Construction continues Tuesday night through October 17 with the demolition of curbs and gutters at the Liliha Street on-ramp behind the concrete barriers starting from 6 p.m. through 10 p.m.
There will be no lane closures during demolition.
Additionally, there will be partial closures of the freeway in both directions, from Likelike Hwy to Ward Avenue from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Two lanes will be closed in both directions beginning at 9 pm. There will not be staggered lane closures. Only ONE lane will remain open in each direction.
Speed limits will be modified to 35 mph during the evening lane closures wherever there is one lane open.
- If the freeway is slower than 20 miles/hour - take surface streets.
- Avoid the area.
- Allow for extra travel time.
- Take alternate routes (see map below, also available at h1rehab.com)
Facts at a Glance:
- Approximately 3.5-mile rehabilitation of H-1 Freeway from Middle Street to the vicinity of Ward Avenue.
- Restriping to add an additional lane in each direction.
- Install improved lighting system.
- Widening of Nuuanu Stream bridge on makai side - (5 feet).
- Adding new signage, including speed limit signs.
- Improving crash barriers and water drainage system.
- Upgrading bridge railings at Palama Separation.
- Installing glare screens at median to make driving at night safer
- Estimated construction cost: $42 million.
For up-to-date information, click here or call #735-7465.
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