Traffic Report: Sept. 23, 2016

| September 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

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School Parking Lots Thefts — The State of Hawaii Department of Education reminds parents to always secure their vehicles in school parking lots to prevent thefts. Five vehicle break-ins using similar methods of entry have occurred at East Oahu public schools in September during after-school hours. In each case, vehicle windows were broken and small items inside were stolen, including purses, bags, cell phones and laptop computers. Parents can take actions to make their vehicle less attractive to property theft, including avoiding leaving valuables inside in open view, locking valuables in the trunk and installing anti-theft alarm systems. Bags, such as backpacks and shopping bags, may be seen as a carrier of valuables by thieves and should be hidden from view.

 

7th & Arty Hill — Intermittent lane closures for a trenching project for electrical utility work at the intersection of Shafter’s 7th Street and Artillery Hill Road that began Wednesday will continue, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., until Nov. 23. Residents will be given advance notice if their driveways will be blocked. Access to Island Palm Communities office will still be open

 

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Keiki Safety — This has been National Child Passenger Safety Week. Free public car seat check events will be held, today, on National Seat Check Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Waipio Shopping Center in Waipahu. Call 587-2161.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shafter and Flats Outage — Housing units onHerian Road, Hase Drive and Bldg. 1292, and a scheduled power outage affecting Fort Shafter Flats buildings 1535, 1575, 1585, and 1587, takes place 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

 

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Lyman Road — There will be partial road closures, weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-4:30, at Schofield’s Lyman Road between Humphreys and Hewitt in order to repave the road. Closures are on one lane but will allow two-way contra-traffic flow on the opposite lane. Alternate routes will be through Humphreys and Kolekole.


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3 / Monday

Maili Street — There will be partial lane closures on Schofield’s Maili St. between Lyman and Trimble, weekdays, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 in order to repave the road until Oct. 10. Alternate routes will be through Carpenter Street and Mellichamp Road with one-way access on the single open lane on Maili.

 

7 / Friday

H-2 and H20 — A previously scheduled two-lane closure on the northbound H-2 between Ka Uka and Kipapa Bridge was cancelled due to forecasted wet weather conditions. Continuous weekend lane closures on the H-2 are rescheduled from today until Oct. 9. Message boards will be placed in the area in advance of the weekend closure to alert drivers of the work. All roadwork is weather permitting. Visit http://hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/roadwork/.

 

15 / Saturday

 

Power Outage GraphicWAAF Power Outage — The Wiliwili Housing Area on Wheeler Army Airfield will be without power, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., for construction work.

 

 

 

 

 

Ongoing

 

Historic Road Closure — There will be a partial road closure at Fort Shafter’s “historic” Palm Circle Drive, near building T-112, for utility installation. The affected part of Palm Circle will be restricted to one lane access from today through Oct. 8.

During work hours, the contractor will have appropriate signs and barriers for closing each side of the roadway.

 

Wisser, Continued — Intermittent road closures have begun at Fort Shafter’s Wisser Road and Bonney Loop for the installation of a new water main line, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., until Sept. 30. This is a continuing project.

The parking lot and Bonney Loop adjacent to Bldg. 520 will be restricted to local traffic only. While the intersection of Bonney and Wisser is closed for construction, a flagger will be at the southern intersection of Bonney Loop and Pierce Street to facilitate access to Bldg. 520. A second flagger will be stationed farther up Bonney Loop to facilitate the movement of cars and pedestrians adjacent to Bldg. 520.

The parallel parking stalls along the southern perimeter of the parking lot will be restricted to allow for two-way traffic movement. When no work is being done at the intersection of Wisser and Bonney, it will be reopened, and the road closure will be reduced.

 

Park Place, Phase 3 — The third phase of parking lot closures for construction work at Fort Shafter’s Signal Road continues. The project should conclude by Sept. 12.

 

Repaving — Schofield Barracks’ Lyman Road (between Hewitt and Carpenter) will have partial road closures on one lane until Sept. 22, weekdays, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m., in order to repave the road. Partial closures will allow two-way traffic flow on the opposite lane. Alternate routes will be through Waianae Uka Avenue, Hewitt Street and Kolekole Avenue.

 

Back Door — Customers requiring services at the Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 750, Schofield Barracks, must enter from the back of the building through the lanai walkway due to construction and landscaping projects. Access will be constricted until the end of November. All human resources, finance, transportation and replacement detachment services remain available during normal duty hours.

 

 

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