities taking place. (2) Every holder of a permit is obligatory: a. realizing the business activity and/or procurement of vehicles at least 6 (six) months from the issue of business license; b. report on the activities of its business each year to local governments; c. reporting and/or register a vehicle used to local governments and get a Surveillance of the use of motor vehicles (KPPKB) for each vehicle. (3) the card. ..


56 (3) Oversight of the use of motor vehicle Cards (KPPKB) as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, functioning as a means of monitoring and reporting activities. (4) Supervisory Cards use of motor vehicles (KPPKB) as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, valid for the period of 1 (one) year and extendable for a vehicle registered to operate. Article 114 (1) Permits the Organization of people in transit routes and not in the trackage referred to in Article 111 paragraph (2) letter b and c apply more than 5 (five) years and can be extended. (2) the permission of organizing the transport of people not in the routes of particular taxi transportation issued by SEGWAY, after allocation of the number of taxi vehicles for each company in the set by the Mayor's Decision. (3) the extension of the permit have to go through a selection process or the auction as in the meaning of in article 112 paragraph (2). Article 115 (1) of organizing the transport of people in the trackage and trackage in that its permissions not published not by a local government but serve the origin and from the area, the compulsory technical considerations get from local governments. (2) Technical Considerations for organizing the transport of people in route consists of the areas of transport and traffic. (3) consideration of the technical field of transport referred to in paragraph (2) at least consist of: a. the number of vehicles and the company on routes that intersect; b. the number of vehicle load factor on the route requested; c. plan a list of time travel; d. capacity ...

57 d. terminal capacity; e. motor vehicle storage facilities or pool; and f. the maintenance facilities or vehicles. (4) the consideration of the technical field of traffic referred to in subsection (2) at least consists of traffic volume, road capacity, density and class path. (5) Further provisions regarding technical considerations as mentioned in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Mayor. Article 116 (1) incidental Consent as stipulated in article 111 paragraph (2) letter d is the permissions that can be granted on transport companies who already have permission to use the motor vehicle route suggestion deviate from the route permission. (2) Permit the incidental sembagaimana mentioned on paragraph (1) may only be granted for the purpose of: a. Add to the shortage of transport at a certain time as transport on religious holidays, transport, freight transport and school holidays, sports; b. specific emergencies such as natural disasters. (3) Permission is granted for only one incidental way ride went home and/or apply 14 (fourteen) days and cannot be extended. (4) a permit issued by the Mayor of incidental appropriate domicile transportation company, to permit incidental trackage serving the city in the province. Article 117 fall and declared transit Licensing does not apply when: a. the business activities not implemented; b. the expiration of the permit is up and not renewed; c. incompatible with allocation; d. transfer of ownership occurs without the express permission of the officials of the giver of the consent; e. do. ..

58 e. do repeal or freezing of permissions due to operation of the vehicle in violation of the provisions that have been set, after being given a written warning by as much as 3 (three) times. Article 118 further Provisions regarding the procedures for granting the permission, the requirements, the selection process or the auction organized by the Mayor's Rules. Paragraph 9 mass transit Article 119 (1) Government guarantees the availability of mass transit Road-based transport to meet the needs of people with a common motor vehicles in urban areas. (2) mass transit as referred to in subsection (1) must be supported by: a. the transport capacity bus car mass; b. special lanes or bus lanes (busline); c. other public transport routes that are not berimpitan with mass transit routes; and d. the feeder transport. Article 120 further Provisions concerning the mass transit as referred to in article 119 is governed by rules of the Mayor. Paragraph 10 Multi Mode Transport Article 121 (1) public transport in Road transport that are part multimoda carried out by legal entities multimoda transport. (2) the activities of the public transport in the multimoda transport was carried out based on agreements made between Road transport and legal entities legal entities multimoda transport and/or legal entities of the other modes. (3) Ministry ...

