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Traffic Update: City Center – Week of December 11, 2022

Sunday, December 11, 2022 –
Saturday, December 17, 2022


 

KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY/DILLINGHAM BOULEVARD

LOCATION: Middle Street at the Kamehameha Highway Intersection

24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week
One lane of southbound Middle Street may be closed. Traffic may be stopped intermittently. 

LOCATION: Middle Street to Laumaka Street

24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week
Traffic will be reduced to one eastbound and one westbound travel lane between the Kalihi Stream and Laumaka Street. Left turns on Kamehameha Highway will be restricted within the work area. Pedestrian and business access will be maintained.

Traffic Update Map - City Center - Middle Street to Laumaka Street - Week of 11/21/2021

 

Nighttime: 8:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m., overnights Sunday to Thursday
All lanes of eastbound Kamehameha Highway may be closed. Eastbound motorists traveling from Nimitz Highway or the H-1 Freeway Exit 18B may be detoured. One westbound lane will remain open for motorists. Local business access will be maintained.

 

LOCATION: Puuhale Road to Kohou Street

24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week 
Dillingham Boulevard will operate with one traffic lane in both the eastbound and westbound direction between Puuhale Road and Kohou Street. Left turns at intersections will be restricted. Driveway access will be maintained. 

 

KALIHI STREET

LOCATION: Kalihi Street at the Dillingham Boulevard intersection

Nighttime: 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., overnights Monday to Friday
Through lanes and turn lanes on Kalihi Street at the Dillingham Boulevard intersection may be closed. Motorists may be detoured. 

 

MCNEILL STREET

LOCATION: McNeill Street at the Dillingham Boulevard intersection

Nighttime: 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., overnights Monday to Friday
Through lanes and turn lanes on McNeill Street at the Dillingham Boulevard intersection may be closed. Motorists may be detoured. 

 

WAIAKAMILO ROAD

LOCATION: Waiakamilo Road at the Dillingham Boulevard intersection

Nighttime: 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., overnights Monday to Friday
Through lanes and turn lanes on Waiakamilo Road at the Dillingham Boulevard intersection may be closed. Motorists may be detoured. 

 

IWILEI ROAD

LOCATION: Kuwili Street to Nimitz Highway ramp

Daytime: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Saturday
One lane of Iwilei Road will be closed. Two-way traffic will be maintained. Various sidewalks may be closed and pedestrians may be detoured. 


NIMITZ HIGHWAY

LOCATION: Nimitz Highway ramp to Iwilei Road

Daytime: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Saturday
The westbound Nimitz Highway ramp to Iwilei Road will be closed. Motorists will be detoured to Sumner Street to access Iwilei Road.

 

LOCATION: River Street to Smith Street

Daytime: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Saturday
One lane of both eastbound and westbound Nimitz Highway will be closed. Turn movements will be maintained.

 

HALEKAUWILA STREET

LOCATION: Halekauwila Street and Richards Street intersection

Nighttime: 8:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m., overnight Thursday and Friday
The left turn from Richards Street to Halekauwila Street will be closed. Driveway access and local traffic will be maintained. 

LOCATION: South Street to Cooke Street

Daytime: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Saturday
One lane of Halekauwila Street will be closed. Two-way traffic will be maintained. Street parking will be restricted. 

 

ALA MOANA BOULEVARD

LOCATION: Ala Moana Boulevard at the Halekauwila Street intersection

Nighttime: 8:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m., overnight Thursday and Friday
The left turn lane from eastbound Ala Moana Boulevard to the Halekauwila Street will be closed.

 

Alternating and intermittent lane closures may be required along eastbound and westbound Nimitz Highway between Awa Street and Richards Street in short sections or by blocks for road maintenance, landscaping maintenance and access to the center median.

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