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Indonesia $660 million toll road projects being arranged

Staff Writer |
A series of major toll road projects are being planned for Indonesia.

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A consortium will handle the Bandung Intra Urban Toll Road development project, which is expected to cost close to $660 million, connecting Gedebage's Purbaleunyi toll road with Pasteur-Cileunyi's Cisumdawu toll road.

The link will measure 25.35km long and should take two years to build. The consortium comprises the contractor Wijaya Karya (WIKA), property developer Summarecon Agung (SMRA) and toll road firm Margautama Nusantara.

The firms signed an agreement to handle the project jointly although the final details of the Bandung Intra Urban Toll Road development project's feasibility study are still being worked on.

In addition the contract for a toll road section in Jakarta as well as another in Bandung have also been signed.

The North-South Link Bandung project is for a 14km section of road. There are also plans for work to an elevated section of toll road joining North Jakarta's Pluit with East Ancol. These projects are worth a total of $1.42 billion. Another projects is for a 92km toll road connecting Central Java's Solo with New Yogyakarta International Airport and Yogyakarta.

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