The project is part of the European project REMEDIO, which the City of Split is implementing with the city company Split Parking. The total value is HRK 1.411.250,00, the share of the City of Split is HRK 807.235,00, ie 57,2% of the funds provided from the Project, and the rest is the share of Split Parking. Through the “REMEDIO” project, EU funds were provided for the first year of operation of the System. Marko Bartulić, director of Split parking, also announced a new contingent worth HRK 700 that will arrive in the next month and a half, consisting of four new stations and 25 bicycles, while a dozen more new terminals are planned to be installed next year. “The goal is to have at least one stand in each district that will provide citizens with the cheapest form of transportation within the city. ” concluded Bartulić. As of today, all citizens and tourists can use the Nextbike system of public bicycles with a mixed contingent of 20 electric and 30 classic bicycles at four locations. Ante Gustin, director of the company Sustav javnih bicikala doo, which is a licensed partner of the global Nextbike system of public bicycles, said that Split is the 20th city in Croatia to implement their system and thanked the City and Split Parking for their cooperation. “They have more than 800 public bicycles in Croatia, and so far they have not recorded any thefts or major damage, precisely because of the registration of users and chips on each bicycle.Gustin emphasized. The mayor of the city of Split, Andro Krstulović Opara, said that Split is definitely starting a new cycling story, which is becoming an integral part of the multimodal functioning of traffic in Split. “I believe that our citizens will adopt bicycles as a way of healthier life, and we will implement new bike paths in cooperation with cycling clubs through similar European projects. New buses coming soon, city metro, future railway between Split airport and ferry port, construction of new garages, all this is part of the new multimodal principle of traffic functioning in Split ” Krstulović Opara pointed out. Split started a new cycling story by mapping cities that have a system of public bicycles. Photo: Nextbike Croatia Currently, four terminals are active, on the waterfront near Sv. Frane, near TC Joker, at Sukoišanska Station and on Stari plac, while the other four terminals will be in operation until July 19 – on the Žnjan plateau, in the parking lot on Split 3 (intersection of B. Bušić and Poljička cesta), near the Student Dormitory on Spinut and on Campus. The operator of the public bicycle system is Nextbike, which is present in 20 cities in Croatia and 250 cities around the world, which means that all registered users of the Nextbike system, anywhere in the world, can use the same system in Croatia. And now in Split. Photo: City of Split
To achieve the target, Muhadjir said the government would convert a facility that was previously used for the production of avian influenza vaccine.“The President has approved the plan and we will soon conduct inter-ministerial coordination so that the PCR kits can really be produced at home, which would make us independent from imports,” he said.Muhadjir said Bio Farma would prepare the construction design for the production facility, while the Public Works and Housing Ministry would do the reconstruction based on the design.Indonesia has steadily ramped up its COVID-19 testing capacity, from an average of around 4,000 specimens tested daily in April to around 13,000 specimens tested daily since the end of May. However, the country still has among the lowest testing rates in the world, with around 2,300 tests per 1 million population as of Monday.Topics : The government is aiming to increase the country’s production capacity of COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test kits to 2 million units a month, Coordinating Human Development and Culture Minister Muhadjir Effendy said on Monday.“Should Indonesia be able to produce the number, [we] will be able to meet domestic needs,” Muhadjir said, adding that the idea had been conveyed to President “Jokowi” Widodo, who was also supportive of the plan.Currently, state-owned pharmaceutical company PT Bio Farma is producing around 50,000 test kits per week.
