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Posted on: December 2, 2021

Mahalawa Bridge - Hana


For Immediate Release                                

December 2, 2021 


Approaching weather system to postpone Mahalawa Bridge                 

 work planned for this weekend 

Work to be rescheduled in January


A weather disturbance near Hawaii Island, and a threat of heavy rain throughout the state, has postponed planned work on the Mahalawa Bridge at Mile Marker Post 43 on Piilani Highway this weekend. Goodfellow Brothers, LLC and the County of Maui’s Department of Public Works expect the work to be rescheduled in January of 2022.


Due to the possibility of road washouts caused by flooding, visitors planning to visit Hana during the rainy weather should return to Central Maui by way of Hana Highway (not Piilani Highway). 


The Department of Public Works apologizes for any inconvenience to the public. For additional information, call the Department of Public Works Engineering Office at (808) 270-7745.

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