DOT, HART adjust construction schedules in light of graduations

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The state Department of Transportation and the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation have adjusted their construction schedules in light of upcoming commencement ceremonies.Click here for a list of 2015 graduation dates for Hawaii high schools and charter schools.

The following changes will be in effect next week for both DOT and HART:

Sunday, May 24 (Mililani High School graduation at Aloha Stadium at 5 p.m.)H-1 Freeway Pearl City Viaduct

Normally, one right lane remains closed between the Kaahumanu Street Overpass and the Waipahu Off-Ramp (Exit 8B) until 6 p.m. for concrete curing, however the contractor will work to reopen the final lane by 4 p.m. [DOT]


Thursday, May 28 (Campbell High School graduation at Aloha Stadium at 5 p.m.)Kamehameha Highway

Kiewit will delay a portion of construction due to Campbell High School’s graduation ceremony at Aloha Stadium. Two westbound lanes of Kamehameha Highway near the stadium will close at 10 p.m. instead of 8 p.m. The closure will remain in effect until 7 a.m. Friday with various left-turn pocket restrictions. There will be no changes heading eastbound. Two eastbound lanes of Kamehameha Highway will close as normal between 7 p.m. and 5:30 a.m. Friday. [HART]H-1 Freeway Waiawa Interchange

Construction work will not start in the westbound direction of the H-1 Freeway until 10:30 p.m. and eastbound work will start at 9 p.m. Normally, westbound lane closures begin at 9 p.m. while eastbound lane closures begin at 8 p.m. near the Waiawa Interchange. [HART]H-1 Freeway Pearl City Viaduct

Normally, two right westbound lanes are closed between the Pearl City/Waimalu Off-Ramp (Exit 10) and the H-1/H-2 Split until 2:30 p.m. for deck widening, however the contractor will work to reopen the second lane by noon to assist traffic. [DOT]

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