Bali Mandara Toll Tariff Will Increase, How Much the Increase?


Bali Mandara toll manager, – PT Jasamarga Bali Tol shortly will announce a plan to increase the Bali Mandara toll rate. On average, toll rates will increase by Rp. 500 per group.

This is following the explanation of PT Jasamarga Bali on its official Instagram page which explains that the class I toll rate has increased by Rp. 500, from Rp. 12,500 to Rp. 13 thousand.

Furthermore, for groups II and III, the rates start from Rp. 19,000 to Rp19,500. Groups IV and V from Rp. 25,000 to Rp. 25,500.

However, for class VI or motorcycles, there is no increase in rates, it is still the same as before, namely Rp. 5,000.

According to PT Jasamarga Bali, the increase in toll rates is under the Decree of the Minister of PUPR Number 75/KPTS/M/2022.

Furthermore, the manager urges motorists who are going through the toll road to ensure their electronic money balance first, whether it is sufficient or not. This is because payments for tolls can only be made with electronic money, not cash.

The Bali Mandara Toll Road is a toll road that stretches for 12.7 kilometers and connects Denpasar City / Benoa Harbor, Ngurah Rai International Airport, and Nusa Dua in the Province of Bali, Indonesia.

This toll road crosses Denpasar City and Badung Regency. Moreover, the Bali Mandara toll road is the first toll road in Bali and the second toll road in Indonesia to be built over the sea after the Suramadu Bridge.