Memasuki H+4 Lebaran, trafik mobil pribadi dari Sumatera menuju Jawa mulai mengalami peningkatan. Tercatat, hingga Rabu (20/6) pagi mobil pribadi yang telah menyeberang kembali ke Jawa sebanyak 43.942 unit atau 44 persen dari total 99.294 unit mobil pribadi yang menyeberang dari Jawa ke Sumatera pada arus mudik kemarin.Baca Juga: ASDP: Dari Sumatera, Baru 125.194 Penumpang Kembali ke Pulau JawaSebagaimana yang dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari siaran pers, Direktur Utara PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry, Ira Puspadewi mengatakan, “Jika melihat data pada H+3 atau Selasa (19/6) trafik mobil pribadi mencapai 16 ribu unit lebih. Kami prediksikan Rabu (20/6) malam ini trafik mobil pribadi akan kembali meningkat. Trennya roda empat dari Sumatera ke Jawa akan mulai mengalir pukul 18.00 wib hingga dini hari,” Namun, ASDP telah mengantisipasi perkiraan lonjakan mobil pribadi yang akan kembali ke Jawa malam ini. Diperkirakan, pada puncak arus balik H+4 kendaraan roda 4 mencapai 17.017 unit atau naik 5,8 persen dibandingkan tahun lalu sebanyak 16.083 unit. Adapun kapasitas terpasang yang disiapkan sekitar 19.200 unit sehingga terpakai sekitar 89 persen saat puncak arus.Jika dibandingkan dengan total jumlah pemudik dari Pulau Jawa ke Pulau Sumatera pada H-8 hingga H maka jumlah pemudik yang telah kembali ke Pulau Jawa sebanyak 386.676 orang atau baru 40 persen dari total penumpang 970.327 orang, kendaraan roda dua sebanyak 34.077 unit atau baru 41 persen dari total 83.845 unit, dan kendaraan roda empat/lebih sebanyak 46.345 unit atau baru 41 persen dari total 112.784 unit yang telah menyeberang dari Jawa ke Sumatera saat arus mudik kemarin.Data mencatat, jumlah pemudik yang belum kembali ke Pulau Jawa sekitar 583.651 orang atau 60 persen lagi dari total 970.327 orang penumpang yang berangkat dari Merak pada arus mudik kemarin. Diikuti, jumlah roda dua yang belum kembali ke Jawa sebanyak 49.768 unit atau 59 persen lagi. Dan untuk mobil pribadi yang belum kembali ke Jawa sebanyak 55.352 unit atau 56 persen lagi dari total 99.294 unit yang menyeberang dari Jawa ke Sumatera saat arus mudik kemarin.Para pengguna jasa diimbau tetap menjaga stamina tetap prima karena saat arus balik kondisi pemudik relatif kelelahan. Tetap mewaspadai cuaca buruk, serta keselamatan dan keamanan baik jiwa dan kendaraan selama di perjalanan.Selanjutnya, dari Pelabuhan Lembar, NTB, dilaporkan, bila dibandingkan pemudik yang menyeberang dari Pelabuhan Padangbai ke Pelabuhan Lembar pada H-8 hingga H-1 maka jumlah pemudik yang telah menyeberang kembali dari Lombok ke Bali pada H+1 hingga H+3 sebanyak 16.014 orang atau 39 persen dari total penumpang 41.391 orang, kendaraan roda 2 sebanyak 4.304 unit atau 39 persen dari total kendaraan sebanyak 11.174 unit, dan kendaraan roda 4/lebih sebanyak 1.283 unit atau 29 persen dari total 4.372 unit yang menyeberang dari Bali ke Lombok pada arus mudik Lebaran kemarin.“Situasi operasional serta pelayanan di Pelabuhan Lembar saat ini terpantau ramai lancar, aman & terkendali,” tutur GM PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry (Persero) Cabang Lembar Yanus Lentanga.Baca Juga: H-1 Lebaran, ASDP Ferry Catat 10 Persen Kenaikan Volume Pemudik Dibanding 2017Sementara itu, dari Pelabuhan Ketapang dilaporkan,bila dibandingkan dengan total jumlah pemudik yang menyeberang dari Pelabuhan Gilimanuk ke Pelabuhan Ketapang pada H-8 hingga H-1 maka jumlah pemudik yg telah menyeberang pada H+1 hingga H+3 dari Jawa ke Bali sebanyak 138.361 orang atau baru 32 persen dari total penumpang 436.258 orang yang menyeberang dari Bali ke Jawa pada arus mudik kemarin. Diikuti kendaraan roda 2 sebanyak 18.159 unit atau baru 20 persen dari total 88.839 unit dan kendaraan roda empat/lebih sebanyak 17.233 unit atau baru 34 persen dari total 49.989 unit.