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Govt intends to make public transport attractive and sexy for people - Acting PM

Govt intends to make public transport attractive and sexy for people - Acting PM

By Semi Turaga
Thursday 17/08/2017

Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says the government intends to make public transport attractive and sexy for people.

He made the comment while responding to a question about traffic problems around Suva during the 2017/2018 Budget Roadshow at FNU Samabula.

He said that making public transport attractive could help deal with the traffic.

Sayed-Khaiyum also highlighted that having fly over bridges could also solves our traffic problems.

He says ideally you should have a flyover bridge probably from the Australian High Commission all the way going up to Waimanu road so that people from Edinburgh drive can go underneath traffic..

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