The Jakarta Post
The Jakarta administration is set to include motorcycles in the electronic road pricing (ERP) regulation, thereby requiring motorcyclists to pay a fee when passing roads where the ERP system is installed.
Gubernatorial Regulation No. 25/2017 on the ERP will undergo a revision to include motorcycles.
Acting head of the Jakarta Transportation Agency, Sigit Wijatmoko, said the administration would regulate the operation of the ERP and its fees in the revised regulation.
“Fees for motorcycles will be different from that imposed on cars,” Sigit said on Wednesday as quoted by kompas.com.
Three companies that have passed the prequalification round for the tender have included motorcyclists in their systems. They are set to demonstrate their proposed systems on Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat, Central Jakarta by engaging 205 vehicles, comprising cars, motorcycles, buses and trucks. (cal)