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Footpath improvement targets pedestrian access and safety

TALEBULA KATE
Friday, December 15, 2017

Update: 11:19AM A FOOTPATH project which is aimed at improving pedestrian access and safety at Cunningham in Nasinu has been completed by the Fiji Roads Authority (FRA).

FRA Acting General Manager Capital Works Tarun Bhalla said the new footpath is disability-friendly and will increase safety for pedestrians by providing them a defined path and it will reduce pedestrian accidents.

Mr Bhalla said the footpath is now lined up on the full length of the East side of the Cunningham Road from Kings Road to Princes Road, plus selected sections of new footpath on the West side, a combined total length of approximately 3500m.

He thanked the contractor Sekaia Ragata of Rehoboth Infrastructure Limited for their hard work and dedication in completing this important project.

The new footpath is part of the FRA?s Renewals Project.








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