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From left to right: Kahu Daniel ‘Kaniela’ Akaka Jr.; Ed Sniffen, HDOT Deputy Director of Highways; Cindy Evans, State House of Representatives; Dru Mamo Kanuha, Hawaii County Council Chair; Chad Goodfellow, Goodfellow Bros., Inc. President; Ford Fuchigami, HDOT Director; Steve Goodfellow, Goodfellow Bros., Inc. CEO; Ed Brown, Goodfellow Bros., Inc. Director of Operations; Nicole Lowen, State House of Representatives; Mayela Sosa, Federal Highways Administration Division Administrator.

Groundbreaking for Queen Kaahumanu Hwy widening project

This project consists of the widening of the highway from a two-lane to four-lane highway from Kealakehe Parkway to Keahole Airport Road.

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Stene: Irked over stalled highway projects

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Governor releases $12.4M for highways, harbors

MEDIA RELEASE Further energizing Hawaii’s construction industry, Gov. Neil Abercrombie has released more than $12.4 million for capital improvement projects (CIP) to increase safety and improve, expand and maintain transportation infrastructure across the state. “Our highways and harbors provide us with a fundamental transportation link that we depend on economically and socially,” Abercrombie said. “By […]

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Update: Highway 190 re-opens after being closed due to a chemical spill

Hawaii Police Department reports Highway 190 near the 16 mile mark has been reopened to all traffic

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Stene: Better communication needed

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Stene: Disappointed in road projects’ progress

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Stene: Questions around Queen K project

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The project will add two additional lanes, a median, and a new signalized intersection at the entrance of the National Park. Before physical work can begin, a few things must be accomplished including an archeological survey to ensure the protection of cultural resources.

Update on Queen Kaahumanu Highway widening project

The project will add two additional lanes, a median, and a new signalized intersection at the entrance of the National Park. Before physical work can begin, a few things must be accomplished including an archeological survey to ensure the protection of cultural resources.

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Person killed in Queen Kaahumanu crash (July 12) identified as Waimea man

A 38-year-old Kamuela man died Thursday (July 12) from injuries he sustained in a three-vehicle crash on Queen Kaʻahumanu Highway at the 82-mile marker in North Kona. The driver who was killed was identified as Christopher M. Landers of a Kamuela address.

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Queen Kaahumanu Highway widening out to airport will not begin before September

State has $175.5M in road projects slated for West Hawaii

Queen Kaahumanu Highway widening out to airport will not begin before September

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Queen Kaahumanu Highway widening to start in 2012

Queen Kaahumanu Highway widening to start in 2012

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Phase II of the Queen Kaahumanu Highway widening project is slated to start in early 2012, according to state Department of Transportation officials who met with the community Wednesday at Kealakehe High School. The $76 million project has been delayed to address concerns expressed by Native Hawaiian groups about archaeological remains. Up […]

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Three injured in West Hawaii vehicle crash

Three injured in West Hawaii vehicle crash

Hawaii 24/7 staff A two-vehicle accident Monday afternoon on Queen Kaahumanu Highway sent three people to Kona Community Hospital. Hawaii 24/7 has learned a vehicle traveling northbound on Queen Kaahumanu Highway apparently failed to yield the righ-of-way and turned left at the intersection of the access road into Kona International Airport. A sport utility vehicle […]

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Oahu-based military units will convoy from Pohakuloa Training Area to Kawaihae Harbor Aug. 24-25, between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., via Saddle Road, Mamalahoa Hwy., Waikoloa Road, Queen Kaahumanu Hwy., and Akoni Pule corridor.

Expect traffic delays as convoys travel between PTA and Kawaihae this week

Oahu-based military units will convoy from Pohakuloa Training Area to Kawaihae Harbor Aug. 24-25, between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., via Saddle Road, Mamalahoa Hwy., Waikoloa Road, Queen Kaahumanu Hwy., and Akoni Pule corridor.

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Around 8:05 p.m. Sunday, Kona Patrol officers responded to a reported vehicle/mo-ped accident at the intersection of Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway and Kealakehe Parkway. A witness said the vehicle was traveling south on Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway and preparing to turn left onto Kealakehe Parkway when it struck the mo-ped in the intersection and then continued its left turn onto Kealakehe Parkway without stopping.

Vehicle crashes into mo-ped, leaves rider with severe head injuries

Around 8:05 p.m. Sunday, Kona Patrol officers responded to a reported vehicle/mo-ped accident at the intersection of Queen Ka’ahumanu Highway and Kealakehe Parkway. A witness said the vehicle was traveling south on Queen Ka’ahumanu Highway and preparing to turn left onto Kealakehe Parkway when it struck the mo-ped in the intersection and then continued its […]

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