“Kami perkirakan, trafik penumpang dan kendaraan masih akan terus mengalir hingga puncak arus balik yang diperkirakan kembali terjadi pada akhir pekan ini,” tutur Elvi Yoza, GM PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry (Persero) Cabang Ketapang.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedASDP: 37 Persen Pemudik dari Sumatera Belum Kembali Ke Jawa22/06/2018In “Analisa Angkutan”ASDP: Ada Pergeseran Tren, Baru 21% Pemudik Yang Kembali ke Pulau Jawa30/06/2017In “Angkutan Ferry”Dibanding 2017, Trafik Kendaraan via ASDP di Musim Mudik 2018 Naik Tipis18/06/2018In “Destinasi Laut”
Auburn and Arkansas players were on the field at the same time before game.FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Good morning.The Montgomery Advertiser Auburn Authority Blog will be bringing you to-the-minute updates leading up to Auburn (4-2, 1-2 in SEC) at Arkansas (2-4, 1-2 in SEC) matchup this afternoon (11 a.m., ESPN).All you have to do is keep hitting refresh on this page to get constant updates from our Auburn beat reporter Matthew Stevens (@matthewcstevens).With kickoff being less than an hour away, here’s some story lines that have surrounded this game and were published throughout the week.Auburn defensive coordinator Will Muschamp isn’t a stats guy but sees progress in his defensive front seven – http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/sports/college/auburnauthority/2015/10/21/muschamp-not-stats-guy-but-sees-improvement/74368170/Auburn offensive line coach J.B. Grimes nominated for FWAA Courage Award – http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/sports/college/auburnauthority/2015/10/21/ol-coach-jb-grimes-nominated-fwaa-courage-award/74355802/Auburn coach Gus Malzahn says road game at Arkansas ‘always different’ – http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/sports/college/auburnauthority/2015/10/20/malzahn-says-road-game-arkansas-always-different/74281896/Auburn DL DaVonte Lambert showing progress following ACL injury last year – http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/sports/college/auburnauthority/2015/10/22/lambert-showing-progress-after-injury/74432720/Auburn LB Tre’ Williams readying himself for the physicality of Arkansas’ run game – http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/sports/college/auburnauthority/2015/10/19/auburn-lb-tre-williams-prepares-hogs-physicality/74230560/Auburn redshirt freshman Sean White starting at QB at Arkansas – http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/sports/college/auburnauthority/2015/10/18/auburn-qb-sean-white-likely-start-arkansas/74200348/– Auburn defensive end Carl Lawson did make the trip again this weekend but will not play today at Arkansas. Muschamp has said his presence is a factor for the young players on Auburn’s front seven.“A guy that where the guys can come over and talk to him about what they’re seeing,” Muschamp said Wednesday about Lawson. “He’s a really good football player but his intangible qualities go very far for our football team.”– Auburn’s second-team tailback in warmups is freshman Kerryon Johnson. I could not see sophomore Roc Thomas during pre-game warmups after he’s been dealing with an ankle injury that was aggravated again at Kentucky last Thursday.
