With widespread flooding, landslides and roadway washouts reported on the road connecting Denpasar to the northern capital of Singaraja, Balipost.com has signaled that the Pupuan highway remains free of obstructions affording a smooth passage between Bali’s north and south.
Heavy rains that have caused trees to fall, mudslides and collapse paving on the road to Singaraja through Bedugul on Saturday, February 11, 2017, did not have similar effects on the scenic and winding Pupuan Road that remains open for traffic.
The District Chief (Camat) of Pupuan, Hendra Manik, announce the roadway was unimpeded, denying as “irresponsible” reports on social media that the Pupuan Road had suffered mudslides.
Manik checked the road condition personally and pronounced: “the road is still safe to use.” Manik’s appraisal was confirmed by a member of the Tabanan House of Representatives (DPRD-Tabanan), Omar Dani, who lives in Pupuan, affirming the road was open and safe for traffic for those desiring to travel between Singaraja and Denpasar.
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