Rules for Speed ​​Police in Housing Complexes and Public Streets in Indonesia



BONSERNEWS.COM – As Indonesians, it is important for us to ensure that the policies and regulations implemented in our country are in accordance with proportional and appropriate laws and regulations.

One is about the use of speed bumps in housing complexes.

In maintaining security and order in housing complexes, speed bump regulations are often implemented by managers or related government agencies.

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However, in setting this regulation, it is important to ensure that the steps taken are proportionate and in accordance with the principles of applicable laws and regulations.

Legal certainty:
First of all, speed bump regulations must be based on a clear and firm legal basis. Managers or government agencies that issue this regulation must refer to laws, regulations, or provisions that are relevant and in accordance with their authority. This is important to provide legal certainty to residents of housing complexes, so that they can clearly understand and comply with regulations.

Legal basis:
Regulations on speed bumps in Indonesian housing complexes must be based on a strong legal basis, including:

Law Number 22 of 2009 concerning Road Traffic and Transportation.

Government Regulation Number 43 of 1993 concerning Types and Classifications of Roads and Their Facilities.

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The definition and legal basis for speed bumps is regulated in a number of regulations.

Speed ​​bump rules are regulated in ministerial regulations to regional regulations.

Another rule is the Minister of Transportation Regulation (Permenhub) No. 14/2021 concerning Amendments to Permenhub No. 82/2018 concerning Road User Control and Security Devices.

“The speed limiter is used to slow down the speed of the vehicle in the form of raising a part of the road with a certain width and slope that is transverse to the road body.” (Article 3 Paragraph 1)

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