Jakarta Inner Ring Road
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Jakarta Inner Ring Road
Jakarta Inner Ring Road
Route information
Maintained by PT Jasa Marga Tbk & PT Citra Marga Nushapala Persada Tbk
Major junctions
 Jagorawi Toll Road
Jakarta-Cikampek Toll Road
Jakarta-Tangerang Toll Road
Prof. Dr. Ir. Soedijatmo Toll Road (Airport Toll Road)
ToAngke Interchange
Tanjung Priok
Major citiesEast Jakarta, South Jakarta, North Jakarta, West Jakarta, Central Jakarta
Highway system
Roads and Highways in Indonesia

Jakarta Inner Ring Road (Jalan Tol Dalam Kota Jakarta) is a toll road circling the city of Jakarta, Indonesia. On northern and the eastern section, the toll road is a bypass with the Sosrobahu Bridge Technic. The toll road is operated by PT Jasa Marga Tbk and PT Citra Marga Nushapala Persada Tbk (CMNP).


The stretch of Jakarta Inner Ring Road began with the opening of Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto which intersect the Sudirman Road at the Semanggi cloverleaf bridge which already under construction since the 1960s.[1] In the early 1970s, the Gatot Subroto Road had continued past Tebet and becoming M.T. Haryono Road to Cawang and meet the junction with Major Jendral Panjaitan Road. In the 1970s, another major road runs Jendral Achmad Yani Road and Laksamana Yos Sudarso Road were established to the far east of Jakarta. This road would connect the Semanggi cloverleaf interchange all the way to the port Tanjung Priok. This vitally important highway which connects Central Jakarta directly with the port is the prototype of Jakarta Inner Ring Road, known then as "Jakarta Bypass", so called because the new connection enabling trucks to "bypass: the rest of Jakarta while traveling to and from the port. Construction of Jakarta Bypass was funded using the United States financial assistant and was completed in 1963.[2]

Jakarta Bypass also enabled the growth of new suburbs of Cempaka Putih, Pulo Mas, Senen, Rawamangun and Salemba.[2]


Jakarta Inner Ring Road has several section :

  • Cawang-Pluit Toll Road
  • Harbor Toll Road
  • Ir. Wiyoto Wiyono Toll Road

Gates and exits

Eastbound Harbor Toll Road
Section Gates Exits Remarks
Cawang-Pluit Cawang
Tebet 2
Tebet 1
Kuningan 2
Kuningan 1
Semanggi 2
Semanggi 1
Slipi 2
Slipi 1
Tanjung Duren
Jelambar 2
Jelambar 1
Angke 2
Angke 1
Ir. Wiyoto Wiyono Toll Road Kebon Nanas
Pulo Mas
Cempaka Putih
Tanjung Priok 1
Kebon Bawang
Harbor Toll Road Tanjung Priok 2
Ancol Timur
Ancol Barat
Gedong Panjang 2
Gedong Panjang 1
Jembatan Tiga 2
Jembatan Tiga 1

Ir. Wiyoto Wiyono exits

Toll Gate Destination
Kebon Nanas
Kalimalang, Halim
Jatinegara, Pisangan
Rawamangun Rawamangun, Pulo Gadung, Salemba
Cempaka Putih
Cempaka Putih, Cempaka Mas, Senen
Sunter, Kelapa Gading
Tanjung Priok Tanjung Priok, Pelabuhan, Cilincing
Kebon Bawang Kebon Bawang, Sindang

Cawang-Pluit exits

Toll Gate Destination
Cawang Cawang, Kampung
Tebet Tebet, Manggarai, Pasar Minggu
Kuningan Kuningan, Mampang, Menteng
Semanggi Semanggi, Sudirman, Kebayoran
Senayan, Taman Ria, Gelora
Pejompongan, Bendungan Hilir, Penjernihan
Slipi Slipi, Palmerah, Tanah Abang
Tomang Tomang, Grogol
Tomang Interchange Jakarta-Tangerang Toll Road, Kebon Jeruk, Tangerang-Merak Toll Road
Tanjung Duren Tanjung Duren, Grogol
Jelambar Jelambar, Pejagalan
Angke Angke, Pejagalan
Angke Interchange Prof. Dr. Ir. Soedijatmo Toll Road, Ancol, Jakarta Outer Ring Road


Group I Group II Group III Group IV Group V
Rp 8,000 Rp 10,000 Rp 12,500 Rp 16,000 Rp 19,000


  1. ^ Merrillees 2015, p. 19.
  2. ^ a b Merrillees 2015, p. 23.

Cited works

  • Merrillees, Scott (2015). Jakarta: Portraits of a Capital 1950-1980. Jakarta: Equinox Publishing. ISBN 9786028397308.

External links

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