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Avoid valley travel

By TEVITA VUIBAU
Monday, March 03, 2014

Update: 11:41AM THE Fiji Roads Authority is advising members of the public to avoid travelling via the Namosi Valley if possible as most of the roads are extensively damaged and road works are in progress.

These roads have been extensively damaged and many roads are only passable with 4WD vehicles. The public are advised to avoid travel in this area if possible, the FRA said today.

The FRA says the following roads are not accessible to heavy vehicles until further notice due to safety reasons.

1. Delaisakau Road

-       Road is open to light vehicles only beyond Wainiwaqa turnoff.

2. Wainiwaqa Road Wainiwaqa Bailey Bridge

-       Road closed at the bridge but accessible for pedestrians.

3. Salaidrau Road

-       Open to 4x4 vehicles only, drive with caution

-       Many culverts are washed out & several landslips are blocking the road

4. Namuamua Road

-       Road blocked at Namado Gorge crossing

5. Nabukaluka/ Delaisakau Road (Naqali End)

-       Open to 4x4 vehicles only,  drive with caution

 





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