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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
November 8, 2002

ROAD WORK WEEKLY REPORT

Scheduled roadwork for the week beginning November 10, 2002, for the Department of Design & Construction. Roadwork is normally done between the hours of 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM unless otherwise noted.

AIEA
Curb ramps —Ulune Street and Wiliko Street:  installing, striping, markings and markers.

(Estimated completion date, November 2002)

 HONOLULU
Curb ramps – Pensacola Street/Wilder Avenue, Piikoi Street/Pensacola Street:  construct new curb ramps, transitional sidewalks, curbs and gutters and pavement transitions.

 Curb ramps – Halemaumau Street/Niu Valley School, Halekamani Street/Halemaumau Street, Mapunapuna Street/Mokumoa Stret, Nehoa Street/Poki Street, Anapuni Street/Nehoa Street:  construct new curb ramps, transitional sidewalks, curbs and gutters and pavement marking.

 Emergency sewer repair work on Kukui Street at College Walk.

(Estimated completion date, November 2002)

Rehabilitation of sewer lines near HECO Honolulu Power plant, Aloha tower Drive (makai side of HECO Power plant).

 Rehabilitation of streets - Mooheau Avenue, Monsarrat Avenue, Nuuanu Avenue, Dole Street and McCully Street: reconstruct road pavement, sidewalks, curbs, gutters and driveways.  Construct curb ramps, bus pads and drainage system.  Relocate and/or adjust existing electrical facilities for HECO, Verizon, traffic signal, street light and appurtenances.  Resurface, adjust manhole frame and cover to new grade and restripe.  Install traffic signs.
                                     (Estimated completion date, April 2003)

KAILUA
Kainehe, Hamakua, & Keolu Reconstructed Sewer:
CIP work on Kainehe Street and Keolu Drive; Shaft Construction and Microtunneling on Hamakua Drive.
                                     (Estimated completion date, December 2003)

 KALIHI
Curb ramps - Pahounui Drive/Mohonua Place, Pahounui Drive/Sand Island Access Road, Homerule Street/Puuhale Road, Libby Street/Republican Street:
construct new curb ramps, transitional sidewalks, curbs and gutters, and pavement markings.
                                    (Estimated completion date, November 2002)

 Curb ramps - Houghtailing Street/North King Street/Waiakamilo Road, Houghtailing Street and Olomea Street, Bernice Street and Houghtailing Street, Mookaula Street and Waiakamilo Road, Houghtailing and Monte Cooke Place, Houghtailing and Peter Buck, Houghtailing Street and Kohou Street, Koapaka Street/Lagoon Drive/Waiwai Loop:

Replace traffic signal system.  Construct new curb ramps, transitional sidewalks, curbs, gutters and pavement transition.  Install traffic signs, striping, markings and markers.  Localized  pavement, curb ramp, striping and marker repairs at various areas.
                                    (Estimated completion date, December 2002)

 Curb ramps - Halina Street and Naai Street, Kaua Street and Middle Street, Haumana Place / Middle Street / Notley Street, Ahonui Street and North School Street, Dement Street and North School Street, Bernice Street and Kapalama Avenue, Gregory Street and Kapalama Avenue, Kapalama Place and Palapala Place, Kapalama Avenue and North School Street, Kaikuahine Street and Kapalama Avenue, Houghtailing Street and North School Street, Aupuni Street and North School Street, North School Street and Nad Pohaku Street, Kokea Street and North School Street, Kamenani Street and North King

Street, Long Lane and North King Street, Morris Lane and North King Street, Hoapili Lane and North King Street, Kokea Street and North King Street, Hikina Lane and North King Street, Kanoa Street and Palama Street, Lopez Lane and Palama Street, Kanoa Street and Pua Lane, Emmeluth Lane and Iao Lane, Alneo Street (Mid-block) between Kuakini Street and North School Street, North School Street (Mid-block) between Momolio Street and Liliha Street, Holokahana Lane and Liliha Street, Liliha Street and Liliha Street, Halapia Street and Liliha Street, Kaliawa Street and Sand Island Access Road, Auiki Street and Puuhale Road, Iwilei Road and Kuwili Street, Iwilei Road and Pacific Street, Puuhale Place and Puuhale Road, Kahai Street and Kalihi Street, Democrat Street and Libby Street, Hart Street and Waiakamilo Road, Kalani Street and McNeill Street, Colburn Street and Waiakamilo Road, Kaumualii Street and McNeill Street, Kaiwiula Street and McNeill Street, Alokele Street and Kaiwiula Street, Moonui Street and Moowaa Street, Kaumualii Street and Moowaa Street, Kaumualii Street and Kohou Street:

Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks, and driveways.  Replace traffic signal and streetlight system, traffic signs, striping, markings and markers.
                                 (Estimated completion date, December 2002)

KANEOHE
Rehabilitation of streets, Unit 21 – Heeia Street, Hilinama Street, Humu Street & Place, Kapea Street & Place, Nana Place, Nahiku Street & Place, Punalei Place, Nakoa Place, Keoe Way & Place, Yacht Club Street & Place, Grote Road & Place, Haleloke Place, Haunani Place, Seabury Place, Halliday Place, 45-227 Kahanahou Circle, Wailele Road, Kailiwai Place, William Henry Road, Makena Place and Street, Kuneki Street, Holouka Place, Maeha Place, Kauhaa Place, Kumoo Loop & Place, Pilina Way & Place, Kuahulu Way & Place, Kulukeoe Place & Street; Kapoo Street, Pua Alowalo Street, Lanipola Place, Pua Inia Street, Pikoiloa Place, Wainana Street, Onekai Street, Wena Street, Halekou Road, Meakaua Street, Namoku Place, Pailaka Place, Mikihilina Street, Keana Road, Malulani Street, Pailaka Place, Mikihilina Street and Keana Road, Aumoana Way & Place, Kaimalino Street & Place, Launa Aloha Place, Ilikai Street, Milokai Street & Place, Nunu Street, Old Mokapu Road, Omao Street, Palapu Street, Ohana Street, Makua Street, 327 Hualani Street, Kawainui Street:

Reconstruction and resurfacing of roadways, adjust utility manholes and pavement markings. 

