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Cipularang Toll Road

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Cipularang Toll Road

Coordinates: 06°25′58.78″S 107°25′29.25″E / 6.4329944°S 107.4247917°E / -6.4329944; 107.4247917

;">Route information
Maintained by PT Jasa Marga Tbk
;">Major junctions
North end: Dawuan Interchange
  Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road
Padaleunyi Toll Road
Southeast end: Padalarang Interchange
;">Highway system
Roads and Highways in Indonesia

The Cipularang Toll Road is a toll road on Java, Indonesia. Opened on 2005, this road connects the Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road and the Padaleunyi Toll Road. The toll road is operated by PT Jasa Marga Tbk. The names comes from abbreviation of (Ci)kampek - (Pu)rwakarta - Pada(larang).


Kilometer No. Exits Location Remaks
KM 76 Sadang Purwakarta, West Java Exit To Sadang, Purwakarta, Subang
KM 84 Jatiluhur Purwakarta, West Java Exit To Ciganea, Purwakarta, Jatiluhur
KM 116 Cikamuning West Bandung, West Java Exit To Cikamuning, Cikalong Wetan, Purwakarta, From Bandung direction only.

Rest areas

KM Direction Facilities
72 Southbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
72 Northbound Under construction
88 Northbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
88 Southbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
97 Northbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station


As this toll road runs along hills which don't have access to electricity, PT Jasa Marga Tbk installs a lot of solar street lights to brighten the road in the night. Along KM 104- 105, lots of solar street lights are installed on the two lanes of the road. Nevertheless, there are also some electric street lights along the toll road, such as around KM 91 and KM 95.

Road width

Generally, each lane of the toll road has only two rows because of the ground contour. But, in some narrow curve in the road, there is an extra row in the left side of each lane which is used by trucks, buses, and containers.

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