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FRA: Stakeholders' consultation, a success

Thursday, February 06, 2014

Update: 3:28PM THE first Fiji Roads Authority stakeholders' consultation, to review the greater Suva transportation strategy, was hailed a great success.

FRA Strategy, Planning and Performance Manager Christine Serreyn said they had an audience that was willing to fully contribute based on their personal experiences as well as the views of the organisation they represented.  

She said the project team would now take this valuable information forward to develop the study further.

"This first stakeholder meeting will be followed by further more detailed and specific meeting and FRA is very grateful for the active participation of the stakeholders and is confident this will lead to the successful development of a robust integrated transportation study," Ms Serreyn said.

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