ALL systems are in place for the staging of the Corriverton Jets Volleyball Club Day-of-Sports and Family Fun Day scheduled for tomorrow at the Skeldon Community Centre ground beginning at 09:00hrs.Among the activities planned for the day are volleyball, football and cricket matches, as well as novelty events for the entire family.According to information received, invitations have been extended to all volleyball clubs in Regions Five and Six, including Siperuta and Orealla in the Corentyne River, and New Amsterdam and West Coast Berbice.Trophies, medals and cash prizes will be up for grabs and interested teams/clubs can make contact with Berbice Volleyball Association’s executive member, Kishan Persaud on telephone numbers 614-9571 and 626-6660 for further information.The Corriverton Jets Volleyball Club is one of the top clubs in Berbice and was formed in 2015 and since its formation, it has been very consistent in the Ancient County. Its female team is one of the strongest in the County and probably the entire Guyana. They won the 2016 champion club title.The club has also produced players who represented Guyana at both the junior and senior levels.
Brentford drew 0-0 with Dynamo Kiev in a pre-season friendly in Austria after Neal Maupay was withdrawn from the squad.Sheffield United want the Bees striker and there have been enquiries from Aston Villa, West Ham and Brighton.West London Sport revealed on Saturday morning that Maupay had been granted time off by the club and would not feature in Saturday’s game.AdChoices广告Maupay, 22, is expected to return to his native France until early next week. He has been told to report back for training on Tuesday.Brentford want at least £20m for Maupay, who scored 28 goals for them last season.The Bees have noted that financially troubled Birmingham City sold striker Che Adams to Southampton for a reported £15m.Brentford, on the other hand, do not need to sell so feel they can hold out for significantly more than that amount.They have already banked sizeable transfer fees for several players in recent years, including the recent sale of goalkeeper Daniel Bentley to Bristol City and Chris Mepham’s January move to Bournemouth, so are in a position to play hardball.There is also a belief that Maupay’s market value will increase further by the time the January transfer window opens if he stays at Brentford and continues his prolific form during the first half of the coming season.Maupay was signed from St Etienne in 2017 and is under contract at Griffin Park until 2021.The club’s preparations for the coming season continued with a stalemate in which Emiliano Marcondes had a first-half penalty saved after Ollie Watkins had been fouled in the box. pauEmbed from Getty Images Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Konsa completes move from Brentford to Aston VillaMaupay withdrawn from Bees squad and given time off
(Reuters) – Pakistan seamer Mohammad Abbas claimed three quick wickets as Australia hobbled their way to 136-3 yesterday, chasing a mammoth target of 462 in the first test in Dubai. Australian openers Usman Khawaja and Aaron Finch picked up where they left off after their 142-run stand in the first innings, adding 72 runs by tea on day four.The pair added 15 more runs in the final session before Abbas trapped Finch leg before for 49.The visitors squandered another good start when the Marsh brothers were dismissed for ducks by Abbas. Shaun was caught behind off a well directed delivery, while a darting inswinger downed Mitchell plumb in front of the stumps.Khawaja (50) and Travis Head (34) added 49 runs and will look to continue on the same note as they hope to grind out an unlikely draw on the final day.
Anthony Harris won the Virginia Sprint Series feature at Dixieland Speedway Friday night. (Photo by Jim Haines)By Jim HainesELIZABETH CITY, N.C. (July 14) – Almost as fast as the lightning all around the track, Anthony Harris bolted to the Friday night Virginia Sprint Series win at Dixieland Speedway.After the track promoter flipped the race program to get the traveling IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars on the track earlier on the program, Daren Bolac took the early lead with Anthony Linkenhoker and Harris in hot pursuitHarris took over second then got the front spot when Bolac made contact with another car.Troy Severin and Brian Lawson gave chase but neither could catch Harris in time to deny him his third series win of the season.Feature results – 1. Anthony Harris; 2. Troy Severin; 3. Brian Lawson; 4. Mike Leraas; 5. Anthony Linkenhoker; 6. Chris Ware; 7. Charlie Ware; 8. Bill Rice; 9. Mike Keeton; 10. Daren Bolac; 11. French Grimes Jr.
