The Trans-Sarbagita Bus System continues to expand its routes and services to Bali’s residents and visitors.
According to Bali Daily (The Jakarta Post), 10 new buses traveling between downtown Denpasar and the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park began operating on Friday, August 10, 2012.
The new routes join and intersect the existing route system stretching from Batubulan – Kuta – Nusa Dua.
The 10 new buses operating the new route carry 35-passenger busses will operate in both directions along a 27-kilomter route that passengers schools and universities along the way with the following stops:
- Kamboja 1/SMAN 7
- Kamboja 2/Saraswati
- Surapati 2/Surapati 3
- Sudirman 2/Udayana University
- Sudirman 3/SMAN2
- Sanglah Hospital
- Pesanggaran – Interchange with Batubalan-Nusa Dua Route
- Pedungan – Interchange with Batubalan-Nusa Dua Route
- Dewa Ruci – Interchange with Batubalan-Nusa Dua Route
- Udayana 1
- Udayana 2
- Udayana 3
- Udayana 4
- Udayana 5
- Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
The new route intersects with Trans Sarbagita’s
first route (Batubulan–Nusa Dua) at three bus stops:
- Dewa Ruci.
In accordance with a special promotion announced by Bali’s governor in June 2012, all travel on the Trans-Sarbagita Bus System
remains free-of-charge until August 31, 2012.
After that date the bus fare will revert to its standard tariff of Rp. 3,500 (US$0.38) for adults and Rp. 2,500 (US$0.27) for students.
Passengers disembarking at Kedonganan or GWK
can take smaller feeder busses to continue on to Uluwatu or Tanjung Benoa.
The Sarbagita Bus System
is targeted to operate 17 main routes and 36 feeder routes by 2019.
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