Bali Mandara Toll Rates Set to Increase

PT Jasamarga Bali Tol (JBT) will be implementing new rates for the Bali Mandara (Nusa Dua-Ngurah Rai-Benoa) Toll Road starting April 27 2024 at 00.00 WITA, according to reporting from Kompas.

“This adjustment to the Bali Mandara Toll tariff refers to Law Number 2 of 2022,” said the Main Director of PT Jasamarga Bali Tol I Ketut Adiputra Karang in Denpasar, as quoted from Antara News on Wednesday (24/4/24.)

According to Adiputra, evaluation and tariff adjustments are carried out every two years based on the influence of the inflation rate and evaluation of the fulfillment of minimum service standards (SPM) for toll roads. He explained that the tariff adjustment for the new Bali Mandara Toll Road was also based on the Decree of the Minister of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) No. 769/KPTS/M/2024 dated 02 April 2024 concerning Adjustment of Toll Tariffs on the Bali Mandara Toll Road Section.

Kompas reports that the new and old rates for the Bali Mandara Toll Road in this adjustment are Class I for vehicles such as cars and buses or small trucks, IDR 14,000 from the previous IDR 13,000. Next, the Bali Mandara Toll Category II rate for large two-axle trucks is IDR 21,000 from the previous IDR 19,500, and Category III for large three-axle trucks is IDR 21,000 from the previous IDR 19,500.

Furthermore, Class IV for large four-axle trucks is IDR 28,000 from the previous IDR 25,500, Class V for large five-axle trucks is IDR 28,000 from the previous IDR 25,500, and Class VI for two-wheeled vehicles is IDR 5,500 from the previous IDR 5,000.

“Tariff adjustments are based on inflation considerations for Bali Province during the period 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2023, based on data from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), inflation for Bali Province during that period reached 9.90 percent,” said Adiputra.

Jasamarga Bali Tol emphasized that the adjustment of rates is also in line with their efforts to maintain service quality, where routine maintenance and improvement of transaction services and operations have been carried out as a basis for fulfilling the SPM. Regarding service improvements, 88 CCTV cameras have been installed on the toll road that is above water, which is monitored 24 hours a day to view the entire Bali Mandara Toll Road, install speed cams, and rejuvenate the fleet, according to Kompas.

Adiputra also supports the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) program by installing 1.5 kilometres of solar panels and planting 836,000 mangrove plants around the toll road. “We carry out road maintenance and complementary facilities such as asphalting, painting markings and barriers as well as carrying out beautification programs such as arranging toll gate facades with angkul-angkul designs and adding Balinese ornaments to public road lighting poles, as well as planting plants along toll roads,” he said.

With the new tariffs, he continues to remind road users to always carry electronic money cards with sufficient balance to ensure safety and comfort when driving. “We also urge toll road users to always obey the signs and driving regulations on toll roads and highways,” he said.

Source: Kompas

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