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Bus fare increase to come into effect from 13 May 2022.


Since the advent of e-ticketing cash payments to bus drivers are illegal. You must only use your e-ticketing card to pay for bus fares. Paying by cash could get you and the bus drivers into trouble - LTA officials have the authority to impose hefty fines on both you and the driver for using and accepting cash. DO THE RIGHT THING - simply top up e-ticketing card and use this to pay for your bus fare.


10 February 2020


New bus fare came into operation from today. The Stage 1 bus fare is now 75cents while the Stage 2 bus fare is now $1.04. Bus fares for school children remain unchanged.


21 January 2018


Thanks to the opening of the new Vatuwaqa Bridge and the Stinson Bridge, normal services have resumed for all our commuters. We can now get you to your desired destination a lot quicker than before. No more delays!!

Thank you for your patience and understanding during the period these bridges were being constructed. It was painful but it had to be done.


1 December 2017

Vatuwaqa Bridge Closed

The Vatuwaqa Bailey Bridge is closed to all heavy vehicles. Regrettably this means that our buses are no longer allowed across the bridge thereby causing a great deal of inconvenience to our commuters. The new Vatuwaqa bridge is expected to be open sometime in January 2018. In the interim Central Transport will be operating the following route.

Suva Bus Stand to Nabua

Suva Bus Stand - USP - Fletcher Road - Toa Street, turn around and back to USP -  Grantham Road - Nabua - Viria Road.

Nabua to Suva Bus Stand

Viria Road - Nabua - Grantham Road - USP - Fletcher Road - Toa Street - USP - Suva Bus Stand.

Central Transport apologises for any inconvenience caused and thanks you for your patience and understanding.



If you are travelling on buses in Fiji you need to either have a E-Transport card or a prepaid disposable card for your bus fare. Cash can no longer be used. The E-Transport card and disposable card is available from Vodafone and numerous agents around the country. You can purchase the disposable card from the bus driver.  In order to pay your fare you simply touch your card on the TAPtoPAY console as you enter the bus. You need to tell the driver your destination and the correct fare will be deducted from your card and a ticket printed for your keeping. This ticket will show the bus fare charged and your remaining balance.


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