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ROAD WORK WEEKLY REPORT

 

Scheduled roadwork for the week beginning September 10, 2006, for the Department of Design construction, Civil Division (Construction Management Branch), and Wastewater Division (Construction Management Branch).  Roadwork is normally done between the hours of 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM unless otherwise noted.

 

ALEWA

Curb Ramps at Gulick Avenue/North School Street, Hala Drive/Makuahine Street, Hauiki Street/North School Street, Kino Street/North School Street, Linapuni Street/North School Street, Makuahine Street/North School Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pedestrian push buttons, pull boxes, vehicle detector loops, striping, marking and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

EWA

Fort Weaver Road Manhole and Pipe Rehabilitation:  Rehabilitate the existing sewer line with CIPP along Fort Weaver Road from Renton Road to Geiger Road.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

HALEIWA

Bridge Rehabilitation at Anahulu Stream:  Remove deteriorated concrete and reinforcement, reconstruct and repair areas, modify existing railings and paint structure.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

HAWAII KAI

Curb Ramps at West Hind Drive & Nenue Street, Ulua Street & Mamaki Street, Ulua Street & Mahimahi Street, Awini Street & Kawaihine Street, Pepeekeo Street & Pepeekeo Place, Ainapo Street & Pepeekeo Place, Pepeekeo Street & Driveway, Hahaione Street & Hawaii Kai Drive, Ehu Wai Place, Hawaii Kai Drive & Kaluanui Road, Hawaii Kai Drive & Wailua Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

HONOLULU

Curb Ramps at Alakea Street/Merchant Street, Alakea Street/Queen Street, Bethel Street/Merchant Street, Bishop Street/Merchant Street, Halekauwila Street/Mililani Street, Maunakea Street/North Kukui Street, Merchant Street/Richards Street, Mililani Street/Queen Street, North Kukui Street/Nuuanu Street, North Kukui/River Street, Pauahi Street/Nuuanu Avenue, Queen Street/Richards Street, Queen Emma Street/Vineyard Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks, AC transitions.  Install pedestrian push buttons, pull boxes, vehicle detector loops, striping, marking and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

Curb Ramps at Bishop Street between South Hotel Street and South King Street, Kekaulike Street/North Hotel Street, North Hotel Street/River Street, South King Street/Ward Avenue, Cooke Street/South King Street, Auahi Street/Kamakee Street, Middle Street/Rose Street, Kahauiki Street/Middle Street, Kamehameha IV Road/School Street, Hihio Place/Kamehameha IV Road, Kamehameha IV Road/Kilolani Place, Kamehameha IV Road/Kilohi Street, Kamehameha IV Road/Aoao Street, Kamehameha IV Road/Kalena Drive, Kamehameha IV Road (mid-block), Horner Lane/Kaua Street, Kamehameha IV Road/Kino Street, Campbell Avenue/Herbert Street, Campbell Avenue/Castle Street, Campbell Avenue/Brokaw Street, Campbell Avenue/Catherine Street, Campbell Avenue/Kaunaoa Street, Kanaina Avenue/Kaunaoa Street, Campbell Avenue/Esther Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and AC transition.  Install pedestrian push buttons, pull boxes, vehicle detector loops, striping, marking and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, December 2006)

 

Fort St. Mall & Hotel Street Sewer Replacement/Rehabilitation:  Sewer line replacement and CIPP work along Hotel Street between Bethel Street and Bishop Street.

            (Estimated completion date, December 2006

 

Rehabilitation of Harding Avenue from 1st Avenue to Luawai Street, 6th Avenue from Harding Avenue to Palolo Avenue, Leahi Avenue from Kapahulu Avenue to Noela Street, 5th Avenue from Harding Avenue to Dead End:  Completing installation of traffic sensors and catch basin repair.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

King Street Improvements, Phase 3 - North King Street between Liliha Street and Desha Lane and Austin Lane and Morris Lane:  Construction of concrete driveways, sidewalks, curb ramps, planting of trees; construction of street lighting system.  Pending revised scope of work.  Trees to be deleted.

            (Estimated completion date, November 2006)

 

Punchbowl Street Improvements, Phase I – Reconstruct curb ramps, update traffic signal system and restripe pavement markings at King Street and Beretania Street intersection.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

Rehabilitation of Various Streets, Unit 37 –South King Street between McCully Street and Old Waialae Road, East/West Hind Drive, Luinakoa Street, Kirkwood Place, Kupaua Place.  Reconstruction, cold milling and resurfacing of asphalt roadway; construction of concrete bus pads; reconstruction of curbs and gutters; adjustment of utilities to grade; installation of pavement markings and vehicle loop detectors.

