Pupukea Road Repaving Begins May 4, 2015

29 04 2015

Pupukea Road Work May 2015

The project is scheduled to be completed in January, 2016.  Work includes: cold planing, reconstruction and resurfacing of the asphalt roadway, adjustment of utility personhole frames and covers, lane striping and marking, installation of vehicle detector loops, and locating existing personholes, valve boxes, and monuments.

Work will be done from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Residents are advised that on-street parking will be prohibited at times.  ‘No Parking Tow Away’ signs will be posted a minimum of 24 hours in advance.  Illegally parked vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense.

Motorists are reminded to observe and obey all traffic controls, posted signs, and special duty officers.  Drivers are asked to avoid unnecessary travel through the area and to consider alternate routes when possible, otherwise anticipate delays.

The contractor for the project, Grace Pacific, LLC, is responsible for coordinating local traffic.  Please call Grace Pacific, LLC at 842-3231 or AECOM at 366-2588 with concerns.

The rehabilitation project includes the following roads:Pupukea Roadwork May 2015






2 responses

8 06 2015

Aloha ernie Martin I just wanted to let you know that I support you on leaving up the barriers at laniakea beach. I ride dirt bike at Kahuku motorcross track every weekend and by leaving those barriers up makes me and other motocross riders travel a whole lot better. Kahuku is basically the only place that we can ride legally so a lot of us comes from all over the island from Waimanalo all the way to makaha just to ride there and with traffic out there it cuts into our ride time on top of that its not free to ride there we pay a an entree fee and on top of that we’re only allowed from 8am and closes at 6pm as for the beach it doesn’t really have a time limit and theres no fee to go to the beach.when the barriers wasn’t there it would be a 1 hour wait just to get through because traffic is so backed up and most of us leave super early just to beat traffic but then we block residents because we arrive at the gate to early and residents that lives by the gate get frustrated trying to exit so I say the barriers stay please fight to keep it there Mahalo and aloha.

9 06 2015

Mahalo for your voicing your concerns regarding the positive impact the barriers at Laniakea have had on traffic. It is good to hear from community members like yourself. The State Department of Transportation must now go through the Special Management Area Permit process under the purview of the City’s Department of Planning and Permitting. One of the permit requirements will be a public meeting where community members like yourself can testify in support or opposition to have the barriers in place.

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