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Jakarta-Serpong Toll Road

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Maintained by PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk & PT Nusantara Infrastructure Tbk
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Northeast end: Ulujami
  Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Jakarta Outer Ring Road 2 (Planned)
Serpong-Balaraja Toll Road (Planned)
Southwest end: Serpong
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Roads and Highways in Indonesia

Jakarta-Serpong toll road is a toll road connecting BSD City and Jakarta. The length of the toll road is 13.5 Kilometres (8.4 miles). The toll road was built by Indonesia's largest toll road company, PT. Jasamarga Tbk.


It is divided into two parts which operated now and other parts planned. The first part is from Ulujami to Pondok Ranji which is owned and operated by PT Jasamarga Tbk, whereas the second part lies from Pondok Ranji to Serpong. This part is owned by PT Bintaro Serpong Damai (BSD) but operated by PT Jasamarga (Persero) Tbk. From Ulujami to Serpong, there are 3 exits, the first being the main Pondok Ranji toll gate, the second being East BSD, and last being Serpong. From Serpong to Ulujami, 3 exits are available. First is East BSD, second is West Pondok Ranji Toll Gate, the last is Bintaro sector 3. The another part of this highway will be built soon. The third part is from Rawabuntu to Malang Nengah, whereas the fourth part lies from Malang Nengah to Citra Raya and the fifth part lies from Citra Raya to Pasar Kemis. From Pasar Kemis, the toll road will continue until Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, passing Sepatan & Teluk Naga. On April 19, 2012 afternoon till night, the BSD toll road around Pondok Ranji is flooded by 80 centimeters water from Deker River made heavy traffic jam waiting for the flood recede.[1]

Fee

Fees are charged in Rupiah as regulated by Minister of Public Work Act No. 514/KPTS/M/2009 31 August 2009 in the table shown below.[2]

No. Entry Exit Group I Group II Group III Group IV Group V
1 Serpong Pondok Aren 4000 7500 9000 11000 13500
2 Ulujami Pondok Aren 2000 4000 4500 6000 7000

Routes

KM Exit Interchange Jakarta To Serpong Serpong To Jakarta Remarks
0 Ulujami Interchange Entry from
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
North
Kebon Jeruk (planned)
South East
Pondok Indah
Exit to
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
North
Kebon Jeruk (planned)
South East
Pondok Indah
Tol road interchange
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Jakarta–Serpong Toll Road
? DKI Jakarta Province Border
South Jakarta City Border
? Banten Province Border
South Tangerang City Border
3 ? Jalan Bintaro Utama 1 Entry from
Bintaro Jaya Sector 3
Exit to
Bintaro Jaya Sector 3
5 Pondok Ranji Toll Gate
Pay Toll
Cash
Opened Toll System
5 ? Jalan Bulevar Bintaro Jaya Exit to
Pondok Ranji
Bintaro Jaya Sector 7
Entry from
Pondok Ranji
Bintaro Jaya Sector 7
Trumpet interchange
6 ? Jalan Tegal Rotan Entry From
Pondok Aren
Bintaro Jaya Sector 7
Ciputat
Exit to
Pondok Aren
Bintaro Jaya Sector 7
Ciputat
Half diamond interchange
? Jakarta–Serpong Toll Road
PT Jasa Marga limit
? Jakarta–Serpong Toll Road
PT Bintaro Serpong Damai limit
10 ? Jalan Letnan Sutopo Exit to
BSD City
Ciater
Entry from
BSD City
Ciater
Half cloverleaf interchange
12 ? Jalan Kapten Soebiano Djohohadikusumo Exit to
BSD City
Serpong
Entry from
BSD City
Serpong
12 Jakarta–Serpong Toll Road
PT Bintaro Serpong Damai limit
12 Serpong-Balaraja Toll Road (planned)

See also

References

External links

  • PT Jasa Marga website


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