Trans-Sumatra Toll Road is an under-construction tolled expressway stretching across Sumatra Island in Indonesia from the northern tip of Banda Aceh to the southern tip of Bakauheni. This toll road was originally planned to be connected to the established toll road systems of Java through the now cancelled Sunda Strait Bridge. Construction of this toll road is continued with supporting corridors connecting the cities of Padang, Bengkulu, and Sibolga on the western coast of the island to the main corridors stretching across the more populated eastern coast. State construction company Hutama Karya has been given a government-granted monopoly to operate the network.

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  • Jalan Tol Trans Sumatra adalah jaringan jalan tol sepanjang 2.818 km di Indonesia yang direncanakan menghubungkan kota-kota di pulau Sumatra, dari Lampung hingga Aceh. (in)
  • L'autoroute Transsumatranaise est un projet d'autoroute qui traversera l'île indonésienne de Sumatra de Banda Aceh, dans la province d'Aceh, à la pointe nord de l'île, à Bandar Lampung, dans la province de Lampung, sur la côte sud. Sa longueur totale sera de quelque 2 700 kilomètres. Elle fait partie des priorités du gouvernement indonésien dans son programme de développement des infrastructures du pays. Sa construction a été inaugurée par le président Joko Widodo le 30 avril 2015. Lors de l'inauguration du tronçon Bakauheni-Teranggi Besar en mars 2019, le président Joko Widodo a déclaré que l'autoroute devrait être achevée en 2024. L'autoroute fera partie de la route du réseau routier asiatique. Il ne faut toutefois pas la confondre avec la route transsumatranaise. (fr)
  • Trans-Sumatra Toll Road is an under-construction tolled expressway stretching across Sumatra Island in Indonesia from the northern tip of Banda Aceh to the southern tip of Bakauheni. This toll road was originally planned to be connected to the established toll road systems of Java through the now cancelled Sunda Strait Bridge. Construction of this toll road is continued with supporting corridors connecting the cities of Padang, Bengkulu, and Sibolga on the western coast of the island to the main corridors stretching across the more populated eastern coast. State construction company Hutama Karya has been given a government-granted monopoly to operate the network. The toll's entire length of 2,818 km is estimated to cost about Rp.476 Trillion (US$33.2 Billion). Consisting of 17 main segments, and 7 supporting segments. As of 2020, parts of the planned segments are already completed and operational. (en)
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  • PT Hutama Karya by order of the President of Indonesia (en)
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  • Planned routes of the Trans-Sumatra Toll Road. Red: Main corridors, Blue: Supporting corridors, Green: Commercial Toll Roads (en)
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  • Trans-Sumatra Toll Road (en)
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  • Jalan Tol Trans Sumatra adalah jaringan jalan tol sepanjang 2.818 km di Indonesia yang direncanakan menghubungkan kota-kota di pulau Sumatra, dari Lampung hingga Aceh. (in)
  • L'autoroute Transsumatranaise est un projet d'autoroute qui traversera l'île indonésienne de Sumatra de Banda Aceh, dans la province d'Aceh, à la pointe nord de l'île, à Bandar Lampung, dans la province de Lampung, sur la côte sud. Sa longueur totale sera de quelque 2 700 kilomètres. Elle fait partie des priorités du gouvernement indonésien dans son programme de développement des infrastructures du pays. Sa construction a été inaugurée par le président Joko Widodo le 30 avril 2015. Lors de l'inauguration du tronçon Bakauheni-Teranggi Besar en mars 2019, le président Joko Widodo a déclaré que l'autoroute devrait être achevée en 2024. (fr)
  • Trans-Sumatra Toll Road is an under-construction tolled expressway stretching across Sumatra Island in Indonesia from the northern tip of Banda Aceh to the southern tip of Bakauheni. This toll road was originally planned to be connected to the established toll road systems of Java through the now cancelled Sunda Strait Bridge. Construction of this toll road is continued with supporting corridors connecting the cities of Padang, Bengkulu, and Sibolga on the western coast of the island to the main corridors stretching across the more populated eastern coast. State construction company Hutama Karya has been given a government-granted monopoly to operate the network. (en)
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  • Autoroute Transsumatranaise (fr)
  • Trans-Sumatra Toll Road (en)
  • Jalan Tol Trans Sumatra (in)
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