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‘Expect Changes’

The Land Transport Authority officials yesterday were reminded of their role in serving the people. The Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Pio Tikoduadua, told the officers that there had been
03 Oct 2014 12:31
‘Expect Changes’
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The Land Transport Authority officials yesterday were reminded of their role in serving the people.

The Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Pio Tikoduadua, told the officers that there had been many perceptions about the authority by the people and it needed to be changed.

Mr Tikoduadua made the comment while addressing LTA officials from the Central and Eastern divisions during a welcoming ceremony at the authority’s headquaters in Valelevu, Nasinu, yesterday.

“The important thing to me right now is to make sure that what we are doing is right. Do what is right based on the authority that the Land Transport Authority has,” Mr Tikoduadua said.

“You can only be the best in the work that you do. But first you have to do what is right and that will start by expectation that you, whatever capacity that you have, that you will do that work and do it only in as far as the law allows you to do your work.

“These perceptions are created out of what people knew as being something that is emanating from within. My job is to help you to tell them and let them know that these impressions are not true by doing the service that we are called to do, do it right and do it well.”

He also reminded the officers to expect changes within the authority – changes, he said that would only make things better.

Meanwhile, Mr Tikoduadua launched four new LTA operation vehicles. The vehicles were custom painted to educate the public on road safety.

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