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Foot crossing

Suresh Chand Nadi
Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Apart from two foot crossings which are far apart on the main street, there is none other in Nadi Town.

This is forcing people to cross everywhere which is not only dangerous but slows traffic flow too.

I believe the one near ANZ Bank is well-positioned and safe to use but the one near the FNPF construction site is too close to a busy intersection, which is very dangerous for motorists and pedestrians.

I think authorities should consider relocating it to a safer place. Also, there is an urgent need for creating more marked foot crossings for the general benefit of all in town.

Please also look at the issue of a shopkeeper manning a "No parking" sign which gives him undue advantage, blocking a metered parking space for his personal use near ANZ crossing in Nadi Town.

I don't think this is fair to all. Let's make our tourist town attractive and safe so that more and more visitors come all the time.

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