Pali Highway work to continue for months as contraflow begins
By Timothy Hurley firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb. 21, 2019
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Video by Cindy Ellen Russell Photos courtesy Hawaii Dept. of Transportation
Ed Sniffen, state Department of Transportation deputy director for highways, gives an update Wednesday on how long repairs to the Pali Highway are expected to last. A short-term plan is in place to provide some relief to Windward Oahu drivers.
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Ed Sniffen, Hawaii Department of Transportation, deputy director of highways, held a news conference Wednesday saying it will takes months to repair and stabilize the area around Pali Highway.
COURTESY STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Crews will be working to stabilize the slopes around the Pali Tunnels after multiple landslides that began Monday.
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The State Department of Transporation used signs to notify motorists of the Pali Highway closure on Tuesday.