Traffic Report: April 25, 2014

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Traffic Report

Traffic Report

Today

Road Rehab — HDOT’s H-1 Rehabilitation Project resumed full nighttime lane closures, Sunday, and will continue nightly, 8 p.m.-5 a.m., for the remainder of the project.

Full closures began in the eastbound direction. After several weeks, it will then switch to the westbound direction. The closures will rotate every few weeks and may include closures in both directions in the last few weeks.

Note that the eastbound closures will require an exit from the H-1 viaduct to Nimitz Highway and Dillingham Boulevard. Motorists are encouraged to consider alternate routes, allow for extra travel time and expect delays.

Suggested alternate routes follow:

http://h1rehab.com/east-bound-optional-routes-2/;

www.H1rehab.com for weekly lane closure information and project details.

HDOT thanks you for your patience as they work to improve our highways and infrastructure.

Harboring a Satellite — The new City and County of Honolulu satellite vehicle registration office at 915 N. Rd., Bldg. 1314 (Club Pearl Complex) Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, is now opened for business, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays. The service is open to all service members, their family members and civilian personnel with base access.

The satellite is a one-year pilot program to provide limited motor vehicle registration services for all military personnel on Oahu. If successful, the program could be extended. JBPHH was selected due to its central location on Oahu. Call 473-1487.

Continued Project — A maintenance and repair project to restore a water line located near Wheeler’s helicopter pad that began March 10 continues to May 9. The project requires a modified traffic flow, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Vehicles can’t enter or exit from Eastman/Wright roads intersection. Traffic entering Kamehameha Highway will detour on Eastman Road.

Personnel working in the trailers near the project will enter/exit on Eastman Road and detour around to return to Wright Avenue. At the end of each workday, the road will reopen with steel plates covering the work area for normal traffic flow.

29 / Tuesday

Lane Drain — A lane closure of McCornack Road between Collier Street and Thompson Circle is scheduled to repair deteriorating asphalt pavement, 7 a.m.-5 p.m., finishing Wednesday. Flagmen, road hazard signs and illuminated barrier markers will be provided under the contractor’s traffic control plan.

May

5 / Monday

Looper — There will be full road closures at Fort Shafter Flats’ Loop and Annex roads for utility and flood mitigation structures installation. Loop Road will be closed in both directions, from the Loop and Stream roads intersection to just west of the gate for Bldg. X1508.

The primary detour for Loop Road will be Mokumoa Street. Annex Road will be closed in both directions, from the Loop and Stream Road intersection to the intersection of Signal Street and Stream Road.

Closures for both Loop and Annex Roads will be through Feb. 28, 2015.

Super Looper — Schofield’s Pu’u Hapapa Loop closes at its intersection with Kolekole Avenue, 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m., weekdays (except holidays).

Local traffic only on Pu’u Hapapa. Through traffic along Kolekole will be maintained with flaggers controlling traffic for alternating flow.

LeiLehua Limited — Portions of Schofields Leilehua Avenue will be closed to install traffic-calming devices. All side roads off Leilehua will be open during construction.

There will be a full road closure of Leilehua, May 7-29, near Dawson and McAndrew roads for portions of Leilehua Avenue.

Another full road closure takes place, May 30-June 23, at a portion near Kline and a portion near Baldwin.

June 24-July 17 will see one more full road closure fronting Bldg. 645.

 

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