Train Facility Public Policy as Passenger Safety Guarantee
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Government policy, Guarantee of safety, Railways, Passengers facilities

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SUWARDI, S., ILMA SILFIAH, R., & KUSWANTO, H. (2018). Train Facility Public Policy as Passenger Safety Guarantee. PRIZREN SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, 2(2), 98-113. Retrieved from http://prizrenjournal.com/index.php/PSSJ/article/view/43

Abstract

The train mode is a transportation that is popular one for the people of Indonesia, because in addition to the affordable prices by all levels of society beside there are many other advantages. With this paradigm change in relation to the issuance of Law Number 23 of 2007 concerning Railways including its implementing regulations, efforts to advance railways National to better conditions in the future. In social life, railroad transportation is used as a facilitator to move people from one place or area to another place or area. This is very helpful for the community in carrying out relatively large amounts of mobility. Another role in economic development is as a facility for production and investment systems so as to have a positive impact on economic conditions at national levels with good economic growth, will help the government in reducing poverty rates that can improve the welfare of the population.

Key words: Government Policy, Guarantee of Safety, Railways, Passengers Facilities.

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