Electronic Tickets Applied in Bali Today

Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement or ETLE

After socializing until November 27, the Bali Regional Police, as of today, Monday (28/11), have started implementing electronic tickets through Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE).

Head of Sub-Directorate of Gakkum Ditlantas Bali Police Kompol Rahmawaty Ismail some time ago said, “It is still in the socialization stage until November 27. After that, we will take action,”

The Bali regional police now have as many as 49 cameras to monitor and carry out electronic fines or ETLE for traffic violators in Bali. Of these, 10 units are static cameras, and 39 are mobile cameras.

The 39 mobile cameras have been distributed to all Polres in Bali. Then 10 static ETLE camera points are located at the Buagan traffic light, Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai, to be precise, before the entrance to Serangan Island, one camera and one camera near Krisna Souvenirs Kuta. Then at the Tuban traffic light or the exit of I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, two cameras were installed.

Next, an ETLE camera was also installed at the Jimbaran Udayana University (Unud) Campus Intersection. Two other ETLE cameras were installed at the exit of the Bali Mandara Toll Road in Nusa Dua.

Two ETLE cameras on the Bali Mandara Toll Road specifically for monitoring vehicle speed violations were installed by PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk. Each camera was installed from Pesanggaran to Nusa Dua and vice versa from Nusa Dua to Pesanggaran.

There are five types of violations that are prioritized for punishment, namely:

  1. Drivers who use cell phones while driving.
  2. Underage riders.
  3. Use of Indonesian national standard helmets (SNI) and safety belts.
  4. Against the flow of traffic
  5. Driving over the speed limit.