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May 23, 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 26 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

Continuing Projects:

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

      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.

      Curb ramp construction and lane markings at Laulima Street/Moanalua Road. (Completion by 6/02) DC

        Construct new curb ramps, transitional sidewalks, curbs, gutters and pavement markings at Hoio Place/Hoio Street, Kaamilo Street/Ulune Street. (Completion by 11/02) DC 

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

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

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 12/02) WS
Honolulu: Reconstruct King Street from Liliha Street to River Street. The work will be done May 22 – June 7, 6:30 p.m. to 5 a.m. (Completion by 7/02) DC
            Install new water main on Dillingham Boulevard between Waiakamilo Road and Liliha Street. (Completion by 9/02) WS

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

            Construct curb ramps at various locations. 

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 

Kaneohe: 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  

Kapahulu: Rehabilitation of Mooheau Avenue. (Completion by 8/02) DC 

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 

Manoa-McCully: Rebuild 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 

Salt Lake: Curb ramps at various locations. (Completion 11/02) 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: 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, Pokai Bay Street, Bay View Street, Waianae Valley Road, Glenmonger Street, Alta Street, and Ala Poko 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

May 24, 2002 Friday to 
May 27, 2002 Monday

6:30AM Starts
5:30PM Ends

MEMORIAL DAY PARKING RESTRICTIONS sponsored by City and County of Honolulu.  Parking will be prohibited on: 1) AIPO LANE, 2) NUUANU AVENUE, Ewa side, Robinson Lane to Judd Street, 3) ROBINSON LANE, 4) 22nd AVENUE, Ewa side, 100 feet in both direction from the driveway of Diamond Head Memorial Park, 5) EAST MANOA ROAD, Koko Head side, from the makai apex of the triangle to the gates of the Old Chinese Cemetery,  6) CRAIGSIDE PLACE, mauka side, from Nuuanu Avenue to the driveway into Nuuanu Memorial Park. Contact: DTS-TST Div. 527-6009  

May 26, 2002 Sunday
8:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

HOLY GHOST FEASTS DOMINGAS Parade sponsored by Brotherhood of Punchbowl of Holy Ghost.  The event is expected to have 200 marchers.  It will start at Church grounds, 1774 Puowaina Dr., to Kamamalu Ave., to San Antonio Ave., to Lusitana St., to Pauoa Rd., to Blessed Sacrament church for mass, to Lusitania St., to San Antonio Ave., to Kamamalu Ave., to end at Church grounds, 1774 Puowaina St.  Contact Diane Leong 537-4189

May 26, 2002 Sunday
12 Noon Starts
5:00PM Ends

A CUISINE CELEBRATION FOR CHILDREN STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by the Victoria Foundation.  The event is expected to have 1,000+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 8:30 am for setup. The event will close Hopaka St., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Piikoi St.  to Pensacola St. Contact: Lisa Kim  545-4195  Fax: 536-8186

May 26, 2002 Sunday
5:00PM Starts
6:00PM Ends

FLORES DE MAYO rELIGIOUS PROCESSION sponsored by St. Anthony Church. The event will have 200 marchers & 2 vehicles. It will start at St. Anthony Church, to Puuhale Rd., to Kaumualii St., to Kalihi St., to Eluwene St., to Puuhale Rd., end at St. Anthony Church.  Contact: Evelyn Llamas 841-3527 

May 27, 2002 Monday
6:00PM Starts
8:00PM Ends

SHINNYO-EN LANTERN FLOATING CEREMONY sponsored by the Ichinyosha Hawaii Inc./C&C Honolulu.  The event is expected to have 7,000+ participants in Ala Moana Beach Park.  Various traffic controls in and around Ala Moana Park may be implemented as early as 6 am.  Avoid this area if possible, use alternate routes. Contact: Ed Tokunaga  955-5290

