Nadi cabbies claim losing 20 per cent income

Nadi cabbies vote during the Fiji Taxi Association Nadi Branch AGM under the watchful eye of FTA president Raben Bhan Singh. Picture: FELIX CHAUDHARY

NADI cabbies claim they are losing 20 per cent of their income because of the one-way traffic management system that has been implemented since October last year in the jet-set town.

Newly-elected Nadi Taxi Association president Aslam Khan has called for discussion and consultation with all the relevant stakeholders because of the impact on taxi operators and the traveling public.

The cabbies’ are not alone in their plea for talks on the issue – retail store owners, tourism stakeholders and ordinary residents have raised concerns about logistical and parking issues caused by the one-way road system.

Read the full report in today’s edition of The Fiji Times.

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