Steering Fiji Safely was reached after exhaustive discussions involving the board, management, staff and stakeholders. The vision encapsulates what we believe to be core to what the LTA stands for. It is an organisation set up to improve land transportation and ensuring road safety is enhanced above all else.
The escalating death toll must be taken on board as a benchmark to work from. The word “steering” pitomises the niche activity of the authority as the principal licensing authority for all forms of land transportation, irrespective of whether it is driven on private or public road and the key role it occupies in ensuring adequate, effective, efficient and safe land transportation throughout Fiji.
To provide a safe, efficient, customer focused, economical, sustainable and environmentally friendly land transport system for the nation in partnership with Stakeholders, Government and the community.
The Land Transport Authority would like to advise the general public that it has revised its Customer Service Trading Hours as follows:
Mondays to Thursday 8.00am to 4.30pm
Fridays 8.00am to 3.00pm
Land Transport Authority
Buses are forms of public transportation for passengers and goods.
The Land Transport Authority has 14 branches around Fiji. Its Headquarters is located at Lot 1, Daniva Road, Valelevu, Nasinu. The business hours are from.
Monday to Thursday 8am to 4.30pm Friday 8.00am to 3.00pm
You can visit any LTA branch near you.
The Land Transport Authority is the sole regulator of Registration of vehicles.
SPEED AND ROAD SAFETY:
Speeding continues to be major factor in road crashes, so slow down and save lives!
BE AWARE OF THE FACTS ABOUT SPEEDING!
CHOOSE A SAFE SPEED FOR THE CONDITIONS: Speed limits are the maximum travel speed for any road. In many conditions, you should travel at a lower speed-such as in bad weather, after dark, in heavy traffic, on unfamiliar, winding or narrow roads.
REMEMBER TO CHOOSE A SAFE SPEED FOR THE DRIVING CONDITIONS
SPEEDING INCREASE CRASHES: You are more likely to crash if you exceed the speed limit or drive at a speed that is not appropriate for the conditions.
As your speed increases, you have a less time to react to emergencies and it takes a greater distance to stop. Other road users also find it more difficult to judge how fast you are traveling.