Bali could be getting over 100 km of new toll roads

Plans to make getting up north in Bali more of a breeze are under works as more toll roads are under consideration. 

The state-owned company PT Wastika Karya is aiming to build four new toll roads in total, three which would connect the Gilimanuk-Kuta stretch, while the fourth would connect Kuta and Lovina, reports Tribun Bali.

The tolls from Kuta to Gilimanuk would stretch 125 kilometers, the head director of PT Wastika Karya, M Choliq, told Tribun on Friday. 

According to Choliq, the plan for the tolls was submitted two weeks ago to the Toll Regulatory Agency (BPJT) of the Ministry of Public Works and housing.

Choliq hopes that the road projects that would work in cooperation with Bali’s regional government and smaller provincial governments, could be approved and commissioned this year. 

However, it’s still pretty early on at this point, and all weighed heavily on the results of a feasibility study, he says.

Photo: Bali Mandara Toll

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