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Freeway lane closures planned for Mililani, Kapolei

State officials are warning drivers of lane closures due to road work in Mililani and Kapolei.

Three northbound lanes of the H-2 freeway will close from 9 p.m. today to 4 a.m. tomorrow between the Pineapple Road Overpass and Kipapa Bridge in Mililani for pavement replacement work. The state Department of Transportation will reopen the lanes after that but will again close them continuously from 9 p.m. Friday through 5 p.m. Sunday.

The DOT said two northbound lanes will remain open at all times by opening up the shoulder lane. Drivers can use Kamehameha Highway as an alternative to avoid the area.

In Kapolei, the DOT will close the H-1 freeway eastbound between the Palailai Interchange and the Farrington Highway Overpass nightly from 9 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. starting Sunday through March 3.

The Kalaeloa Boulevard on-ramp to the H-1 freeway eastbound will also close. Motorists will be detoured to Kalaeloa Boulevard from the Campbell Industrial Park off-Ramp (Exit 1A) and can continue eastbound on Kapolei Parkway, Kamokila Boulevard or the Wakea Street on-ramp.

Crews will be working on the Kapolei Interchange Complex phase 2 project. Special-duty officers will be stationed along the route.

Additionally, city crews will be restriping the centerline of Manoa Road from the intersection of East Manoa Road to Oahu Avenue from 8 a.m to 3 p.m. Saturday. The city is advising drivers to avoid the area or use alternate routes. Local traffic will be able to access the area but TheBus Route 5 may be impacted, the city said.

All road work is weather permitting.

For more information on DOT roadwork, visit hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/roadwork.

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