THE Nasinu Magistrates Court needs to deal with 6100 traffic cases.
This was revealed by Chief Justice Anthony Gates during the launching of the Small Claims Tribunal in Nasinu yesterday.
In his speech, Justice Gates said he hoped to talk with the Land Transport Authority on how the figures were reached.
Justice Gates said there was a need for road marshals and those who conducted road bookings "to keep their eyes on the ball, which is good traffic behaviour".
"Not necessarily punishment," he said.
Justice Gates said he foresaw major developments in the Nasinu court complex.
"I can foresee there will be quite a substantial court complex built here one day, not too distant, with the way things are going."
Justice Gates said it was important to serve the public and that was exactly why the Nasinu court needed major renovations that would see members of the public having easy access to judicial services.