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DOT holding public meeting for proposed Kalanianaole Highway work

The state Department of Transportation is holding a public informational meeting on proposed night work to resurface Kalanianaole Highway from H-1 freeway to West Hind Drive on Thursday, March 15.

The meeting is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Kalani High School cafeteria at 4680 Kalanianaole Highway.

Besides cold planing, the project consists of repaving, reconstructing weakened pavements areas, replacing loop detectors, adjusting utility manhole frames and covers, installing traffic signal light backplates with retroreflective borders on all overhead traffic signals and installing milepost reference markers, in addition to pavement markings, striping, and signing along the portion of Kalanianaole Highway.

Limiting construction to daytime hours would be more disruptive to traffic, according to state transportation officials, resulting in prolonged traffic delays and subsequent disruption to business operations. It would also lengthen the time required to complete the project, consequently increase construction costs and cause undue hardship to the motoring public.

To request an auxiliary aid or service (sign language, interpreter, specific language interpreter, designated parking, and materials in alternate format) contact Marvin Luckfield, Resident Engineer at 831-6802, or Ryan Sueyoshi, Project Engineer, at 837-8032 by March 8.

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