HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - City officials have suspended free bus shuttle service that was available to seven evacuation shelters on Oahu on Sunday.
At 2 p.m., the service that was in place for Tropical Storm Darby ended. However, the seven evacuation shelters that it was providing service to remain open.
Waialua District Park
From Waialua District Park with turnaround near Camp Erdman.
Sea Life Park – Waimanalo District Park
From Sea Life Park to Waimanalo District Park and back.
McKinley High – Kapahulu, Ala Moana, Kakaako
From McKinley High School to Kaka'ako Waterfront Park parking lot, Ala Moana Blvd. opposite Ala Moana Shopping Center Stop ID 1102 and the recycling center on Kapahulu Ave. opposite Campbell Ave. Stop ID 4016.
Wahiawa District Park
Along Kilani, Glen Ave, Glen St., Royal Palm Dr., Kamehameha Hywy, Whitmore Ave., Nani Ihi Ave., Kaukonahua Rd., Kamananui Rd., Wilikina Ave., California Ave. and Anoni.
Ewa Beach Community Park
Along North, Rd., Fort Weaver Rd., Papipi Rd., Pohakupuna Rd., Fort Weaver Rd., and Kilaha St. .
Waianae District Park – Makaha
Along Farrington Hywy, turn around fronting Makua cave back onto Farrington, to Kahe Beach Park turnaround near Beach park back to Waianae District Park
Brigham Young University – Cannon Activity Center
Between Kahalu'u Regional Park along Kamehameha Hywy. to Kahuku United Methodist Church.
Pets are welcome on all routes, but they must be on leash or in a pet crate or carrier.