Aiea and Halawa city roadwork
AIEA, Hawaii - As part of Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s continued focus on improving city infrastructure, resurfacing and other roadwork is scheduled to begin on Monday, April 16 on various streets in the Aiea and Halawa areas, barring any weather-related delays.
The project includes, but is not limited to: cold planing; resurfacing and reconstruction of asphalt concrete pavements; adjustment of utility manhole and handhold frames and covers; installation of new traffic signals; installation of pavement markings and vehicle loop detectors; reconstruction of existing concrete curb and/or gutters; and installation of concrete curb ramps, permanent pavement markings and vehicle loop sensors.
The work hours will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays, with a construction contract of 365 calendar days.
Motorists are advised to observe and obey all traffic controls, posted signs and special duty police officers and to proceed with caution through the construction area. Drivers should anticipate delays due to detours, lane and/or road closures, and allow extra travel time while driving through the work areas.
On-street parking will be prohibited during working hours, so observe the dates and times on posted roadway signs. Illegally parked vehicles may be towed if necessary at the owner’s expense.
Motorists are advised to proceed with caution through the construction areas. Contractor Grace Pacific LLC is responsible for coordinating local traffic to include residents, deliveries, trash collection and emergency services. For any questions or concerns, please call Grace Pacific at (808) 845-3661.
The following streets will be affected by this resurfacing:
‘Aiea Heights Drive
Hale Momi Place
Pali Momi Street
So far in 2018 the city has repaved 100 lane miles throughout O‘ahu, adding to the 1,774 lane miles that have been resurfaced since January of 2013, for a total of 1,874 lane miles.