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FRA to look at possibility of inland highway on Viti Levu
Come 2015, the Fiji Roads Authority will look at one major project to the next stage of its investigation and that is the possibility of having an inland highway that would cross Viti Levu from Nadi to Suva. Fiji Roads CEO Neil Cook said it has been a productive year for the Authority with a number of major projects being generated this year.
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