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Prof. Dr. Sedyatmo Toll Road

Prof. Dr. Sedyatmo Toll Road
Airport Toll Road
Route information
Maintained by PT Jasa Marga Tbk
Length: 13.8 km (8.6 mi)
Existed: April 1st, 1985 – present
Major junctions
East end: Angke Interchange
  Jakarta Inner Ring Road
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
West end: Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Location
Major cities: Pluit, Kapuk, Kamal, Cengkareng
Highway system
Roads and Highways in Indonesia

Prof. Dr. Sedyatmo Toll Road, or Airport Toll Road is a toll road in Northern Jakarta who connecting the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport with the city of Jakarta. The toll road was completed on 1985. The operator of this toll road is PT Jasa Marga.

Exit and Gates

KM Gates Remarks
19 Pluit Interchange Connecting To Jakarta Inner Ring Road, Jakarta-Merak Toll Road, Jagorawi Toll Road, Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road, Purbaleunyi Toll Road
21 Kapuk Main Gates
25 Kamal Exits To Kamal, Jakarta Outering Ring Road, Jakarta-Merak Toll Road
31 Cengkareng Exits To Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

Route

KM Jakarta To Airport Airport To Jakarta
0 Angke IC
0 Entry from
Jakarta Inner Ring Road
East
Tanjung Priok
Ancol
Kemayoran
Gedong Panjang
Jembatan Tiga
South
Angke 1
Angke 2
Jelambar 1
Jelambar 2
Tanjung Duren
Tomang
Slipi 2
Slipi 1
Pejompongan
Senayan
Exit to
Jakarta Inner Ring Road
East
Jembatan Tiga 1
Jembatan Tiga 2
Gedong Panjang 1
Gedong Panjang 2
Ancol Barat
Kemayoran
Ancol Timur
Tanjung Priok 2
South
Angke
Jelambar
Tanjung Duren
Tomang
Slipi
Pejompongan
Senayan
1 Entry from
Pluit
Exit to
Kapuk Muara
Exit to
Pluit
Entry from
Pluit 1
Pluit 2
Pluit 3
2 Kapuk Toll Plaza
Pay Toll
Cash
E-toll
Opened Toll System
6 PIK IC
6 Exit to
North
Pantai Indah Kapuk
South
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Daan Mogot
Puri Indah
Jakarta-Tangerang Toll Road
Pondok Indah (Planned)
Entry from
South
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Daan Mogot
Puri Indah
Jakarta-Tangerang Toll Road
Pondok Indah (Planned)
Exit to
North
Pantai Indah Kapuk
South
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Daan Mogot
Puri Indah
Jakarta-Tangerang Toll Road
Pondok Indah (Planned)
Entry from
South
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Daan Mogot
Puri Indah
Jakarta-Tangerang Toll Road
Pondok Indah (Planned)
North
Pantai Indah Kapuk
11 Cengkareng Toll Plaza
Pay Toll
Cash
E-toll
Opened Toll System
11 Exit to
Kamal
Tegal Alur
11 DKI Jakarta Province Border
West Jakarta City Border
11 Banten Province Border
Tangerang City Border
12 Exit to
Benda
Entry from
Benda
Exit to
Benda
Entry from
Benda
13 Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

Fee

Kamal 1,2,3 and Cengkareng Toll Plaza

Group I Group II Group III Group IV Group V
Rp 5,000 Rp 6,000 Rp 7,500 Rp 9,500 Rp 11,000

Kapuk Toll Plaza

Group I Group II Group III Group IV Group V
Rp 11,500 Rp 14,000 Rp 18,000 Rp 22,500 Rp 26,500

Flood

In 2008, nearly 1,000 flights were delayed or diverted and 259 were cancelled after heavy rainfall flooded a three-kilometer stretch of the toll road. In 2012, the Jakarta governor guaranteed that the toll road will not be flooded again due to the operation of three screw pumps with a total capacity of draining 12 cubic meters of water per second which cover water drainage canals across a total area of 385 hectares.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Airport toll road won’t be inundated: Fauzi". January 13, 2012. 

External links

  • PT Jasa Marga website


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