THE Land Transport Authority will monitor the movement of buses in the coming week to make sure companies adhere to set timetables.
And it will also monitor taxis and rural service licensed vehicles to ensure they operate within their designated zones.
The authority will work with police as it works to get this job done as part of the National Public Transport Week.
LTA spokesman Iliesa Sokia said there would be five LTA checkpoints in the Suva-Nausori corridor to observe the movement of public service vehicles.
"We will check that all buses are arriving and leaving according to the schedules that are set," he said.
"Basically we are working to ensure that our operations and logistics work on the ground goes together with the systems that we have back at the office.
Mr Sokia said the authority had also seen taxis operating in zones outside their designated area and it would work to curb this.
"Now after all this is done we will look to collate all our data and go back to the stakeholders and the public service vehicle operators themselves and work with them to improve this."