Mayor Encourages Aloha and Respect for Fans and Visitors

HONOLULU (KHNL)- The sign says it all.

It's going to be a zoo on Oahu on Friday, with thousands of people scurrying around for all the major post-thanksgiving day sales.

Mix them in with the tens of thousands of fans headed to Aloha Stadium for the big game between the University of Hawaii Warriors and the Boise State Broncos and you have the potential for gridiron gridlock!

To combat road rage and stadium surliness, the mayors office announced both traffic and temper calming measures today.

Technicians will manually operate traffic signals at key intersections around the stadium.

Fans are encouraged to take the bus' football express to the game.

A link to the city's Drive Akamai website is on this web page.

At the stadium there'll be extra special duty officers; 14 more than usual.

They'll be joined on the field by additional on-duty officers at the end of the game. the liquor commission will have all of its inspectors on hand.

The mayor is urging aloha and respect for fans and visitors.