Traffic Report: September 11, 2015

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Traffic Report

Today

Different Thunder — Mortar training continues today, with more artillery practice following (see below). Local residents may hear the cannons. (Note: Atmospheric conditions may make sounds seem louder than normal.)

  • Sept. 14-18, Marine Corps mortar training.
  • Sept. 26-30, Marine Corps mortar and artillery training.
  • Sept. 28-29, Army demolitions training.

For concerns related to the noise or training, call the U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii noise concern line at 656-3487.

 

 

Updated Sheridan — There’s a modified traffic flow at the intersection of Cadet Sheridan Road & Trimble Road, weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-3:30, for utility installation. Since Wednesday, traffic is being contra-flowed along Trimble Road as it passes Cadet Sheridan Road.

There will be two phases as construction crosses Trimble Road. The first phase will merge eastbound and westbound traffic into two lanes on the northern side of Trimble Road. (No left turns onto Cadet Sheridan Road from both lanes on Trimble Road). Information on the second phase will follow in the near future.

This work should conclude Sept.29.

 

21 / Monday

Closure at Waianae Ave (North) — There will be a road closure at Schofield Barracks’ Waianae Avenue (north corridor) between Generals Loop and Charlton Street. Waianae Ave (North) access at Waianae Ave (South), between Jecelin Street and Devol Street, will also be closed as part of this road closure.

Waianae Avenue (South) between Generals Loop and Devol Street will be designated for two-way traffic during this road closure. The housing units located on Charlton Street and Jecelin Street will need to use the Jecelin Street access from Waianae Ave (South) for both entry and exit.

The housing area on Jecelin Street and Charlton Street will be a dead end during this closure. Construction is anticipated 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., until Sept. 25.

 

Ongoing

 

Updated Bennet Drive — There will be intermittent lane closures at Fort Shafter’s Benet Drive in the vicinity of Bldgs. 341, 405 and 441 for the installation of a new water main line. The work occupies one lane, including the parking stalls perpendicular to the lane, weekdays, 7:45 a.m.-5 p.m., until Oct. 30.

Intermittent traffic modification is required to allow for the chlorination of the new water main line, followed by the tie-in of the new water main line to the existing line at the intersection of Benet Drive and Pierce Street. The preparatory work prior to the chlorination and tie-in begins after the entire length of the water main line for Phase 2 is installed.

Phase 2 has encountered delays attributed to various differing site conditions. The preparatory work prior to the chlorination and tie-in involves excavation, installation of pipe, concrete encasement of pipe, installation and welding thrust blocks, and backfilling at the point of connection. Final tie-in and asphalt paving is anticipated later this month.

 

Updated Carpenter — A road closure at Carpenter Street, Schofield Barracks, was extended until Sept. 18, weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-1:45 p.m. (Wednesdays 8:30 -11:45 a.m.)

Additional probing was required to find the existing water line; the connection point on Carpenter was located. Work includes asphalt paving, cutting, demolition and installation of concrete curb, and the installation of a new water main.

 

No Parking — The second phase of work on Schofield’s Trimble Road restricts access in the parking lot around Bldg. 1505 until Sept. 15.

 

Lauhala Road — A road closure along Lauhala Road, in the housing area, for earth and roadwork, continues through Sept. 28. Detours will be performed in phases.

 

Construction — A partial, modified traffic flow and road closure near Schofield’s Nehelani for utility installation continues. The area near the loading docks and the parking lot between Bldgs. 2060, 2070 and 2071 are restricted though Dec. 28.

The work will be performed in phases. Parking is limited during closure.

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