Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road

Coordinates: 06°14′50.99″S 106°53′0.69″E / 6.2474972°S 106.8835250°E / -6.2474972; 106.8835250

The Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road or Japek toll road is an expressway that was inaugurated in 1988. The highway links Jakarta with cities to its east in the province of West Java, in Indonesia.

Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road
Jalan Tol Jakarta-Cikampek
Jakarta - Cikampek Toll Road KM 61
Route information
Part of AH2
Maintained by PT Jasa Marga Tbk
Length73 km (45 mi)
Major junctions
West endCawang
Major intersectionsJakarta Inner Ring Road
Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Purbaleunyi Toll Road
Jagorawi Toll Road
Cikampek–Palimanan Toll Road
East endCikampek IC
Major citiesEast Jakarta, Bekasi, Bekasi Regency, Karawang Regency, Purwakarta
Highway system

Since 2005, this toll road also connects Bandung and Jakarta via the separate Cipularang Toll Road; the interchange to Bandung was built before the Dawuan exit. AH2 This toll road is also part of AH2. The toll road is operated by PT Jasa Marga Tbk. In June 2015, Cikampek–Palimanan Toll Road was opened, which means Jakarta and Cirebon are now connected via toll road.[1] An elevated Jakarta-Cikampek Elevated Toll Road is built to reduce congestion of this toll road.

Exits and GatesEdit

Exit In Jakarta-Cikampek

Kilometer No. Exits Stand for Location Destination
KM 02 Halim Toll Gate HLIM East Jakarta Cawang
Halim Perdanakusuma Airport
Jagorawi Toll Road
KM 04 Ramp Pondok Gede Barat Toll Gate PDGB East Jakarta, DKI Jakarta Pondok Gede
Pondok Kelapa
KM 08 Ramp Pondok Gede Timur Toll Gate PDGT Bekasi, West Java Jatibening
KM 10 Cikunir Toll Gate CKNR Bekasi, West Java Jakarta Outer Ring Road
Jati Asih
KM 14 Bekasi Barat Toll Gate BKSB Bekasi, West Java Bekasi Barat
KM 16 Bekasi Timur Toll Gate BKST Bekasi, West Java Bekasi Timur
Bulak Kapal
Bantar Gebang
KM 21 Tambun Toll Gate TMBN Bekasi Regency, West Java Tambun
Mustika Jaya
KM 24 Cibitung Toll Gate CBTG Bekasi Regency, West Java Cibitung
MM2100 Industrial Complex.
KM 31 Cikarang Barat Toll Gate CKRB Bekasi Regency, West Java Cikarang Barat
KM 34 Cibatu Toll Gate CIBT Bekasi Regency, West Java Cibatu
Lippo Cikarang
KM 37 Cikarang Timur Toll Gate CKRT Bekasi Regency, West Java Cikarang Timur
Deltamas City
KM 47 Karawang Barat Toll Gate KRWB Karawang, West Java Karawang Barat
Industrial Complex.
KM 54 Karawang Timur Toll Gate KRWT Karawang, West Java Karawang Timur
Industrial Complex.
KM 67 Dawuan Interchange DWAN Karawang, West Java Cipularang Toll Road.
KM 68 Kalihurip Toll Gate KLHR Karawang, West Java Kalihurip
Industrial Complex
KM 70 Cikampek Utama Toll Gate Karawang, West Java Main Gate to Cikampek Or Jakarta
KM 73 Cikampek Toll Gate CKPK Purwakarta, West Java Cikampek

Rest areaEdit

Rest area In Jakarta–Cikampek

KM Direction Facilities
06 Westbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
19 Eastbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
34 Westbound restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
39 Eastbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
42 Westbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
50 Eastbound restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station (demolished)[2]
57 Eastbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
62 Westbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station
71 Westbound ATM, gas station, restaurant, mosque, mini market, service station

Road InformationEdit

Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road is nominated as the most congested highway in Indonesia, especially in the area of Cikunir JCT- Bekasi Barat (although half of the expressway is 8-lanes dual carriageway (KM0-KM37) and another half is 6 lanes (KM37-KM73). By the completion of Jakarta-Cikampek Elevated Tollway spanning 36,45 km from Cikunir to West Karawang, the capacity is expanded and congestion is slightly decreasing along this stretch (another stretch after Karawang Barat eastbound is, unfortunately, more congested.)

