You’ve probably already heard.
The G20 Summit is taking place in Bali, very soon.
It is the seventeenth meeting of its kind and is happening on the 15th and 16th of November 2022! To ensure the success of the event and to provide extra security in areas that are usually prone to traffic, the government has implemented some activities and road restrictions that will begin on the 11th of November 2022.
The regulations were stated in the official circular letter number 35425/SEKRET/2022.
In short, educational and office activities will be carried out online for a few areas in Bali.
Road restrictions will also be applied to all routes leading to the G20 Presidency venue, which are the following:
- The route to The Apurva Kempinski Bali (12-17th November)
- The route to ITDC Nusa Dua (12-17th November)
- The Bali Mandara Toll Road (12-17th November)
- The route to GWK (15th November)
- The route to the Mangrove Seeding in Tahura Area (15-16th November).
It is also said that an odd-even plate number scheme will be carried out from the 11th of November 11, 2022 until the 17th of November 2022, starting at 06:00 until 22:00 WITA (Central Indonesia Time).
If the last digit of your vehicle is an odd number and the day’s date is odd, you can drive your vehicle on the designated roads and vice versa for even numbers. The odd-even plate number scheme will be implemented on the following roads:
- Simpang Pesanggaran – Simpang Sanur
- Simpang Kuta – Simpang Pesanggaran
- Simpang Kuta – Tugu Ngurah Rai
- Tugu Ngurah Rai – Nusa Dua
- Simpang Pesanggaran – Gerbang Benoa
- Simpang Lapangan Terbang (DPS) – Tugu Ngurah Rai
- 042 Jimbaran – Uluwatu
- Jalan Tol Bali Mandara
- Jalan Uluwatu II
- Jalan Raya Kampus Udayana.
Overall, during the week leading to the G20 Summit, we suggest adding extra time for your trips to anticipate diversions and delays because of road closures and restrictions.
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