59 (3) multimoda Transport Services should be integrated in the system and received permission from the local government. (4) the provisions on transport multimoda, requirements, and procedures for obtaining a permit referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Mayor. Paragraph 11 of article 122 Freight Rates in order of organizing public transport transport, tariffs set include: a. passenger transport tariff; b. the price of transport of goods. Article 123 (1) passenger transport tariff Structure as stipulated in article 122 letter a that operate in a fixed and regular routes, include: a. economic rate is composed and base rate and tariff distance; b. the non economic tariff consists of the base rate, the rate the distance and rate extra services. (2) the tariff structure of passenger transport that operates not in the routes in the area, including: a. the taxi fares fare consists of open doors, tariff distance, waiting, tariffs and/or other appropriate tariff provisions and regulations; b. passenger fares for transport of people not in the routes with specific purposes, tourism and specific areas set out the agreement between service users and the public transport companies. (3) the price of the transport of goods as referred to in article 122 letter b established on the basis of an agreement between service users and providers of transport services. Article 124 the determination of fare as stipulated in article 123 Article 122 and consists of: a. the price of the additional services by providers of transport services; b. tariff ...

60 b. tariff distances for passenger transport service that is entirely located in the more established by the decision of the Mayor. Article 125 (1) the magnitude of the city transit fare is fully operational in the region are set based on the mileage calculation multiplied by the base rate. (2) the price of transportation and rural transport operating in the border region, was set upon mutual agreement between the head of the city areas related to transportation cooperation between regions. (3) the passenger Tariffs for transport of people not in the routes with the use of taxis as stipulated in article 123 para (2) letter a is assigned by the Public transport companies upon the approval of the Mayor on the basis of the provisions of the legislation. Monitoring and control of the fourth part of article 126 (1) to know the development of the Ministry of transport of people, every year conducted monitoring and surveillance as well as freight transport reset logging. (2) the aspects considered in the monitoring and supervision of the transport of the person referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. social and economic development; b. observations and review of field by SEGWAY; c. reports and user input services; d. report and input transport entrepreneurs; and e. the advice and opinions of Forum traffic and Road Transport. Article 127 (1) the results of the monitoring and supervision of the transport of the person referred to in Article 126, used as material for the evaluation of the routes. (2) the evaluation of ...

61 (2) evaluation of the routes was conducted in the framework of the development or expansion of routes, the Elimination of routes, route amalgamation, route selection and transitional modes of transport. (3) the evaluation of the transport routes of the people done periodically by SEGWAY. (4) the results of the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (2), it was announced broadly in order to be known by the public. Article 128 (1) supervision and control of traffic and transportation is done by SEGWAY. (2) monitoring and control Activities as referred to in paragraph (1), consisting of: a. perform monitoring and evaluation of the activities of the Organization of the response traffic and transport; b. organize places that has been established as a means for traffic and transport; c. curbing or controlling. (3) in performing the action referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, SEGWAY coordinate with other authorized agencies. Article 129 operational engineering Officers can exercise supervision in accordance with the motor vehicle laws-invitation. Article 130 (1) operational Engineering Officer assisted the joint examiner Police officers can conduct the inspection and sweeping in its appropriate relationship. (2) the operational Engineering Officer referred to in subsection (1) is Investigating civil servant (1988) (3) officers of the examiner as referred to in paragraph (1) are officers who have qualified in the field of transportation. Article ...


62 Article 131 further Provisions regarding the procedures for supervision, control and inspection operations subject to the regulations of the Mayor. CHAPTER III ORGANIZATION of the RAILWAYS of the CITY is considered Part of the General Article 132 (1) Railways of the city organized to facilitate the transfer of people and/or goods en masse with a happy, secure, convenient, fast, precise, orderly, regular and efficient. (2) the inaugural city railways sebagamaiana referred to in subsection (1) is intended to support equitable growth, stability, driving and driving force of development. (3) Setting the city railways include: a. order of public railways; b. the Organization of infrastructures and means of railways; c. human resources of railways; d. licensing; e. coaching; and f. the traffic and freight train. The second part of the city Railways Order Article 133 (1) public perkeretapian Order as referred to in article 132 paragraph (1) letter a include: a. national railways; b. perketertaapian province; and c. the city railways. (2) public railways Order referred to in subsection (1) is a unified system of national railways. (3) system ...

