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School starts Monday (Aug 3), police urge caution on one-way traffic

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Big Island police are reminding Hilo motorists that one-way traffic patterns on portions of Waiānuenue Avenue and Kapi’olani Street will take effect on Monday morning, August 3, as schools open for the fall semester.

From 7:15 to 8 a.m. on school days, traffic on Waiānuenue Avenue between Komohana Street and Kamehameha Avenue is one-way in the makai direction. During the same hours, traffic along Kapi’olani Street between Waiānuenue Avenue and Haili Street is one-way in the Puna direction.

Police are reminding all motorists to be on the lookout for students walking to and from schools island wide.

One Response to “School starts Monday (Aug 3), police urge caution on one-way traffic”

  1. damon says:

    Many public schools have already started.

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