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Transport service on polling day

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Wednesday, September 03, 2014

ALL public service vehicles will provide normal transport services on election day.

Transport Ministry permanent secretary Commander Francis Kean said this was to cater for people's transportation needs to their respective polling stations around the country.

"With preparations underway for polling on September 17, the issue of public service vehicle services on the day has been a growing concern," Cdr Kean said at a press briefing yesterday.

"In light of this, the Transport Minister Captain Timoci Natuva has directed the Land Transport Authority to consult with its public service vehicle stakeholders to ensure the provision of normal services to the public on polling day."

Cdr Kean said the government also expected a full turnout at all polling stations following arrangements to have a normal PSV service.








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