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Road repairs back up traffic on H-1 freeway

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 02:54 p.m. HST, Apr 30, 2013

Motorists heading towards town on the H-1 freeway between the Waiawa Road overpass and the Pearlridge/Waimalu offramp experienced heavy traffic from about 10 a.m. until after 2 p.m. because of road repairs.

The two left lanes in that stretch of freeway were closed for road repairs, part of an on-going project.

Cars were still backed up at about 2 p.m. as crews finished their work, but transportation officials expected the backlog to eventually clear.

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olos73 wrote:
State closes this area on Sundays, and now on a weekday? Isn't work also done late at night like 9 p.m. to early morning?
on April 30,2013 | 10:59AM
boshio wrote:
All freeway work should be done at night. The state as well as C&C doing day road work to simply impress upon everyone that they are at work fixing roads as they promised. In the meantime we are forced to sit in traffic, spend more on gas, spend less time at home and hope to not get into a road rage situation. One day soon we will be THE WORST TRAFFIC city in the nation.
on April 30,2013 | 12:46PM
olos73 wrote:
Yeah, we're #2 and trying for #1.
on April 30,2013 | 01:22PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Now if the city did not go for its train, then the state could have gone for the H-4. Oh well, one politician's gain is another's loss.
on April 30,2013 | 01:37PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
HSA's own smartphone traffic app by Google shows that traffic is easing. When it first started this morning it was worse than morning rush hour.
on April 30,2013 | 01:34PM
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