Road work planned around West Hawaii


Alternating lane closures in both directions are planned this week on Mamalahoa Highway for guardrail installation between mile markers 92.5 and 96.5, in the vicinity of Kaapuna to Kaohe in South Kona, according to the state Department of Transportation.

Alternating lane closures in both directions will also be in effect on Mamalahoa Highway for roadway widening work near the highway’s intersection with Waikoloa Road in South Kohala, according to the department.

Alternating lane closures will also be in effect on Mamalahoa Highway for pavement striping and guardrail installation between Uluoa Street and Old Kona Village Road in the vicinity of Makalei in North Kona, according to the department.

Alternating lane closures will also be in effect on Mamalahoa Highway for guardrail installation near mile marker 114 in the vicinity of Kainaliu in North Kona, according to the department.

Alternating lane closures in both directions are also planned this week on Mamalahoa Highway for guardrail installation between Kiloa and Rabbit Hill roads in the vicinity of Captain Cook in South Kona, according to the department.

Alternating lane closures will also be in effect on Akoni Pule Highway for roadway reconstruction between mile markers 21 and 24 in the vicinity of Hawi and Kapaau in North Kohala, according to the department.

Crews will be working from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and Friday. Crews will not work on July 4 in the observance of the Independence Day holiday. Road work is weather permitting.