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Traffic Pattern Changes Planned for Volcano and Glenwood Transfer Stations

December 3, 2017, 2:15 PM HST
* Updated November 28, 8:04 AM
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The Department of Environmental Management Solid Waste Division announces that beginning Dec. 4, 2017, weather permitting, the traffic patterns at both Volcano and Glenwood Transfer Stations will be changed.

New traffic markings and signage will be installed reversing the direction of traffic within both transfer stations.

The changes in the traffic pattern at both transfer stations will discontinue the crossing of vehicular traffic and be consistent with current roadway and traffic design standards.

The county Department of Environmental Management Solid Waste Division asks the public to use caution when accessing both the Glenwood and Volcano Transfer Stations.

For more information, contact Civil Engineer III Ryan W. Dixon of the County of Hawai‘i
Department of Environmental Management Solid Waste Division at (808) 961-8270.

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