Bandarlampung – Up to D-3 Eid 2019, Sunday (02/06/2019) or three days before Eid Al-Fitr 1440 Hijriah, going back and forth at Bakauheni Toll Gate, Lampung is still deserted from travelers’ vehicles.
On Sunday morning until evening, the flow of four-wheeled vehicles from Java to Sumatra Island on the Bakauheni Toll Gate looked deserted and there was no significant buildup of vehicles.
Whereas the reverse flow from Sumatra Island to Java Island is also not crowded with vehicles and the queue that occurs at the exit of the Bakauheni Toll Road is fairly smooth.
There are only a few travelers and also passenger buses and trucks that cross the toll gate. The Bakauheni Toll Door opened at this time there are only four with two details for the entrance and two for the exit.
While the flow back and forth in Bakauheni Port also still looked deserted from travelers who crossed from Merak Port, Banten.
Until now, travelers have begun to be crowded and crowded in Bakauheni Port at night and early morning.