Road crews will begin marking traffic patterns to delineate traffic lanes for motorists and pedestrians on to Kilauea Avenue between Pauahi Street and Ponahawai Street starting today for the next two weeks, weather permitting.
Traffic will be shifted around the crew and their equipment and no lanes will be closed.
Tuesday, March 5 and for the remainder of the week, traffic patterns will be marked on to Kilauea Avenue between Pauahi Street and Aupuni Street and manholes adjusted. This is expected to take five to six days.
Monday, March 11, Kilauea Avenue between Kukuau Street and Ponahawai Street is scheduled for road surface marking and manholes adjusted. This is expected to take three days.
Drainage improvements will also resume at the corner of Kukuau Street and Kilauea Avenue during the week of March 11.
Street parking will be affected between the hours of 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday to Friday due to shifting traffic patterns.