Medan - Binjai Toll Road Section (Sections 2 and 3)

Medan - Binjai (Mebi) Toll Road Section Section 2 (Helvetia - Session Semayang) and Section 3 (Sei Semayang - Binjai) is the first toll roads that are present on the land of Sumatra. Spanning 17 Km, the toll road managed by PT Hutama Karya (Persero) as the Toll Road Business Entity (BUJT) began operating in October 2017 and has an investment of Rp. 2.5 trillion. The presence of the Medan-Binjai Toll Road will be a supporter of the economic connectivity of public transport vehicles and the logistics of communities around North Sumatra. The toll tariff itself is priced at Rp. 2500, - for Group 1, Rp. 4000, for Groups 2 & 3 and Rp.5,500 for Groups 3 & 4 in Section 2, and while in Section 3 that is Rp. 9000, - for Group 1, Rp.13,000, - for Group 2, and Rp.17,500, - for Groups 3 & 4.

Palembang - Indralaya Toll Road Section

Palembang - Indralaya (Palindra) Toll Road is the first toll road in South Sumatra Province. This toll road is divided into three sections namely Section 1 KTM Rambutan - Indralaya (10 Km), with a toll tariff of Rp. 8,500, for Group 1, Rp. 12,500, for Groups 2 and 3, and Rp. 17,000, for Groups 3 & 4. While in Section 2 Scoping - KTM Rambutan (5 Km) the tariff is Rp.4500, - for Group 1, Rp.6500, - for Groups 2 & 3, and Rp.9000, - for Groups 3 & 4 and for Section 3 Palembang - Coverage (7 Km) has a toll tariff of Rp. 7000, - for Group 1, Rp. 10,500 for Group 2 and IDR 14,000 for Group 3 & 4. The Palembang - Indralaya Toll Road was built and managed by PT Hutama Karya (Persero), Palindra Toll Road has an investment of Rp. 3.6 Trillion and was inaugurated in October 2017. Being a part of the Trans Sumatra Toll Road (JTTS) megaproject, Palindra Toll connects the northern end (Palembang) and the southern end (Indralaya).

Bakauheni - Terbanggi Besar Toll Road Section

Bakauheni - Terbanggi Besar (Bakter) Toll Road is the second-longest toll road in Indonesia, starting from Bakauheni Port (South Lampung Regency) to Terbanggi Besar (Central Lampung Regency) with a length of 140 Km. The Bakter Toll Road is divided into four sections namely Section 1 (Bakauheni - Sidomulyo), Section 2 (Sidomulyo - Kotabaru), Section 3 (Kotabaru - Metro) and Section 4 (Metro - Terbanggi Besar). Tolls that have an investment of Rp. 16.7 Trillion was officially put into operation in March 2019. The Bakter toll cost itself is Rp. 27,000, for Group 1, Rp. 41,500, for Groups 2 & 3, and Rp. 55,000, for Groups 3 & 4 in Section 1 (Bakeheuni - Sidomulyo), after that for Section 2 (Sidomulyo - Kotabaru) the tariff is Rp. 32,000 for Group 1, Rp. 47,500, for Groups 2 & 3, and Rp. 63,500, for Groups 3 & 4, while for Section 3 Bacteria there is Kotabaru - Metro which has a toll tariff of Rp. 14,500, for Group 1, Rp. 21,500, for Groups 2 & 3, and Rp. 28,500, for Groups 3 & 4, and for the last in Section 4 (Metro - Terbanggi Besar), the fare is Rp. 35,000, for Group 1, Rp. 52,500, - for Groups 2 & 3, and Rp. 70,500, for Groups 3 & 4.

Terbanggi Besar Section - Baked Pematang - Kayu Agung

The Terbanggi Besar - Pematang Panggang - Kayu Agung (Terpeka) Toll Road is the longest toll road in Indonesia with a total length of 189 Km. The construction, which was only carried out within a period of 2 years and 3 months, made the Most Toll Road the longest toll road with the fastest duration of development in Indonesia. The toll road, located in Lampung and South Sumatra Provinces, is a continuation of the Bakauheni - Terbanggi Besar Toll Road. Managed by PT Hutama Karya (Persero), the Toll Road is divided into three sections namely Section 1 (Terbanggi Besar - Gembala) with tariffs of Rp.39,000, - for Group 1, Rp. 58,500, - for Groups 2 & 3, Rp. 78,000, for Groups 3 & 4. Meanwhile in Section 2, Gala - Sp. Pematang with a tariff of Rp.50,500, - for Group 1, Rp.75,500, - for Groups 2 & 3, and Rp.100,500, - for Groups 3 & 4 and for Section 3 (Sp. Pematang - Kayu Agung) the tariff is Rp. 81,000, - for Group 1, Rp.122,000 for Groups 2 & 3 and for Groups 3 & 4, namely Rp. 162,500. Large Terbanggi Section - Baked Pematang - Agung Wood (Included) which has an investment of Rp. 21.9 Trillion was officially operated in November 2019.

Tanjung Priuk Access Section

Ruas Tol Akses Tanjung Priuk (ATP) merupakan tol yang menyediakan akses langsung ke Pelabuhan Tanjung Priok Access Toll Road (ATP) is a toll road that provides direct access to the Tanjung Priok Port or from the Tanjung Priok Port with a total length of 11.4 km. The ATP toll road is part of the Outer Ring Road (JORR) and is connected to the Inner-City Toll Road, namely the North-South (NS) Section which connects traffic from JORR to Cawang, Pluit, and directly to the port. The construction of this toll road takes 7 years with a total investment of Rp. 4.5 trillion, which was inaugurated on April 15, 2017. The tariff from the Tanjung Priok Access Toll Road itself is Rp. 15,000 for Group 1, Rp. 22,500, for Groups 2 & 3, and Rp. 30,000 for Group 3 & 4.

Section S Outer Ring Toll Road (JORRS)

The Outer Ring Road Section S (JORRS) is one part of the Jakarta Outer Ring Road (JORR) located in Section S, JORR is the first toll road that was built and this toll road circles the outside of Jakarta. Section JORR Section S itself starts from Pondok Pinang - TMII (TB Simatupang Toll Road) with a length of 12.90 km, which starts operating on September 4, 2020. The tariff of JORR Section S is the same as Tanjung Priok (ATP) Access, which is Rp.15,000, - for Group 1, Rp. 22,500, for Groups 2 & 3, and Rp. 30,000 for Group 3 & 4.

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