63 (3) of the city railways System as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c must be integrated with other transportation modes. Article 134 (1) to realize the public railways order as stipulated in article 133 paragraph (2) Letter c is assigned the city railways master plan. (2) the city railways master plan referred to in subsection (1) may constitute a development plan and/or the development of urban railways. (3) development plan and/or the development of the city's railways as referred to in paragraph (2) covers the development of the railways on the railway network of the existing as well as the railway network will be built. The third part of the master plan of the city Railways Article 135 (1) of the city railways master plan consists of: a. the Intercity pekeretaapian master plan in the city; and b. the master plan of urban railways in the city. (2) the city railways master plan is the master plan of urban railways. (3) the city railways master plan was drawn up having regard to: a. the national spatial plan area; b. spatial plan area of the province; c. spatial plan areas of the city; d. provincial railways master plan; e. network master plan other transportation modes in the city; f. transportation railways needs transportation in the city. Article ...

64 Article 136 the transport needs of the railways in the city transport as referred to in article 135 paragraph (3) the letter f consists of: a. an estimate of passengers and goods between the city center; b. forecasting displacement of people and/or goods from and to vertices of another mode of transportation that must be served by railways of the city; and c. an estimate of passengers in urban area of coverage within the area of the city. Article 137 the city railways master plan Drafting at least contain: a. a policy direction and the role of City Government in the overall mode of transportation; b. forecasting displacement of people and/or goods according to the origin of the travel destinations in the city; c. plan of railways infrastructure needs of the city; d. the plan needs a means of railways of the city; and e. the plan of human resources needs. Article 138 the policy Direction and the role of City Government in the overall transportation modes as stipulated in article 137 letter a consists of: a. options and intercity railways development strategy on the railways of the city in the entire Intercity transportation modes of transportation in the city; b. the choice of development strategies and urban railways in railways overall inner city urban transportation modes of transportation in the city; c. the role of intercity railways transport on railways of the city in the entire Intercity transportation modes of transportation in the city; and d. the role of the ...

65 d. role of urban railways transport on railways overall inner city urban transportation modes of transportation in the city. Article 139 Forecasting displacement of people and/or goods according to the origin of the city's transportation landscape travel destination as referred to in article 137 the letter b include the following: a. an estimate of the displacement of persons and/or goods between activity centers of the city; b. an estimate of the displacement of people and/or goods from and to vertices of another mode of transportation that must be served by railways of the city; and c. an estimate of the displacement of people in urban areas that are in scope in the area of the city. Article 140 of the city railways infrastructure needs Plan as referred to in article 137 of the letter c consists of: a. the plan line railways Intercity and urban railways on the railways of the city; b. plan the location and class Intercity railways stations and urban railways on the railways of the city; and c. the plan needs facilities operating railways Intercity and urban railways on the railways of the city. Article 141 means of railways needs the City Plan as referred to in article 137 d consists of: a. the plan needs a means of railroads that serve the city transport on railways of the city; and b. the plan needs a means of urban transport that serves the railways on the railways of the city from and to vertices other transportation modes served by railways of the city. Article ...

66 Article 142 human resources needs of the Plans referred to in Article 137 of the letter e consists of: a. the plan needs of human resources in the field of infrastructure of railways between towns on the city's railways; b. plan of human resources needs in the field of means of railways between towns on the city's railways; c. plan of human resources needs in the field of urban railways infrastructure on the railways of the city; d. the plan needs of human resources in the field of urban railways means on railways of the city; and e. the plan of human resources needs of the builders of the City Government. Article 143 (1) master plan the City Government organized and established by the Mayor. (2) the Mayor in drawing up master plan the City Government is obligated to consult with the Governor and Minister. The Fourth Part. Preparation of the master plan of the city Railways Article 144 (1) preparation of the master plan the City Government conducted with attention to the Organization of infrastructures and means of railways in accordance with the type of train that includes: a. normal speed railroad; b. high speed rail; c. the Monorail trains; d. the tram; and e. the cable (2) Organization of infrastructures and means according to the type of train as referred to in subsection (1) at least are based on: a. the speed; b. technology; c. the means ...

