Road trial in Nadi to continue for another three weeks

FRA CEO Jonathan Moore with stakeholders at his Namaka office. Picture: SUPPLIED

THE local area traffic management trial in Nadi will continue for a further three weeks, the Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) has advised.

FRA chief executive officer Jonathan Moore said the trial to date had been recognised by all stakeholders as a success, but they were planning a number of adjustments to further improve traffic flow.

These, according to Mr Moore, will incorporate outputs from the recent review of the trials with the stakeholders (FRA, Police, Land Transport Authority, Nadi Town Council and Nadi Chamber of Commerce and Industry).

Mr Moore said the alteration to the current setup would be implemented on November 21, 2018.

“It is envisaged that the alteration will further enhance the flow of traffic in and around the Nadi Central Business District. The details of the alteration and the amended maps will be advertised next week,” he said.

He has urged motorists to be conscious of this trial when entering Nadi Town and to follow all posted temporary signs.

The trials will conclude on December 2, 2018.

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