MoPW – Terusan Pasteur-Ujung Berung-Cileunyi-Gedebage Toll Road – West Java - Project Profile
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The Minister of Public Works (MoPW) is planning to undertake the Terusan Pasteur-Ujung Berung-Cileunyi-Gedebage Toll Road project in West Java, Indonesia.
The project involves the construction of a 27.50km road to connect Terusan Pasteur, Ujung Berung, Cileunyi and Gedebage.
It will include the construction of pedestrian way, toll infrastructural facilities, truck parking facility, the installation of traffic signal lights, safety system and the construction of other related infrastructure.
The project will be funded through the Government budget. The project will be developed under Build Operate Transfer (BOT) bias and offered to private firms through a bidding process.
MoPW appointed PT Jasa Sarana as associated developer. The project has been facing delay land acquisition issues.
In January 2017, the West Java provincial government and Bandung City Government signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for implementation of the project.
Construction work is expected to commence in 2018.
Planning Authority: Indonesia Toll Road Authority
Associated Developer: PT Jasa Sarana
The project involves the construction of a 27.50km road to connect Terusan Pasteur, Ujung Berung, Cileunyi and Gedebage in West Java, Indonesia.
The US$600 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of pedestrian way
2. Construction of toll infrastructural facilities
3. Construction of truck parking facilities
4. Installation of traffic signal lights
5. Installation of safety system
6. Construction of other related infrastructure
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