PROJECT UPDATE: Week of June 4, 2018


Work completed since last update:

  • Completed installing aggregate base on northbound lanes

  • Completed installing asphalt treated base on northbound lanes

  • Completed install of northbound traffic signals on south side of project

  • Completed permanent striping of the northbound lanes from the Keahole Airport to Hina Lani Street

  • Completed Stage 4 traffic control sequencing

  • Completed installing asphalt treated base from Hina Lani Street to Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park

  • Completed installation of two culvert inlet structures

  • Completed Hina Lani Street reconstruction

  • Completed guardrail installation near Hina Lani Street

Upcoming new work:   

  • Continue top lift asphalt paving on the south end of project

  • Continue installing striping and pavement markers

  • Continue grading shoulders and median on north and south segments of the project

  • Continue pulling wire and installing the traffic signal system

  • Continue landscaping work

  • Continue installing project signage

Upcoming work affecting traffic:

(NOTE: Dates are approximate and subject to change.)

  • Kealakehe Parkway (harbor side) makai intersection work –  June 7-8

  • Southbound highway lane closure south of Kealakehe Parkway – June 7-8

  • Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park /Makako Bay Drive/Ala Nui Kaloko makai side intersection work – June 11-13

  • Keahole Airport Road intersection work – June 14th 8:00pm – 5:30am (June 15th)

  • Northbound lanes opening (south half) – June 21st 8:00pm – 5:30am (June 22nd)

  • 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. 


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.