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City will repair sewage pipes in Honolulu this week

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Traffic on Oahu will be affected this week, as construction crews from the City's Department of Environmental Services rehabilitate wastewater and sewage pipes in Honolulu.

 City contractors will be doing point sewer pipe work on the following dates and locations:

· Nov 26 (Pipe Lining) 8:30 am - 3:30 pm:  Lewers St (between Aloha Dr & Ala Wai Blvd).
· Nov 27 (Pipe Lining) 8:30 am - 3:30 pm:  Prince Edward St (between Kaiulani Ave & Uliniu Ave).
· Nov 26-28 (Pipe Repairs) 8 am - 3:30 pm:  Kahaloa Dr (between Woodlawn & Lanikaula St).
· Nov 26-30 (Pipe Repairs) 8 am - 3:30 pm:  Parker Pl / Manua Pl - No on street work. Trucks/Equipment may be parked on the street.
· Nov 26-30 (Pipe Repairs) 8 am - 3:30 pm:  Catherine St (between Campbell Ave & Winam Ave) / Kamuela Ave (between Date St & Kapahulu Ave) / Herbert St (between Winam & Campbell Ave).
· Nov 28-30 (Pipe Repairs) 8 am - 3:30 pm:  Huelani Drive (between Rainbow Dr & Huelani Pl) - No on street work.  Trucks/Equipment may be parked on the street.
· Nov 26-28 (Pipe Repairs) 8 am - 3:30 pm:  Loulu St (between Kumuone St & Kumukoa St) - No on street work. Trucks/Equipment may be parked on the street.
· Nov 28-30 (Pipe Repairs) 8 am - 3:30 pm:  Huelani Pl - No on street work. Trucks/Equipment may be parked on the street.
· Nov 28 (Pipe Lining) 8 am - 3:30 pm:  Wilder Ave & Bingham St.
· Nov 29 (Pipe Lining) 9 pm - 5 am:  Maunakea St (between Nimitz and N. King St).

 

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