Vineyard Blvd. resurfacing project begins

Vineyard Boulevard
Vineyard Boulevard

The state Dept. of Transportation is reminding motorists that the Vineyard Blvd. resurfacing project begins Monday.

The $8.8 million project will resurface 10.5 lane miles of Vineyard Blvd. from Palama St. to the H-1 Freeway on-ramp east-bound.

The roadwork will require lane closures primarily during the day, but will include some ramp closures and nighttime work for bus pads.

“There will be some lane closures at night,” said Dept. of Transportation spokesperson Caroline Sluyter. “There are only four bus pads and we’ll be alerting the public as to when that’s happening, so those will be good nights to avoid Vineyard Blvd. and try one of the alternate routes.”

Lane closures will begin as early as 8:30 a.m. and finish by 3:30 p.m.  Some on and off ramps will be closed on weekends during different times throughout the project.

Motorists are advised to use Nimitz Hwy. and Dillingham Blvd.

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