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'Hawaii Five-0' filming to briefly close Kalakaua Avenue

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 11:27 a.m. HST, Mar 18, 2014

Filming for the season finale of  "Hawaii Five-0" will cause  intermittent closures of Kalakaua Avenue Tuesday, a Honolulu city spokesman said in a news release.

The closures will take place between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Traffic will be stopped for two to three minutes at a time. There will be no detours, only brief delays, the spokesman said.

A single lane of Kalakaua Avenue may also be blocked off for the staging of equipment. 

Crews will be filming driving shots to complete the filming of the finale episode that took place on Sunday. 

Working with the traffic signals, short sections of Kalakaua Avenue travel lanes will be 'held' for a couple minutes longer than a normal and then released.  Pedestrians will also be asked to wait a few minutes while the shots are being filmed. 

Between takes, vehicles will be allowed to drive down the street and pedestrians will be allowed to walk. 

The filming will involve a block or two at a time to minimize the impact to motorists.

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false wrote:
Lots better than for a broken water line. LOL LOL LOL
on March 18,2014 | 08:40AM
localguy wrote:
Take your time Five-0. These kinds of lane closures are not a problem compared to potholes, water main breaks, traffic accidents, etc. People love to watch the action.
on March 18,2014 | 12:09PM
al_kiqaeda wrote:
Wow, Universal Studios charges tourists to see this kind of stuff. Do it more regularly!
on March 18,2014 | 02:32PM
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