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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CITY TO BEGIN ROAD RESURFACING ON KING STREET
Motorists are advised that the City will begin nighttime resurfacing of King Street, from South Street to McCully Street, between 7:00 p.m. in the evening through 5:00 a.m. the next day on or around March 29, and will continue for approximately six weeks, weather permitting. The contractor will remove the existing pavement (cold plane) and resurface the street with two to two-and-a-half inches of “Super Pave” asphaltic material.
The project is a continuation of the City’s emergency road work effort that has already resurfaced major portions of Beretania Street , Kapiolani Boulevard, Young Street, Piikoi Street, Monsarrat Avenue and Kalakaua Avenue, and which will target other heavily traveled roadways in Honolulu’s urban core.
The work on King Street will require closure of three lanes of traffic in the construction area. Off-duty police officers will assist motorists around the construction zones. Permanent pavement striping, manhole adjustments and loop detector work will follow.
|Friday, March 12, 2004|