PT Roatex Indonesia Toll System (RITS) is Ready to Implement MLFF on Toll Roads

Tuesday, 28 May 2024

PT Roatex Indonesia Toll System (RITS) appreciates the progressive steps taken by the government in designating the cashless and contactless toll transaction system, known as multi-lane free flow (MLFF), as a non-state budget (non-APBN) national strategic project (PSN), along with the issuance of Government Regulation (PP) Number 23 of 2024 on Toll Roads, where MLFF officially becomes one of the toll road transaction systems in Indonesia.

The issuance of this PP serves as the legal foundation as well as the implementation of the MLFF system, which has been eagerly awaited not only by RITS but also by the industry and stakeholders. This step demonstrates Indonesia's commitment to realizing a future transportation system towards the goal of Golden Indonesia 2045.

RITS, as the implementing business entity (BUP) for the MLFF program, is ready to collaborate with all stakeholders in implementing this system according to the government's targeted schedule, starting in the fourth quarter of this year.

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