As of 2021, Jakarta-Cikampek toll road is surrounded[clarification needed] by 2 main projects which is under construction : LRT Cawang-Bekasi Timur (north section, KM0-KM18, under construction) and Jakarta-Bandung High Speed Railway (south section, KM0-KM38).

The lane management along this expressway are provided in this table.

note : "JCT" here labels the interchange(s) connecting expressway-to-expressway, although in Indonesia, this specification is not used
Stretch Length (km) Lanes Note
Cawang JCT-Cikunir JCT 10 8 (2x4) Future expansion to 5 lanes per direction (if needed, to cater the influx

of vehicles going Jakarta from both main expressway and elevated segment)

Cikunir JCT- Cikarang Utama 20 12 (2x4 on the main expressway

+ 2x2 on the elevated expressway)

Jakarta-Cikampek Elevated Toll Road begins here : the lane management on the

main expressway is currently not consistent due to the incomplete

repavement as for now.

Cikarang Utama-Cikarang Barat 1 14 (2x3 on the main expressway,

2x2 on the elevated expressway,

2x2 lanes as the local road serving

Cikarang Utama and Cikarang Barat exits)

Cikarang Utama is formerly the main tollgate for motorists until it is demolished

in 2018 due to Jakarta-Cikampek Elevated Tollway construction. The said location

is now the eastbound exit and westbound exit only to Jababeka

Cikarang Barat-Cikarang Timur 6 12 (2x4 on the main expressway

+ 2x2 on the elevated expressway)

Cikarang Timur-Karawang Barat JCT 11 10 (2x3 on the main expressway

+ 2x2 on the elevated expressway)

The elevated expressways veer to the side (from the median). The JCT in this

segment is actually an offramp to the east (from the elevated expressway) and

onramp to the west.

Karawang Barat JCT-Cikampek 25 6 (2x3) Future to be dual-4-lanes from Karawang Barat JCT to Kalihurip JCT (going to

Bandung (via Cipularang Toll Road) and Cirebon). Currently, the KM48-KM50

stretch has been expanded to 4 lanes per direction,[3] also for KM67-62

which has since expanded to 7 lanes (4 lanes westbound + 3 lanes westbound)

even when the elevated expressway is not built yet.

Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road is implementing full open-toll system after the demolition of Cikarang Utama Toll Gate (where the west part is open-toll while the rest is closed-toll). The toll fare for this expressway is shown in this table starting from January 17, 2020.[4]

Stretch Toll fare (IDR) per class
Cawang JCT-Pondok Gede Timur 4000 6000 8000
Cawang JCT-Cikarang Barat 7000 10500 14000
Cawang JCT-Karawang Barat 12000 18000 24000
Cawang JCT-Cikampek 20000 30000 40000

External linksEdit


  1. ^ World Bank: Jakarta - Cikampek Highway Project accessed 14 August 2009.
  2. ^ Azzahra, Tiara Aliya. "Jasa Marga: Penutupan Rest Area Km 50 Tol Japek Atas Saran Korlantas Polri". detiknews (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2021-02-26.
  3. ^ Jasa Marga, PT (December 23, 2020). "Penjelasan Jasa Marga Atas Kronologis Penyelesaian Permasalahan Titik Kepadatan Lalu Lintas di Jalan Tol Jakarta Cikampek KM 48 - KM 50". Press Release. Retrieved February 26, 2021.
  4. ^ Media, Kompas Cyber. "Besok Tarif Tol Jakarta-Cikampek Naik, Ini Rinciannya Halaman all". KOMPAS.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2021-02-26.