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Plans to construct new roads and carry out maintenance

Ana Madigibuli
Monday, March 24, 2014

A FEW roads are being constructed in Rewa Province, a fact highlighted at last week's Rewa Provincial Council meeting.

One of the projects is in the tikina of Rewa, which is the Rewa-Vutia road construction project.

Another project in the tikina is the tarsealing of the Burebasaga and Nasali roads and the installation of road humps.

Fiji Roads Authority representative Jese Morgan said for the tikina of Burebasaga, the authority planned to tarseal the Wainibokasi road to Nakaile and Burebasaga.

"For the tikina of Suva, the authority is looking into upgrading the roads and installing culverts for Namakala, and there is also road upgrading of the Muaivuso Village access road," Mr Morgan said.

"For the tikina of Sawau in Beqa, we expect to carry out maintenance of existing road infrastructure on Beqa Island. The projects there will be inspected and are programmed for maintenance by June."








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