The Utah basketball team will be without two players for Wednesday night’s Mountain West Conference opener against UNLV (9 p.m. MST).Freshman forward Kim Tillie broke his left ankle in practice Monday and will be out for the season, while freshman forward Daniel Deane will not play because of academic reasons.Coach Ray Giacoletti said he can’t go into details about Deane, but said, “He has an academic situation right now and we’re trying to get it resolved.” Giacoletti said he should know by the end of the week about Deane’s eligibility for the upcoming semester.Giacoletti did say he was surprised because Deane was an excellent student in high school at Judge Memorial. According to the Utah basketball media guide, Deane “graduated with honors with a 3.75 GPA.”Tillie’s injury happened when he came down on another player and rolled his ankle in Monday’s practice. It was confirmed Tuesday morning that it was broken.Both Tillie (6-foot-9) and Deane (6-8) play the big forward position.Giacoletti said he plans to start Johnnie Bryant, Curtis Eatmon and Stephen Weigh on the outside and Luke Nevill and Shaun Green inside against UNLV. He was considering starting freshman Luke Drca and having Weigh come off the bench. However, Drca injured his shoulder in practice Monday, although he should still play.
Advertisement uovuldNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsjxWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eb93rdv( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2h7umWould you ever consider trying this?😱143ynjCan your students do this? 🌚83fRoller skating! Powered by Firework While France defeated Croatia 4-2 to win its second World Cup title, Kylian Mbappe also became the youngest French player to score at a World Cup, and became the second teenager, after Pele, to score in a World Cup Final.Advertisement For his exceptional performances in the World Cup, he received the Best Young Player Award.Kylian Mbappe with the Best Young Player Award.He’s also an ambassador and huge supporter of Premiers de Cordée (PDC), an organization which offers free sports programs for disabled and hospitalized children.Advertisement According to French newspaper L’Equipe, Mbappe will be donating the entirety of his World Cup earnings to Premiers de Cordée.Mbappe earned approximately $22,000 per game with bonuses and will also get a cut of France’s $38 million prize money for the World Cup victory.Advertisement Advertisement
Advertisement aktpNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs76yWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ehzro( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) ve4aWould you ever consider trying this?😱siuCan your students do this? 🌚tpRoller skating! Powered by Firework Photo Credits: Getty Images.After much consideration, the Liverpool City Council’s planning committee approved the application for music concerts to be held at Liverpool’s home stadium.Advertisement According to a council spokesman, the stadium had been given a temporary two-year licence for six concerts a year.Plans to use the site for events such as American and Gaelic football matches were rejected by the council last month on the grounds they would have a harmful effect on residents and the transport and road network.Advertisement A meeting was held by the planning committee sometime during August and the club was asked to provide more information on proposals to hold concerts at the ground and to confirm what had been done to contact with residents.It had initially asked for permission to hold 10 events a year but after concerns were raised by residents dropped the number to six.Advertisement Under the plans, the stadium – which was expanded in 2016 – will hold music concerts or other events such as boxing for crowds of about 50,000 at the end of the football season.The proposals were met with 57 objections from locals.Complaints included that the Sir Paul McCartney concert, held at the stadium in 2008, caused problems including drowning out the television.In a statement, councillor Jane Corbett said: “The local residents usually have respite from the football matches at ‘the end of the season’.“This extended use of the stadium will mean that, in effect, there will no longer be an ‘end to the season’.”She also cited problems with people urinating and littering when attending the stadium.In the past, the ground has bore witness to other events – American evangelist Billy Graham preached to crowds at the stadium for a week in 1984 and in the 1950s, basketball team the Harlem Globetrotters played an exhibition match there.Read Also: Football: Manchester City and Raheem Sterling are renewing their vows Advertisement
