DHHL News Release: Traffic Calming Measures for Nānākuli Valley ScheduledPosted on Apr 27, 2022 in Latest Department News, Newsroom
(Nānākuli, Oʻahu) – The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL), in partnership with the Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation and their contactor GP Roadway Solutions, will begin installing the first phase of traffic calming measures in Nānākuli Valley from Monday, May 2, 2022, through Friday, May 13, 2022, weather permitting.
The project to address excessive speeding in the subdivision will begin with the installation of speed tables on Nānākuli Avenue and Haleakala Avenue and a raised crosswalk across the makai crossing of Haleakala Avenue at Opuhe Street. The project also includes new signage and striping associated with installing the speed tables and raised crosswalk.
Area residents should expect construction noise and slower traffic conditions Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. during the scheduled construction period.
Future phases of DHHL’s Nānākuli Traffic Calming Project will include striped bulb-outs, speed radars, flashing beacons, new traffic signs, and changes to the bike and parking lanes.
For more information, call (808) 620-9500.
About the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands:
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands carries out Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole’s vision of rehabilitating native Hawaiians by returning them to the land. Established by U.S. Congress in 1921, with the passage of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, the Hawaiian homesteading program run by DHHL includes management of over 200,000 acres of land statewide with the specific purpose of developing and delivering homesteading.
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Department of Hawaiian Home Lands