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Higher Ferry Tariff Bali to Lombok

Ferry Charges Increase on Bali to Lombok Public Ferry Between 10-15%

Bali News: Bali, Indonesia, Padang Bai, Lembar, Lombok, Bali-Lombok Ferry, PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry, I Wayan Rosta, Nengah Widiasa
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The State News Agency Antara reports that the tariff from the ferry crossing between Padang Bai in Bali and Lembar in Lombok increased effective at midnight on Sunday, June 23, 2013.
The rate increase came as a surprise to many inter-island travelers.

Nengah Widiasa (40), a motorcyclist at Padang Bai wishing to travel to Lombok, said: “Usually I pay Rp. 101,000 (US$10,10), but I was just charged Rp. 112,000 (US$11.20). That’s an increase of Rp. 11,000 (US$1.10).
Widiasa, who lives, Amlapura, East Bali, said he was unhappy that there was apparently no prior announcement about the increase in fares.
Separately, the supervisor for PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry in Padang Bai, I Wayan Rosta, explained that the new tariff for the inter-island ferry took place on Monday, June 24th in accordance with a decree of the Minister of Transportation (63/2013) allowing tariff increases of between 10 and 15%.
Passenger Fares

That decree stipulated that the cost of an adult fare on the ferry between Padang Bai and Lombok increased from Rp. 36,000 (US$3.60) to Rp. 40,000 (US$40) and for children from Rp. 23,000 (US$2.30) to Rp. 25,000 (US$2.50).

Vehicular Fares
The other increases taking effect on June 24:
  • Group I vehicles (push bikes) increased from Rp. 52,000 to Rp. 57,000 (US$5.70).
  • Group II vehicles (motorcycles) increased from Rp. 101,000 to Rp. 112,000 (US$11.20).
  • Group III vehicles (large motorcycles) unchanged at Rp. 323,000 (US$32.30).
  • Group IV vehicles (sedans) increased from Rp. 659,000 to Rp. 733,000 (US$73.30).
  • Group IV vehicles (goods vehicles) increased from Rp. 617,000 to Rp. 687,000 (US$68.70).
  • Group V vehicles (small busses) increased from Rp. 1,364,000 to Rp. 1,484,000 (US$148.40).
  • Group V vehicles (Good vehicles) increased from Rp. 1,112,000 to Rp. 1,213,000 (US$121.30).
  • Group VI vehicles (large buses) increased from Rp. 2,310,000 to Rp. 2,513,000 (US$251.30).
  • Group VI vehicles (large trucks) increased from Rp. 1,833,000 to Rp. 2,001,000 (US$200.10).
  • Group VII vehicles (Trucks with 10 or more wheels) increased from Rp. 2,355,000 to Rp. 2,567,000 (US$257).
  • Group VIII vehicles (heavy equipment) increased from Rp. 3,158,000 to Rp. 3,834,000 (US$384).
  • Group IX vehicles (articulated trucks) increased from Rp. 5,268,000 to Rp. 5,741,000 (US$574,10).

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