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LTA's big plans

Serafina Silaitoga
Tuesday, January 14, 2014

FOLLOWING the destructive fire which ravaged the LTA office in Labasa on Saturday, the authority CEO Naisa Tuinaceva has told his team to remain positive and create bigger, better plans.

Mr Tuinaceva said the incident provided the organisation the opportunity to rebuild themselves.

"In fact, after seeing the space available in this area, we will turn this place into a model of the national plan that we have had in mind," Mr Tuinaceva said yesterday.

"We will use the area for practical work such as having pedestrians coming in to learn more about road rules.

"So we will have a walkway and a stretch of road in the LTA compound to show our pedestrians, especially students, which side to walk."

He added the LTA was also looking to put up road signs in the area to help learners understand their meaning.


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