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Great Aloha Run Road Closures

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

With nearly 26,000 people participating in the 30th annual Kaiser Permanente Great Aloha Run on Monday, the Honolulu Police Department and state Department of Transportation will be closing off various Oahu roads to vehicles.

Road

From

To

Closed

Open

All Downtown Roads

Beretania Street

Ala Moana / Nimitz

4:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

 

Nuuanu

Punchbowl Street

4:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Ala Moana Boulevard / Nimitz Highway (both directions)

South Street

River Street

4:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

Nimitz Highway (westbound)

River Street

H-1 Freeway/Viaduct

4:00 a.m.

After race passes

Nimitz Highway (eastbound) *access to Sand Island via H-1 Eastbound or Nimitz Hwy. Eastbound only

Sand Island Access Road

River Street

4:00 a.m.

After race passes

Nimitz Highway (under Viaduct)

Kakoi Street

Valkenburgh

4:15 a.m.

After race passes

Dillingham Boulevard

At Middle Street (for westbound traffic under Viaduct)

 

4:15 a.m.

After race passes

H-1 Freeway

Kamehameha Highway (exit under H-1 Freeway )

 

4:15 a.m.

After race passes

Kamehameha Highway

Valkenburgh (westbound)

Aloha Stadium

3:45 a.m.

After race passes

Center Drive

Kamehameha Highway

(BOTH DIRECTIONS)

3:45 a.m.

After race passes

Radford Drive

Kamehameha Highway

Bouganville

3:30 a.m.

After race passes

Kamehameha Highway (Vehicular traffic will be contra-flowed in the eastbound lanes.)

Center Drive

Essex/Salt Lake Boulevard

3:45 a.m

After race passes

Salt Lake Boulevard (BOTH DIRECTIONS, traffic will be slow moving during this time to facilitate bus movement.)

 

Kahuapaani Street

Kalaloa

6:45 a.m.

After race passes

Salt Lake Boulevard (U-Turn @ Kalaloa Street)

Kalaloa Street (BOTH DIRECTIONS)

 

Kamehameha Highway

6:45 a.m.

After race passes

 

Some tips which might make travel easier:

  • Ewa-bound traffic to downtown will be diverted onto South Street and from there, use South Beretania Street to Punchbowl Street to get onto the freeway. Traffic on the elevated portion of the freeway should be light. 
  • Avoid using the Middle Street and Dillingham Boulevard intersection, as delays on these streets may result from the closure of the Middle Street Interchange.

The Honolulu Police Department will attempt to let cross-traffic flow through once the bulk of the racers have passed. Most roads near the airport should be re-opened to cross-traffic by 9:00 a.m., and Salt Lake Boulevard between Kalaloa Street and Aloha Stadium should re-open by approximately 9:45 a.m. 

Related story:

Thousands expected for 2014 Great Aloha Run this morning


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