Oahu road weekend lane closure schedule: Nov. 1-7

Here’s this weekend’s schedule of lane closures on Oahu. (Lane closure schedules may change at any time without further notice. All projects are weather permitting.)

— H-1 FREEWAY —

SALT LAKE TO HONOLULU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
6 p.m.-midnight Saturday through Monday: Two right lanes in the westbound direction between the Airport off-ramp (Exit 16) and the Hickam off-ramp (Exit 15B). All ramps to and from the airport will remain open.

Airport Viaduct improvements include concrete deck replacements, expansion joint repairs and pavement restriping. Work is located between the Pearl Harbor Interchange and the Keehi Interchange.

— H-3 FREEWAY —

AIEA
9 p.m.-4 a.m. Sunday through Friday, Nov. 7: All on- and off-ramps at the Halawa Interchange to the Airport Viaduct in both directions for utility installations.

— KAMEHAMEHA HIGHWAY —

MILILANI
8:30 p.m.-4:30 a.m. Sunday through Friday, Nov. 7: Both directions between Ka Uka Boulevard and Lanikuhana Avenue for road reconstruction, resurfacing and installation of striping and markers.

General traffic will be re-routed to the H-2 Freeway, but local traffic access for Kipapa Gulch residents has been coordinated to be escorted through the project site as needed. Advisory message boards have been placed near Ka Uka Boulevard and Lanikuhana Avenue with the work schedule.

— NIMITZ HIGHWAY —

HONOLULU
6 p.m.-midnight Saturday through Monday: Two right lanes in the westbound direction between Elliott Street and Main Street as a safety precaution due to deck repairs happening above.

— VINEYARD BOULEVARD —

HONOLULU
7 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday: Two lanes in the westbound direction for road repaving work.

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