67 c. means of locomotion; d. types of rail road; and e. the type of construction. (3) the provisions of the standard technical specification development or procurement, operation, and maintenance of infrastructures and means of each train type as referred to in paragraph (1) refers to laws-invitation. Part five Railways development plan Article 145 (1) in order to realize the city railways master plan laid out a plan to build the city's railways. (2) the city railways development plan referred to in subsection (1) refers to the master plan of railways. (3) the city railways development plan referred to in subsection (2) are defined by the Mayor. (4) the city railways development plan referred to in paragraph (3) was drawn up for a period of 5 (five) years. (5) the railways development plan can be evaluated every 2 (two) years or before two (2) years in case of changes in the strategic environment. (6) the results of the evaluation as referred to in subsection (5) may be used as the basis for consideration of changes to the development plan of railways. (7) the railways development plan referred to in paragraph (4) contains at least: a. location network lines and stations; b. the construction of railways infrastructure of the city; c. type and the number of means of railways of the city; d. human resource needs; and e. the operation of railways of the city. Article ...

68 Section 146 of the Ordinance provisions on the preparation of the master plan of the city railways and city railways development plan refers to provisions of the legislation. The sixth part of the Infrastructure and means of Article 147 (1) Railways of the city consists of: a. public railways; and b. Special railways. (2) public Railways as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is organized to serve the transport of people and/or goods with paid admission. (3) public Railways as referred to in paragraph (2) includes the following: a. urban railways; and b. the railways between towns. (4) special Railways as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b done by a business entity to support anyway. (5) the Railways as referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the Organization of railways infrastructure; and/or b. organizing means of railways. The seventh part of the infrastructure and means of organizing the Public Infrastructure of railroads 1 Paragraph of article 148 (1) railways Infrastructure includes the following: a. the railway line; b. the train station; and c. facilities railway operation. (2) Conducting ...


69 (2) Organization of railways infrastructure includes the following: a. the construction of infrastructure; b. the operation of infrastructures; c. the care infrastructure; and d. the business infrastructure. Article 149 (1) of the planning and construction of the railway network consider the following aspects: a. the transport needs of the city; b. spatial plan area; c. alignment with the national rail network; d. alignment of intra and inter mode of transportation; e. alignment with other development sectors; f. safety and smooth operation of the railway; g. economic growth; h. environmental sustainability; i. Security. (2) planning, development, development, review and/or refinement against General plans of urban railway network established by the decision of the Mayor. Article 150 (1) construction of special railway lines, canals, drains and/or other infrastructure cause or need an extension, cutting or penyinggungan with urban railways, carried out after obtaining permission Mayor. (2) the granting of a permit referred to in subsection (1), be carried out having regard to: a. the General plans of urban railway network; b. security of the construction of the railway line; c. the safety and smooth operation of urban railway; d. the technical requirements of the building and safety and security in the Balkans. (3) road ...

70 (3) of the road the Rails could be on: a. the ground surface; b. under the ground surface; and c. above ground level. (4) Construction railway lines referred to in paragraph (3), can be either way railroad and/or other construction is adapted to the type of railways. (5) in the case of the construction of the road on the top of the rail way Rails that were on the surface of the land for that type of monorail train and cable car at least consists of rails or referrer. (6) construction of special railway line as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out not in conflict with the Spatial Plan of the city. Article 151 (1) for the smooth operation and safety of the urban train, arrangements regarding space benefits the urban railway line includes the following: a. space benefits the railway line; b. the space belonging to the railways; and c. the surveillance space railways including the bottom and free space on it. Article 152 (1) Limits the space benefits the railway line to the path of the rail on the ground surface must be measured from the outermost side rail roads and their plots of land on the left and right are used for construction of rail roads, including plots of land for the placement of facilities operating trains and buildings complement each other. (2) in the space benefits line there is free space must be free of obstacles and obstructions dikiri, right, top, and bottom of the rail road. (3) benefits of Space railway lines referred to in subsection (1) includes land and space above the bottom as high as the highest limit of free space plus space for placement of the construction of the railway operating facilities. (4) space ...

71 (4) free space referred to in paragraph (2) tailored to the kind of Government that will be operated. (5) any person prohibited from entering or being in space benefit the railway unless the officer in the field of railways which has a letter of assignment from the organizers of the infrastructure of railways. (6) further Provisions regarding space benefits the railway line subject to the regulations of the Mayor with reference to the provisions of the legislation. Pasal153 (1) space belonging to the railway line include plots of land and right of dikiri spaces benefits the railway line that is used for the construction of the railway road security. (2) further Provisions on the railway-owned spaces arranged with the Mayor Rules with reference to the provisions of the legislation. Article 154 (1) surveillance Space railways include plots of land or other areas on the left and right of the railway-owned spaces used for safety and smooth operation of the railway. (2) space benefits the railway line, the railway-owned space and space surveillance of railways for trams follow the applicable provisions on benefits of space, space surveillance, and owned the road. (3) Land in the supervision of railway lines can be used for other activities provided does not harm the operation of the railway. (4) the provisions on railway-owned spaces arranged with the Mayor Rules with reference to the provisions of the legislation. Article 155 (1) Urban railway station referred to in Section 148 subsection (1) letter b, serve to: a. the purposes of up and down passengers and/or loading and unloading goods; b. the purposes ...

