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Rain delays Kilauea Ave work; may continue Feb. 16

MEDIA RELEASE

Rain prevented the contractor from completing construction on the makai lane of Kilauea Avenue from the Pauahi Street intersection to Aupuni Street on Friday, Feb. 15.

The contractor may continue construction Saturday, Feb. 16, if it does not rain.

Because there is no roadwork, traffic restrictions no longer apply. Traffic restrictions are enforced during construction.

Kīlauea Avenue roadwork schedule from Aupuni Street to Alenaio Bridge, Feb. 15-22

Kilauea Avenue from Pauahi Street to Aupuni Street

Feb. 19 & Feb. 20: The final asphalt layer, will be applied Tuesday, Feb. 19 to the makai lane, and Wednesday, Feb. 20 to the mauka lane. Street parking will be restored February 20, at the completion of the roadwork.

During construction Monday-Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 Pp.m. the traffic pattern is:

* One lane for Puna bound travel between Pauahi Street and Aupuni Street.

* Motorists traveling in the Hāmākua direction on Kīlauea Avenue are rerouted at Aupuni Street.

* Left turns allowed onto Pauahi from Aupuni Street only during construction hours.

* Left turns permitted onto Kīlauea Avenue from Aupuni Street. Right turns are not.

Kilauea Avenue from Pauahi Street to Alenaio Bridge

Feb. 21-22: Road resurfacing will start at Honpa Hongwanji Hilo Betsuin to Kūkūau Street and continue to Osorio Lane Thursday, Feb. 21 and Friday, Feb. 22. Street parking will be restored February 22 at the completion of the roadwork.

No roadwork Saturday, Feb. 16 to Monday, Feb. 18. All lanes between Pauahi Street to Aupuni Street will be open and on street parking allowed.

The contractor’s work schedule is 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Roadwork is weather permitting. Traffic patterns may change.

One Response to “Rain delays Kilauea Ave work; may continue Feb. 16”

  1. Cherdan Johnson says:

    The bumps are really fckin scary, for someone that has a very low car..

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