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May 3, 2002


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 May 5 between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Estimated completion date is in parentheses.

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

New Projects:

Honolulu: Rehabilitate Booth Road. DC 

Kaimuki: Roadway reconstruction for the first phase of the Kaimuki Master Plan Projects starts on Waialae Avenue between Sierra Drive and Koko Head Avenue. During this period, one of the lanes on Waialae Avenue between Sierra Drive and Koko Head Avenue will be closed. Between 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., a second adjacent lane will also be closed. Coning for the construction will sometimes extend to 10th Avenue and to 13th Avenue.

During morning and afternoon peak hours, contra-flow will be provided as needed to facilitate traffic flow. However, the traffic engineers strongly recommend that motorists use alternate routes whenever possible. For more information, please call 734-8690. (Completion 6/7/02) DC 

Pearl City: Curb ramp construction at Pono and Ponohale streets, Kaonohi Street at PearlRidge and Moanalua Loop, Moanalua Road at Ualo Street, Koauka Loop and Koauka Street, and Pali Momi Street at PearlRidge. 

Continuing Projects:

Aiea: Rehabilitate Aiea Heights Drive. (Completion by 8/02) DC 

Ewa Beach: Construct curb Ramps at Kilaha Street and North Road. DC

            Replace Laulaunui Street sidewalks, curbs & gutters. (Completion by 8/02) DC 

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 

Hawaii Kai: Construct an eight-inch main along Hawaii Kai Drive, from Pohoiki Place to Pepeekeo Street, and four-inch mains along various side streets in between. In addition, construct a 12-inch main along Kawaihae Street from Kalanianaole Highway to May Way, and eight-inch mains along May Way from Maunalua Avenue to Makaniolu Place, and along the entire length of Makaniolu Place. (Completion by 12/ 2002) WS 
Honolulu: Reconstruct King Street from Liliha Street to River Street and Bethel Street to Richards Street. The work will be done March 7 10 day and night. (Completion by 7/02) DC

            Install new water main on Dillingham Boulevard between Waiakamilo Road and Liliha Street. (Completion by 9/02) WS

                                  Construct sewer line on Lusitania Street from Pauoa Road to Auwaiolimu Street. The street will be closed 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., weekdays.

(Completion by 5/15/02) DC

            Reconstruct Alewa Drive and Alencastre Street. (Completion by 9/02) DC 

Kaneohe: Construct a 42-inch water mains 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

             Construct 42-inch water mains along Kahekili Highway from Ahuimanu Road to Haiku Road and from Kulukeoe Street to Likelike Highway, Likelike Highway between Kahekili and Kamehameha Highways. (Completion by 6/8/02) WS  

Maili: Rehabilitate Ehu and Meaulu roads and Alapaki, Kakalena and Milikami streets. (Completion by 8/02)DC 

Makaha: Rehabilitate Kapakai Place, Kaulawaha Road, Kaualii Road and Alawa Place. (Completion by 8/02) DC 

Makakilo: Construct curb ramps at Makakilo Drive and Kinohe Place. DC 

Manoa-McCully: Reconstruct Manoa Road, Oahu Avenue, Dole and McCully streets. DC

McCully: Curb ramp construction at Date and Kamoku streets and Date and Laau streets.DC 

Moiliili: Install eight-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 on Kahuna Lane. 

Nanakuli: Rehabilitate: Hakimo Road (Completion by 8/02) DC 

Pearl City: Reconstruct Waimano Home Road from Komo Mai Drive to end. (Completion by 8/02) DC 

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

Wahiawa: Rehabilitation of Nonohe Street between California Avenue and Puninoni Street, Puninoni Street and Royal Palm Drive. (Completion by 8/02) DC 

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

      Reconstruct Kaukonahua Road between Kamehameha Highway and Wailaua Beach Road between Kuoha and Au streets. (Completion by 9/02) DC 

Waianae: Rehabilitate Kawili Street, Alamihi Street and Pokai Bay Street. (Completion by 8/02) DC 

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

Parades, Walks, Races & Other Street Closures 

10:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

DAMIEN DAY Parade sponsored by Congregation of the Sacred Hearts. The event will have 1,000 marchers, 2 vehicles, &  2 bands.  It will start at Thomas Square Park, to Beretania St.,  to end at State Capitol.  Contact: Brother Richard Kupo 247-3647  Fax: 847-6376 

May 11, 2002 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
10:00AM Ends

FLORES DE MAYO RELIGIOUS PROCESSION sponsored by St. Elizabeth Filipino Catholic Club. The event will have 100 marchers.  It will start at St. Elizabeth Church, to Moanalua Rd.,  to Puakala St., to Kulina St., to Puakala St., to Moanalua Rd., to end at St. Elizabeth Church. Contact: Josephine Pablo 487-2414  Fax: 487-2168 

May 18, 2002 

9:00AM Starts
10:30AM Ends

WALK FOR JESUS Parade sponsored by Hale Kuku Church/Lualualei Lions Club. The event will have 300 marchers & 10 vehicles..  It will start at Ulehawa Beach Park, to Farrington Hwy.,  to end at Nanakuli Beach Park.  Contact: Brother Rev. Pearl Chai 668-4699  Fax: 668-1453 

May 18, 2002 Saturday
6:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends

VISITOR INDUSTRY CHARITY walk sponsored by Hawaii Hotel Industry Assn. The event will have 9,000 runners/walkers.  It will start at Ala Moana Park's McCoy Pavilion Key Hole area, clockwise around Ala Moana Park, to Ala Moana, mauka sidewalk area, to Ala Wai  Promenade area, to Kalakaua  Ave., makai sidewalk area and curb lane, to Queen Kapiolani Park, counter-clockwise around the park,  to cross Monsarrat Ave., to Paki Ave., makai sidewalk area, to cross Kapahulu Ave., to Ala Wai Blvd., mauka sidewalk and curb lane, to Seaside Ave., to Kalakaua Ave., to Ala Moana, to end at Ala Moana Park.  Contact: Tina Yamaki  923-0407  For more info, visit their website: 

May 18, 2002 

10:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

BUDDHA'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION PARADE sponsored by Chinatown Merchants Assn. The event will have 1,000 marchers.  It will start at King St, Aala Park near Hotel, to King St., to mauka on Maunakea St, to Beretania St, to disband on River St Mall fronting Dr. Sun Yat Sen Statue.  Contact: Sunny Wong 595-6417 

The above is based on the most current information available from the event organizers as of May 3, 2002 to the Department of Transportation Services.


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