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July 3, 2003

ROAD WORK WEEKLY REPORT

Scheduled roadwork for the week beginning July 6, 2003, 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 At Various Locations, - Pali Momi Street and Haukapila Road.  Construct new curb ramps.  Install pedestrian push buttons, pullboxes, striping, marking and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, January 2004)

 HONOLULU

Rehabilitation of streets - Nuuanu Avenue 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, August 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, January 2005)

 

Kalaheo Avenue Reconstructed Sewer, from Kainalu Drive to Dune Circle: Road Closure for work on sewerline will be Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 pm and Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m.  During non-work hours, one lane for northbound traffic along Kalaheo Avenue will be re-opened with the other lane closed as an on-site staging are for equipment.

                                    (Estimated completion date, March 2004)

 KAIMUKI

Curb ramps 13th Avenue and Mahina Avenue, 21st Avenue and Pahoa Avenue, Olokele Avenue and Winam Avenue:  install striping, markings and markers.

(Estimated completion date, July 2003)

LAIE

Kahawainui Stream Flood Control Project - Poohaili Street Improvements: Construction of roadway, including grading, installation of guardrails and steel posts, and asphaltic concrete paving.

            (Estimated completion date, August 2003)

 MAKIKI

Mott-Smith Drive, Pensacola Street and Makiki Street Sidewalk Improvements: Construct new sidewalks, curb ramps, driveways, curbs, gutters, walls, pavement restoration and traffic signal system.  Adjust and/or relocate utility box frame and covers and install traffic signs and pavement markings.

            (Estimated completion date, January 2004)

 MILILANI

Rehabilitation of Streets - Kuahelani Avenue and Meheula Avenue: Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks, driveways.  Install traffic signal system, streetlight system, traffic signs, striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2003)

 MOANALUA

Curb Ramps - Maalahi Street and Mahiole Street: Remedial A.C. pavement patch work.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2003)

 PEARL CITY

Rehabilitation of Streets - Hoolaulea Street from Waimano Home Road to Hookahi Street: Adjust utility covers.

            (Estimated completion date, August 2003)

 SALT LAKE

Curb ramps - Ala Ilima Street and Ala Nioi Place, Ala Napunani Street and Likini Street: install striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, July 2003)

 Salt Lake Boulevard Widening Phase 2A, Bougainville Drive to Maluna Street:

Upgrade roadway to include 2 additional lanes in each direction, with designated left and right turning lanes. Provide traffic controls, mass grading, temporary security fencing and electrical overhead lines, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, curb ramps and property adjustments, including demolishing and reconstructing new structures and constructing new walls. Install detention basins, drainage, water, sewer, traffic signal, streetlights, underground electrical system, oil lines, gas lines, pavement striping, markings and markers, and traffic signs, irrigation and landscaping.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2004)

WAIALUA

Waialua Beach Road Sidewalk Improvements, Phase I Install new sidewalks, curb ramps, walls, drain system, curbs, gutters, pavement restoration, irrigation system, landscaping and traffic signs.

            (Estimated completion date, August 2003)

 

PARADES, WALKS, RACES & OTHER STREET CLOSURES

 

July 11-13, 2003 Friday 6:30 pm to Sunday 7 pm

HOOP JAM BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT sponsored by Hoop Jam Hawaii. The event expected to have 1,500 participants.  Traffic will be diverted at 5:30 pm, Friday, for setup. The event will close: 1) Halekauwila St, all lanes from South St. to Cooke St., 2) Pohukaina St., all lanes from South St. to Cooke St., 3) Keawe St., all lanes from Pohukaina St. to Halekauwila St., 4) Cooke St., all lanes from Halekauwila St. to Pohukaina St. Contact: Mark Matsumoto 235-2020  Email: m2m@hawaii.rr.com 

 

July 13, 2003 Sunday
5:30AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

Tinman Triathlon sponsored by Tinman Unlimited. The event is expected to have 1,000 participants. Swim will be at: Ala Moana Beach Park. Bike will start: Ala Moana Park Magic Isle parking lot, to Ala Moana Blvd.(one lane coned, makai),  to Kalakaua Ave.(one lane coned, makai),  to Diamond Head Rd., to Kahala Ave.,  to Kealaolu Ave., to Kalanianaole Hwy.(one lane coned, makai),  to Lunalilo Home Rd., to Wailua St., to Hawaii Kai Dr.,  to Kalanianaole Hwy. (one lane coned, mauka), to  Kilauea Ave., to Elepaio St., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Head Rd., to Kalakaua Ave.,  to transition area in Queen Kapiolani Park, near bandstand. Run will start at  Kapiolani Park transition area, to  Kalakaua Ave.,  to Kapahulu Ave., to Paki Ave., to Monsarrat Ave., to 18th Ave.,  to Kilauea Ave., to Elepaio St., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Head Rd.,  to Kalakaua Ave.,  to end at Honolulu marathon finish line. Contact: Olga Caldwell 737-3446 Fax: 732-7311.  For more info, visit their website: click here

 

July 13, 2003 Sunday
8:00PM Starts
9:00PM Ends

OBON LANTERN PARADE sponsored by Jodo Mission of Hawaii. The event will have 15-20 vehicles escorted by HPD. It will start at Jodo Mission, 1429 Makiki St., to Makiki St., to Beretania St., to Beretania St., to Ward Ave., to Ala Moana Blvd., to Nimitz Hwy., to end at Pier 31, Honolulu. Contact: Clifford Miyamoto 949-3995 

 

July 17, 2003 Thursday
5:30PM Starts
9:00PM Ends

PIGSKIN PIGOUT BLOCK PARTY sponsored by Murphy's Bar & Grill. The event is expected to have 1,000+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 3:30 pm for setup. The event will close MERCHANT ST., all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Nuuanu Ave. to Bethel St. Contact Don Murphy 531-0422

 

July 20, 2003 Sunday
9:00AM Starts
1:30PM Ends

BRUNCH ON THE BEACH STREET FESTIVAL sponsored by the Waikiki Improvement Assn./C&C Honolulu.  The event is expected to have 5,000+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted starting 3:30 am for setup. The event will close Kalakaua Avenue, all traffic lanes/sidewalk areas, from Kaiulani Avenue to Liliuokalani Avenue. Contact: DTS-TST Div. 527-6009

 

July 26, 2003 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
11:00AM Ends

KOREAN WAR VETERANS WELCOME HOME Parade sponsored by U.S. Pacific Command-DOD. The event will have 500 marchers, 30 vehicles, 15 floats, & 5 bands.  It will start at Ft. DeRussy, to Kalakaua Ave., to end at Queen Kapiolani Park. Contact: Dennis Fujii 477-6282 Fax:477-6247

 

July 26, 2003 Saturday
3:00PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

AMERICAN BREWS, BLUES & BBQ STREET FEST sponsored by Nuuanu Merchants Assn./Hawaii Public Radio. The event is expected to have 1,000 participants.  Traffic will be diverted at 2:00 pm for setup. The event will close Nuuanu Avenue, all lanes/sidewalk areas from Pauahi St to King St.  Hotel St. will remain open for City bus. Contact: Phyllis Horner Nishimoto 521-2900 Fax: 537-4164  Email: indigophyllis@aol.com  

 


The above is based on the most current information available from the event organizers as of date on bottom. .   TST Division, Department of Transportation Services  Phone: 808-527-6009  Fax: 808-523-4446  Email:  ikodani@co.honolulu.hi.us

 

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