Gilimanuk-Mengwi toll road to commence construction in June 2022

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Investor Daily - Tol Gilimanuk-Mengwi mulai dibangun Juni 2022

09 March 2022


Jakarta – Gilimanuk-Mengwi toll road public-private partnership (PPP) project that has an investment value of Rp24.6 trillion will be constructed by PT Tol Jagat Kerthi Bali, as the consortium that won the tender, in June 2022.

The start of the toll road construction is marked with the signing of the toll road concession (PPJT) and the toll road project guarantee and regress agreement of Gilimanuk-Mengwi toll road on Tuesday (8/3). The signing was conducted by PUPR (Public Works and Public Housing) Minister Basuki Hadimuljono, Toll Road Regulatory Agency (BPJT) Head Danang Parikesit, PT Penjaminan Infrastruktur Indonesia (Persero)/PT PII President Director M. Wahid Sutopo, and PT Tol Jagat Kerthi Bali President Director Tito Sulistio.

BPJT Head Danang Parikesit said that Gilimanuk-Mengwi toll road was a national strategic project (PSN) as stated in Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Regulation No. 7 of 2021 on Change of National Strategic Projects List. 

The tender of Gilimanuk-Mengwil toll road was held on 25 February 2021. On 7 March 2022, the winner was set to be the consortium of PT Sumber Rhodium Perkasa, PT Cipta Sejahtera Nasautama, and PT Bumi Sentosa Dwi Agung. The consortium established the toll road business enterprise (BUJT) PT Tol Jagat Kerthi Bali with Sumber Rhodium Perkasa owning 80% of the shares, Cipta Sejahtera Nasautama owning 15%, and Bumi Sentosa Dwi Agung owning 5%.

“The concession period of the toll road lasts 50 years from the issuance of the work order with an investment value of Rp24.6 trillion and an internal rate of return (IRR) of 11.46%,” Danang said.

He mentioned that Gilimanuk-Mengwi toll road was the second toll road in Bali after Bali Mandara toll road spanning 12.7 km operated in 2013. The toll road spans 98.84 km with three sections, namely section 1 Gilimanuk-Pekutatan spanning 54.7 km, section 2 Pekutatan-Soka spanning 23.17 km, and Soka-Mengwi spanning 18.9 km.

The readiness of the construction is marked with the groundbreaking of the PLTS at Ngurah Rai toll gate on Bali Mandara toll road. This activity is also a follow up to the signing of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed by the two SOEs on 2 February 2022. 

The PLTS on Bali Mandara toll road will be constructed by Bukit Asam through their subsidiary PT BEI to support the business activity and operation of PT JBT, which is a subsidiary of Jasa Marga.

The PLTS has a maximum capacity of 400 kilowatt-peak (kWp). The PLTS construction will commence at Ngurah Rai toll gate, and it will continue to two other toll gates, namely Nusa Dua toll gate and Benoa toll gate. Solar panels will be installed at six locations at the entrances and exits of the three toll gates on Bali-Mandara toll road.

Each solar panel at each location spans 1 kilometres. The electricity supply received from the PLTS will be eco-friendly electricity supply that will be used for traffic lights, the operational office, and toll gates on Bali Mandara toll road. During the construction of the PLTS, Jasa Marga will maintain the security and comfort of Bali Mandara toll road users, especially motorcycle users, by ensuring there is no disturbances on the route and optimum operation in accordance with the minimum service standards (MSS).


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