The Hawaii Department of Transportation Highways Division crews have responded to multiple incidents this morning as a result of the low-pressure system coming from the north. Current status for state routes is as follows:
Trees reported down on the north shore. Kuhio Highway (Route 560) is open between Hanalei and Kee Beach for residents. Crews responding to report of fallen tree at Kuamoo Road and Lilia Place. Placed additional shoring at Waikoko sites last night and this morning. Crews continue to monitor the work sites on Kuhio Highway (Route 560).
Traffic signal at Kuhio Highway and Kuamoo is out due to a power outage, expect delays in the area.
High winds causing pole damage on Kunia Road, fallen tree and power line at Pali Highway at Waokanaka (Honolulu bound), and fallen tree at H-1 westbound by the School Street onramp occurred this morning. A tree down on Pali Highway Kailua bound by the Nuuanu Pali Drive intersection. Two right lanes blocked. Crews continue to respond and have cleaned up branches on Liliha Street onramp to the H-1 Freeway eastbound.
Reports of fallen trees on Hana Highway in the vicinity of Mile Marker 14 or 15, on Kekaulike and Honoapiilani Highway south of Kai Hele Ku Street. Crew is responding. Crews are also monitoring wave action on Honoapiilani Highway at Ukumehame.
Traffic signals on Haleakala Highway on Maui were impacted by the storm and are flashing. Contractor is responding. Traffic signals on Honoapiilani Highway at Waiko Road, Piikana, and Kuikahi are out due to power outage. Treat as a four-way stop.
Bayfront Highway closed earlier today due to high surf. Anticipate remaining closed through Wednesday. Crews remain on standby to respond to high wind damage.