Traffic Report: Feb. 28, 2014

| February 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
Traffic Report

Traffic Report

Today

Radio Flyers — HDOT reports that the AM/FM rebroadcast system in the H-3 freeway tunnels has been updated this month from the original system installed in 1995. The system should be renewed every 20 years. The AM/FM rebroadcast system allows motorists to hear emergency and radio broadcasts within the tunnels, through a series of antennae, repeaters and transmitters. Although signals from some stations may not be strong enough in parts of the tunnels, most AM/FM stations should be clearer.

March

5 / Wednesday

Public Meeting — HDOT will hold a public info meeting to discuss the Kamehameha Highway Improvements and Environmental Assessment in the Mililani area, specifically between Lanikuhana Avenue and Ka Uka Boulevard. The project may include widening of the existing corridor or installing a new alignment to the road. HDOT representatives will address community concerns and answer questions, 5:30 p.m., at Mililani Middle School cafeteria, 95-1140 Lehiwa Dr. Call 842-1133.

17 / Monday

St. Pat’s — Designated drivers with Service Members Against Drunk Driving (SADD) are available if a Soldier has had too much to drink on St. Patrick’s Day. Volunteers are available, 11 p.m.-4 a.m., for free, confidential rides home. Call 377-0549 or 224-1907 for more details or to volunteer. Visit http://vimeo.com/76240205. Alternatives include calling one’s chain of command or a taxi, or securing a hotel room. Drunk driving — or worse — is more expensive!

Just a Phase — Work that began Sep. 23 on Fort Shafter’s Rice Drive will enter its second phase with another closure during installation of underground utilities. Part of Rice Street is one lane control for this phase. This work is scheduled to March 28. Phase three is scheduled to begin March 31.

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