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Work to Begin for Hurricane Lane Damage Repairs Project

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The construction of the Hurricane Lane Damage Repairs Project Construction work is planned to commence on April 25 at various roadway locations and is expected to last approximately three months, weather and conditions permitting.

Work includes:

  • Road 8 (Moho Road), approximately midpoint between Road “B”/Kea Street and Road “C.”
  • North Oshiro, vicinity of Kaawale Street/Haumalu Street intersection.
  • Old Māmalahoa Highway, across Hawaiʻi Tropical Botanical Gardens.
  • Wainuenue Avenue / Piʻihonua Road, vicinity of Pact Head Start Hilo Child Development Center on 2133 Waianuenue Avenue.

The work will consist of roadway and shoulder repairs; asphalt concrete paving; concrete drainage channel and culvert repairs; CRM walls; guardrails; roadway markings; erosion control and BMP measures; and other related improvements.

Motorists should expect roadway lane closures and delays during this construction period. Motorists are advised to plan accordingly and to drive with caution.

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For questions or concerns, call Nan, Inc. at 808-369-6416 or 808-291-4234; or Department of Public Works Information and Educational Specialist Sherise Kanaʻe-Kāne at 808-961-8499.

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