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29 May 2024

The Journey of MLFF: From Becoming a PSN to Direct Implementation on IKN Toll Road

The cashless and contactless toll transaction system, or Multi Lane Free Flow (MLFF), has been officially established as one of the toll transaction systems in Indonesia. This is marked by the enactment and implementation of Government Regulation (PP) Number 23 of 2024 on Toll Roads starting from May 20, 2024. The innovation of this latest toll road transaction system has been designated as a National Strategic Project (PSN). Furthermore, Minister of Public Works and Housing (PUPR) Basuki Hadimuljono ensures that MLFF will be directly implemented on the IKN Toll Road. Here is the journey of the MLFF contactless toll transaction system: MLFF Becomes PSN The inclusion of MLFF in the new PSN list is outlined in Coordinating Ministerial Regulation (Permenko) Number 6 of 2024. It is explained that MLFF will be implemented using the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme valued at IDR 4.49 trillion. The Director of Toll Roads at the Directorate General (Ditjen) of Highways at the Ministry of PUPR, Triono Junoasmono, said that the inclusion of MLFF in the new PSN list non-State Budget (APBN) is not without reason. "Because this is a very strategic program, very important, so with the agreement that this program must indeed be elevated to a more national scope, because it is cross-sectoral, not just the Ministry of PUPR, but covers various related agencies," explained Yongki during the National Working Meeting on Accelerating Completion and Pre-Evaluation of PSN at Park Hyatt Jakarta, Tuesday (14/5/2024). Implemented on IKN Toll Road in 2024 Minister Basuki said that MLFF would be directly implemented on the IKN Toll Road, which is targeted to be passable in one direction by August 2024. "I think yes," answered Basuki when met at The 19th ITS Asia Pacific Forum 2024 at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC), Senayan, Jakarta, Tuesday (28/5/2024). However, Basuki said that in the initial stage, the IKN Toll Road would first implement Single Lane Free Flow (SLFF). "For the IKN Toll Road, we will directly implement SLFF later," added Basuki. The gradual implementation of MLFF starting from SLFF with barriers is part of the toll transaction system transformation process, making it easier to evaluate if there are any deficiencies. On the same occasion, the President Director of PT Roatex Indonesia Toll System (RITS), Attila Keszeg, as the Implementing Business Entity (BUP) of MLFF, revealed that the system is targeted to be implemented in the second half of 2024. Article Source :
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28 May 2024

No changes in rates with contactless toll payment: Minister of Public Works and Housing

Minister of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR), Basuki Hadimuljono, has said that toll tariffs will not change under the contactless cashless toll payment scheme, which is currently being implemented as Single Lane Free Flow (SLFF). "It has nothing to do with toll tariffs. The tariff has its own calculation," he clarified in Jakarta on Tuesday. According to the minister, contactless toll payment does not burden the Toll Road Business Entity (BUJT) and toll road users because it only changes the payment mechanism. Furthermore, the ministry will implement SLFF at the end of this year as a step toward the Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) payment scheme. The difference between SLFF and MLFF lies in the number of road sections. As the name suggests, MLFF uses many lanes, while SLFF only uses one lane, which can be used by toll users through contactless payment, he explained. Meanwhile, the president director of PT Roatex Indonesia Toll System (RITS), Attila Keszeg, said that his party, as the implementing business entity (BUP) of the MLFF program, is ready to implement the new payment scheme starting from the fourth quarter of this year. He noted that congestion at toll gates poses a challenge to economic progress. The implementation of a contactless cashless toll payment scheme could help improve the economic potential of Indonesia. "Data from the World Bank in 2019 showed that economic losses in Indonesia due to traffic jams amounted to US$4 billion per year. A feasibility study conducted by Roatex in 2020 showed that congestion at toll gates resulted in economic losses in Indonesia of more than US$300 million every year," Keszeg disclosed. MLFF, which is based on a global navigation satellite system (GNSS), is not a solution that can be operated independently, he added. The scheme is very complex and must be prepared well, starting with technology, regulations, and collaboration with other relevant stakeholders. According to Minister Hadimuljono, the imposition of sanctions against people who have not registered for the Fast Without Stop (Centas) application for availing the contactless toll scheme is an effort to apply the law to change people's behavior. However, fines will not be issued immediately. People who have not registered on Centas will be diverted first to use toll gates with a tapping payment system, he added. Article Source :
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17 May 2024

