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Waialae Ave. work finally pau

By Marcel Honoré

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 11, 2014

~~<p>For at least a year and a half, Waialae Avenue has more resembled an obstacle course -- with barriers and torn-up surfaces -- than an actual public street for commuters in Kaimuki.</p>
<p>However, despite requiring six more months of work and costing some $2.4 million more than the city had expected, the bustling roadway has finally been repaired and restored -- relieving travelers of the bumpy and often hazardous ride through that stretch of Honolulu.</p>
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For at least a year and a half, Waialae Avenue has more resembled an obstacle course -- with barriers and torn-up surfaces -- than an actual public street for commuters in Kaimuki.

However, despite requiring six more months of work and costing some $2.4 million more than the city had expected, the bustling roadway has finally been repaired and restored -- relieving travelers of the bumpy and often hazardous ride through that stretch of Honolulu. Login for more...



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