72 b. railway operating purposes; c. necessity turn of antarmoda and/or intramoda. (2) compulsory urban train station is equipped with facilities for: a. ride down passengers; b. unloading goods; c. operation of railways; d. safety facilities; e. security facilities; f. leisure facilities; g. special facilities for the disabled, the elderly and the sick; h. health facilities; b. facilities information; c. public facilities; d. hygiene facilities; and e. other supporting facilities. (3) the Facilities referred to in subsection (2), must meet the requirements: a. the safety, security, comfort and convenience for passengers; b. the safety and ease of loading and unloading goods; c. safety and security operations. Article 156 the determination of location and construction of the urban train station should pay attention to: a. the spatial plan of the area; b. the General plans of the national railway network and the province; c. City railways master plan; d. the interests of railway operations; e. alignment antarmoda and intramoda transport. Article 157 (1) the area of the work environment with a certain boundaries must be set explicitly in every urban train station. (2) the limits ...

73 (2) the boundaries of the area of the working environment of urban railway station referred to in subsection (1), established by the Mayor. Article 158 On urban railway station can be organized business activities ancillary to the main facility, along with article 153 paragraph (2) and subsection (3) have been fulfilled. Article 159 of operational urban railway Facilities consist of: a. equipment persinyalan; b. electrical installation; and c. the telecommunications equipment. Article 160 (1) persinyalan Equipment as stipulated in article 159 the letter a function as: a. the instructions; b. controller. (2) equipment persinyalan that serve as instructions consist of: a. the signal, which serves to indicate the operating conditions of the railway; b. mark, which serves to indicate the cue to be carried by the officers that control the movement of a train means; c. marka, which serves to indicate certain conditions somewhere. (3) equipment persinyalan as the controller serves to control the operation of the railway. (4) provision of further system persinyalan is controlled by a Regulation the Mayor with reference to the provisions of the legislation. Article 161 (1) electrical installation as stipulated in article 159 the letter b is used for the electric-powered train driving, proper functioning persinyalan electrical and telecommunications equipment and other devices power supply. (2) installation ...

74 (2) electrical installation referred to in subsection (1), consisting of: a. the electric power supply; b. transmission equipment. Article 162 (1) telecommunications equipment as stipulated in article 159 the letter c serves to support the delivery of information and/or communication for the benefit of railway operation. (2) the information and/or communication activities as referred to in paragraph (1), shall be recorded on a recording device. (3) provision of more about telecommunication system on urban rail is regulated by regulation the Mayor with reference to the provisions of laws-invitation. Paragraph 2 means of Article 163 (1) means of rail based on its function consists of: a. a means of locomotion; b. the means of transport of passengers or goods; c. the means for the purposes of the special. (2) Means the railway referred to in subsection (1), must comply with the specifications of the railway infrastructure. Article 164 the means of locomotion as stipulated in article 165 paragraph (1) letter a, must meet the technical requirements in accordance with the applicable include the following: a. the basic frame and body; b. devices for propulsion; c. safety equipment; d. tool designers; e. controlling equipment. Article ...


75 Article 165 (1) means of transport of passengers or goods as referred to in article 163 subsection (1) letter b, must meet the technical requirements, include: a. basic frame and body; b. devices for propulsion; c. safety equipment; d. tool designers; e. controlling equipment. (2) in addition to the technical requirements referred to in subsection (1), means the transport of passengers or goods must also meet: a. means of passenger transport must be equipped with a door, Windows and passenger servicing facilities; b. means of goods transport must be equipped with facilities for easy loading and unloading. (3) in the case of passenger transport facility has its own mover tool in addition to requirements as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) letter a, must meet the technical requirements of the means of propulsion. Article 166 (1) Transport people by train can only be done with passenger trains. (2) under certain conditions, the organizer of the railway business entities can perform the carriage of the person referred to in subsection (1), by means of the other train. (3) Ministry of transport people by train as referred to in paragraph (1), composed of the Ministry of economic and non economic. Article 167 (1) Transport of goods by rail using carriage and baggage train. (2) Transport of goods referred to in subsection (1), consisting of: a. public goods; b. Special items; c. dangerous goods. (3) the hopper ...

