HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - We will update traffic throughout the Tuesday afternoon commute.
*6:12pm - Traffic heavy Hono bnd on Moanalua and on King from downtown
*6pm - Accident reported on Pali and waokanaka HPD on the way but traffic slow towards Kailua
*5:45 - Kailua Rd at Kalaheo REOPENED following moped accident near Kalapawai Market into Lanikai
*5:32pm - Heads up to drivers on or headed towards the Windward side. A moped accident has closed Kalaheo Ave and Kailua Road. HPD is on scene.
*5:28pm - Power line reported down on Tantalus drive and telephone road!! HPD on the way! Also accident on Kailua rd and Kalaheo
*5:13pm -2 car MVC H1 east before Punahou CLEARED but slow on Moanalua from Mapunapuna. King slow from Punchbowl. Ala Mo good to Waikiki.
*5:04pm - The State Department of Transportation will be CLOSING the right-hand lane of Ala Moana Boulevard in the eastbound direction between Ward Avenue and Kalakaua Avenue between 6 p.m. Tuesday and 6 a.m. Wednesday to allow crews to move barriers and equipment into Waikiki for use in security and traffic control during APEC.
Motorists are advised to expect delays and use King Street as an alternate route during this time.
*4:59pm - Coming into Honolulu, Moanalua Freeway is slow before the Ft. Shafter overpass. H1 to Nimitz and Dillingham very light. Into Waikiki is fairly smooth.
*4:45pm - drive times from Taizo Braden, town to Ewa 1 hour, town to Hawaii Kai 22 mins, town to Mililani 52 mins.
*4:12pm - For drivers heading to the west side reports of a porta potty that fell off truck H-1 ewa bound Makakilo
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