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FRA: Stinson Parade Bridge, A ‘NO GO Zone’

Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) is issuing a warning to the public not to access Stinson Parade Bridge. This includes Nabukalou Creek near the construction site as demolition work gets underway
27 Oct 2016 11:00
FRA: Stinson Parade Bridge, A ‘NO GO Zone’
Works on Stinson Parade Bridge has already started and is No Go Zone to the public. Photo: Fiji Roads Authority

Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) is issuing a warning to the public not to access Stinson Parade Bridge. This includes Nabukalou Creek near the construction site as demolition work gets underway in Suva.

Chief executive officer John Hutchinson, says the public are reminded that Stinson Parade Bridge and the waterway beneath the bridge is strictly a “NO GO ZONE” as demolition work to remove the existing structure has started.

“Project Contractor China Railway 14 Group have established onsite. However, there are serious concerns about members of the public still accessing the construction zone and ignoring the barricades placed on-site for public safety,” Mr Hutchinson said.

Mr Hutchinson says they have noticed that outboard motors are still docking beneath the bridge and will be speaking with these operators to cease their operations from this location and to use the jetty ramp located across from the Suva Handicraft Centre.

“Members of the public are asked to obey the instructions of the site manager and to contact Fiji Roads Authority on 5720 if they have any queries pertaining to access in and around the bridge construction site.”

Source: Fiji Roads Authority

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