The government has adjusted the new tariff for online motorcycle taxis (Ojek) in Indonesia. In the regulation, there is an increase in tariffs for transportation and delivery of goods. This new policy will take effect on August 29, 2022. Then, how much is the tariff?
The implementation of the new online ojek tariff has actually been postponed. Previously, the Ministry of Transportation decided on August 14 to implement it.
This rule is contained in the Decree of the Minister of Transportation (KM) Number 564 of 2022 concerning Guidelines for Calculation of Service Fees for the Use of Motorcycles Used for the Interest of the Community.
The government then shifted the deadline for the new policy to August 29, 2022, or 25 calendar days since the KM 564 rule was enacted as of August 4 yesterday.
“The Ministry of Transportation has determined that the applicator adjustment to tariffs can be made no later than 25 calendar days after the KM was established,” said Director General of Land Transportation, Hendro Sugiatno, in a written statement, quoted Monday (22/8/2022).
The government divides this rule into 3 different zones and consists of service fees with upper and lower limits and minimal service fees.
The following are the details of the new online motorcycle taxi tariffs according to the Decree of the Minister of Transportation (KM) Number KP 564 of 2022:
Zone I Sumatra, Java (besides Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi), and Bali
- Lower limit service fee: IDR 1,850/km
- Upper limit: IDR 2,300/km
- Minimum service fee with service fee range between Rp 9,250-Rp 11,500
Zone II (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, and Bekasi)
- Lower limit service fee: IDR 2,600/km
- Upper limit: IDR 2,700/km
- Minimum service fee with service fee range between IDR 13,000-IDR 13,500.
Zone III (Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Nusa Tenggara and surrounding areas, Maluku and Papua)
- Lower limit service fee: IDR 2,100/km
- Upper limit: IDR 2,600/km
- Minimum service fee with service fee range between IDR 10,500-IDR 13,000