HDOT NEWS RELEASE: OAHU LANE CLOSURES FOR THE WEEKEND OF DEC. 11 – DEC. 13, 2020

PLEASE NOTE:

Lane closure schedules might change during any time but serve notice.
All projects are continue permitting.

— H-1 FREEWAY —

1) PEARL CITY TO WAIPAHU (WEEKEND WORK)

Right line closure on a H-1 Freeway in a westbound instruction between a Pearl City Offramp and a Kunia Exit on Saturday, Dec. 12, from 5 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., for stick replacements.

2) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Lane shifts and closure of adult to 3 lanes on a H-1 Freeway in a westbound instruction on a Airport Viaduct between a tie to Nimitz Highway and Middle Street on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Monday, Dec. 14, from 7:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m., for striping work.

  • Two lanes might be sealed starting during 7:30 p.m.
  • Third line will be sealed after 9:30 p.m.
  • 2 Lanes will sojourn open to trade during all times.
  • No ramp closures.

3) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Two line closure on a Waikiki/Nimitz Highway offramp (Exit 18A) from a H-1 Freeway in a eastward instruction on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., for The Rail project.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

4) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Full closure on a eastward Airport offramp (Exit 16) to Paiea Street/Aolele Street on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., for The Rail project.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

5) KAIMUKI (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Three left line closures on a H-1 Freeway in both directions between a Koko Head Avenue overpass and a Waialae Interchange on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 8 p.m. to 5:30 a.m., for aspect diagnosis work.

— H-201 MOANALUA FREEWAY —

1) MOANALUA TO HALAWA (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Two line closures on a H-201 Moanalua Freeway in a westbound instruction between a Fort Shafter/Ahua Street offramp (Exit 4) and Stadium/Halawa/Camp Smith offramp (Exit 1E) on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., for highway construction.

— FARRINGTON HIGHWAY (ROUTES 93/930) —

1) NANAKULI (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Two line closure on Farrington Highway with contraflow in a remaining lanes between Pohakunui Avenue and Helelua Street on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m., for cement reconstruction.

2) WAIANAE (WEEKEND CLOSURE)

Right line closure on Farrington Highway (Route 93) in a eastward instruction between Maipalaoa Road and St. John’s Road on Monday, Dec. 14, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m., for a Maipalaoa Bridge Replacement project.

The eastward shoulder and right line will be sealed over a 24-hour period, 7 days a week. Two lanes will sojourn open in a eastward instruction and one line in a westbound instruction for morning rush hour. For afternoon rush hour, dual lanes will be open in a westbound instruction and one line in a eastward instruction around 3 p.m.

3) WAIPAHU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Lanes will be sealed as indispensable on Farrington Highway (Route 7101) in both directions between Fort Weaver Road and a H-1 Freeway Overpass (near Leeward Community College), on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, over a 24-hour period, for The Rail.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

— KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY (ROUTES 80/83/99) —

1) KALIHI (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Lane closure on Kamehameha Highway in both directions between Middle Street and Laumaka Street on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, over a 24-hour period, for The Rail.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

2) MILILANI (WEEKEND WORK)

Left spin line closure on Kamehameha Highway (Route 83) in a southbound instruction in a closeness of Ka Uka Boulevard on Saturday, Dec. 12, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., for waterline work.

3) SALT LAKE (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Lane closure on Kamehameha Highway (Route 99) in both directions between Center Drive and Nimitz Highway on Sunday, Dec. 6, by Friday, Dec. 11, over a 24-hour period, for The Rail project.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

— LIKELIKE HIGHWAY (ROUTE 63) —

1) KANEOHE (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Alternating line closure on Likelike Highway (Route 63) in both directions in a closeness of a Wilson Tunnel on Friday, Dec. 11, by Saturday, Dec. 12, from 9:30 p.m. to 4 a.m., for restriping work.

— NIMITZ HIGHWAY (ROUTE 92) —

1) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Up to dual line closures on Nimitz Highway (Route 92) in a westbound instruction between Pacific Street and River Street on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m., for striping work.

2) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Lane closure on Nimitz Highway in a eastward instruction between Lagoon Drive and Sand Island Access Road on Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., and from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m., for The Rail project.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

3) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Right line closure on Nimitz Highway (Route 92) in a eastward instruction between Aolele Street and Elliott Street on Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., for The Rail project.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

— ALA MOANA BOULEVARD —

1) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Up to dual line closures on Ala Moana Boulevard in both directions between Piikoi Street and Ala Moana Park Drive on Sunday, Dec. 13, by Friday, Dec. 18, from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., for striping work.

— LAGOON DRIVE —

1) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Lane closure on Lagoon Drive in both directions between Aolele Street and Nimitz Highway on Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m., for The Rail work.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

2) HONOLULU (WEEKEND WORK)

Lane closure on Lagoon Drive in a northbound instruction between Aolele Street and Waiwai Loop on Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., for The Rail work.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299.

— ALA AUANA STREET —

1) HONOLULU (WEEKEND WORK)

Intermittent stoppages on Ala Auana Street in a eastward instruction on Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., for The Rail project.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299

— AOLELE STREET —

1) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Full closure of Aolele Street in a eastward instruction in a closeness of a Airport fee booths on Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., for The Rail project. Motorists will be detoured to Rodgers Street.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299

2) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Lane closures on Aolele Street in both directions between Aolewa Place and Lagoon Drive on Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m., for The Rail project. Traffic will be detoured.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299

3) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK)

Closure of a westbound onramp from Aolele Street to a H-1 Freeway on Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m., for The Rail project. Traffic will be detoured.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299

— UALENA STREET —

 

1) HONOLULU (WEEKEND/NIGHT WORK) Full closure of Ualena Street nightly Sunday night, Dec. 13, by Friday morning, Dec. 18, from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., for The Rail. Motorists and pedestrians will be detoured and on travel parking will not be allowed.

One-way trade in a westbound instruction will take place daily, from 4 a.m. to 8 p.m.

See HART website (https://www.honolulutransit.org/inform/traffic) for additional information or call a rail hotline (808) 566-2299

Traffic Inbox: Brevard Intersection Too Dangerous to Cross

BREVARD COUNTY — The intersection of Wickham Road and Pineda Causeway is too dangerous, even regulating a crosswalk, according to a Brevard County resident.

Pete Loop takes his bike everywhere, including during Wickham Road and Pineda Causeway.

 “Even yet there’s a timer on there and we step out, cars are coming, and they don’t even see me and they don’t even give me a possibility to cross,” Loop said.

It’s not all drivers’ fault.

When Loop is watchful to step into a crosswalk, he’s distant from a intersection and partially dark by bushes. The crosswalk watchful plcae creates it formidable to see for northbound Wickham Road drivers wanting to spin to eastward on Pineda Causeway.

“They don’t see me when I’m crossing,” Loop said.

Brevard County engineers pronounced a intersection is formidable since of a vast distance and a lopsided angle of Pineda to a east.

“In response to this reserve concern, staff has evaluated a intersection and identified ways to urge walking safety,” Brevard County orator Don Walker said. “Signage will be combined to remind motorists roving north and branch right onto Pineda to demeanour for and produce to pedestrians in a crosswalk.”

In addition, they’re going to cut down on foliage during a dilemma in sequence to revive a line of steer to a crosswalk and walking curb.

Loop pronounced he hopes it helps.

In a meantime, he pronounced he’ll have to take his chances channel a street.

To contention a trade emanate or doubt for a destiny story, finish a Traffic Inbox form on a Spectrum News 13 website.

Best Buy says some-more PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S batch is entrance tomorrow

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The 2020 lineup — PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S — will be on sale during Best Buy on Dec. 15. 


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Best Buy will have some-more next-gen consoles for sale on Tuesday, giving those looking to measure a new PlayStation or Xbox before Christmas another shot. 

The sale will “go live someday after 8 a.m. Central Time” (9 a.m. ET, 6 a.m. PT) a association writes in a blog post. Those PS5 and Xbox consoles will be sole online only, yet they can be picked adult during a Best Buy store regulating a retailer’s curbside pickup option. 

