THE speed limit along the Suva-Nausori corridor could be reviewed in the near future, says Fiji Roads Authority spokesman Mike Rudge.
Mr Rudge revealed two distinct surveys, which normally determine appropriate speed limits, have not been done along the corridor.
These surveys are the survey of roadside development (rating survey) and survey of general road information.
"As far as I am aware, this has not been done for the Suva-Nausori corridor but it certainly seems to warrant such an investigation," he said.
"The FRA would be happy to work with the LTA in completing them."
Mr Rudge said the FRA had yet to develop a position with respect to speed limits on any specific road.
"While I think that in the medium term the speed limits could be reviewed, there are a number of aspects of the Suva-Nausori corridor that need to be improved before a change could be finalised.
"These include improvements in signposting, road marking, street- lights and access control and improvements in road surface and management to minimise sudden lane changing."
Mr Rudge said while the speed limit must be safe and appropriate for the type and level of development on the adjacent land and for the function and use of the road, frequent changes of speed limit along a route should also be avoided.