Traffic Report: January 22, 2016

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Traffic Report

Traffic Report

Today

WAAF Parking Lot Closures — Due to special events, a limited number of Wheeler’s parking stalls will be open and parking passes will be available on a priority basis, from tonight until Jan. 27.

Priority for these parking spaces will go to government employees of buildings 107, 108 and 223. (See map above.) To apply for a parking pass, call the Directorate of Emergency Services at 656-0524.

 

Big Guns — Artillery training that may be heard around the Schofield Barracks area continues until Jan. 29. Atmospheric conditions may magnify noise and vibrations.

Pfc. Anthony Mercado, 3-7th Field Artillery Regiment, tosses an expended shell casing after firing the howitzer during a grueling 10 days of decisive action training at the JRTC. The Broncos are slated to support Pacific Pathways this summer.

Pfc. Anthony Mercado, 3-7th Field Artillery Regiment, tosses an expended shell casing in this file photo.

 

25 / Monday

Road Closure — There will be a total road closure, weekdays, on Schofield’s McMahon Road, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., until Feb. 5, for excavation to expose the existing sewer line. During construction, the contractor will have signage and barriers to let traffic travel as smoothly as possible.

 

Exercise — The 25th Infantry Division will be conducting a large-scale exercise called Lightning Forge on various parts of Oahu, Jan. 25-Feb. 9. Watch this space for updated announcements regarding exercise-related training noise and convoys.

DILLINGHAM AIRFIELD — Light-medium tactical vehicles from 3rd General Support Aviation Battalion, 25th Avn. Regiment, 25th Combat Avn. Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, convoy to the training site, here, for a 3-25th AVN field training exercise, Aug. 6. (Photo by Sgt. Daniel Schroeder, 25th Combat Aviation Brigade Public Affairs, 25th Infantry Division)

DILLINGHAM AIRFIELD — Light-medium tactical vehicles convoy to a training site, Aug. 6. (Photo by Sgt. Daniel Schroeder, 25th Combat Aviation Brigade Public Affairs, 25th Infantry Division)

Modified Kubo Flow — There will be intermittent, 24-hour road closures at Shafter’s Kubo Street, near Bldg. T-123, from today through Feb. 19. Intermittent road closures will follow, weekdays, 7 a.m.-5:30 p.m., from Feb. 22-May 13.

Construction work will occupy Kubo Bldg. T-126 to the intersection of Kubo Street and Funston Road at Bldg. 12. Kubo Street and the adjacent parking lot will be restricted to contractor equipment for the duration of work in Area X.

Palm Circle Drive and Richardson Street will be accessible to the public by means of Hyland Lane.

 

26 / Tuesday

Airdrome Road — One lane road closures beginning today continue to June 30, weekdays, 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m., along Airdrome Road from the sewage treatment plant to the flight simulator for the installation of new water and sanitary sewer lines. The extension of this traffic control plan is due to unforeseen conditions with existing water lines.

 

February

 

15 / Monday

Williston Detour — There will be a road closure on Schofield’s Williston Avenue between Cadet Sheridan Road to Reilly Avenue. Parking lots on Williston will still be accessible. Traffic will be detoured around the construction area through Cadet Sheridan, Menoher Road and Reilly Avenue. Work should be performed weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., until April 4, with weekend work, only if necessary.

 

Ongoing

 

Where’s My Car? — Reminder, the Honolulu Vehicle Processing Center is no longer at Sand Island Access Road. It is now at Pier 1 on Forrest Street, just off Ala Moana Boulevard in the Kaka’ako area of Honolulu. Visit www.pcsmypov.com to track, deliver or collect your vehicle.

 

Sterling and Airdrome — There is an adjusted schedule for traffic flow crossing Wheeler’s Airdrome Road at the intersection of Sterling Road. Due to the recent weather conditions and unexpected construction issues, additional days have been added to this lane closure.

Airdrome will be converted from a two-way road to a one-lane contraflow around the construction area, weekdays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (weekend work, only if necessary.) Depending on the work, either Phase 1 or Phase 2 will be in effect until Feb. 29.

Although the work will switch between the two phases, only one phase will be in effect at a time.

 

Lauhala Closures — A road closure along Wheeler’s Lauhala Road in the housing area for earth and road work continues until April 30. The completion date of this traffic control plan was impacted by weather and is extended. The road detour is being performed in two phases; phase two is a detour of the south portion of Lauhala.

 

Trimble — Phase III out of III continues for a construction project that restricts access on Trimble Road until Feb. 15. Flaggers will coordinate traffic.

 

Lyman/Flagler — Roadwork continues at the Schofield intersection of Lyman and Flagler in order to widen Lyman Road, add a dedicated left turn lane, and add traffic and pedestrian signals. Construction is phased, so road widening will be performed first, providing an additional lane.

The majority of the project will allow traffic to flow in both directions of Lyman and Flagler. Turns will be limited at the intersection to provide two lanes of traffic.

Work takes place weekdays, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., until March 13.

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