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December 6, 2001


The departments of Facility Maintenance (FM) and Design & Construction (DC), and the Board of Water Supply (WS) have scheduled the following roadwork for the week of December 9, between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Estimated completion date is in parentheses.

Contacts: Facility Maintenance: 523-4472; Design & Construction: 523-4049; Water Supply: 527-6148 

Continuing Projects:

Haleiwa: Install water lines and equipment along Haleiwa Road, Kaika Place, Nalimu Road, Naoiwi Lane, Niuula Road and Walikanahele Road. (Completion by 6/02) WS 

Honolulu: Reconstruct King Street from Liliha Street to River Street and Bethel Street to South Street. The North King Street section includes the replacement of a 24-inch water main. (Completion by 7/02) DC

                 Reconstruct Nuuanu Avenue, Judd Street, Booth Road and Nuuanu Pali Drive.

Kahala: Renovation of Kealahou. (Completion by 8/02) DC

Kahuku: Sidewalk Improvements at Pualealea Street: Asphalt concrete sidewalk, drain improvements and pavement markings. (Completion by 1/02) DC  

Kaimuki: Install 12 and 8 BWS water mains on Alencastre Street between St. Louis Drive and Felix Street. Reconstruct roadway pavement and base, curbs, gutters, sidewalks and driveways. Adjust manhole frames and covers, street monument covers and utility boxes to finish grade. Install street striping and raise pavement markings. (Completion by 2/02) DC 

Kalihi: Install sewer lines along Bannister Street and Place and Laumaka Street. (Completion by 1/02) DC 

Kaneohe: A 42-inch water main with fire hydrants is being placed along Kahekili Highway from Ahuimanu Road to Haiku Road and from Kulukeoe Street to Likelike Highway, Likelike Highway from Kahekili Highway to Kamehameha Highway. (Completion by 6/8/02) WS 

Kapahulu: Reconstruction of, Monsarrat and Mooheau avenues and Diamond Head Road, DC 

Makiki: Mott Smith Drive and Punahou Street will be repaved. (Completion by 8/02) DC 

Manoa-McCully: Rehabilitation of sewer line along Kuahea Street between Waiomao Road and Kuahea Place. (Completion by 1/02)

     Reconstruct Manoa Road, Oahu Avenue, Dole and McCully streets.

Plant trees and install barriers on Kapiolani Boulevard between McCully Street and Kalakaua Avenue (Completion by 2/02) DC 

Mililani: Rehabilitation of Meheula Parkway (Kamehameha Highway to Lanikuhana): Reconstruction of curbs, gutters, and pavement, Kuahelani Avenue (Meheula Parkway to Kamehameha Highway). (Completion by 1/6/02) DC 

Moiliili: Install 8-inch water mains on (Completion by 7/02) WS

   Kaaha Street from Kapiolani Boulevard to Kaaloa Street;

   Kaaloa Street from Kaaha Street to Nakookoo Street;

   Nakookoo Street from Kahuna Lane to the end;

   Kahoaloha from Nakookoo Street to Kuulei Lane and Kahuna Lane. 

Sunset Beach: Install 12-inch to 16-inch water main along Kamehameha Highway from Paumalu Place to Kahae Road. (Completion by 12/02) WS 

Waialua: Install water lines and related equipment along Aikaula, Haona, Kanalu, Kuoha, Naluahi and Nauahi streets and Goodale Avenue. (Completion by 6/02) WS

                 Rehabilitate Kaukonahua Road and Waialua Beach Road. DC 

Waianae:  Reconstruction and resurfacing of Lualualei Homestead Road between Pokai Bay Street and Hale Ekahi Drive, Paakea Road, between Hakimo Road and Mailiili Road, and Makaha Valley Road. (Completion by 8/10/02) DC 

Waipahu: Rehabilitate Waipahu Street between Kunia Road and Mahoe Street. (Completion by 2/8/02) DC

      Reconstruction of Managers Drive to include irrigation and landscaping improvements. (Completion by 2/8/02) DC 

Parades, Walks, Races & Other Street Closures

Contact Transportation Services:( for the current information.

December 9, 2001 Sunday
5:00AM Starts
1:00PM Ends

HONOLULU MARATHON sponsored by Honolulu Marathon Association. They expect to have 30,000+ runners. It will start on Ala Moana Blvd., near Queen St., to Ala Moana Blvd., Ewa bound, to Nuuanu Ave., to King St., to Kapiolani Blvd., to Piikoi St., to Ala Moana Blvd., to Kalakaua Ave., to Monsarrat Ave., to Paki Ave., to Diamond Head. Rd., to 18th Ave., to Kilauea Ave., to Waialae Ave., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Hawaii Kai Dr., to Keahole St. to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Kealaolu Ave., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Head Rd., to Kalakaua Ave., end at Honolulu Marathon finish/Kapiolani Bandstand. Roadways closed: 1) H1 Freeway closed at Waialae Ave. off ramp to Aina Koa Ave., 2) Kalanianaole Hwy., makai half closed for runners, between Aina Koa Ave. & Kawaihae St., mauka half converted to contra flow, 3) Kalanianaole Hwy., all lanes closed, between Kawaihao St. to Keahole St., Contact: Jon Cross 734-7200 Fax: 732-7057 For more info, visit their website:

