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Sumber: youtube.com Kabar menggembirakan datang dari provinsi Sumatera Utara, dimana sebuah perusahaan umum asal Korea, Korea Rail Network Authority (KRNA) secara terang-terangan menyatakan minatnya untuk melakukan investasi dengan membangun sistem transportasi kereta di provinsi yang terkenal dengan Danau Tobanya tersebut.Baca Juga: Sumatera Utara Ternyata Punya 10 BandaraSebagaimana yang dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari laman thejakartapost.com (15/3/2018), manajer umum otoritas untuk divisi luar negeri KRNA, Park Dae-geun menyebutkan bahwa perusahaan tersebut tertarik untuk berinvestasi di provinsi Sumatera Utara setelah dirinya bertemu dengan sekretaris daerah (sekda), Ibnu S. Hutomo. Dirinya mengatakan bahwa provinsi tersebut membutuhkan sistem transportasi yang lebih baik dan cepat, mengingat pertumbuhan populasi dan ekonomi yang terhitung cepat. “Pemerintah Sumatera Utara berkeinginan untuk mengembangkan jalur kereta api untuk menghubungkan Medan dari Pematang Siantar ke daerah resor Danau Toba di Bandara Parapat dan Silangit di Tapanuli Utara,” tutur Ibnu menyambut baik niatan dari pihak Korea tersebut. “PT KAI hanya menghubungkan Medan dan Pematang Siantar saja,” tandasnya.Entah minatnya untuk mengadakan sarana transportasi di provinsi Sumatera Utara dilandaskan pada upaya untuk melebarkan sayap perusahaan atau bukan, namun seperti yang diketahui bersama, KRNA merupakan salah satu pengembang dari proyek pengadaan Light Rapid Transit (LRT) di Jakarta.Lebih lanjut, Ibnu menandaskan bahwa menghadirkan moda transportasi yang andal merupakan prioritas pemerintah, terutama dalam upayanya untuk mengakomodasi wisatawan domestik dan mancanegara yang bertandang ke Tanah Batak.Akhir tahun lalu, PT Angkasa Pura II menyelesaikan renovasi di Bandara Silangit sebagai salah satu upaya untuk menarik wisatawan dan mempromosikan Danau Toba sebagai destinasi wisata utamanya. Renovasi tersebut mencakup perpanjangan landasan pacu hingga 2.650m dari 2.400m, perluasan kapasitas apron dan terminal bandara dengan total investasi US$27,7 juta atau yang setara dengan Rp369 miliar.Baca Juga: Mau ke Pulau Samosir? Ini Pilihan RutenyaApron baru ini dipercaya mampu menampung dua pesawat Boeing 737-500 dan empat pesawat Boeing 737-900 ER. Sementara terminal yang telah direnovasi akan mampu menampung penumpang hingga 1 juta orang, yang sebelumnya hanya mampu menampung 36.500 penumpang setiap tahunnya. Selain untuk tujuan wisata, Ibnu juga mengatakan pemerintah pun berencana akan membangun jalur kereta api yang menghubungkan beberapa daerah lain, seperti Binjai, Deli Serdang, dan Karo.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedBerdamai, Korea Selatan Siap Bersinergi ‘Terangkan’ Sektor Transportasi di Korea Utara11/05/2018In “Darat”Dengan Sentuhan Rusia, Kalimantan Bakal Rasakan Jalur Kereta di 202214/07/2017In “Darat”Lebih Dekat dengan Kereta Bandara Kuala Namu09/02/2017In “Bandara”
Tatsuma Ito pulled out a five-set victory over Treat Huey on Friday as Japan won both of its opening-day singles matches against the Philippines in the first round of Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Group 1.Ito won the three-hour battle 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 before two-time national champion Go Soeda defeated Cecil Mamiit 6-7 (4-7), 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 at Namihaya Dome. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 Toshihide Matsui and Takao Suzuki will try to wrap up the best-of-five series in Saturday’s doubles against Francis Casey Alcantara and Johnny Arcilla. The reverse singles will be played Sunday.
