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TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES EXPECTED THROUGH NOV. 15
(Thurs., Nov. 10, 2011)—The Department of Transportation Services (DTS) is alerting motorists to anticipate the temporary closure of major roads, including the H-1 freeway, from time to time through November 15, as certain dignitaries in town for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit travel throughout Oahu.
Upcoming events involving temporary closures include the arrival of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama tomorrow evening (Fri., Nov. 11), and the transport of certain other APEC participant economy leaders between
"We strongly urge the public monitor the news media and other information sources prior to getting on the road," said DTS Director Wayne Y. Yoshioka. "However, some movements requiring road closures may be unannounced. The City continues to remind the public to please plan for significant delays."
The H-1 and certain other roads between the airport area and Waikiki were closed for approximately 40 minutes this morning during rush hour for the arrival of People's Republic of
Motorists are advised to:
Additional traffic information is available at www.honolulu.gov , and links are posted there for the public to sign up for Nixle alerts or access the City's Twitter (@hnl_info or @hnldts-#APECalerts) and Facebook accounts. The public may also call 768-8305 between 7:45 am and 4:30 pm on non-holiday weekdays.
Media contact: Department of Transportation Services Director