JS Ineos Invention, the final of eight Dragon Class vessels ordered from China’s shipyards by Danish shipping company Evergas, has been delivered to its charterer INEOS.Back in 2013, Evergas ordered four identical vessels from the Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering shipyard in Qidong, China. The order was further expanded to eight vessels.Six ships from the batch were built at Sinopacific, while the remaining two, namely, JS Ineos Invention and its sister vessel JS Ineos Intuition, were constructed at Jiangsu New Yangzijiang shipyard in China.The carriers are purpose built for the transportation of ethane, although they can carry a wide range of petrochemical gasses and LPG.Each of the eight ships is 180 meters long and 27 meters wide, with a draft of approximately 9 meters.“With the delivery of … JS Ineos Invention to INEOS earlier this week, the first milestone of the project has been completed and all vessels are now in full operation and transporting Ethane from the US to Europe,” Evergas said.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersOff to the side, Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson, forward Larry Nance Jr. and center Ivica Zubac often watched the sessions before completing their own offseason routines. None of those players represents the franchise’s glorious past, but each represents something more practical.They are proof of what is attainable for the prospects who worked out for the Lakers over the past month as team officials evaluate their options for the No. 27 and 28 picks in Thursday’s draft.“All of those guys came in with a chip on their shoulder,” Cal sophomore forward Ivan Rabb said. “They came in and worked. It doesn’t really matter where you get picked. All you need is one team to love you. Once you get the opportunity, go out as hard as you can and learn every day.”The Lakers found their recent late first- and second-round picks could contribute almost immediately. Despite the uncertainty that surrounds the long-term potential of the Lakers’ young core, Clarkson (No. 46 in 2014), Nance (No. 27 in 2015) and Zubac (No. 32 in 2016) secured significant roles as rookies. Though Johnson and General Manager Rob Pelinka want to rebuild with their own vision, the previous front office already provided a template on how to evaluate non-lottery picks.“They don’t get too caught up in the big names,” Kansas State senior forward Wesley Iwundu said of the Lakers. “They go with what fits the team well. That’s what I love about the Lakers organization. If you can play and bring something to the team, they will take you seriously and give you a look.” EL SEGUNDO — For brief moments between scrimmages, shooting sessions and sprints, NBA draft prospects could look around the gym and see some of the symbols and faces that defined the Lakers’ history.Championship banners and retired jerseys hang on the walls of the practice facility.Magic Johnson watched each workout as the Lakers’ new president of basketball operations, casting an inspiring presence as one of the franchise’s most accomplished players.And though Luke Walton monitored the workouts as the Lakers’ head coach, he also provided a reminder of the team’s more recent NBA championship success (2009, 2010). Clarkson, Nance and Zubac have proved worthy of the Lakers granting them looks.Clarkson went from a seldom-used rookie to one who started 38 games before the season was over. He kept that spot during his second season and eventually secured a four-year, $50 million contract.“It shows being picked as late second or late first doesn’t really matter as long as you come in there and seize your opportunity,” Clarkson said. “It’s about the work, what you come in with and what you produce on the floor. A lot of guys get caught up in the media hype and stuff like that. But it’s about, are you going to produce or are you not?“I feel like (that mindset) helped me every day. I’ve been in a lot of roles on this team. So it’s about continuing to do the same thing.”Over the past two seasons, Nance has proved himself as an electrifying dunker, a respected locker-room voice and an energy source coming off the bench.After becoming a fan favorite at last year’s Summer League, Zubac intrigued the Lakers and outside NBA talent evaluators with his long-term upside after becoming the team’s starting center.“They all found their niche and found what they’re successful at in helping a team,” Villanova senior forward Josh Hart said. “They excelled in that. It pays off for them.”The Lakers’ main priority of late involved evaluating UCLA guard Lonzo Ball, Kansas guard/forward Josh Jackson and Kentucky guard De’Aaron Fox as possible No. 2 picks.But the Lakers have also worked out dozens of other prospects in consideration for their No. 28 selection — and now potentially the No. 27 pick, after Tuesday’s stunning trade that shipped out guard D’Angelo Russell and center Timofey Mozgov for Brooklyn’s late first-round pick and center Brook Lopez — as well as their respective Summer League and training camp rosters.It does not appear the Lakers have narrowed their focus to a few candidates. But Turner Sports NBA analyst Stu Jackson called Hart the most appealing. After helping Villanova to a national championship during his junior season, Hart averaged 18.7 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists as a senior.“You’re getting the consummate team player, a guy that can play well within a system and a guy that is tough and competitive,” Jackson said of Hart. “He’s a seasoned four-year player that has been through some competitive games and has fought through adversity.”The Lakers have a soft spot for overcoming adversity, a trait they saw in Clarkson, Nance and Zubac.After two years at Tulsa, Clarkson spent his junior season at University of Missouri fighting inconsistency while grieving over his father having a form of back cancer that has since subsided.At the University of Wyoming, Nance nursed a season-ending ACL in his right knee midway through his junior season before mononucleosis hampered him during his senior year. Yet, Nance led the Cowboys to the 2015 Mountain West Conference championship and the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance in 13 years.After playing professionally against grown men for three seasons in Europe, Zubac, now 20, impressed the Lakers with his steady growth in his post play, hook shot, jumper, defense and conditioning.“They develop their players big time,” SMU junior forward Semi Ojeleye said of the Lakers. “That’s big time for a young player and a rookie coming in. You’re going to have your struggles and you’re going to have an adjustment being in the big leagues. But it helps if you’re going to go into an organization where they care about you.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error