            (Estimated completion date, May 2007)

 

KAHALA

Curb Ramps at Hunakai Street between Pueo Street and Waialae Avenue:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

KAILUA

Curb Ramps at Kaneohe Bay Drive and Molo Street, Kailua Road and Oneawa Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

Kalaheo Avenue Reconstructed Sewer, from Kainui Drive to Kuulei Road: 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 6:00 p.m.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

Reconstruction of Concrete Sidewalks, Kailua Area – Kuulei Road, Uluniu Street, Kainehe Street, Kailua Road, Hahani Street, Hoolai Street, Aulike Street: Removal and reconstruction of damaged concrete sidewalk, curb and gutter areas, trimming of trees and cutting and removal of tree roots where the roots have damaged the areas, installing root barriers were required, and adjustment of utility boxes to new sidewalk grades, and other incidental related work.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

Reconstruction of Concrete Sidewalks, Keolu Drive: The work involves the reconstruction of existing sidewalks, curbs and gutters and trimming of trees.

            (Estimated completion date, January 2007)

 

KAIMUKI

Curb Ramps at 16th Avenue and Waialae Avenue:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers and upgrade traffic signal system.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

Pooleka Street Drainage Improvements – Pooleka Street to Waiomao Stream: Construct new drainage system.  Upgrade the existing water system and restore existing driveway.

            (Estimated completion date, February 2007)

 

KAKAAKO

Curb Ramps at South Street and Kawaiahao Street, Ward Street and HECO driveway:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

KALIHI

Curb Ramps at Kalihi Street/Lehua Street, Kalihi Street/Kuikele Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transitions.  Install pedestrian push buttons and striping.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

KANEOHE

Reconstruction of Concrete Sidewalks, Kaneohe Area: Alaloa Street, Haiku Road, Kahuhipa Street, Kamehameha Highway, Kawa Street, Mehana Street:  Removal and reconstruction of damaged concrete sidewalk, curb, and gutter areas; trimming of trees and cutting and removal of tree roots where the roots have damaged the area; installing root barriers where required; and adjustment of utility boxes to new sidewalk grades.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

Curb Ramps at Hui Aeko Street and Hui Aeko Place, Hui Iwa Street between Kahekili Street and Hui Iwa Place, Hui Akikiki Place and Hui Iwa Street, Alaloa Street and Haiku Road, Kahuhipa Street and Alaloa Street, Kam Hwy., Lilipuna Street and Kahuhipa Street, Kam Hwy., Keaahala Street and William Henry Road, Kam Hwy., Paleka Road and Waikalua Road:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers and upgrade traffic signal system.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

KAPAHULU

Curb Ramps at Date Street & Hausten Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

MAKIKI

Curb Ramps at Anianiku Street and Auwaiolimu Street, Lewalani Drive, Mott-Smith Drive & Piikoi Street, Wilder Avenue and Kewalo Street, Wilder Avenue and Keeaumoku Street, Wilder Avenue and Makiki Street, Punahou Street and Wilder Avenue, Punahou Street and Clark Street, Punahou Street, Manoa Road and Nehoa Street, Wilder Street and Alexander Street, Wilder Street, Farrington Street and Metcalf Street:  Construct new curb ramps, sidewalks and A.C. transition.  Install pavement striping, markings and markers and upgrade traffic signal system.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

MILILANI

Rehabilitation of Streets - Lanikuhana Avenue, Meheula Parkway (East Int.) to Ahiku Street.  Roadway reconstruction, cold planning and resurfacing; construction of asphalt concrete and concrete bus pad; reconstruction of existing concrete curbs and/or gutters, tree trimming and rootpruning; adjustment of utility manholes frames and covers; pavement markings and vehicle detector loops.            (Estimated completion date, January 2007)

 

Rehabilitation of Streets – Meheula Parkway (Ainamakua Drive to Kaapehe Street), Ainamakua Drive (Makaikai Street to Ainamakua Drive) (2nd Int.), Makaikai Street (Ainamakua Drive to Ukuwai Street), Ukuwai Street (Makaikani Street to Ainamakua Drive), Kipapa Drive (Ikaloa Street (Honolulu end) to Kipapa Drive (near Kauamea Place),Kipapa Drive (Kaalolo Place to Lelewalo Street):  Roadway reconstruction, cold planning and resurfacing; construction of asphalt concrete and concrete bus pad; reconstruction of existing concrete curbs and/or gutters, tree trimming and rootpruning; adjustment of utility manholes frames and covers; pavement markings and vehicle dector loops.

