THE Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) has completed repairing roads with 3000 potholes in the north for the month of January alone costing them $150,000.
However, it reveals that there is still more to be done.
FRA chief executive officer Neil Cook said they were responsible for the maintenance of all roads in the country and they were going to ensure this was done.
Mr Cook said maintenance works in the north would also include the improvement of roadworks and drainage on Rabi.
"We will work closely with provincial administrators and divisional commissioner's office as they carry out road maintenance works around the country."
He said work being carried out was to ensure that the road conditions were back to its best.
"The road maintenance methods we are applying to roads in the north ensures that the problems are fixed permanently to reduce costing."
Mr Cook said their upgrade works were not only limited to road repairs, they were also looking at other infrastructure that may be in need of repairs or maintenance. "We have graded through 250 kilometres of roads and we have also started work on unsealed roads including the maintenance of bridges," he said.
Mr Cook said works were continuing and that they would ensure that all road problems were addressed.