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18-month planning

Shayal Devi
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

NOT all roads being upgraded by the Fiji Roads Authority under the $200million Nadi and Suva roads upgrading project will have four lanes.

FRA program engineer Zaina Khan said design consultants had been working on the project for the past 18 months.

"For the Queens Rd, the stretch of road from Nasoso Rd to Votualevu roundabout in Nadi, which is about 2.1 kilometres, and the 3.96km road from Votualevu roundabout to Wailoaloa are existing two-lane roads that will be upgraded to four lanes," she said.

"The existing 2.64km two-lane road from Wailoaloa Rd to Narewa Rd will be upgraded only.

"New two-lane roads will be constructed as a relief road and that will be from Enamanu Rd to Narewa Village and Wailoaloa Rd to Enamanu Rd."


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