A live traffic screenshot showed major slowdowns along the H-2 freeway in Mililani this morning. (Courtesy Google Maps)
A traffic camera screenshot showed traffic backing up this morning along the H-2 freeway following multiple vehicle accidents. (Courtesy GoAkamai)
All lanes of the H-2 freeway in Mililani have been reopened following multiple vehicle accidents that forced lane closures of the freeway in both directions.
Police reported the closures around 8:30 a.m. The lanes were reopened around 11:30 a.m.
No serious injuries were reported.
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wild west out there
At the time of my post the second photo is clearly of the H-1 just past the merge. Monday a breaking story of a vehicle fire on the H-3 stating the Kaneohe bound lanes were shut down when clearly the vehicle was at the Camp Smith exit. Who is writing this? C’mon.
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“A traffic camera screenshot showed traffic backing up this morning along the H-2 freeway following multiple vehicle accidents.”(Courtesy GoAkamai)
P.S. Many drivers continue to drive distracted, incapable of proper lane change and / or have now clue how to merge. Oh and the posted speed limit does not apply to them, too fast too slow equally as dangerous. Can’t drive catch Uncle Frank’s limo – DaBus!
Passing showers make for a very slippery road surface. Time to slow down and increase following distance.
What does a screenshot of the H1/H2 merge (close to LCC) have to do with the accidents that happened on the H2 by the Mililani Tech Park (close to Leilehua Golf Course, Oceanic office, etc.). It’s miles away…Won’t affect traffic at the H1/H2 merge.