Work completed since last update:
Installed concrete swales north and south of Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park
Paved asphalt next to the median barrier at Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park
Installed end treatments on median barrier
Installed traffic signal electrical duct packages across Kealakehe Parkway and Hina Lani Street
Placed base aggregate in reconstruct areas
Installed drywells near Kealakehe Parkway
Widened and paved asphalt transition at Kaiminani Drive
Paved asphalt transition at Hulikoa Drive
Paved north terminus asphalt transition
Relocated West Hawaii Concrete entrance and exit
Installed Traffic Signal at Kaiminani Drive
Installed Traffic Signal at Hulikoa Drive
Installed Traffic Signal across from Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park
Upcoming new work:
Top lift asphalt paving northbound lanes on the north side of the project
Fine grading reconstruct areas on south side of project
Paving asphalt base on reconstruct areas on south side of project
Grading shoulder on north and south segment of project
Continue installing swales on south side of project
Continue pulling wire and installing traffic signal system
Culvert headwall and grading/drainage work near West Hawaii Concrete entrance
Upcoming work affecting traffic:
Trucks will be pulling in and out of median work zones near Keahole, Kaiminani, Hulikoa, Hina Lani, Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park, Honokohau and Kealakehe intersections, please use caution when construction vehicles with flashing hazards and strobe lights are driving in these areas.
Please watch for announcements regarding work that will affect traffic on Queen Kaahumanu Highway and its side roads. Message boards will be put in place several days in advance of work, and temporary traffic controls will be in use. There may be notifications in West Hawaii Today. Please stay alert for changing conditions and drive safely.
As a reminder, Makako Bay Drive is a “Right-In/Right-Out” only intersection. Vehicles driving northbound cannot turn left into Makako Bay Drive. Northbound traffic must drive past Makako Bay Drive and use the left hand turning lane into the newly constructed Kahilihili Street/Kaiminani Drive for access to Makako Bay Drive.
Please continue to help us keep motorists, bikers, pedestrians, and our workers safe by respecting the posted work zone speed limits. In addition, please remember that areas not open to traffic are active work areas. For your own safety, these areas are currently closed to the general public for all vehicular traffic and pedestrian traffic including mopeds, walking, biking, and jogging.
Please help to keep our roads and highways safe.