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Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road

Coordinates: 06°14′50.99″S 106°53′0.69″E / 6.2474972°S 106.8835250°E / -6.2474972; 106.8835250

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The Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road opened in 1988. The highway links Jakarta with cities to its east in the province of West Java. Since 2005, this toll road also connects Bandung and Jakarta via the separate Cipularang Toll Road; the interchange to Bandung was built before the Kalihurip exit. The toll road is operated by PT Jasa Marga Tbk.[1]

Exits and Gates

Exit In Jakarta-Cikampek

Kilometer No. Exits Location Remarks
KM 4 West Pondok Gede East Jakarta, DKI Jakarta Exit To Pondok Gede, Kalimalang
KM 8 East Pondok Gede Bekasi, West Java Exit To Cikunir, Jatibening
KM 10 Cikunir Interchange Bekasi, West Java Connected To Jakarta Outer Ring Road (Cakung, Jati Asih)
KM 13 West Bekasi Bekasi, West Java Exits To Bekasi City, Pekayon, Kranji
KM 16 East Bekasi Bekasi, West Java Exits To Bekasi City, Bulak Kapal
KM 21 Tambun Bekasi Regency, West Java Exits To Tambun, Setu, Mustika Jaya
KM 24 Cibitung Bekasi Regency, West Java Exits To Cibitung, Industrial Complex.
KM 29 Cikarang Utama Bekasi Regency, West Java Main Gate
KM 31 West Cikarang Bekasi Regency, West Java Exits To Cikarang, Lemah Abang, Jababeka Industrial Complex.
KM 34 Cibatu Bekasi Regency, West Java Exits to Lippo Cikarang Industrial Complex, Cibatu, Jayamukti
KM 37 East Cikarang Bekasi Regency, West Java Exits To Deltamas City, Cikarang Central.
KM 47 West Karawang Karawang, West Java Exits To Karawang City, Rengasdengklok, Industrial Complex.
KM 54 East Karawang Karawang, West Java Exits To Karawang City, Klari, Industrial Complex.
KM 67 Dawuan Interchange Karawang, West Java Connected To Cipularang Toll Road (Purwakarta, Bandung).
KM 68 Kalihurip Karawang, West Java Exits To Kalihurip, Dawuan, Bukit Indah City, Cikampek Barat
KM 72 Cikampek Purwakarta, West Java Exits To Cikampek Timur, Cikampek Kota, Purwakarta, Cirebon, connected to Cikampek-Palimanan Toll Road (planned).

Rest area

Rest area In Jakarta-Cikampek

KM Direction Facilities
19 Eastbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
34 Westbound restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
39 Eastbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
42 Westbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
50 Eastbound restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
57 Eastbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
62 Westbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
75 Westbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station




Open system payment

Since 2 March 2011, an Open system payment has been applied in line with moved main toll gates from Pondok Gede Timur to Cikarang Utama. In the open system payment, motorists only pay at an exit gate without having to pick up the plastic ticket first due to there are only one gate at exit. The new system applied for avoiding traffic jam at Pondok Gede Timur (East Pondok Gede) entry gate before and also makes for a quicker payment. The system does create inconveniences for short travel among the gate before Cikarang Utama gate due to there are only one flat tariff for all distances.

References

External links

  • Indonesia. Direktorat Jenderal Bina Marga. & Arge Intertraffic-Lenzconsult. 1975 Jakarta-West Java Tollway System feasibility study. Part B, Jakarta-Cikampek Highway Arge Intertraffic-Lenzconsult, Germany
  • Jasamarga Indonesia Highway Corp: Rest Areas


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