76 (3) rolling stock to transport the dangerous goods and special items as mentioned in paragraph (2) letter b and c letters should be separated from public goods and cars have standard treatment storage and transfer of goods and special or dangerous. Article 168 further Provisions regarding technical arrangements as well as the procedures for licensing special haulage activities and/or dangerous goods regulated by the regulations with reference to the Mayor's legislation. Article 169 (1) Care facilities and infrastructure of the railway is done by SEGWAY and/or may be exercised by third parties with the consent of the Mayor. (2) the provisions on the treatment of the railway infrastructure and facilities referred to in subsection (1), subject to the regulations of the Mayor. Article 170 (1) Inspection and testing facilities and infrastructure trains organized by SEGWAY. (2) the inspection and testing of the rail infrastructure and facilities referred to in subsection (1), carried out by observing the technical requirements. (3) the inspection and testing of the rail infrastructure and facilities referred to in subsection (1) may be exercised by third parties who have special qualifications and certifications in the field of inspection, testing and infrastructure of the railway. Article 171 (1) the inspection and testing of the means implemented to train first before further operated and periodically at least once within 1 (one) year. (2) the means ...

77 (2) Means the railway referred to in subsection (1), which has passed the inspection and testing of given signs pass by SEGWAY and/or specialized institutions that have certification. (3) the inspection and testing of railway infrastructures, particularly for rail roads including bridges and tunnels, persinyalan equipment, installation of electrical and telecommunications equipment, done at least once in 1 (one) year. The eighth part of organizing Special Railways Article 172 (1) special Railways held terbata in the area is the principal activity of the business entity. (2) in case there are areas outside of the supporting area of the activity anyway, organizing special railways can only be done from the principal activities to support the region point of atu. The ninth section 1 paragraph of Public Railways Licensing City Article 173 (1) a business entity which organizes the public railways infrastructure required to have: a. the business license; b. construction permit; and c. the operating permit. (2) a business entity which organizes the means required to have public railways: a. business license; and b. the operating permit. (3) a business entity as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) may take the form: a. State-owned enterprises; b. regional-owned enterprises; c. the Agency ...

78 c. private-owned enterprises; or d. the cooperative. (4) the business entity as referred to in paragraph (3) was established specifically to hold the railways. Article 174 (1) a business entity that will hold public railways infrastructure before granted business license as referred to in article 173 paragraph (1) letter a by the Mayor, must first be established as organizers of public railways praarana city. (2) the determination referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the Mayor in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. (3) the specified business entities as referred to in paragraph (2) are given the right of organizing public railways infrastructure of the city. (4) the right of organizing public railways infrastructure the city poured in organizing public railways infrastructure of the city between the Mayor and the business entity. Article 175 (1) of the Treaty of the Organization of the public city railways infrastructure as stipulated in article 174 subsection (4) at least contain: a. the scope of organizing; b. the length of time the right of organizing public railways infrastructure of the city; c. rights and obligations including the risks should be borne by the parties, based on the principle of allocating risks in an efficient and balanced; d. performance standards of service as well as the procedures of handling complaints; e. sanctions if the parties do not meet the conditions of the agreement the Providence; f. dispute resolution; g. termination or termination of agreements organizing; h. facilities ...

79 h. supporting facilities infrastructure of railways; i. State of the force (force majeure); and j. provisions on submission of railways infrastructure and facilities the pad end of the right venue. (2) in terms of organizing rights period has been completed, operation of public railways infrastructure of the city can still be done/extension by business entities on the basis of a cooperation agreement implementation updated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 176 of the provisions on the procedures of granting business license of organizing public railways infrastructure the city established with Regulations with reference to the Mayor's conditions regulated in the legislation. Chapter 177 public railways infrastructure development Consent as stipulated in article 173 paragraph (1) letter b is given by the Mayor to the network of railways tracks are located in the General area of the city, following the recommendations of the provincial government and the approval of the Minister. Article 178 railways infrastructure development Permit at least contain: a. the identity of business entities; b. location of construction of the infrastructure of railways; c. a period of pelaksaan development of the infrastructure of railways; d. obligations of the holder of the permit; e. revocation provisions of railways infrastructure development; f. validity permit construction of railways infrastructure. Article ...

