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Bogor Ring Road

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Bogor Ring Road

Bogor Outer Ring Road
;">Route information
Maintained by PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk
PT Jasa Sarana Jabar
Existed: 2009 – present
;">Major junctions
East end: Sentul Selatan IC
  Jagorawi Toll Road
West end: Dramaga
;">Highway system
Roads and Highways in Indonesia

Bogor Ring Road, sometimes called BRR or BORR, is a tolled ring road located in the city of Bogor, West Java. This road's first section was finished in 2009. In April 2011, accommodated 25,000 vehicles per day from expected 30,000 vehicles per day.


BRR has 3 sections, and if the toll road finishes, BRR will cross 11 villages in Bogor and 1 village in Bogor Regency,there are:

No Sections Village Subdistrict City/Regency
1 Section R2 (Section I)
In operation
3,8 Kilometres
Cipambuan Babakan Madang Bogor Regency
2 Ciluar North Bogor Bogor
3 Cimahpar
4 Tanahbaru
5 Cibuluh
6 Section R0 (Section II)Delayed
Estimated operation 2012,
4 Kilometres
Kedungbadak Tanah Sareal
7 Kedung Jaya
8 Cibadak
9 Section R1 (Section III)Delayed
3.2 Kilometres
Curugmekar West Bogor
10 Semplak
11 Bubulak
12 Margajaya


Group I Group II Group III Group IV Group V
Rp 3,500 Rp 4,000 Rp 6,000 Rp 7,500 Rp 9,000

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