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Posted on: June 29, 2022

Kahana Nui Bridge replacement project announced

The Department of Public Works announces that work to replace Kahana Nui Bridge in West Maui will require the closure of a portion of Lower Honoapiilani Road in the vicinity of the bridge for nearly seven months. The project also includes work on underground utilities.

Goodfellow Bros. LLC is the contractor on the $5.3 million project. Construction is scheduled for July 5, 2022, to Jan. 27, 2023. Affected residents are being informed, and electronic sign boards have been installed.

Work includes demolition and removal of the existing bridge structure and replacing it with a new bridge with driveways, curbs and sidewalks, signs and roadway striping.

Work hours and days are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.

Traffic will be detoured along Lower Honoapiilani Road and Honoapiilani Highway. Motorists are asked to follow instructions on traffic control signs and from personnel directing traffic on site.

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