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List of roads and highways of Java

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List of roads and highways of Java

List of roads and highways of Java in Indonesia - this list is for the competed, under construction and project road and highway infrastructure of Java in Indonesia.


  • Map 1
  • Toll roads 2
    • Greater Jakarta 2.1
    • Outside Jakarta 2.2
    • Planned 2.3
  • National Routes 3
  • Notes 4
  • See also 5


Toll roads

Greater Jakarta

Outside Jakarta

  • Surabaya/Waru-Juanda International Airport Toll Road
  • Surabaya-Madura Bridge (Suramadu Bridge) (opened at 9 June 2009)
  • Trans-Java Toll Road (under Construction, some parts are finished) AH2[2]
    • Cilegon-Bojonegara Toll Road (tender preparation)
    • Tangerang-Merak Toll Road (finished)
    • Jakarta-Tangerang Toll Road (finished)
    • Jakarta-Bogor-Ciawi Toll Road (Jagorawi Toll Road) (finished)
    • Ciawi-Sukabumi Toll Road (contract)
    • Sukabumi-Ciranjang Toll Road (tender preparation)
    • Ciranjang-Padalarang Toll Road (contract)
    • Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road (finished)
    • Cikampek-Purwakarta-Padalarang Toll Road (Cipularang Toll Road) (finished)
    • Padalarang-Cileunyi Toll Road (Padaleunyi Toll Road) (finished)
    • Cileunyi-Sumedang Toll Road (tender preparation)
    • Sumedang-Dawuan/Palimanan Toll Road (tender preparation)
    • Cikampek-Palimanan Toll Road (contract)
    • Palimanan-Cirebon-Kanci Toll Road (Palikanci Toll Road) (finished)
    • Kanci-Pejagan Toll Road (finished)
    • Pejagan-Pemalang Toll Road (contract)
    • Pemalang-Batang Toll Road (contract)
    • Batang-Semarang Toll Road (contract)
    • Semarang Section A,B,C Toll Road (finished)
    • Semarang-Demak Toll Road (tender preparation)
    • Semarang-Solo Toll Road (under construction)
    • Solo-Yogyakarta Toll Road (tender preparation)
    • Solo-Mantingan-Ngawi Toll Road (tender negotiation)
    • Ngawi-Kertosono Toll Road (tender negotiation)
    • Kertosono-Mojokerto Toll Road (under construction)
    • Mojokerto-Surabaya Toll Road (under construction)
    • Surabaya-Gresik Toll Road (finished)
    • Surabaya-Gempol Toll Road (finished)
    • Gempol-Pandaan Toll Road (contract)
    • Pandaan-Malang Toll Road (tender preparation)
    • Gempol-Pasuruan Toll Road (under construction)
    • Pasuruan-Probolinggo Toll Road (contract)
    • Probolinggo-Banyuwangi Toll Road (tender preparation)
  • Belmera Toll Road, Medan, North Sumatera (finished)
  • Medan-Kualanamu Toll Road, Medan, North Sumatera (Under Construction)
  • Ngurah Rai-Nusa Dua Toll Road (finished)
  • Makassar airport tollroad South Sulawesi (finished)


  • Sunda Strait Bridge AH25
  • Jakarta/Antasari-Depok Toll Road (under construction)[3]
  • Jakarta Outer Ring Road 2 (JORR 2) (beltway)[1]
    • Soekarno-Hatta International Airport-Kunciran Toll Road (tender negotiation)
    • Kunciran-Serpong Toll Road (tender negotiation)
    • Serpong-Cinere Toll Road (tender negotiation)
    • Cinere-Cimanggis/Jagorawi Toll Road (under construction)
    • Cimanggis-Cibitung Toll Road (tender negotiation)
    • Cibitung-Cilincing Toll Road (contract)
  • Bekasi-Cawang-Kampung Melayu Toll Road (Becakayu Toll Road), initial resumption on October 17, 2014, Section-1 11 kilometers Kasablanka-Jaka Sampurna, Section-2 10.4 kilometers Jaka Sampurna-Duren Jaya[4]
  • Serpong-Balaraja Toll Road
  • Balaraja-Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Toll Road
  • Pasir Koja-Soreang Toll Road[5]

National Routes


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  4. ^ Ali Hidayat (October 20, 2014). "Jakarta-Bekasi Toll Road Construction to Resume". 
  5. ^

See also

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