            (Estimated completion date, December 2006)

 

PEARL CITY

Rehabilitation of Waimano Home Road from Kamehameha Highway to Komo Mai Drive:  Install curb ramps and traffic signals relocation.  Install vehicle loop sensors, and pavement markings and adjust utilities to grade.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

SALT LAKE

Salt Lake Boulevard Widening Phase 2A, Bougainville Drive to Maluna Street:  Final inspection punch list and landscape maintenance.

            (Estimated completion date, September 2006)

 

WAIALUA

Waialua Beach Road Sidewalk Improvements, Phase II – Waialua Beach Road (between Goodale Avenue and Haleiwa Road):  Construct new sidewalks, curb ramps, bus stop and driveways.  Install new chain link fence, traffic signs and landscaping.

            (Estimated completion date, October 2006)

 

 

PARADES, WALKS, RACES & OTHER STREET CLOSURES

 

September 10, 2006 Sunday
7:00AM Starts
9:00AM Ends

OLD PALI ROAD RUN sponsored by RRCA/Mid Pacific Roadrunners Club. The event is expected to have 100 runners. It will start near Kamehameha Hwy/H3, to Kionaole Rd, to Pali Highway, turnaround and return to start area. Contact: John Simonds 373-3609 For more info, visit their website: http://www.mprrc.com/

 

September 10, 2006 Sunday
6:30PM Starts
9:00PM Ends

"HONOLULU REMEMBERS...NEVER FORGET 9/11/01" WALK OF REMEMBRANCE sponsored by the Hawaii Fire Fighters Association/City & County of Honolulu.  The event is expected to have 1000+ participants.  It will start at  Sister Derby park on  S. Beretania St., short ceremony at HPD HQ, to Alapai St., to South St., short ceremony at HFD HQ at South/Queen Sts., to Halekauwila St., short ceremony at Prince Kuhio Federal Building, to Punchbowl St., to King St. to finish at Hon Hale grounds and 9/11 memorial.  Contact:  Guy Tajiri 949-1566

 

September 15, 2006 Friday
3:00PM Starts
4:30PM Ends

MOANALUA HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE sponsored by Moanalua High School. The event is expected to have 600 marchers, 10 vehicles, 1 band. It will start at MHS Student Parking Lot to Ala Ilima St., to Ala Nanala St., to Likini St., to Ala Napunani St., end at MHS student parking lot. Contact: Sherwin Pang 831-7914 Fax: 831-7903

 

September 15, 2006 Friday
5:30PM Starts
10:00PM Ends

ALOHA FESTIVALS ALOHA FRIDAY DOWNTOWN MELE/STREET FEST sponsored by Aloha Week Hawaii, Inc./Aloha Festivals. The event is expected to have 30,000+ participants.  Traffic will be diverted at 5:30 pm for setup. The event will close: 1) Bishop Street, all lanes, Beretania St. to Nimitz Hwy., 2) Merchant Street, all lanes, Bethel St. to Alakea., 3) Queen Street, all lanes, Alakea St. to Fort St. Mall, 4) Hotel Street, Alakea St. to Bethel St.  Contact: Charlian Wright 589-1771 Fax: 589-1770, E-mail: charlian@alohafestivals.com  For more info, visit their website: http://www.alohafestivals.com/

 

September 16, 2006 Saturday
9:00AM Starts
1:00PM Ends

ALOHA FESTIVALS FLORAL PARADE sponsored by Aloha Festivals. The event is expected to have 3,000 marchers, 9 vehicles, 25 bands, 15 floats, 12 horse units. It will start at Ala Moana Park ewa entrance/exit, to Ala Moana Blvd., to Kalakaua Ave., left onto Monsarrat Ave., end at Waikiki Shell Parking Lot in Queen Kapiolani Park. Contact: Aloha Festivals 589-1771 Fax: 596-4919 For more info, visit their website: http://www.alohafestivals.com/

 

 

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Contact: Department of Design and Construction, Civil Design Division, Construction Management - 523-4882, Wastewater Management Division, Construction Management - 527-5879, Department of Transportation Services, TST Division 527-6009.

Thursday, September 07, 2006

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