TRAFFIC ADVISORY: LANE CLOSURES ON WAIPAHU DEPOT STREET
(Fri., May 20, 2011)—The two northbound lanes on Waipahu Depot Street will be closed 24-hours, five consecutive days starting Monday, May 23, through Friday, May 27, due to roadway construction. Work crews will be constructing a concrete bus pad between Hikimoe Street and Farrington Highway and reconstructing the sidewalk adjacent to the Hawaii Federal Credit Union across from Shiro's Drive Inn.
North and southbound traffic lanes on Waipahu Depot Street will be temporarily shifted to the other side of the road from Hikimoe Street to Farrington Highway. Police officers will be directing traffic at both ends of the construction work. Drivers and pedestrians are advised to use caution in this area.
Motorists are encouraged to avoid Waipahu Depot Street during the construction and use an alternate route, such as Mokuola Street, to get to the Waipahu Transit Center.
Bus patrons normally using the Waipahu Depot Street bus stop northbound just before Hikimoe Street are asked to use the transit center bus stops. For more bus information, please see www.thebus.org or call
Contact: Irvin Higashi, Project Manager, Public Transit Division, 768-8375.