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Benefits of integrating the JORR Toll Road and the Tanjung Priok Access Toll Road

ILLUSTRATION. JORR Toll Transaction Integration

Reporter: Dina Mirayanti Hutauruk | Editor: Yudho Winarto

KONTAN.CO.ID – JAKARTA. The transaction system for the Jakarta Outer Ring Road (JORR) will be integrated starting tomorrow, June 20 2018. This was followed by the issuance of the Decree of the Minister of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) No. 382 / KPTS / M / 2018, regarding the classification of types of motorized vehicles, tariffs, and toll collection systems in an integrated manner on the JORR Toll Road.

PT Hutama Karya assessed that the toll road integration will provide several positive benefits for toll road users. This integration is expected to increase the efficiency of community travel time along the Jakarta Outer Ring Road Toll Road.

As is well known, JORR integration will involve the JORR toll road sections W1, W2U, W2S, S, E1, E2, E3, ATP (SS Penjaringan sd Kebon Bawang) and the Pondok Aren-Bintaro Viaduct-Ulujami Toll Road.

President Director of PT Hutama Karya, Bintang Perbowo said that the increase in travel time will be reflected in the reduction in transactions that were previously two times to only once. “In this way, transaction barriers at toll gates will be reduced,” said Bintang, Tuesday (19/6).

It is hoped that this change can have a positive impact on improving the efficiency of people’s travel time, especially for logistics distribution activities, because JORR and the Tanjung Priok Access Toll Road indeed make a very large contribution to the movement of logistics vehicles.

Bintang admitted that the increase occurred for users of short-distance toll roads. “It is going to go up, and actually the use of short-distance toll roads is an option because there is always the option of using arterial roads, because basically the JORR and ATP tolls are built to facilitate logistics transportation,” he said.

Bintang said that with the efficiency of travel time and toll costs through this integration, it is hoped that logistics costs can be more efficient.

In turn, production costs will also be more efficient so that it can have a positive impact on the availability and prices of goods in the market, which in turn will have a good impact on the people’s economy.

The Tanjung Priok Access toll road (ATP) is a toll road managed by PT Hutama Karya (Persero) after receiving an assignment from the Government of Indonesia through Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 81 of 2017.

Stretching for 11.4 km, the Tanjung Priok Access toll road is part of the Jabodetabek toll network system and is connected to the Jakarta Outer Ring Road JORR 2. This toll road is divided into five sections that provide direct access to the Tanjung Priok Port.

Among them are East 1 (E1) section along 3.4 km, East 2 (E2) section 2.74 km long, East 2-A (E2A) section 1.92 km long, section North-South Link (NS Link) along 2.24 km, and the North-South direct (NS Direct) section is 1.10 km long.

Hutama Karya itself has indeed transformed to expand its business wing from a company that is solely involved in the construction service industry to become a developer and manager of toll road infrastructure since receiving an assignment from the Indonesian Government in the development of the Trans-Sumatra Toll Road.

In accordance with the mandate of the Government of Indonesia as outlined in Presidential Regulation No. 100 of 2014 which was renewed through Presidential Regulation No. 117 of 2015, Hutama Karya was assigned the construction and exploitation of 24 Trans-Sumatra Toll Road sections with a length of approximately 2,770 km, with priority in 8 sections of approximately 644 km.

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