Holiday Advisory 01-15-02

PHONE: 961-2305
JANUARY 15, 2002


Police are advising Hilo motorists that because Big Island schools will be closed, there will be normal two-way traffic patterns on Waianuenue Avenue and Kapiolani Street on Monday (January 21, 2002).

The usual weekday morning one-way traffic patterns will not be in effect because public schools will be closed for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a state holiday held in honor of the slain civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner.

The one-way traffic patterns will start again when school resumes on Tuesday (January 22, 2002).

During school days, traffic on Waianuenue below Komohana Street is one-way in the makai direction from 7:15 to 8 a.m. on school days. During the same hours, traffic along Kapiolani between Haili Street and Waianuenue is one-way in the Puna direction.

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