80 Article 179 (1) in the implementation of the construction of the infrastructure of railways, a business entity that has been granted the permission compulsory railways infrastructure development: a. adhering to laws and regulations in the field of railways; b. comply with other regulations pertaining to the construction of the infrastructure of railways; c. responsible for impacts arising during the execution of the construction of the infrastructure of railways; d. carry out the obligations contained in the Treaty Organization of railways infrastructure; e. carry out development work in accordance with the plan of railways infrastructure engineering; and f. railways infrastructure development activities are reported periodically to the Mayor. (2) further Provisions on the development of public railways infrastructure of the city is governed by the rules of the Mayor. Article 180 (1) Permits the operation of public railways infrastructure as stipulated in article 173 paragraph (1) Letter c is defined by the Mayor to the public railways tracks are located in the area of the city after receiving the recommendation of the Governor and the approval of the Minister. (2) the application for an operating permit General railways infrastructure network path is in the city area proposed by the business entity is equipped with the requirements as set forth in the provisions of the legislation. Article 181 (1) railways infrastructure Providers who obtained the permission of the mandatory operations: a. operating the infrastructure of railways; b. keep the ...


81 b. comply with regulations and provisions in the field of railways and preservation of environmental functions; c. comply with other regulations pertaining to the operation of the infrastructure of railways; d. is responsible for the operation of infrastructure concerned railways; e. reported activities of the operational infrastructure of railways periodically each 1 (one) year to the Mayor; and f. obtain the approval of the Minister if it will carry out the construction of infrastructure/facilities other overlapping or intersecting with prsarana railways. (2) the provisions on the operation of railways infrastructure permission and cooperation organization of infrastructure perkeretaaapian set with the Mayor's Rules with reference to the provisions set forth in laws-invitation. Article 182 (1) means of conducting business license public railways as referred to in article 173 paragraph (2) letter a, published by the Minister. (2) conducting business license means railways as referred to in subsection (1) is valid for business entities still run the railways means organizers of the effort means of railways. Article 183 (1) Permits the operation of a means of public railways as referred to in article 173 paragraph (2) letter b can be given to Businesses that already have a business license of organizing the means of railways. (2) Permits the operation of a means of public railways as referred to in paragraph (1) may be filed by a business entity to the Mayor that the network path is in the city area after carrying out activities: a. the preparation of technical specification means of railways; b. study ...

82 b. feasibility study; and c. provision of means of railways. (3) Permits the operation of a means of public railways as referred to in paragraph (2), published by the Mayor. (4) the organisers a means of public railways which has obtained the permission of the mandatory operations: a. operating the railways means; b. comply with legislation in the field of railways; c. comply with the laws and regulations in the field of preservation of the environment; d. is responsible for the operation of the means of railways; and e. report of operational activities means railways periodically to the Mayor. (5) the provisions on application procedures, requirements and issuance of permits the operation of a means of public Railways Cooperation Organization of the city and means of railways arranged with Mayor rules with reference to the provisions set forth in laws-invitation. Paragraph 2 of article 184 special Railways (1) a business entity which organizes special railways obligated: a. construction Permit; and b. the operating Permit. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1) is given by the Mayor for the holding of a special track railways in the city after receiving the recommendation of the Governor and the approval of the Minister. Article 185 business entity that will hold special railways in order to support the activities anyway, obliged to apply for permission to the construction of railways. Article ...

