Bula vinaka and welcome to the Ministry of Infrastructure & Transport (MoIT) website. The Ministry is directly responsible for policy formulation, planning, design, regulatory, coordination and implementation of programs, projects and services relating to engineering works, meteorology, transportation and public utilities which are part of the Government infrastructure sector in Fiji. In addition, the Ministry is also responsible for policy and legislative formulation as well as administrative and regulatory functions of various Government Commercial Statutory Authorities (CSA’s) and Government Commercial Companies (GCC’s) under its line portfolio of the Minister for Infrastructure & Transport.
Under the Ministry’s core functions, engineering works cover important infrastructure components such as buildings, joinery, mechanical, electrical, vehicle plant hire, rural electrification and renewable energy sources. Similarly, the transport sector covers land and maritime transportation as well as Meteorological Services. The public utilities sector encompasses energy, water and sanitation.
In line with relevant provisions stipulated in the 2013 Constitution of the Republic of Fiji, Government’s manifesto, and People’s Charter for Change, Peace and Progress (PCCPP) and the Road Map for Democracy and Sustainable Socio – Economic Development (RDSSED), United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) and A Green Growth Framework for Fiji, the Ministry commits to deliver its services that is accessible to all.
Through this website, we aspire to bridge the information gap and strengthen our service deliveries between the Ministry and its stakeholders and customers that we serve.
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