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June 5, 2003

ROAD WORK WEEKLY REPORT

Scheduled roadwork for the week beginning June 8, 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.

 

HONOLULU

Rehabilitation of Streets - Dillingham Boulevard from King Street to Waiakamilo Street: Pavement Markings.

            (Estimated completion date, June 2003)

 

Reconstruction of Sidewalks, Ala Moana Area Alohi Way, Elm Street, Pensacola Street, Piikoi Street, Hoolai Street, Kamaile Street, Alder Street, Birch Street, Cedar Street, Liona Street, Sheridan Street, Keeaumoku Street, Rycroft Street, Lauula Way, Makaloa Street: Demolish and reconstruct existing concrete sidewalks.

            (Estimated completion date, August 2003)

 

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, June 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)

 

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, June 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)

 

MOANALUA

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

            (Estimated completion date, June 2003)

 

PEARL CITY

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

            (Estimated completion date, July 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, June 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

 

June 8, 2003 Sunday
5:00AM Starts
8:00AM Ends

HAWAIIAN HALF MARATHON sponsored by R.H. Productions.  The event is expected to have 1,200 runners. It will start on Ala Moana Park Dr., near Waikiki Yacht Club, go ewa to Ala Moana Blvd. ewa entrance, Kalakaua Ave., to MonsarratAve., to Paki Ave., to Diamond Hd. Rd., to 18th Ave., to Kilauea Ave., toWaialae Ave., to Kealaolu Ave., to Kahala Ave., to Diamond Hd. Rd., to KalakauaAve., to end at Honolulu Marathon Finish line. Contact: Ron Pate 808-554-6539  Email: ronpate@iav.com

 

June 8, 2003 Sunday
9:30AM Starts
1:00PM Ends

hoLY gHOST rELIGIOUS PROCESSION sponsored by Holy Ghost Pentecost Church. The event will have 100 marchers.  It will start at Holy Ghost Pentecost Church to Kaumualii St., to Puuhale Rd., to Eluwene St., to St. Anthony Church for mass, to Eluwene St., to Kalihi St., to Kaumualii St., and end at HG Pentecost church.  Contact: Don Verece 845-0101

 

 

June 8, 2003 Sunday
10:00AM Starts
1:00PM Ends

KALAELOA ROAD RACE sponsored by Cambiamento d'Andaturo.  The event is expected to have 75 bike racers at the former Barbers Pt. Naval Air Station. It will start on Midway Ave./Franklin Ave. (start/finish area), to Boxer Ave., to Roosevelt Ave., to Enterprise Ave., to Midway Ave. (loop course, depends on race), to end at start/finish area. Contact: John Kelley 525-8422

 

June 8, 2003 Sunday
5:00PM Starts
8:00PM Ends

Pan-Pacific MATSURI in Hawaii Parade sponsored by Kintetsu USA International Express. The event is expected to have 2,000 marchers, 25 vehicles, 21 floats, & 5 bands. It will start at Kalakaua Ave. at Saratoga Rd/Fort DeRussy, to Kalakaua Ave to end at Queen Kapiolani Park. Contact: Yasuyuki Ishizuka 923-0492 Fax: 924-2099  For more info, visit their website: www.pan-pacific-festival.com/

 

The above is based on the most current information available from the event organizers as of 6/5/03. TST Division, Department of Transportation Services Phone: 808-527-6009 Fax: 808-523-4446.

Thursday, June 05, 2003

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