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Sewer projects will cause traffic delays

WAIPAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The city Department of Environmental Services has 16 ongoing sewer projects in January that may impact roadways and traffic on Oahu.

The projects include:

Ala Moana Sewer Project - Installation of a new sewer line along the Ewa bound lanes of Ala Moana Blvd., between Atkinson Drive and Queen Street.

Amelia Street Sewer Relief Sewer - Installation of gravity lines along Amelia and School streets (between Amelia Street and Kino Street).

Beachwalk Wastewater Pump Station to Ala Moana Park Sewer Phase 1, Force Main System - Installation of a new sewer line along Ala Moana Boulevard (between Atkinson Drive and Ala Wai Canal), and along Ala Wai Boulevard (between Kalakaua Avenue to the dead end of Ala Wai Boulevard).

Foster Village Sewer Rehabilitation/Reconstruction - Installation of a new sewer line along Hakupapa, Haloa Drive, Piikea Street and Punihi Street. Rehabilitation of certain sewer manholes on Hakupapa Street, Olino Street, Palanihu Place and Piikea Street.

Houghtailing Street Area Sewer Rehabilitation - Sewer rehabilitation work in Kamehameha Heights area on various streets within the area bordered by North School Street, Kokea Street, Kamalii Street, Aulii Street, Ilima Drive, Makanani Drive and Kapalama Drive.

Kahanu Street, School Street, and Umi Street - Spot repairs along Dillingham Blvd., between McNeill Street and Kalihi Street and along Kalihi Street between Dillingham and North King Street. Installation of new sewer lines along Kahanu Street, Puuhale Road, Stanley Street, Wilcox Lane, Umi Street, King Street and Haunapo Lane between Kalihi Street. Sewer rehabilitation work along School Street between Liliha Street and the School Street (Ewa Bound) off ramp.

Kailua/Kaneohe Sewer Rehabilitation Phase 2 - Installation of new gravity sewer lines on Papalani Street (Kailua) and Likeke Place (Kaneohe).

Kalakaua Avenue Sewer Rehabilitation - Open-cut trench digging replacing 1,500 lineal feet of 6- and 8-inch sewer pipe along Kalakaua Avenue between Philip Street and Kapiolani Boulevard.

Kalanianaole Highway Sewer System Improvements - Sewer rehabilitation work along Kalanianaole Highway between Wailupe Beach Park to Kawaikui Beach Park and between Halemaumau Street and Paiko Drive.

Kalihi/Nuuanu Area Sewer Rehabilitation (All Phases) - Sewer rehabilitation work on School Street (east of Nuuanu Avenue), Kuakini Street (west of Nuuanu Avenue), Liliha Street and Malanai Place.

Peterson Lane and Pua Lane Sewer Rehabilitation - Installation of a new gravity sewer line on King Street, Peterson Lane, Dillingham Boulevard and Pua Lane.

Rose Street and Kamehameha IV Road, Richard Lane and Linapuni Street Sewer Rehabilitation - Installation of new gravity sewer lines on Rose Street, Kamehameha IV Road, Richard Lane and Linapuni Street.@

Saint Louis Heights Sewer Rehabilitation - Sewer rehabilitation work on various streets with the area bordered by Bertram Street, Kaminaka Drive, Saint Louis Drive and Dole Street.

Waimalu Sewer Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Phase I - Installation of a gravity sewer line along Olepe Loop, Hekaha, Lokwai, Lii-Ipo, Pahemo and Kanuku streets.

Waipahu Street/Plantation Village Sewer Reconstruction - Installation of gravity sewer line within Plantation Village.

Wilhelmina Rise Sewer Rehabilitation - Sewer rehabilitation work in Wilhelmina Rise area on various streets within the area bordered by Paula Drive, Lurline Drive, Wilhelmina Rise, Keanu Street and Claudine Street.

Approximately 129 projects are underway focused on Oahu's wastewater treatment plants, pump stations and collection system. These projects are part of $578 million of ongoing wastewater projects, including planning, designing, construction, project management and equipment project phases.

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