County of Hawai`i - Traffic and Roadwork

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Reckless Driving

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Road Hazards

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Road Closure Requests

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State Highway & Roads Maintenance

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Traffic signals and stop signs are considered emergency repairs. Please call 961-8341 between 7:30am - 4:00pm. After hours, call police at 935-3311.


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  • If a street light is out or stays on all day, please let us know. Click to report
  • The taking or defacing of traffic signs is against the law. Offenders or violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent possible according to the law. Click to report
  • To request markings or report markings that are faded or need attention, please fill out the online form. Click to report
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Road Alerts


Kamehameha Avenue will close tonight to move concrete barriers

Kamehameha Avenue will close tonight to move concrete barriers

Between the hours of 8:00 PM to 5:00 AM tonight, (October 20) Kamehameha Avenue will close from Ponahawai Street to the Canoe Landing entrance.

The Pauahi Street/Bayfront Highway intersection will remain open, however; no turns will be allowed on to Kamehameha Avenue.

Special off-duty police officers will redirect motorists at three locations:

  • The base of Wailoa Bridge to direct Hāmākua-bound motorists through a detour and onto Bayfront Highway.
  • Ponahawai Street/ Kamehameha Ave intersection to direct Hāmākua-bound motorists to use Kīlauea Avenue, and
  • At the Pauahi Street/Bayfront Highway intersection.

For additional information, contact Isemoto Contracting Co. Ltd at 769-1418.




Improvements continue on Ka‘iminani Drive to Ane Keohokāole Highway

Road reconstruction, driveway tie-ins, building retaining walls, adjusting underground utilities, drainage, and other related improvements from Ahiahi Street to Ane Keohokāole Highway will begin later this month. The contractor is working on the road shoulders through this week.

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