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1 southbound lane on H-2 to close for rail work

By Star-Advertiser Staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:38 p.m. HST, Jun 30, 2014

As rail construction ramps up around the H-1/H-2 freeway interchange, road crews will have to close a southbound lane on the H-2 overnight in the coming days near that merge, project officials say.

The southbound lane closure will take place 9 p.m. Monday to 4 a.m. Tuesday, and then repeat 9 p.m. Tuesday to 4 a.m. Wednesday, according to a Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation release.

The closures are needed as crews prepare to erect columns in the freeway medians at the merge, according to HART.

"We ask the drivers for their continued patience and understanding during the work and to be mindful of our crews stationed along the freeway," HART CEO Dan Grabauskas said in the statement.






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loquaciousone wrote:
It's a good thing rail will completely eliminate traffic jams, cure cancer and sexually transmitted diseases.
on June 30,2014 | 01:53PM
mcc wrote:
It will also be built on schedule and within budget!
on June 30,2014 | 02:08PM
loquaciousone wrote:
Don't walk too close behind any one. Your nose is getting longer by the second.
on June 30,2014 | 03:25PM
atilter wrote:
can an extended nose be cause for criminal penalty for pub_icly assaulting someone?
on July 1,2014 | 06:57AM
etalavera wrote:
I thought Ben was going to cure everything?
on June 30,2014 | 05:38PM
localguy wrote:
You forgot rail will cure ED.
on June 30,2014 | 08:06PM
atilter wrote:
is that the same thing as dysfunctional erections (of platforms)?
on July 1,2014 | 07:00AM
realist3463 wrote:
Try finding a parking place at the Airport after 14 July and this little hummer is not going to even stop there.
on June 30,2014 | 02:25PM
islandsun wrote:
Anything for rail....
on June 30,2014 | 02:36PM
lokela wrote:
Here we go...
on June 30,2014 | 02:50PM
jotobuddy123 wrote:
A very small inconvenience for the greater good of Hawaii. Go rail Go!
on June 30,2014 | 03:14PM
localguy wrote:
Really? Wait until your tax bills start going up to cover the cost of subsidizing rail and all the over paid rail union workers.
on June 30,2014 | 08:07PM
Wazdat wrote:
Can you imagine this when it's up and what it will look like? Should have built a double decker freeway already.
on June 30,2014 | 05:51PM
false wrote:
That would have been a more economic and efficient solution. NO one in power has that much brain matter, Profiteering is leading the charge. Follow the money. Dollar signs should be Rails logo.
on July 1,2014 | 04:30AM
SueH wrote:
""We ask the drivers for their continued patience and understanding during the work......" FOR THE NEXT 30 YEARS!!!
on June 30,2014 | 08:53PM
Anonymous wrote:
RUSTY THE RAIL REARS ITS UGLY HEAD- AGAIN People will begin to see how large this GIANT ELEVATED CEMENT STATIONED STEEL ON STEEL SCREECHNG VIBRATING MONSTER CHOO CHOO WILL BE. WAKE UP HAWAII. Shame on the City officials who created this monster.
on July 1,2014 | 12:21AM
false wrote:
We are awake but we are powerless against the money charlatans that control the politics. They have done it now and they will harvest their riches and leave us holding the bag.
on July 1,2014 | 04:32AM
VikkiP wrote:
IRT to false it is very sad that many like yourselves feel powerless. I for one have always looked and voted for the best candidates and what they will bring to the table. We in Hawaii need to take back our government and vote these recycled politicians out of office. These incumbents came into office promising collective bargaining members a free ride and off the backs of the hard working people of Hawaii! Just look at what the unions have done I remember it took 17years to build H-1. When it was completed it was being expanded after completion because of the incompetence of our elected officials to figure out that our population was going to increase.What a waste!
on July 1,2014 | 06:37AM
inverse wrote:
Many feel powerless as they had gone so far to use voter suppression, under the guise of the election head's "math errors" to insure win for mayor and the guarantee that the rail project would go far as it did. It can still be stopped but Oahu residents, including all the union voters who let themselves be manipulated to rise up and vote for candidates like Ben who are against the train to nowhere and not be allowed to be swayed by PR campaigns from PRP, Winer, etc. No matter what Hawaii taxpayers will have lost at least 1 BILLION but that is better than losing 8-10 BILLION and ZERO possibility to build the right light rail and truly address Oahu's traffic problems by addressing the known chokepoints. By the way while UH and others schools are out, except for summer school, Kapolei residents driving to town are taking only about 40-45 minutes. The train, even when it is finished going from the Hoopili station in an empty field in Kapolei to Ala Moana center will take at least 45 minutes cause that 144,000 pound two car train has to stop every mile for 20 miles. And feeder buses from Ala Moana from a financial standpoint alone, cannot arrive an sooner than current levels so add about thirty to forty minutes MORE to get from Ala Mo to UH.
on July 1,2014 | 07:27AM
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