Bull rush com­plaints

Fiji Sun - - Comments -

Save­naca Vakali­waliwa,

Delta, BC, Canada

A big “sa malo” to Naisa Tuinaceva, the chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer of the Land Trans­port Au­thor­ity and I be­lieve in all what he said in his re­sponse as true (FS 8/9). As he men­tioned, the LTA is surely do­ing a fan­tas­tic work and one or two rot­ten ap­ples does not af­fect the work per­for­mance of the other hard work­ing staff. How­ever, he had re­sponded in the other daily that LTA is also con­cerned with the bull rush at the Suva-Nau­sori minibus stand on Rod­well Rd at the back of New World Su­per­mar­ket. His re­sponse seems to in­di­cate a ver­bal as­sur­ance only and since the bull rush is­sue dur­ing peak hours has been raised a num­ber of times, the LTA should do some­thing con­crete now, in­stead of just giv­ing ver­bal as­sur­ance.

Last time I was in the LTA of­fice at Valelevu, I was just amazed how it has been trans­formed, as I was one of the Depart­ment of Road Trans­port staff when it opened in 1980. I am sure that the same or­derly sys­tem that one has to fol­low when do­ing one’s busi­ness in the LTA of­fice, could be ex­tended and copied at the Suva-Nau­sori minibus stand dur­ing peak hours. But this time, could one or two LTA Of­fi­cers be ac­tu­ally present so that we do not read of any more bull rush com­plaints ever again.

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