BUS services to the south of Taveuni have been further suspended until road conditions in the area improve.
Pacific Transport Limited's manager for Taveuni Prakash Sami said the poor road condition was the reason behind the suspension of service.
Mr Sami said villagers of Delaivuna, Qarawalu, Navakawau, Vuna and Ura would be affected.
"In these places the roads are full of deep potholes and slippery surfaces and the roads are unsafe for our passengers," he said.
"Many complaints have been made to FRA but not much has been done for the safety of our passengers."
Vuna villager Temo Vuki said this meant they had to travel by carriers which was expensive.
"We have to go down to Waiyevo for government services and Naqara shopping centre for our daily supplies and transportation will cost us around $60 one way."
FRA chief executive officer Neil Cook said he was not aware of the situation but they would look into it.
"We have been having good co-operation with bus companies and we advise them to inform us of road conditions in time before it worsens. In future we would appreciate if bus companies call directly and inform us of their concerns in relations to road issues," he said.