Autovia R1

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Autovia R1 "Scarlet Road 1" Indokistan
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Length 15.2km
Operated by
  • Cussex Road and Highway Authority
Termini
South A743 Interchange, Cibubur
North Camp Ashton, Indokistan
Major interchanges
Exit 1 A743 (Cibubur)
Exit 2 CSR R2
Exit 4 CSR R2
Exit 5 Camp Hastons, Suwarnakarta
Exit 15 Camp Ashton Cussex
Location
Primary destinations Camp Hastons, Camp Ashton
Different side sign post

The Autovia R1, also known as Scarlet Road 1, is the second busiest Autovia. With a length of 15.2 km (9.4 mi), it connects Cussex Region and Main Suwarnakarta via A743 with Camp Hastons and Camp Ashton military bases. It is managed by the Cussex Road and Highway Authority. This autovia road serves the suburbs of Cibubur, Pondok Gede, Camp Hastons and finally Camp Ashton. Previously this road serves journeys to St. John, but subsquently closed after the religion-based incident on AIM quorum that involves the Chairman and rejuvenated as de-militarized zone (DMZ).

The R1 is considered as the Auxillary route of the A743, but sometimes referred to be the inter-connected loop line from both of the military strongholds.

Fee

The table below is a fee list for R1, all in New KistanRupiah according to CRH #245.

Entry Class A (Bikes, Cars) Class B (HGV) Class C (LGV)
Gantries DM50 DM120 DM110

Payment System

The R1 paid in unique way by using gantry that automatically charges the driver via bank account. This also ensures the electronic law enforcement system for working properly.

Routes

KM A-81/A743 to Camp Ashton
Camp Ashton to A-81/A743
0 Sutton/Brighton City Limits IC
0

Entry from

A743
Sutton, Main Suwarnakarta, Newstilts, Brighton

Exit to

A743
Sutton, Main Suwarnakarta, Newstilts, Brighton

0+100 A743 Highway Border
0+100 R1 Autovia Road Border
0+150 Kranggan Permai Gantry
Pay Toll
Automatic Payment
ERP
0+150 Start of Code Mandatory Area (use horn codes)
0+150 Single-carriage way
TCAS and Traffic Proximity Warning Mandatory (for all governmental vehicles)
Accident-prone areas
1+300 Kranggan IC
1+300 Entry from
Travenoras, Sutton
Exit to
Travenoras, Sutton
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Exit to
Travenoras, Sutton
Entry from
Travenoras, Sutton
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3+100 Ganceng IC
3+100 Entry from
Travenoras, Sutton
Exit to
Travenoras, Sutton
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Exit to
Travenoras, Sutton
Entry from
Travenoras, Sutton
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3+150 Camp Hastons IC 1
3+150 Exit to
Camp Hastons
Entry from
Camp Hastons
3+200 Camp Hastons IC 2
3+200 Entry from
Camp Hastons
7+100 Jatiwarna Roundabout
7+100 Access to
A-3 via M73, R1 onwards, Jatibening via Pondok Gede
Access from
A-3 via M73, R1 onwards, Jatibening via Pondok Gede
14+800 Pondok Gede Roundabout
14+800 Access to
Pondok Gede, Taman Mini, (borders to and from St.John are closed and reclassified as DMZ)
Access from
Pondok Gede, Taman Mini (borders to and from St.John are closed and reclassified as DMZ)
15+065 Single-carriage way
TCAS and Traffic Proximity Warning Mandatory (for all governmental vehicles)
Accident-prone areas
15+065 End of Code Mandatory Area (use horn codes)
15+100 Camp Ashton Gantry
Pay Toll
Automatic Payment
ERP
15+100 R1 Autovia Road Border
15+200 Camp Ashton IC
15+200 Exit to
Camp Ashton
Entry from
Camp Ashton
15+200 Camp Ashton

Accidents and Incidents

May 28th, 2014 - A Suzuki Splash veered uncontrollably to oncoming traffic and collided to 3-4 motorcycles, and crashed to a tree. At that time the President of Indokistan, Rayhan Haikal, enroute back to Camp Hastons to picked his sister up. Luckily his Skywave (lp: 27GPSZ|F 6803 KY) and himself away from the collision course, 7 people injured. After that, all governmental vehicle that frequently travels the road must have a Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) and Traffic Proximity Warning System (TPWS); or extra attention for the riders. The road section now limited to 60-70km/h (37-44 mph) and horn codes are mandatory to increase awareness of the users.