$100k to permanently divert roads in Nadi Town
December 9, 2018 7:25 am
The Nadi town [Source: Flickr]
Around $100,000 will be the cost of permanently diverting a few roads in the main town of Nadi.
Fiji Roads Authority CEO Jonathan Moore says that after the first phase of trials, indicators show that the change in traffic flow has been a success.
“85% of liking rate is high and as far as we are concerned that’s just phase 1. Phase 2 will be putting in some traffic and pedestrian crossing and phase 3 will be fencing and people control.”
Moore says despite a few teething issues, overall the road diversion project in Nadi has been for the better.
However Moore says the project could even cost around a million dollars if a number of other measures are put in place.
Currently the main road through Nadi town has been diverted to a one way street which ends at the Denarau roundabout.