Indonesian government has prepared the construction of eight new toll roads to connect the strategic areas and growth centers in Java and Bali at the end of 2020 to early 2021, said the minister of public works and public housing last week. The investment values for this infrastructure project is estimating around Rp100 trillion with a total length of toll roads reaching 374 kilometers (km).
The minister, Basuki Hadimuljono, said that some of the toll roads to be built include the Solo–Yogyakarta–Kulon Progo (96.57 km), Cileunyi–Sumedang–Dawuan (60.1 km), Kertajati–Cipali (3.6 km), Bandung North–South Link (14.2 km), Harbor Road Tanjung Priok–Pluit (8.9 km), Jogjakarta–Bawen toll road (75.83 km), Kediri–Kertosono (20.3 km), and Gilimanuk–Mengwi (95.22 km).