In April, the Kajima Deers found out they were going to need to find a new sponsor at the end of the current X League season.While that search is still ongoing, if any potential backers were watching them play Monday night, good news may be on the horizon. Kajima Deers, Fujitsu Frontiers, Pearl Bowl GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES KEYWORDS Quarterback Takuya Yamashiro and the Deers offense put on a show through the air in the second half, scoring 17 unanswered points to earn a 17-10 victory over the Fujitsu Frontiers in Pearl Bowl XXXVI on Monday night at Tokyo Dome.“We were able to move the chains in the first half,” Kajima head coach Kiyoyuki Mori said. “Our play wasn’t as bad as the halftime score (the Deers trailed 10-0). We knew Fujitsu would try to stop our running game, so we felt our passing would be effective in the second half.”Yamashiro ended Kajima’s first two drives of the second half with touchdown passes to help his team overturn a 10-0 halftime deficit and win the Pearl Bowl title for the first time since 2009. He finished 16 of 22 for 184 yards and two touchdowns.“We struggled to score in the first half, but believed we’d have a chance to catch up if we kept playing patiently,” Yamashiro said. “Our defense played great in the second half and gave us a chance to win.”Receiver Yujiro Iwai caught three passes for 76 yards in the win and was named the game’s MVP. Iwai helped set up his team’s first score with a 48-yard reception in the third quarter and later scored the go-ahead touchdown.“I’m happy that I took advantage of the few chances I had,” Iwai said.Kajima receiver Naoki Maeda also had three receptions and finished with 45 yards and a touchdown.The Pearl Bowl signals the end of the X League’s spring season and is a matchup of the final two teams remaining in the Pearl Bowl tournament.The victory gives the Deers a bit of good news to fall back on after getting word that Japanese construction giant Kajima would be pulling its corporate backing after the season. Kajima cited financial reasons for the move. Meaning this was the team’s last Pearl Bowl under the Kajima banner.“We have always had the mentality that every season could be our last even before this year,” Mori said. “We were not especially emotional for this game. We thank everyone who have supported the Kajima Deers.The Deers reached the Pearl Bowl after playoff victories over the IBM Big Blue (32-26) and the Nojima Sagamihara Rise (27-12).Fujitsu was playing for the title for the sixth time since 2003. The Frontiers edged Obic for the title in 2010, before the Seagulls returned the favor in 2011.The rivals met in the semifinals of the Pearl Bowl tournament this season, with the Frontiers snapping the Seagulls’ 37-game winning streak, a run of over three years, with a 31-13 victory.They looked primed to take home the title this season, grabbing an early 7-0 lead on running back Yusuke Shinji’s seven-yard scamper into the end zone in the first quarter. Fujitsu padded the lead with a 21-yard field goal at the 12:15 mark of the second quarter.Kajima came out firing in the second half, with Yamashiro and Iwai connecting on a 48-yard pass on the first play from scrimmage. Yamashiro found receiver Naoki Maeda for a 29-yard touchdown pass on the Deers’ next play. Place kicker Daisuke Aoki converted the extra point to cut the Fujitsu lead to 10-7.Yamashiro was at it again during the Deers’ second possession of the half. Facing a 2nd-and-8 from the 50, he found Yasuhiro Miyamoto for a 45-yard gain to the Fujitsu 5-yardline. Yamashiro was sacked on the next play, but bounced back on second down to find Iwai for a five-yard touchdown pass that put Kajima ahead.“It wasn’t a designed play to be honest,” Iwai said. “It was a pass meant for (receiver Kento Suzuki), but the ball passed by him and I caught it. I knew I had caught, but I had to make sure I was in bounds.”The Frontiers tried to mount a comeback, but had a drive stall on the Kajima 29 late in the fourth quarter.The Deers took over and drove to the Frontiers’ 14, and Aoki added a field goal to make the score 17-10.Staff writers Hiroshi Ikezawa and Kaz Nagatsuka contributed to this report. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Joe Morrell and Ashley Williams (Wales)Wales have qualified for next summer’s UEFA Euro 2020 championship finals.They kept their hopes alive having beaten Azerbaijan 2-0 on Saturday evening. Goals from Keiffer Moore and Harry Wilson dealt the damage in a game which saw Joe Morrell battle in the middle of the park. He made his full competitive debut, picked up a yellow card in the process, and Ashley Williams was an unused substitute.But it would be on Tuesday night when they secured the dream conclusion to their qualification campaign. Two goals from Aaron Ramsey secured Wales’ spot in next year’s tournament with Morrell playing his part before being substituted in the 50th minute. Williams was an unused substitute again.Sam Pearson and Joe Low (Wales U19s)Sam Pearson played 62 minutes and Joe Low was an unused replacement as Wales Under-19s drew 2-2 with Russia in their Under-19 UEFA Euro qualifier on Saturday (November 16th).In the first of three U19 UEFA Euro qualifiers this month, the young Dragons had got off to a winning start with a 3-0 win against Poland. Pearson was named in the starting XI and he netted the second goal of the game, while Joe Low was an unused substitute. Pearson then played 87 minutes as he helped Rob Page’s side to a 2-0 win over Kosovo. Low was an unused substitute.Callum O’Dowda (Republic of Ireland)Callum O’Dowda replaced former City defender Derrick Williams in the 56th minute as Republic of Ireland came from behind to beat New Zealand in Dublin (November 14th). Callum McCowatt broke the deadlock against the run of play, but Williams, Sean Maguire and former loanee Callum Robinson each scored their first international senior goals to see the hosts recover and secure victory in the international friendly.Republic of Ireland fell short of automatic Euro 2020 qualification following a 1-1 draw with Denmark on Monday night (November 18th). O’Dowda was not named in the squad. Bailey Wright (Australia)Bailey Wright was an unused substitute on Thursday afternoon (November 14th) in Australia’s 1-0 win over Jordan in the World Cup Qualifiers, their first ever over their opposition.Famara Diédhiou (Senegal)Senegal’s African Cup of Nations qualification kicked off on Wednesday evening (November 13th) against Congo. Diédhiou was named on the bench but was introduced in the 83rd-minute as his side went on to secure a 2-0 victory.Diédhiou then started for Aliou Cissé’s side and went on to score a nine-minute hat-trick as Senegal ran out 4-1 winners against Eswatini.