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Honolulu bound lanes on Pali Highway reopened

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 04:34 a.m. HST, Feb 18, 2014


Honolulu police closed the Pali Highway in the Honolulu direction because of downed trees.

Police announced the closure at 10:42 a.m. Monday, after the trees fell at about 10:30 a.m. near the hairpin turn.

All Honolulu bound lanes on Pali Highway from Castle Junction were reopened around 11:40 p.m.

Earlier Monday, police closed roads in Kalihi along Likelike Highway and Nalanieha Street in the Kaneohe direction because of a downed tree, police said.

The closure was reported at about 4:16 a.m. and the roads reopened before 5 a.m.

There were several reports of downed trees overnight and Monday morning on Likelike Highway and Pali Highway.






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paniolo wrote:
The State needs to cut back trees along Likelike and Pali highways. Every year this keeps happening.
on February 17,2014 | 10:40AM
hanabatadayz wrote:
can't do that or the tree huggers will sue
on February 17,2014 | 01:20PM
Bully wrote:
Poor state management of their highways.
on February 17,2014 | 11:23AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Bully, wouldn't you think it's a Federal case to maintain the Federal government property along Pali Highway?
on February 17,2014 | 01:52PM
gmkhawaii wrote:
BLAME the OUTDOOR CIRCLE !!!!!!! and The SIERRA CLUB !!!!! when Mufi was mayor, crews started to cut back trees along the Pali , tree-huggers with the OUTDOOR CIRCLE and SIERRA CLUB put a stop to it. about two months later a tree fell onto a vehicle with two females heading to work just outside the pali tunnel. you will NEVER see any of these tree-huggers assisting with clean up, with ANY type of help for those that are INJURED because of falling trees and such. it probably would be to traumatic for them seeing a tree laying across the roadway!!
on February 17,2014 | 03:26PM
control wrote:
I see the neo-con nut cases are out in force today....Its the vegetation that is holds the soil in place. Cut the trees too much and you'll have even more landslides. We're having a wetter than average winter and the soil all over thie island is saturated. Result is landslides and tree falls. Get over yourselves.
on February 17,2014 | 03:40PM
gmkhawaii wrote:
Hey DINGLE-BERRY....it's NOT about cutting the vegetation YOU E. D. OTT! .it's about removing the TREES that are TALL enough and CLOSE enough to the roadway that if it should ever FALL that it would not FALL onto someone walking, driving or riding in a vehicle that could cause severe injury or even YOUR DEATH!!!! it's about PREVENTING the possibility of that happening but then again some people are about REACTION than ACTION.
on February 17,2014 | 06:16PM
gmkhawaii wrote:
hey out of CONTROL, the trees falling on the Pali and Likelike were due to the HIGH-WINDS, NOT the ground being saturated! unless ground saturation means that a very large tree would break at its stump 4 -5 feet from the ground due to ground saturation, as you stated.
on February 17,2014 | 06:20PM
gmkhawaii wrote:
TREE HUGGER !
on February 17,2014 | 06:21PM
Skyler wrote:
THey just reopened the highway from Castle to town.
on February 17,2014 | 10:44PM
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