Nanakuli Turn Lane Update

The Nanakuli turn lane is still on schedule to be completed by the end of the year. Here is a project status update:
Route 93 — FARRINGTON HIGHWAY INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS AT NANAKULI AVENUE & HALEAKALA AVENUE

Progress/Schedule

Construction Phase

NTP Date: 11/10/14

Percent Complete: 56%

Cost: $ 13.6 Mil

Scope

THE SCOPE OF WORK FOR THE SUBJECT PROJECT INCLUDES INSTALLING AUXILIARY LEFT-TURN LANES FROM FARRINGTON HIGHWAY INTO HALEAKALA AVENUE AND NANAKULI AVENUE; INSTALLING SIDEWALKS; AND RELOCATING UTILITIES, TRAFFIC SIGNALS, RAILROAD TRACKS, A BIKE LANE AND HIGHWAY LIGHTING.

Other Information

Project Number: STP-093-1(22)

Starting Milepost: 4.85

Ending Milepost: 5.64

Point of Contact: SAMUEL ROMBAOA

Email: Samuel.P.Rombaoa@hawaii.gov
Here is information regarding a link to learn about other HDOT projects:
On Jul 20, 2017, at 3:47 PM, Sniffen, Edwin H <edwin.h.sniffen@hawaii.gov> wrote:
Aloha Senators and Representatives:
DOT Highways has recently included project status data on the DOT Website. This data includes all projects to be delivered into construction in the next 2 years. The data is open to the public and is accessible at the following link:
http://histategis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=f69cd64b5d9a43b08ad6620d07b5e4c4
or through the DOT website, hit home tab, Highways, Major Projects, and Project Map.
A map showing lines on our transportation system will allow the viewer to locate projects along the federal highway system. Alternatively, the viewer can click on the “View a PDF list of Projects by Area” tab located on the right side of the screen. This will allow the viewer to view all projects in a list format. 
This is our first roll out of the information, and we will continue to add content to the page. If you would like information on a project you don’t see, have questions about the site, or have suggestions to make it better please feel free to email me.
Mahalo,
Ed

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8/17/17 — Huliko‘a Kaiāulu Scholar Speaker Series — 5:30pm

The following announcement comes from Kamehameha Schools:

Aloha kākou,

Since 2014, Huliko‘a Kaiāulu has provided 40 presenters the opportunity to share their manaʻo, research, and future plans with this community. Over 1100 people have come to learn and be inspired by their mo‘olelo and educational journeys. This year, in the spirit of continuing the message of Mālama Honua and honoring Hōkūle’a, our topics and presentations will revolve around navigation and wayfinding.

Join us on Thursday, August 17 @ 5:30 p.m. to hear from Kainani Kahaunaele, Ānuenue Punua, Kēhau Enos, and Bonnie Kahapeʻa. They will each share the direct impact of traditional Polynesian navigation and the teachings of Grand Master Navigator Pius Mau Piailug on their lives as women voyagers. All of them have used the teachings of Papa Mau and their own personal voyaging experiences as guiding stars in their families, lifestyles, careers, and communities.

Through education each of these women have spread Mau teachings in classrooms, through music, hula, outdoor hands on educational programs and much more.

Join us as they share original musical compositions, hula, and stories of their journeys since sailing with Papa Mau 18 years ago and waʻa related educational opportunities.

Don’t forget to check out the Kamehameha Schools YouTube channel for past speaker’s videos: Huliko‘a Kaiāulu Playlist.

To help us prepare for these events, RSVP by calling 670-2045 or e-mailing clcprograms@ksbe.edu. Please feel free to forward this message to others.

Huliko‘a Kaiāulu, “Explorations of the Kaiāulu breeze”, is brought to you by Kamehameha Schools, INPEACE, and UH Hawaiinuiākea.

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