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Scheduled Road & Lane Closures: Aug. 14–18

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The State of Hawai’i Department of Transportation and the County of Hawai’i Department of Public Works have announced the following temporary road and lane closures from Monday, Aug. 14, to Friday, Aug. 18, 2017.

Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects are weather permitting.

For information about statewide closures, go online.

Māmalahoa (Highway 190)

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PU‘UANAHULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK) Alternating lane closures on Māmalahoa Highway (Route 190) in both directions between Mile Marker 20 and Mile Marker 22, over a 24-hour period, seven days a week for drainage improvements. Trucks/trailers that exceed statutory size-weight limits will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis upon application of their respective oversize-overweight vehicle permits. Maximum width for any vehicle with permit passing through the project area is 10 feet.

Hawai‘i Belt Road (Route 19)

HAKALAU Alternating lane closures on Hawai‘i Belt Road (Route 19) in both directions at Mile Marker 16 in the vicinity of Hakalau on Monday, Aug. 14, through Friday, Aug. 18, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., for bridge rehabilitation work on Umauma Bridge. Travel speed on Umauma Bridge is reduced to 20 mph.

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Saddle Road (Route 200)

UPPER KAUMANA Alternating single lane closures on Saddle Road (Route 200) in both directions between Mile Marker 8 and Mile Marker 12 in the vicinity of upper Kaumana onMonday, Aug. 14, through Friday, Aug. 18, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., daily, for grading of the new Daniel K. Inouye Highway, East Side alignment. Weekend work may take place as needed.

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