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Public To Expect Changes

Members of the public must expect traffic management changes on the Kings Road at the Kinoya Road intersection in Nasinu. This is to cater for the construction works that will
17 Jan 2015 11:33
Public To Expect Changes
Patrick Keenan (second from right), of Fulton Hogan Hiways and Neil Cook (second from left) of Fiji Road Authority at the roadworks site in Ratu Sukuna Road, Suva. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Members of the public must expect traffic management changes on the Kings Road at the Kinoya Road intersection in Nasinu.

This is to cater for the construction works that will be taking place to upgrade the Kinoya bus stop from today into the next four to five weeks.

The existing bus stop on the Suva bound side of the Kings Road would remain closed for the duration of the construction work.

The Fiji Roads Authority chief executive officer Neil Cook has reassured the people that once the project is complete, it would be able accommodate three buses.

“During the construction period, a temporary bus bay will be marked on the furthest left lane of the three-lane approach towards the Kinoya Road traffic signalised intersection,” Mr Cook said.

“Fiji Roads Authority advises all drivers and the travelling public that buses will have to disembark and board passengers at this temporary bus bay marked on this left lane carriageway.”

They have also advised that this temporary set-up would present its own challenges including possible travel delays; however they would work closely with their contractors to ensure that disruptions would be kept to a minimum.

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