A total of 30 toll roads will undergo tariff adjustments this year. This was conveyed by the Toll Road Regulatory Agency of the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR). They ensure there will be an increase in rates.
Head of BPJT Danang Parikesit said his party had submitted a tariff adjustment plan for several toll roads to PUPR Minister Basuki Hadimuljono. Later, a decision regarding toll tariff adjustments will be issued in the PUPR Ministerial Regulation (Permen).
“This year, there are quite a lot of more than 30 toll roads that are experiencing tariff adjustments,” said Danang in Jakarta, Tuesday (7/6/2022).
Based on information circulating, the toll roads that will experience an increase in the second quarter of 2022 are the Soreang – Pasir Koja Toll Road and the Pandaan – Malang Toll Road.
Danang Parikesit said that the increase in tariffs to be applied to the two toll roads will be adjusted to domestic inflation.
“We were relatively low yesterday [inflation], lastly there may be a little stagflation but it depends on inflation in each region if the toll road is in East Java, in which district, we are waiting for the data published by BPS,” he said.
During the first quarter of 2022, the toll roads that experienced tariff increases were the Inner City Toll Road, Nusa Dua – Ngurah Rai – Benoa Toll Road, Kunciran – Serpong Toll Road, Jakarta – Bogor – Ciawi Toll Road, Surabaya – Mojokerto Toll Road, and Toll Roads. Cikampek – Palimanan, Cinere – Jagorawi Toll Road Sections 1&2.
In addition, Pondok Aren – Serpong Toll Road, Gempol – Pandaan Toll Road (IC Gempol – IC Pandaan – Pandaan), Tangerang – Merak Toll Road, Soreang – Pasir Koja Toll Road, and Pandaan – Malang Toll Road.
“We will gradually evaluate it, we will make sure about SPM, especially in the new law, yesterday’s amendment was emphasized by the DPR that SPM must be a concern for us, so SPM monitoring will be more stringent,” he said.
Previously known, A total of 16 new toll roads spread across several parts of Indonesia will be inaugurated in 2022. This was conveyed by the Toll Road Regulatory Agency (BPJT) of the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR), which revealed plans to complete the construction of toll roads with a length of up to 332 Km.
As of June 2022, the total operation of toll roads in Indonesia has reached 2,500 km.
The plan regarding the inauguration of 16 new toll roads was conveyed by the Head of BPJT PUPR Danang Parikesit in a press statement in Jakarta, Tuesday (7/6/2022).
“By being divided into 66 toll roads and 46 toll road business entities (BUJT) in Java, Bali, Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi islands,” said Danang.
The total segment is the accumulation of toll roads that were completed and operated in the 1978-2014 period of 789 km, the 2015-2019 period of 1,298 km, in 2020 of 246 km, in 2021 of 122 km, and from 2022 to 31 May it reached 42.98 km.