HONOLULU (KHON2) — On Saturday, Hawaii House Speaker Scott Saiki joined community members at Kolowalu Park and announced the painted-over crosswalk at Queen and Waimanu streets will be restored.

Community members had voiced their concerns about the crosswalk that stretched over five lanes of traffic during a Kolowalu Crosswalk Rally in March.

Work to restore the crosswalk will be between Tuesday, July 5 and Wednesday, July 6.

Following their success with the crosswalk rally, community members had a Kolowalu Park Dog Park rally on Saturday as well.

The rally was organized by Jeanne Datz Rice and Karen Mae Cheung and they were joined by community members and their dogs.

“At Safe Crosswalk Rally, Jeanne also shared her vision for a dog park to be constructed at in the area,” said Speaker Saiki. “I am pleased to announce that I secured funding for HCDA to build a new dog park at Kolowalu Park Mauka.”

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“I am thrilled that our Kakaako community will be safer for children, families, and our dogs,” said Rep. Adrian Tam who joined Speaker Saiki and the community at the Kolowalu Park.