PEARL CITY, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Changes are coming for bus riders traveling westbound in the Pearl City area due to the 24-hour lane closures on Kamehameha Highway and Acacia Road. Starting Tuesday, Feb. 10, buses going westbound on Kamehameha Highway, from Kaahumanu Road to Waiawa Road, will be detoured from 2 to 7 p.m.
The changes are in effect from Monday through Friday – except holidays -- until further notice.
As an alternative, shuttle buses will operate westbound, from Kamehameha and Pali Momi Street onto Farrington Highway – into Waipahu – to Mokuola Street, then along Waipahu Street to Kamehameha Highway and up through Waipio Gentry.
Buses will detour as outlined (westbound routes only):
Shuttles will be available from 2 to 7 p.m.:
TheBus will travel from Kamehameha/Pali Momi, onto Farrington Highway, right Mokuola Street, right Waipahu Street, left Kamehameha Highway, right Waipio Uka Street, right Moaniani Street, to end at the Moaniani / Ka Uka bus stop.
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