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646,000 Vehicles Left Jakarta ahead of Eid
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Thursday, 14 June, 2018 | 21:12 WIB
646,000 Vehicles Left Jakarta ahead of Eid

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - State toll operator Jasa Marga said that as of June 13 — two days ahead of the Eid el-Fitr — 646,000 vehicles had left Jakarta through the main gate of the Jakarta-Cikampek toll road.

"That number shows a 37-percent increase from normal days' 469,000 cars," Jasa Marga's media relations manager Herald Galingga said in a written statement, Thursday, June 14, 2018. 

Jasa Marga also noted a 61-percent traffic distribution fro   m Cikarang toll gate to the North Lanec,. Meanwhile, the volume of vehic ards the South Lane rose 39 percent.

Jasa Marga appeals to toll-road users to ensure they have enough balance on their e-toll cards before entering gates.

"We only provide top-up services for emergency situations," he said. 

Traffic information about toll roads managed by Jasa Marga is available in the company's official channels. The public can contact the 24-hour Call Center by dialing 14080, or check out Jasa Marga's social media including their Twitter accounts @PTJASAMARGA and @official_JSMR, their Instagram account @official.jasamarga, their website http://www.jasamarga.com, or through their mobile app JMCARe.


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