(Estimated completion date, January 2003)

 MAKIKI
Curb ramps – Piikoi Street and Wilder Avenue, Liholiho Street and Wilder Avenue, Poki Street and Wilder Avenue, Enos Lane and Makiki Street:
striping, markings and markers.              
                                    (Estimated completion date, December 2002)

MANOA
Curb ramps  – East Manoa Road and Koaniani Way:
install striping, markings and markers.          
                                    (Estimated completion date, November 2002)

MOANALU
Curb ramps – Mahiole Street (Mid-block) between Onipa’a Street and Pineapple Place, Maalahi Street and Mahiole Street:
installing striping, markings and markers.

(Estimated completion date, November 2002)

 PEARL CITY
Curb ramps – Hookiekie/Waimano Home Road, Hookiekie/Hoomoana/Waimano Home Road:
construct new curb ramps, transitional sidewalks, curbs and gutters, and pavement transition.

(Estimated completion date, November 2002)

 WAIALUA
Curb ramps – Kupahu Street/Nauahi Street:
construct new curb ramps, transitional sidewalks, curbs and gutters, and pavement markings.
                                  (Estimated completion date, November 2002)

WAHIAWA
Rehabilitation of streets - Kaliko Drive, Dole Road, Rose Street, Loko Drive, Loki Place, Kilau Place, Plum Street, Neal Avenue, Lemi Street, Olive Avenue, Mala Street, Ilima Street: reconstruct and resurface roadways, adjust manholes, monuments and gratings to new road grade and restore pavement striping.

 WAIPAHU
Curb ramps – Puamano Place and Waipahu Street: I
nstalling striping, markings and markers.

(Estimated completion date, November 2002)

Curb ramps – Leokane/Leonui, Leoleo/Leonui, Leonui/Leoole, Leonui/Leowaena:

Construct new curb ramps, transitional sidewalks, curbs and gutters, and pavements markings.

(Estimated completion date, November 2002)

 

 PARADES, WALKS, RACES & OTHER STREET CLOSURES

 

November 3, 2002 Sunday
7:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends

FRIENDS OF KAILUA HS FUN RUN/WALK sponsored by Friends of Kailua H.S. The event is expected to have 300 runners. It will start at Kailua High School, to Akiohala St., to Keolu Dr., to Akake Pl., return via same route to finish at Kailua High. Contact: Ed Kemper 524-0330  Fax: 523-1406

November 3, 2002 Sunday
9:00AM Starts
4:00PM Ends

CELEBRATE CULTURE & ARTS STREET FEST sponsored by State of Hawaii Foundation for Culture & Arts. The event is expected to have 2,000 participants.  It will close: 1) Richards St., all lanes/sidewalk areas, from Beretania St. to King St. 2) Hotel St., all lanes/sidewalk areas, from Alakea St. to Richards St. Streets will be closed from 7 am for setup.  Contact: Cathy Wood  586-0740

November 9, 2002 Saturday
8:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

PFLUEGER HONDA MOUNTAINMAN TRIATHLON sponsored by Boca Hawaii. The event is expected to have 300 athletes. Swim will be offshore of Kualoa Ranch beach. Bike race will be on Kualoa Ranch. Run will start at transition area and will cross Kamehameha Highway approx. 10 am., rest of the run will be on Kualoa Ranch Property.  Contact: Raul Torres De Sa 737-8985

November 9, 2002 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

SPECIAL OLYMPICS FUN RUN/WALK sponsored by Honolulu Police Department. The event is expected to have 1,000 runners/walkers.  It will start at Kalakaua Ave./Royal Hawaiian Ave., to Kalakaua Ave., onto Diamond Hd. Rd., to Coconut Ave.,. to Kalakaua Ave., to Kalakaua Ave./Royal Hawaiian Ave Finish.  Contact: Lt. Wes Wong 529-3361

November 9, 2002 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

TASTE OF WAIPAHU PARADE sponsored by Waipahu Community Association/Hawaii's Plantation Village/Filcom Center. The event is expected to have 250 marchers, & 10 vehicles.  It will start at Waipahu Town Center, to Leoole St., to Waipahu St., to Paiwa St., to end at Waipahu District Park. Contact: Raymond Liongson 455-0224

November 9, 2002 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

WAIANAE VETERAN'S DAY PARADE sponsored by Waianae Military Civilian Advisory Council. The event is expected to have 450 marchers, & 10 vehicles & 2 floats.  It will start at Ulewaha Beach Park, to Farrington Hwy., makai half, to end at Nanakuli Beach Park. Contact: Charles Wothke 696-7769 Fax: 696-7768

The above is based on the most current information available from the event organizers as of November 1, 2002, Department of Transportation Services.

 

Tuesday, November 12, 2002

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