Getting Out Of Gridlock

  Another pedestrian death, another community left wondering: Could this have been prevented?

Thirty-three pedestrians have been killed on Hawaii roads so far this year.

‘Right Turn Town Hall’ seeks input to address Hawaii Kai traffic

Frequently believed to be the source of congestion in Hawaii Kai, local leaders are calling a town hall this week to address a right turn lane.

1 lane of Ala Wai Blvd to close for HECO construction work

The work is part of an ongoing cable relocation project.

To ease parking headaches, Council eyes restricted parking zones

Do you live in a neighborhood where the street parking is so limited that by the time you come home, all the spots are gone — and usually by vehicles belonging to people who don't even live there?

HDOT: Damage assessment to roads across the state ongoing after floods

The Hawaii Department of Transportation is actively monitoring hazardous road conditions across the state in light of heavy rain and severe flooding from Tropical Storm Lane.

Report: Hawaii’s infrastructure ranks among worst in nation

Hawaii has the second-worst infrastructure in the country, according to a new analysis.

The 66-year-old PM contraflow on Kapiolani is getting a big update

The city is doing away with a portion of the afternoon contraflow on Kapiolani Boulevard and will allow left turns in those areas as part of an effort to improve access to Waikiki and Ala Moana.

New digital message boards will help Oahu drivers find fastest route

Hawaii Department of Transportation officials announced a trail involving electric message boards designed to help Oahu drivers select the fastest route.

Troubled traffic center faces more delays after city fires contractor

Plans for the $54 million Joint Traffic Management Center have been underway for about a decade.