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Indonesian National Route 9

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Indonesian National Route 9

Nasional 9
Route information
Length: 177 km (110 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Ajibarang
  Indonesian National Route 8
Indonesian National Route 10
East end: Secang
Highway system

Roads and Highways in Indonesia

National Route 8 National Route 14

Indonesian National Route 9 connects Ajibarang and Secang.[1][2] The route is located in Central Java.

Route

Ajibarang - Purwokerto - Sokaraja - Kaliori - Banyumas - Klampok - Banjarnegara - Selokromo - Wonosobo - Kretek - Parakan - Bulu - Kedu - Temanggung - Kranggan - Secang

References

  1. ^ (Indonesian)http://www.hubdat.web.id/keputusan-dirjen/tahun-2007/561-keputusan-dirjen-no-sk-930aj
  2. ^ (Indonesian)Road and Transport map of Java for 2010 Eid Mubarak Going-Home Event by POLRI, Department of Transportation, Department of National Projects, and Jasa Marga

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