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No additional APEC parking restrictions so far today, city says

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    Bus service on the number 9 route from Palolo to Pearl Harbor is detoured to a temporary bus stop on Makaloa Street while Kapiolani Boulevard is closed for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meetings.
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City Managing Director Doug Chin this morning reported that there are no additional parking restrictions on the first day of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference.

At the city’s daily early morning briefing at Honolulu Hale at 6:15 a.m. Chin said that Kapiolani Boulevard between Kalaukala avenue and Kaheka street was closed to cars beginning at 6 a.m. around the Hawai’i Convention Center.

Chin said initial reports indicate that ridership on city buses has increased this week.

He also reiterated that the city on its website — http://www1.honolulu.gov/mayor/apec+calendar.htm  — has created a calendar tool that summarizes the affect APEC will have on city services and lists parking restrictions and street closures.

 

 

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