Expect delays in travelling as road rehabilitation works will continue this week

Expect delays in travelling as road rehabilitation works will continue this week

By Priteshni Nand
Sunday 21/02/2021
Road improvement works on Queens Road at Yako, Nadroga/ Navosa in the Western Division. Motorists are advised to drive with extra care on approach. [PC: FRA]

If you live along the Suva Nausori corridor, expect at least 90 minutes delay during peak hours as road rehabilitation works will continue to be carried by Fiji Roads Authority contractors this week.

FRA says works are progressing well on Kanace Road, Ratu Mara Road, Moala Street, Grantham Road, Nailuva Road, Khalsa Road, Lovoni Road, Vunakece Road, Kalokalo Crescent, Nokonoko Road, Votua Road, Vishnu Deo Road, Roshaneel Place, Baka Place and Ono Street in the Central Division.

In the Western Division, works have been completed on Queens Road at the Yako Village frontage while resurfacing is in progress to the end of Yako seaside Road junction.

Works on Queens Highway at the Malevu frontage in Sigatoka is in progress.

FRA says they will be working on Yako Seaside Junction to Nawaicoba, Malamala section, Vuniyasi Bridge to Nadi Temple Roundabout, Votualevu Road from Koroitamana Road junction to Legalega Road junction and Vatutu Road in Nadi in the coming days.

They will also work on Valley Road Sigatoka Town to Lawai section, Votua, Sovi Bay, Outrigger Hill and Korotogo Slope in Sigatoka.



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