83 Article 186 (1) to obtain special railways construction permit as referred to in article 185, the business entity must first obtain the approval of the principle of the construction of railways. (2) the consent principle to the construction of railways specially granted by the Mayor for the holding of a special network of railways tracks are located in the area of the city after receiving a recommendation from the Governor and the approval of the Minister. (3) business entities that have had the approval of the principle of the construction of railways must implement special activities: a. technical planning; b. analysis of the impact of lingkunngan living or UKL and UPL; and c. provision of land. (4) if in writing within 2 (two) years since the approval given the principle of development, business entities do not carry out the activities referred to in paragraph (4) of the letters a and b, the approval of the development principle stated as not applicable. (5) business entities that have executed the provisions referred to in subsection (3) may apply for permission to the construction of railways to the Mayor for the holding of a special network of railways on track in the area of the city. (6) the Mayor based on the application referred to in subsection (5) perform evaluation of the completeness of requirements presented by the applicant. (7) on the basis of the evaluation referred to in paragraph (7), if eligible, the Mayor continued to the Governor to get recommendations. (8) the Mayor delivered a petition for approval to the Minister with recommendations the Governor and technical requirements. Article ...

84 Article 187 (1) special railways operating Permit referred to in Section 184 subsection (1) letter b issued by the Mayor for the operation of a special network of railways tracks are located in the area of the city after receiving the recommendation of the Governor and the approval of the Minister. (2) special railways operating Permit referred to in subsection (1) is valid for Corporately run his business. (3) to obtain special railways operating permits, the business entity is obligated to fulfill the requirements of: a. the construction of infrastructures and the procurement of means special railways have been implemented in accordance with the technical requirements and has passed the first test; b. have the system and procedure for the operation, inspection, and maintenance of infrastructures and means of railways; c. the availability of infrastructures of officers and crew of the means of power, maintenance, and energy infrastructure and means of examiner special railways which has a certificate of proficiency. (4) special railways operating Permits may be transferred to another business entity together with the transfer of business anyway after obtaining permission from the Mayor. (5) the provisions on application procedures, requirements, standard operating permits and issuance of special with railways regulations means the Mayor with reference to the provisions set forth in laws-invitation. The tenth part of the construction of article 188 (1) construction of railways conducted by the City Mayor. (2) the construction referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the determination of the direction of development policy objectives and the railways of the city; b. referral, guidance, training, and technical assistance to providers and users of services of railways in the area; and c. the supervision of ...

85 c. supervision of the implementation of the penyelenggasraraan against the City Government. (3) the determination of the direction of development policy and targets the city's railways as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, performed by giving the direction of the development and performance of urban railways in the target area of the city. (4) the giving of the direction, guidance, supervision, training, licensing, as well as technical assistance in the field of development and operation of the railways to the organizers as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b at least include the following: a. the operation of the train of the city; b. examination and treatment procedures of infrastructures and means of railways of the city; c. increasing the competence of crew facilities and infrastructures of the city railways officers; and d. graphing rail travel (GAPEKA) of the city. (5) the giving of the direction, guidance, training, and technical assistance to users of services as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b at least include the following: a. an understanding of aspects of safety in rail transport pengelenggaraan; b. compliance with the provisions of the Organization of the railways; and c. order in railway transport. (6) Supervision against the Providence City Government referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c surveillance activities include: a. the construction of infrastructures and pengadan means city railways; b. the operation of infrastructures and means of railways of the city; c. care infrastructures and means of railways of the city; and d. the business infrastructure and means of railways of the city. (7) the supervision referred to in subsection (6) is done through monitoring and evaluation, including the corrective action. Article ...

86 Article 189 (1) rail transport service network serves as one of the city's transport system services. (2) train service network held in integrated in one unit that is part an integral part of the overall transport system. (3) a railway transport service network established by the decision of the Mayor. (4) the fixing of the railway transport service network with other cities outside the region, carried out on the basis of a cooperation Agreement Between Regions with reference to the provisions set forth in the legislation. Article 190 further Provisions regarding the procedures for the construction of the railways of the city is controlled by the regulation of the Mayor. The eleventh part Tariff Article 191 Mayor sets the structure and the rates of the railway transportation based on the proposals of the Board of City Transport with the approval of PARLIAMENT. CHAPTER IV ORGANIZATION of AIR TRANSPORTATION Article 192 (1) of the air transportation Activities of the airport include: a. do coaching and conducting aerial transportation arrangements is local Government Affairs; b. granting recommendations public airport location assignment; c. monitoring the implementation of decisions of the penetepan public airport location and report to the Government on the airport there are airport administrator yet; d. determination of the ...


87 d. designation/permission to the construction Airports that serve the Public seating 30

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