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Roadside barriers remain standing on north shore

Residents are wondering why they are still stuck with the blocks that were placed as an interim fix to ease traffic

By Marcel Honoré

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 30, 2014

~~<p>The concrete barriers at popular Lani&shy;akea Beach were supposed to be a temporary fix to help keep the traffic flowing along Oahu's famed North Shore, but six months after workers installed them, it's unclear how long &quot;temporary&quot; will be.</p>
<p>When the barriers went up in late December to block cars, vans and buses from parking along a patch of dirt some 200 yards long, state transportation officials said they would study the impacts of the move and decide whether to keep the concrete in place.</p>
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The concrete barriers at popular Lani­akea Beach were supposed to be a temporary fix to help keep the traffic flowing along Oahu's famed North Shore, but six months after workers installed them, it's unclear how long "temporary" will be.

When the barriers went up in late December to block cars, vans and buses from parking along a patch of dirt some 200 yards long, state transportation officials said they would study the impacts of the move and decide whether to keep the concrete in place. Login for more...



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