… says NA Hospital CEO was disrespectful, arrogantBy Devina SamarooAfter being unceremoniously ordered out of the New Amsterdam Hospital’s compound on Friday by theREO Dr Veerasammy Ramayyafacility’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Colin Bynoe, the Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) Regional Executive Officer (REO), Dr Veerasammy Ramayya is hoping someone from central government pays heed to the situation, noting that it was utter disrespect to his authority and capacity in the region.During an interview with Guyana Times on Wednesday, Dr Ramayya stoutly emphasised that he does not need to follow a protocol to enter the Hospital and that generally, representatives of regional organisations would be happy for him to visit and offer advice.Reflecting on the series of events in the lead up to the “kick out”, Ramayya explained that he was informed that the operating theatre was not working and therefore, surgeries were cancelled.As a result, he went to the hospital to investigate the matter.When he arrived, he said the CEO nor the Director of Regional Health Services Jevaughn Stephens were present.“They were apparently in the Boardroom… so when I went in there, I wanted to know what was the problem, so somebody from the hospital maybe called him to say I was there… I can’t recall if he said ‘good morning’ or not, so the man walk straight to me and said ‘REO I want to see you in my office!” Ramayya related.The REO said he was in for a surprise. “I sat there and he started to give me a lecture about if I want to go to the hospital, I am supposed to follow protocol. Whenever I want to visit the hospital, he has to be aware and Jevaughn has to be aware. As the REO, I don’t see where I have to meet that demand,” Ramayya insisted.He posited that it is an insult to his authority in the region.“This is the arrogance of that man… That is disrespectful because although he is the CEO of the hospital, I as the REO, I can go anywhere, this is my responsibility,” he declared.Ramayya contended that the CEO seems to have a personal vendetta against him because of his televised broadcasts, which sometimes highlights irregularities at the health institution.“I am on television, if something [is] wrong with the hospital, I am going to speak out because that is what I did for 23 years… And under my supervision, if something is wrong I will talk about it,” he posited, disclosing that many things are wrong with the operations of the hospital under the stewardship of Bynoe.However, he did not divulge further details except that the CEO has a long record of insulting and verbally abusing hospital staff.In April, the Chairman of the Regional Health Committee, Haseef Yusuf reported that there had been several complaints issued against the CEO who allegedly has been verbally abusive to visitors and staff of the institution.Yusuf also alleged that there was also a report that the CEO had physically abused a doctor at the institution. Public Health Minister, Dr George Norton has advised that the doctor report the matter to Police.The issue was raised at a recent Regional Democratic Council (RDC) meeting and Director of Regional Health Services defended Bynoe saying that the doctor was not assaulted.“I investigated a matter which was proved not to be true, the same doctor came and said he is sorry because of his interpretation of the issue. I personally called the Police and told them to expect the doctor to come to make a report. I did that from my office in front of the ‘complainee’ and the other guy.”The matter had also been reported to Minister of State Joseph Harmon on April 22, during the Ministry of the Presidency Outreach Programme at State House in New Amsterdam.However, Stephens said he was now forced to deal with several other matters involving the CEO. “There are several complaints of a said nature. I can assure you that these complaints are being taken seriously. Before I came here this morning, I had to deal with a said complaint. I have engaged the Minister of Health and his Ministry to deal with that matter. There is nothing that comes to my desk or my office that I intend to push under the carpet.”Regional Chairman David Armogan had also asked the Public Health Minister to investigate the matter involving the CEO.Meanwhile, prompted on how he intends to address the situation moving forward, Ramayya hinted that central government, after seeing the report in the media, should investigate the matter.“It is there, the people in Georgetown, they have seen it (the report), let them do something about it. Let them come and find out what are the reasons for this to happen,” he stated.