Artists for Appleseed 2016 Gala: 9/30/16 – 5:30-9pm

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2016 Air Expo at Kalaeloa Airport Sept 24 – 10am-3pm

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Star-Advertiser 9/14/16: Contra-flow Lane Pros & Cons

Reviews of Contra-flow Lane Go Both Ways
By Jayna Omaye jomaye@staradvertiser.com
Star-Advertiser, September 14, 2016

The recent opening of a contra-flow lane on Farrington Highway in Nanakuli is generating a mixed response: Some area residents are pleased that it eases the westbound afternoon commute, while others are frustrated and concerned about eastbound traffic congestion.

The contra-flow lane, which stretches from Piliokahi Avenue to near Nanaikeola Street, was put in place more than a month ago to ease a traffic bottleneck through the 1.5-mile corridor.

The state Department of Transportation is repurposing one eastbound lane on the four-lane highway to allow for three Waianae-bound lanes and one town-bound lane during the afternoon rush hour. The project costs $700,000, most of which was funded by federal dollars, and will operate for one year.  Continue reading

Eastbound Nanakuli Contraflow Drivers: Update 

  
Some good news for eastbound drivers…the eastbound contraflow lane closure is temporary and will most likely end in late 2017. By that time, a 1.2 mile continuous 5th lane should be complete in Nanakuli, which will serve as a turning lane in the morning. The hope is to secure funding to turn the 5th lane into a contraflow lane in the afternoon. This will hopefully help to alleviate both eastbound and westbound traffic during peak hours.
Furthermore, DOT is conducting a study of the feasibility of extending the 5th lane to Hakimo Road:

https://21maile.com/2016/09/12/nanakuli-5th-lane-study-being-conducted-by-dot/
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