Ádám Nagy (Hungary)Nagy came off the bench to play a little over 22 minutes in Hungary’s 2-1 loss to Uruguay. Edinson Cavani gave Uruguay the lead in the friendly, who doubled their advantage through Brian Rodriguez. Ádám Szalai cut the deficit on 24 minutes.Nagy then played an hour in Hungary’s 2-0 defeat to Wales.Tomas Kalas (Czech Republic)Czech Republic secured a 2-1 win over Kosovo on Thursday night to secure their Euro 2020 qualification.Tomas Kalas watched on from the bench as Alex Kral and Ondrej Celustka found the net in eight second half minutes to cancel out Atdhe Nuhiu’s opener.Kalas was an unused substitute as Czech Republic lost 1-0 to Bulgaria in their final group match of the Euro 2020 qualifiers.Pedro Pereira (Portugal U21s)Pereira was an unused substitute as Portugal Under-21s beat Norway 3-2 in their Euro U21 qualifier on Tuesday (November 19th) following 45 minutes in the 0-0 draw with Slovenia on November 14th. Han-Noah Massengo (France U19s)Massengo was an unused replacement as France Under-19s secured a 2-0 win over Finland in their Euro Under-19s qualifier on Saturday (November 16th).Massengo completed 90 minutes on Wednesday (November 13th) as the young French side secured a 5-0 win over the Faroe Islands in their first Euro 2020 qualifier.The midfielder then completed 83 minutes before he was substituted in France’s 1-0 defeat to Norway’s U19s.Ayman Benarous (England U17s)Congratulations go to the City youngster has been called up to train with the young Lions for the first time. He is not part of Kevin Betsy’s squad who face Denmark and Czech Republic. Benarous, 17, has been part of the Bristol City FC Academy since the Under-7s age group.
The Cope Cougars seventh- and eighth-grade teams continued their winning ways as the second half of the district season began Thursday.Cope swept the Greenacres Mustangs, winning the seventh-grade game 42-24 and the eighth 43-31.Both Cope squads improved to 6-0.Elsewhere, the Benton Tigers swept the Haughton Bucs, taking the seventh-grade game 33-14 and the eighth 41-33.Elm Grove and Rusheon split games. The Eagles seventh-grade squad edged the Rams 42-40, and the Rams eighth-grade team won big.At Cope, Ta’Rae Robinson had a big game for the Cougars seventh-graders, pouring in 20 points. Kaalas Roots added 10 and Ty McCoy had nine.Quillin Dixon continued his solid season for the Cope eighth-graders with a team-high 14 points. Trenton Ivy added 10 and Zylon Newson nine.Colby McGee topped Greenacres with 13 points.At Haughton, Brad Fream paced the Benton seventh-graders with eight points. Bubba Osby, Ethan Yarbrough and Toms had five each.Alexander Morris topped Haughton with eight points. Haughton coaches praised Dawson Hunt and Brock Breed for their defensive play.Jalen Harding scored 10 to lead the Tigers eighth-grade team. Doyle Adams and TJ Anderson scored nine each. Garrett Hable chipped in with eight.At Rusheon, Amani Larry scored 18 points to lead the Elm Grove seventh-grade team to the win. Caleb Reese added 10.Alec Crain hit the front end of a one-and-one to tie the score with less than 3 seconds to play. After the miss on the second shot, he picked up the loose ball and hit the game winner as the buzzer sounded.Rusheon, which fell two games behind Cope in the standings, got a combined 20 points from Brenden Mosely and Ja’Nron Rogers.Michael Edwards and Tyler Andrews scored nine points each as the Rusheon eighth-graders remained a game behind Cope with the victory.Landric Watson chipped in with eight points. Isaiah Wallace, Keshawn Jones, Kevin Daniels and Demorco Hill combined for 24.Craylon McGhee led Elm Grove with six points, and Ty Hubbard had five. Russell Hedgesrhedges@bossierpress.com Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoInstant Voice TranslatorInstant Voice Translator (43 Languages) Takes Hong Kong By StormInstant Voice Translator|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystBlockchain Is Changing the Game for Trade Financing. Here’s How It’s Driving Future Global Trade.StanChart by CNBC Catalyst|SponsoredSponsoredUndoStrategyCombatIf you own a Computer, then you have to play this Game. No Install.StrategyCombat|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDating.comTop Successful Single Men in Tung ChungDating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Javon Johnson also led the Rams against Greenacres with 12 points. Keyshun Johnson chipped in with nine. Greenacres got 10 points from Jaxon Graham and eight from Sentavion Ball. After edging Greenacres 30-26 in the semifinals in the morning, Rusheon defeated Cope 62-30 in the championship game. Javon Johnson hit five 3-pointers in the first half and led Rusheon against Cope with 24 points. Keyshun Johnson scored 15 and Manning added 12. The Rusheon Rams won the Bossier High Middle School Tip-Off Classic boys basketball tournament Saturday. Anthony Martin led the Force against St. Mark’s with 16 points. Jude Gaitan paced St. Mark’s with 12. NOTE: Scores and leading scorers courtesy of Bossier High head boys basketball coach Nick Bohanan.Perfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Mansfield took third with a 36-31 win over Greenacres. The Shreveport Force defeated St. Mark’s in the consolation finals. Demarquise Tramiel led Cope with 12 points. Markell Hampton added seven. Ball and Graham led the Mustangs against Mansfield with 10 and eight, respectively.
