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Minibus fares to go up for certain routes from Monday

Minibus fares to go up for certain routes from Monday

By Dhanjay Deo
Friday 05/08/2022

Get ready to pay more for minibus fares as they are going up for certain routes from Monday.

The minibus fare for Suva-Nausori via Kings Road will go up to $2.40 from $1.50 while the fare for Nadi-Lautoka, Ba-Lautoka and Ba-Tavua routes will be $2.90.

According to the Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission, the new minibus fare for Sigatoka-Lautoka route will be $12.10 while the Korovou-Nausori route will cost you $3.20.

FCCC says these interim fares will remain in force until 31st March 2023 unless earlier revoked, amended or varied by the Commission.

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