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PSV drivers urged to take precautions

By NASIK SWAMI
Thursday, January 30, 2014

Update: 12:39PM THE public transportation services would be put on hold if the weather condition worsens in the Central Division.

And the Fiji Bus Operators Association and the Fiji Taxi Union are monitoring the weather condition.

Both, the major, public transportation providers have confirmed they are providing services between the Navua, Suva and Nausori corridor at the moment.

Drivers are urged to exercise precaution and avoid driving on flooded roads.








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