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Move quicker on 'Turtle Beach' fix


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 29, 2013

~~<p>Few places illustrate the principle of limited resources the way the North Shore does. Its roads and beaches can bear only so much traffic, and yet everyone wants to be there. The two-lane Kamehameha Highway provides the only route in and out of the popular region, so vehicles move slowly at best.</p>
<p>Imagine the frustration of those drivers when beachgoers intent on crossing to the beach side hold up traffic at will, scurrying across without any controls or safeguards.</p>
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Few places illustrate the principle of limited resources the way the North Shore does. Its roads and beaches can bear only so much traffic, and yet everyone wants to be there. The two-lane Kamehameha Highway provides the only route in and out of the popular region, so vehicles move slowly at best.

Imagine the frustration of those drivers when beachgoers intent on crossing to the beach side hold up traffic at will, scurrying across without any controls or safeguards. Login for more...



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