Here are a links to a company’s pages for all 4 consoles: 

Despite going on sale over a month ago, a new PlayStations and Xboxes sojourn impossibly formidable to find. Best Buy’s twitter announcing that it will have some-more batch on Tuesday was retweeted over 1,600 times within 50 mins of going out. 

It wasn’t immediately transparent how many batch of possibly complement would be accessible or if Best Buy would be fixation those meddlesome in a practical reserve identical to Sony’s proceed for determining trade when offered a PlayStation 5 directly on a website. CNET has reached out to Best Buy and will refurbish if a association responds.

See also: Sony PS5 vs. Microsoft Xbox Series X: The best new diversion console for holiday 2020

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New Website Creates Online Marketplace for Local Makers

We are stability to hear pleas from business owners seeking people to emporium tiny and emporium internal this holiday deteriorate — though what if there’s a approach to do that safely from home?

Capital Region Handmade was an suspicion Susan Merrick had only a few weeks ago after realizing many of her builder friends were carrying difficulty possibly removing trade on their possess sites; fighting foe from large box retailers, generally with reduction feet trade in stores; or only not being means to sell their things this holiday deteriorate with a cancellations of so many qualification shows due to COVID-19. So with some assistance from a friend, they got a site adult and using only in time for a holidays.

“Right here in their possess community, they can find so many unique, good products,” Merrick said. “So what we suspicion competence only be a list or a spreadsheet that we competence share, we thought, ‘You know what? It competence be improved as a website.’ “

So Merrick, a striking engineer and art executive by day, who creates tender gardens with selected pottery and glassware as a side hustle, reached out to her crony and former co-worker Josh Shea, a web designer. Together, they put together a website, that launched on Thanksgiving Day, in a integrate of weeks.

“I consider this is unequivocally a initial time in this segment that all of these artisans are encapsulated into one place … oftentimes these things are so segmented, we know, ‘Hey, I’m looking for still for a marriage invite, so I’ll go to The Knot,’ ” Shea said. “You never unequivocally consider to say, ‘Is there a calligrapher in a region?’ You know some of these niche things, we only wouldn’t indispensably consider as a consumer, ‘Hey, we can get this locally, we can support a internal business.’ And we consider that’s where a advantage lies.”

So far, it’s been impossibly profitable for Louis Sanders, owners of Item Get, a self-proclaimed emporium of hand-crafted equipment for geeks and gamers.

“The forms of things that we offer aren’t things that we would routinely find during a qualification uncover or see during a qualification uncover … though we adore articulate to people about stuff. That’s given we make a lot of these things  … given we indeed caring about these things,” Sanders said. “We can speak during length about a Dungeons and Dragons diversion or we can speak about video games. People get unequivocally excited; they’re singular gifts. we try to offer things that we can’t unequivocally get online.”

Sanders, who’s creatively from Troy, changed behind upstate to Cohoes from Brooklyn over a summer. While he’s creation connectors locally, it’s been severe to get in front of people with a pandemic. He listened about Capital Region Handmade from a friend, and given a site launched, he’s already gotten about dozen orders from shoppers who found him by it.

While things are going well, Merrick and Shea are already meditative of ways to assistance continue a success over a holidays. They are exploring how to grow a site, supplement some-more functionality for creators and customers, and are even deliberation charity in-person selling events when COVID-19 restrictions are carried and it’s protected to do so. For now, Merrick is only blissful her prophesy is reality.

“I get so most fun and benefit from assisting other people and compelling their extraordinary work … given I’m unequivocally creation a disproportion and I’m conference smashing things from people,” Merrick said. “So many people have said, ‘Thank we for doing this— this is so inexhaustible of we to do it,’ and we kind of only wanna say, ‘Well, we indeed am removing something out of this too; this, to me, we love. It’s my passion plan and I’m so happy I’m finally doing it.”

Capital Region Handmade already has about 100 opposite internal makers on a site – all from timber crafts, to plant gardens like Merrick creates or Sanders’ singular geek gifts to stationary, baked goods, photographers and so most some-more — and they’re adding new businesses each day.