ROADS affected by the recent adverse weather condition in the North are now open to all traffic.
The roads in Urata, Qawa, Wainikoro, Nakelikoso and Malau were also cleared and inspected by relevant authorities.
A Ministry of Information statement said even though roads were opened, water levels in most rivers and streams were still rising as a result of the heavy rain.
"Clearing of debris in Urata, Qawa are expected to begin today (yesterday) and tomorrow, and in Wainikoro, Malau and Nakelikoso, safety barriers have been erected," the statement said.
"Patrol teams are also on standby for any major events."
Fiji Roads Authority CEO Neil Cook called on road users to travel on reopened roads with caution.
"We are calling on road users to treat slippery roads with caution and approach crossings slowly because they might be dangerous," Mr Cook said.
"If people have doubts about the condition of any roads, we are advising them to refrain from using them."
Acting commissioner Northern Alipate Bolalevu said the weather had normalised and roads affected were opened.
However, he said they were monitoring the situation on the ground.