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State finishes night work on Wahiawa bridge ahead of schedule


    The Karsten Thot Bridge in Wahiawa on Jan. 26. Work crews have completed night work on the bridge ahead of schedule.

The night work requiring a single lane closure on Kamehameha Highway across the Karsten Thot Bridge in Wahiawa has been completed ahead of schedule, the state Department of Transportation reported.

Crews will continue to repair and repaint the Karsten Thot Bridge during daytime construction hours, which do not require lane closures.

For more information, please visit the project website at or call the project hotline at (808) 518-4576.

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    • This is the first time in decades DOT has finished anything ahead of schedule.

      Lets not forget the last times the state tried to work on bridges and created nightmare traffic jams due to the willful, utter incompetence of DOT to professionally plan the project, traffic control, get the job done on time to standard.

      Not to worry. Expect DOT to return to the project and redo work not done to standard, change orders, the usual shibai.

  • One out of hundreds of jobs and you’re proud? Oh, by the way, you’re not done yet. Painting is a part of the job; isn’t it? If only the State and County would perform routine maintenance, the State would be in better condition financially.

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