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The Indonesian government targets to see 17 toll road projects, all part of the national strategic projects program, being completed before the end of 2019. Two of these projects - (1) the 7.2 km-long Bekasi-Cawang-Kampung Melayu toll road and (2) the 11 km-long Bogor Ring Road - are estimated to be ready for the public before the end of 2018. Combined, the 17 toll road projects cost IDR 105.35 trillion (approx. USD $7.6 billion) and will contribute to improved connectivity in Southeast Asia's largest economy.
Wahyu Utomo, Head of the Committee for the Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Delivery (in Indonesian: Komisi Penyediaan Percepatan Infrastruktur Prioritas, or KPPIP), said the 17 toll road projects are part of 38 national strategic projects that are targeted to be completed by 2019. Besides the toll road projects, it also includes airports, irrigation facilities, railways, harbors, and smelters.
Toll Road Sections Targeted to Be Completed in 2018 & 2019:
|Toll Road Project
(in IDR trillion)
|Bogor Ring Road||11||1.0||2018|
Source: Bisnis Indonesia