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Kalia Road lanes reopen after crews repair water main break

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 10:57 p.m. HST, Dec 14, 2011

Board of Water Supply crews finished repairing a 4-inch water main leak on the corner of Ala Moana Boulevard and Kalia Road in Waikiki this afternoon.

The two right hand turn lanes to Kalia Road from Ala Moana Boulevard remained closed until about 10:30 p.m. when crews finished patching the roadway.

The leak was reported at about 4:15 a.m.

The Board of Water Supply sent a water tanker to the area to assist three customers without service until the pipe was fixed at about 2:20 p.m.

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mcc wrote:
Wait until the train rumbles over our aging water mains. You haven't seen anything yet. Stop rail now! See honolulutraffic.com
on December 14,2011 | 07:30AM
honujoy wrote:
mcc - RIght on! Can we finally use some common sense (a rarity), set our priorities straight and scrap the rail...We need the funds for new water mains and other more important repairs e.g. roads etc. FIRST.
on December 14,2011 | 08:17AM
Thegame wrote:
The board of water supply can't justify anymore rate increases. They always say they need the money to repair and maintain our aging water systems. They don't maintain anything. They just wait until a water main breaks and go out and fix it. Then everyone knows that once a water main breaks, there is going to be another break in the area. So predictible.
on December 14,2011 | 10:39PM
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