Michael Anthony produced a gem in the early cycling season yesterday, racing to victory in the feature 35-lap event of the 14th Diamond Mineral Water multi race programme. Staged at the National Park in perfect conditions for racing, Anthony snapped the two-race win streak of Romello Crawford, bettering breakaway mate, Brighton John in a thrilling two-man finish to take the top honors of the race.Anthony who also copped two sprint prizes on the circuit, won the event after stopping the clock in one hour, 21 minutes and 14 seconds of intense racing.Crawford, the marked man throughout the event by the 25-man peloton, out sprinted the remnants of the second pack to amazingly finish in third. Junior Niles finished fourth, while Chris Griffith and Andre Green filled out the top six rewarding positions.With the peloton locked in on Crawford who is enjoying sublime early season form, Anthony and John staged a successful getaway with 10 laps to go.The pair rode unchallenged and wheel to wheel until the final 150m. John attacked first but Anthony had the fresher legs and also used his superior speed to blow by the United We Stand biker en route to his first victory of his 2019 campaign. Other winners yesterday included: Lennox Jackman (BMX 6-9 years), Sherwin Sampson (BMX 12-14 and Juveniles), Niles (veteran U-50) and Ian Jackson (veteran O-50).Anthony will look to continue his winning ways today when cycling action switches to the open roads of Berbice. This morning, the cyclists will race from New Amsterdam, proceed to the NO. 55 Village and finish at Port Mourant in the annual Cheddi Jagan Memorial road race. Berbician, Crawford will be gunning for a top podium spot.
With the Ravens’ much-anticipated battle with the San Francisco 49ers less than 48 hours away, Tuesday’s injury report was a replica of Monday.Injured linebacker Ray Lewis was against listed as a limited participant as he was seen walking to the practice field as the portion of practice open to the media concluded on Tuesday afternoon. The Ravens did not wear helmets or pads during the workout as coach John Harbaugh has elected to give his team ample time to recover physically from their 31-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.Lewis did not speak to the media on Tuesday but issued a statement through the Ravens’ public relations staff expressing hope that he would be able to play on Thursday night.BALTIMOREDID NOT PARTICIPATE: CB Chris Carr (back), DT Arthur Jones (head)LIMITED: LB Ray Lewis (foot), LB Dannell Ellerbe (thigh), S Haruki NakamuraFULL PARTICIPATION: RB Anthony Allen (thigh)SAN FRANCISCODID NOT PARTICIPATE: RB Bruce Miller (concussion)LIMITED: WR Michael Crabtree (foot), T Anthony Davis (ankle), WR Braylon Edwards (knee), RB Frank Gore (knee), CB Chris Culliver (shoulder)
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — In an effort to build depth at cornerback as well as boost their underwhelming return game, the Ravens drafted Cal Poly cornerback Asa Jackson with their only fifth round pick at 169th overall.Jackson brings good speed (a 4.44 second 40-yard dash at Hawaii’s scouting event) as well as an ability to return punts, which could allow the Ravens to replace top cornerback Lardarius Webb at that spot. The Mustangs’ team captain thrived as a punt returner and took over primary kickoff return duties during his senior season.He averaged 14.2 yards per punt return during his collegiate career and 21.2 yards per kickoff return at FCS school Cal Poly. He gained notoriety after being invited to the Senior Bowl, becoming only the second Cal Poly player to receive the invite.At 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds, Jackson has average size for a cornerback but showed good strength at the scouting combine and earned the reputation for superb man coverage skills in college, albeit against FCS competition.