Toll Roads

 

PT Margautama Nusantara (MUN)

PT Margautama Nusantara (MUN) is a Strategic Business Unit of the Company. MUN is the holding company of 2 subsidiaries, 1 associated company, and 1 indirect subsidiary in toll road management, namely PT BSD, PT BMN, PT JTSE and PT JLB.

MUN cooperated with Capital Advisor Partners Asia Pte Ltd (Cap Asia), a private investment company specializing in investment sector in South East Asia. By this cooperation, Cap Asia through CIIF Infrastructure Holdings Sdn Bhd (previously known as Robust Success Sdn Bhd). The cooperation with Cap Asia would strengthen MUN’s capital, expected to enable optimum synergy and performance aimed at enhancing the Company's performance.

 

JABODETABEK/GREATER JAKARTA

MAKASAR

PT Bintaro Serpong Damai (BSD)

BSD toll road provides direct access from urban area to Jakarta inner city (Central Business District). The 7.25 km toll road connects Serpong and Pondok Aren, South Tangerang. Its commercial operation started in 1999. Throughout 2015, the Average Daily Traffic Volume was 79,132 vehicles. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) traffic from 1999-2015 is 19.4%.

PT Jakarta Lingkar Baratsatu (JLB)

JLB toll road provides direct access to Jakarta International Airport. The 9.7 km toll road connects Kebon Jeruk (West Jakarta) with Penjaringan and the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport area, Cengkareng. Its commercial operation started in 2010. Throughout 2015, the Average Volume of Daily Traffic was 103,309 vehicles. This figure represented a 19% increase in comparison to the preceding year. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) traffic from 2010-2015 is 27.3%.

PT Bosowa Marga Nusantara (BMN)

BMN toll road provides direct access from Makassar (largest city in eastern Indonesia) to harbour. The 5.95 km toll road connects Soekarno-Hatta port in Makassar and AP Pettarani road (Urip Sumoharjo flyover). The BMN toll road is also connected to the JTSE (Jalan Tol Seksi Empat) toll road midway. Its commercial operation started in 1998. Throughout 2015, the Average Daily Traffic Volume was 57,232 vehicles, a significant increase in comparison to the preceding year. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) traffic from 1998-2015 is 8.4%.

PT Jalan Tol Seksi Empat (JTSE)

JTSE toll road provides direct access from Makassar (largest city in eastern Indonesia) to airport. The 11.57 km toll road connects Tallo Bridge to the Mandai Makassar intersection, providing access to Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport as well as the national road to Maros. Its commercial operation started in 2008. Throughout 2015, the Average Daily Traffic Volume during 2015 was 42,423 vehicles. This figure represented a 5% increase in comparison to the preceding year. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) traffic from 1998-2015 is 16.8%.