Physical Works commence at Tassiriki Road

The Contractor, China Civil Engineering Construction Cooperation have commence physical works at the Tassiriki Road from USP road to 2nd Lagoon, under the Cyclone Pam Road Reconstruction Project. Works commenced on the 8th of September.

The road will be temporarily closed from Felix Store to Pacific Supplies at the Korman road from Monday, 17th September 2018 at 8PM to Tuesday 18th September 2018 at 5AM to allow for the contractor to construct the drainage line across the road from the lagoon.

This works will involves heavy machinery to be used and traffic controllers to aide with detour routes in coordination with Port Vila Municipality and other relevant agencies.

The Contractor is advising the public and road users to keep clear of the working sites and to follow instructions from the traffic controllers to use detour routes. CCECC apologies for any inconvenience cause during this time and that should you require more information to contact; (678) 7747654 or email

Works has also begun on the detour roads with fine grading works on the 12th of September with Prime Coat Sealing works starting on the 13th of September.

The Tassariki Road Upgrade consist of, Reconstructing road pavement, constructing storm-water drainage, constructing Kerb and channel and footpaths, bitumen chip seal, asphalt pavement, road-side drain formation and culvert cleaning, vegetation control, surface patching.

The Cyclone Pam Road Reconstruction Project (CPRRP) is funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Implemented by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Utilities.

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