Volunteers, city workers repair delineators on South Street bike lane on Oahu

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Courtesy: City & County of Honolulu

HONOLULU (KHON2) — Volunteers and city workers repaired delineators on the South Street bike lane.

It happened on Saturday, Sept. 11.

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Volunteers from the American Public Works Association (APWA) along with the City’s Department of Facility Maintenance Division of Road Maintenance (DRM) coordinated the work.on South Street between Kapi’olani Boulevard and Pohukaina Street.

The APWA did this to commemorate the events of September 11, 2001, through public service, and also to bring attention to the importance of volunteerism and the public works system.

The effort followed coronavirus pandemic safety guidelines therefore limiting the volunteers to 25.

The work was done under the city’s Mālama O Ka ‘Āina community volunteer program.

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To find out more about volunteer opportunities, please call DRM at 768-3606.

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