HONOLULU (KHNL) - Oahu drivers can expect some delays on the road. DOT officials say multiple roadwork in different locations will begin this weekend and into the following week.
Two rightmost lanes on Ala Moana Blvd. in the westbound direction between Kamakee Street and Ward Avenue will be closed from 8:00 PM Friday, September 28 through 5:00 Monday morning, October 1. The roads will be closed for the construction of new concrete bus pads, curbs and gutters.
The Likelike Highway in the Kaneohe-bound direction from Valley View Drive to Kahekili Highway will be closed from 7:00 PM Saturday, September 29 through 7:00 Sunday morning, September 30 for tunnel cleaning and maintenance work.
Three rightmost lanes of the H-1 Freeway Airport Viaduct will be closed in the westbound direction from the Keehi Interchange to the Kamehameha Highway/Aloha Stadium/Arizona Memorial off-ramp on Sunday, September 30 from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM for concrete pavement repair work.
Multiple lane closures on Ala Moana Blvd. in the westbound direction on Monday, October 1 through Friday morning, October 5, from 8:00 PM to 5:00 AM will be at the following locations: From Ward Avenue to Queen Street for sawcutting and traffic light installation, and from Punchbowl Street to Fort Street for pavement resurfacing work.
Drivers are advised to use caution while driving through the work area and to allow for extra time to travel.
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