May 29, 2002 Wednesday to 
May 31, 2002 Friday

6:30AM Starts
5:30PM Ends

TROY BARBOZA LAW ENFORCEMENT TORCH RUN sponsored by Special Olympics Hawaii.  The event is expected to have 1,000 participants in relay teams, island wide. ROUTES: DAY ONE, Leg#1: Turtle Bay Hilton to Laie SC,  Turtle Bay Hilton, to Kuilima Dr., to Kam Hwy., past Kahuku, to end at Laie SC, Leg#2: Hygenic Store to Kaneohe Police Station, Hygenic Store, to Kam Hwy, to Kahekili Hwy., to Haiku Rd., to Kam Hwy., - to end at Kaneohe Police Station. Leg #3 Leeward Perimeter Run, Kuilima Dr., to Kam Hwy., to Kam Hwy., past Sunset Beach, to Kam Hwy., to Kam Hwy., east at Weed Circle, to Kam Hwy., to California Ave., to N. Cane St., to Kilani Ave., to Koa St., to end at Wahiawa Police Station.  DAY TWO, Leg#1:Windward Perimeter Run, MCBH to Kailua Police Station, Kaneohe Bay Drive to H3 Main Gate MCBH, to Mokapu Gate, to N. Kalaheo Ave., to Kainui Dr., to N. Kainalu Dr., to Kuulei Rd., to end at Kailua FHB  Leg#1A:Bellows Air Station to Kailua Police Station, Tinker Main Gate to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Flamingo St., to Kanapuu Dr., to Keolu Dr., to Punana Lp., to Keolu Dr., to Wanaao St., to Kailua Rd., to S. Kainalu Dr., to Kuulei St., to end at Kailua FHB  Leg#2: Kailua Rd to Ala Moana Blvd/Bishop St.  Kuulei Rd., to Kalanianaole Hwy., to Kapaa Quarry Rd., to Kam Hwy., to Pali Hwy., to Waokanaka St., to Jack Lane, to Nuuanu Ave., to Kuakini St. Leg#3 Nuuanu/Kuakini to Tamarind Park, Nuuanu Ave., to King St., to end at Tamarind Park Leg #4 Pearl City Perimeter Run, Pearl City Police Station to PH Halawa Gate, Halawa Gate to Arizona St.,  to Neches St.,  to North Rd.,  to South Rd.,  to Porter Gate, to Porter Ave.,  to Millis Blvd.,  to Atterbury Cir.,  to E Street,  to O’Malley Blvd.,  to Vandenburg  St., to Kuntz Ave.,  to Kuntz Gate, to Elliot St.,  to Nimitz Hwy., to Sand Island Access Rd.,  to Coast Guard Base,  to Sand Island Access Rd.,  to Nimitz Hwy.,  to Bethel St to Nuuanu Ave., to Kuakini St.,  to Nuuanu Ave.,  to King St.,  to Tamarind Park  DAY THREE, Final Leg: Maluhia Rd.,  to Kalia Rd.,  to Saratoga Rd.,  to Kalakaua Ave.,  to Kapahulu Ave.,  to Old Waialae Rd.,  to Kalei Rd.,  to Lower Campus Rd.,  to Rainbow Stadium and finish.  Contact: Robert Steiner 529-3426

June 1, 2002 Saturday
7:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

NORTH SHORE TRIATHLON sponsored by North Shore Swim Club.  The event is expected to have 300 racers. SWIM: will start at Mokuleia beach park out and back course ending on beach near transition area.  BIKE: Mokuleia transition area, to Farrington Hwy., west on Farrington Hwy., to Kahui Rd., to Kanoulu St., to Kane Pl., to Kanoena Pl.-to Kanoulu St., to Farrington Hwy., west on Farrington Hwy,  back to Mokuleia Beach Park transition area.  RUN: From Mokuleia Beach Park transition area,  right onto Farrington Hwy-west on Farrington Hwy-turnaround on Farrington Hwy-east on Farrington Hwy-finish at Mokuleia Beach Park.  Contact Chris Gardner 638-8173  E-mail:  website: 

The above is based on the most current information available from the event organizers as of May 23, 2002 to the Department of Transportation Services.


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