HONOLULU (KHON2) — The City will begin fixing the streets in the downtown and Chinatown areas.
The project will take about 270 calendar days, according to officials. Crews expect to start on Monday, July 13.
Here’s a list of streets that will be repaired:
- Queen Street (Nimitz Highway – Punchbowl Street)
- Merchant Street (Nu‘uanu Avenue – Mililani Street)
- Marin Street (Smith Street – Nu‘uanu Avenue)
- Pauahi Street (River Street – Fort Street Mall)
- Chaplain Lane (Nu‘uanu Avenue – Fort Street Mall)
- Mililani Street (Queen Street – South King Street)
- Alakea Street (Nimitz Highway – Beretania Street)
- Bethel Street (Nimitz Highway – Beretania Street)
- Nu‘uanu Avenue (Nimitz Highway – School Street)
- Smith Street (Nimitz Highway – Beretania Street)
- Maunakea Street (Nimitz Highway – Vineyard Boulevard)
- Kekaulike Street (Nimitz Highway – King Street)
To ease traffic, work will be done Monday through Friday between 8:30 am. to 3:30 p.m. (when there will be minimal road closures) and Sunday through Friday between 6:30 p.m. and 6 a.m. (when there will be extensive road closures).
Roadways will be posted with ‘No Parking’ signs a week in advance to warn the public of the work. Residents and local traffic such as deliveries and trash collection will be allowed during construction.
A separate project, also in Downtown Honolulu, involving sections of Pali Highway, Bishop Street, King Street, Richard Street, and Punchbowl Street are also set to begin soon. Details for that project will be made at a later date.
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