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Bus Stop Graffiti A Concern

  Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) is concerned with graffiti on the new bus shelters which have just been built. The new bus stops one Suva-Nausori corridor have been painted with
15 Mar 2018 10:00
Bus Stop Graffiti A Concern
Mead Road bus stop.

 

Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) is concerned with graffiti on the new bus shelters which have just been built.

The new bus stops one Suva-Nausori corridor have been painted with graffiti.

Chief Executive Officer, Jonathan Moore advised the members of the public to look after these assets for their own benefits and to be vigilant and report all instances of graffiti to the Police.

FRA began constructing 84 bus shelters around the country is scheduled to be completed within the next seven months and has prioritised the areas in front of schools and health centres.

The bus shelters will add to commuters’ comfort and accessibility to bus routes.

“This is important to get the best service to the public but at the same time, we are also concerned about the acts of graffiti on our road assets.

“We hope that these bus shelters will serve its purpose and not have to be replaced earlier than we anticipated,” Mr Moore said.

The new bus shelters will have a category four cyclone certification.

They are designed in-house and two local contractors had been hired for the project.

Edited by Mohammed Zulfikar

Feedback:  ashna.kumar@fijisun.com.fj



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