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TRAFFIC ADVISORY for Merrie Monarch Festival

Posted April 15, 2017, 10:30 AM HST
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In conjunction with the 54th Annual Merrie Monarch Festival, the traffic pattern on Kalanikoa Street in Hilo will temporarily be shifted to one-way only.

Traffic will flow in the makai, or northerly direction on Kalanikoa Street between Piʻilani Street and Kuawa Street during the festival.

The one-way traffic pattern will remain in effect 24-hours beginning at noon on Wednesday, April 19, through 8 a.m. Sunday, April 23, 2017.

Motorists traveling in a westerly direction on Piʻilani Street will be allowed to turn right onto Kalanikoa Street.

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Left turns will also be allowed onto Kalanikoa Street from Piʻilani Street.

Both right and left turns will be allowed to one-way traffic on Kalanikoa Street to access the Hoʻolulu Complex and businesses in the area.

Regular two-way traffic will remain in effect on Manono, Kuawa and Piʻilani Streets.

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