This paper will discuss the policies on which the Joko Widodo (Jokowi) Sea Toll Road as connectivity with the T3P area can support price disparity as a form of social justice. Reviewed using connectivity, political economy, and economic growth. In the beginning, the background of the Sea Toll policy will be discussed, research questions, and thesis responses. At the same time include how previous studies looked at this issue. Only then will it move on in the next chapter which discusses conceptual connectivity, political economy, and economic growth. Furthermore, the policy development from the Belt Islands, Pendulum Nusantara, to the Sea Toll Road. About massive budgetary costs and empty costs. Then discussed the sea highway route, then the evaluation. From this arrangement, it was finally concluded that the Sea Toll had been on the right path to be approved which removed price disparities involving many records to be continually updated to the government and all stakeholders including the business world. The importance of our research is how to discuss the Sea Toll for the past 4 years and request assistance and efficiency from this concept to realize social justice. Allows it to be a reference for reviewers in the field of maritime and logistics.