A member of the House of Representatives appreciates the designation of MLFF as a National Strategic Project

A member of the House of Representatives Commission VI, Gde Sumarjaya Linggih, appreciates the designation of the Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) toll payment system as a National Strategic Project (PSN). "During long holidays such as Lebaran or the end of the year, many toll gates experience congestion that wastes a lot of time," he said in a statement in Jakarta on Friday. According to him, the implementation of MLFF, which allows toll users not to stop while paying at toll gates, will have a significant economic impact. Specifically, it relates to cost efficiency and the smooth flow of both passengers and goods and services. He continued, if calculated, the economic losses due to this congestion are very large. It is not only time but also the amount of fuel wasted. In Jakarta alone, according to the Ministry of Transportation, the losses due to congestion reach IDR 65 trillion per year due to fuel waste and lost time. Not to mention the social losses, from pollution to reduced family time. "It is time for this issue to be addressed with applicable and sustainable solutions, not just situational ones like traffic flow arrangements," he emphasized. MLFF has been designated as a non-State Budget (APBN) National Strategic Project (PSN) based on the Coordinating Ministerial Regulation (Permenko) Number 6 of 2024. MLFF is a toll payment method that allows road users to pass through toll gates without stopping. This system uses Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology, including systems like GPS, to manage payment transactions. With this technology, transactions can be made through the CANTAS application on smartphones, assisted by satellites. By leveraging satellite technology, the MLFF system automatically calculates toll fees based on the distance traveled by the vehicle, eliminating the need for physical toll booths and reducing the need for vehicles to stop or slow down at toll gates. Since December 12, 2023, the MLFF system has been piloted on the Mandara Bali Toll Road by the Toll Road Regulatory Agency (BPJT), where MLFF support equipment has been installed at the toll gates as part of the trial. The MLFF system is planned to be gradually implemented starting from the Mandara Bali Toll Road in October 2024, considering readiness, infrastructure completeness, law enforcement, and community preparedness. During this transition period, the system used is Single Line Free Flow while still using barriers. Article Source :
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26 Apr 2024

Basuki Ensures Toll Payment System Without Stopping Can Be Implemented During Jokowi's Era

Minister of Public Works and Housing (PUPR) Basuki Hadimuljono ensures that the Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) system, or the toll payment system without stopping, can be implemented during President Joko Widodo's administration. According to him, the development of MLFF technology in Indonesia is still on schedule. "Certainly (implemented during this administration), God willing. The agreement is that (MLFF will be implemented before October 2024)," said Basuki at the PUPR Ministry Office, South Jakarta, Friday (26/4/2024). Basuki then explained that the development of this technology is still according to the scheduled stages. However, he did not specify what the stages of MLFF development are. On the other hand, Basuki stated that PUPR has sent four delegations to Hungary and agreed to continue the implementation of this technology in Indonesia. Meanwhile, in Indonesia, PUPR and several Toll Road Business Entities (BUJT) have agreed to implement this technology in the Single Lane Free Flow (SLFF) format first. "There have been discussions here and we will involve BUJT, it's impossible to move alone, BUJT has agreed to be involved in this SLFF," he explained. Therefore, Basuki reiterated that the implementation of this technology is still on schedule. "The schedule is still on track," he emphasized. Previously, according to detikcom's records, MLFF is a toll payment system based on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology and transactions are conducted through a special toll road application on smartphones. Then, GPS will determine the location determined by the satellite and the map-matching process will run in the central system. When the vehicle exits the toll road and the map-matching process ends, the system will calculate the toll fee. The use of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) has already been widely applied in Eastern European countries, including Hungary. Currently, the use of MLFF technology in Indonesia is still in the development stage. Article Source :
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