One of the teachers from SMAN 86 South Jakarta, Agus Budi said he wanted to set an example for his students by cycling to school.
"Besides good for health, it is also acted to support the Gubernatorial Instruction number 66/2019 on air quality control "
" Besides good for health, it is also acted to support the Gubernatorial Instruction number 66/2019 on air quality control ," expressed Budi, at the Jakarta Education Agency Office, during Cycling Campaign event themed "Jakarta, Clean Blue Sky Air", Sunday (9/1).
According to him, the government's step in implementing the zoning system, which requires students to study at the closest school to their homes, was very appropriate.
"We want to this habit to become a culture, including for teachers," he explained.
Then a security officer at the same school, Heri Sartiko expressed that this policy had long been applied at school.
"This year as many as 30 students have already applied it," he told.
Hopefully, in the future, schools could have a bike stand parking for the bike users.
"It must be supported by good facilities in each school," he stressed.
As for the information, the cycling campaign was participated by 7,400 people consisting of students, teachers, education staffs and Education Agency employees.
They took a start from the Jakarta Education Agency Office, Jalan Jenderal Gatot Soebroto, Kuningan, South Jakarta and ended in Monas area, Gambir, Central Jakarta, taking a distance of 7.4 kilometers.