December 9, 2001 Sunday
4:00PM Starts
5:00PM Ends

PEARL CITY XMAS PARADE sponsored by Pearl City Shopping Center. The event is expected to have 1,000 marchers, 20 vehicles, & 5 floats.  It will start at Momilani Elementary School, to Hookiekie St., to Hoomoana St., to Hoolaulea St., to end at Pearl City Shopping Center.  Contact:  Iona Ventura  593-1553  Fax: 593-0569

December 13, 2001 Thursday
6:30PM Starts
8:00PM Ends

KAPAHULU MOILIILI XMAS PARADE sponsored by KAPAHULU MOILIILI Lions Club. The event is expected to have 50 marchers, 2 vehicles, & 3 bands.  It will start at Kuhio Elementary School, to King St., to Beretania St., to Isenberg St., to end at Old Stadium Park.  Contact:  Miles Ino  836-1990  Fax: 836-2423

December 14, 2001 Friday
5:30PM Starts
6:30PM Ends

PAUOA XMAS PARADE sponsored by Pauoa Community Association. The event is expected to have 100 marchers, 10 vehicles, & 2 bands.  It will start at Pauoa Elementary School, to Pauoa Rd., to Kanealii Ave., to Hiilawe St., to Pauoa Rd., to end at Pauoa Elementary School.  Contact:  Carol Imai  536-8648 

December 15, 2001 Saturday
10:00AM Starts
12 noon Ends

WAIMANALO XMAS PARADE sponsored by Waimanalo Construction Coalition. The event is expected to have 110 marchers, 18 vehicles, 6 floats & 5 bands.  It will start at Waimanalo District Park, to Kakaina St, to Maahilua St., to Kumuhau St., to Humuniki St., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Huli St., end at Waimanalo Beach Park. Contact:  Patty Teruya 527-5749  Fax: 527-5760

December 15, 2001 Saturday
6:00PM Starts
9:00PM Ends

JINGLE BELL FUN RUN/WALK sponsored by Hawaii Special Olympics/Honolulu Adverstiser. They expect to have 2800 runners.  It will start on King St at Alapai St., to Alapai St., to Beretania St., to Punchbowl St., to King St., to Alapai St., to Beretania St., to Bishop St., to finish at Aloha Tower Market Place. Contact Jim Honke  527-5040  Fax: 523-4642

December 15, 2001 Saturday
6:00PM Starts
8:00PM Ends

MANOA COMMUNITY XMAS PARADE sponsored by East Manoa Lions Club. The event is expected to have 200 marchers, 5 vehicles, 1 floats, & 2 bands.  It will start at Noelani School., to Woodlawn Dr, to Kolowalu St., to East Manoa Rd., to Lowrey Ave., to Manoa Rd., to Manoa Park finish.  Contact: Miyuki Matsuno 834-3603  Fax: 834-3517


December 15, 2001 Saturday
6:00PM Starts
8:00PM Ends

MAKAKILO KAPOLEI XMAS PARADE sponsored by MAKAKILO KAPOLEI Lions Club. The event is expected to have 18 vehicles, & 4 floats. It will start at Umena St./Kikaha St., to Umena St., to Kikaha St., to Makakilo Dr., to Panana St., to Makakilo Dr., to Nohohale St., to Palailai St., to Makakilo Dr., to Farrington Hwy., to Papaiaulu Ave., to Oaniani St., to Kolili St., to Kowelo St., to Farrington Hwy., to Kealanani St-right., to Kumuiki St., to Kamaaha St., to Kealanani St., to Kuloa St., to Kamaaha Ave., to Kekuilani Lp., to Kaiau Ave., to Kamaaha Ave., to Ft. Barrette Rd. and finish. Contact: Shad Kane 672-4765 Fax: 672-8006


December 29, 2001 Saturday
10:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

SPECIAL OLYMPICS HOLIDAY PARADE sponsored by PPF Hawaii/Hawaii Special Olympics. The event is expected to have 2,000 marchers, 25 vehicles, & 5 bands. It will start at Beachwalk/Kalakaua Ave., to Kalakaua Ave., to Monsarrat Ave., to end at Queen Kapiolani Park.  Contact: Moa Mahe  926-2244 Fax: 926-4448

 The above is based on the most current information available from the event organizers as of December 6 to the Department of Transportation Services.


Wednesday, February 27, 2002

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