Vehicle fire closes Young ST
Vehicle fire closes Young ST

HONOLULU - Young ST is blocked between Piikoi ST and Kalakaua AVE due to vehicle fire. Avoid the area.

Water-line installations closes roads on Maui until April
Water-line installations closes roads on Maui until April

MAUI - Starting today, lanes between Kaonoulu and east Waipuilani ST be closed as crews install a 12-inch water line. Work will take place between 8:30 AM - 3PM. Motorists should follow all traffic control signs and allow extra time to reach their destination when traveling through work area. One lane will be open in each lane via contraflow. Work is expected to end April 5th.

UPDATE: Customers are asked to conserve water following 30-inch water main break in Punaluu
UPDATE: Customers are asked to conserve water following 30-inch water main break in Punaluu

PUNALUU - BWS is responding to a 30-inch water main break near 53-480 Haleaha ST. The leak was reported at 5:00 p.m. Until the main is repaired, customers from Kaneohe to Kahuku are encouraged to use water sparingly until further notice for essential needs- such as, cooking, and personal sanitation.  Repairs are expected to continue into the night.  Expect delays in the area. 

Likelike Highway Honolulu-bound closed overnight Saturday, March 23 for tunnel maintenance
Likelike Highway Honolulu-bound closed overnight Saturday, March 23 for tunnel maintenance

Pali Highway contraflow Honolulu-bound will be open during the Likelike Highway closure hours

Gas leak turned off on Piikoi Street, all lanes back open
Gas leak turned off on Piikoi Street, all lanes back open

Hopaka, Kona and southbound lanes of Piikoi Street have been reopened.

Honolua Bay brown water advisory
Honolua Bay brown water advisory

MAUI - Brown Water Advisory has been issued at Honolua Bay on Maui. Heavy rain has resulted in stormwater runoff entering into coastal waters. The public is advised to stay out of flood waters and storm water runoff due to possible overflowing cesspools, pesticides, animal fecal matter, dead animals, pathogens, chemicals, and associated flood debris. Not all coastal areas may be impacted by runoff, however, if the water is brown stay out. Continue to practice good personal hygiene an...

Downed pole closes Kalihi ST
Downed pole closes Kalihi ST

KALIHI - According to the City and County of Honolulu Kalihi Street closed in both directions between Makuahine Street and Elua Street due to a down electrical pole.

Crash on Farrington fronting Sack N Save Nanakuli slows morning traffic
Crash on Farrington fronting Sack N Save Nanakuli slows morning traffic

Friday morning a vehicle collision along Farrington Highway slowed morning traffic. 

Moanalua FWY shutdown due to 14th traffic death this year
Moanalua FWY shutdown due to 14th traffic death this year

Thursday night Moanalua FWY was at a stand still following a traffic incident. This morning KITV4 is learning that the woman involved has died.  Honolulu police say a jeep was heading west on the freeway, near the Ahua ST overpass when it hit a woman running across the roadway. That woman believed to be in her 20's was rushed to the hospital in critical condition where she later died. The driver is okay and police are still investigating the crash, but don't beli...

BOW to install new water mains in Manoa to improve fire protection and service reliability
BOW to install new water mains in Manoa to improve fire protection and service reliability

Road work will occur Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and will involve lane closures at various locations throughout the work area.

Kauai road closed due to multiple brush fires
Kauai road closed due to multiple brush fires

Kokee Road between the Kekeha Road junction and the Waimea Canyon Drive junction remains closed until further notice.

Parts of Pali Hwy intermittently back open during weekdays
Parts of Pali Hwy intermittently back open during weekdays

"When the Honolulu-bound contraflow is in operations no Kailua/Kaneohe bound traffic will be permitted to travel through the area," the Hawaii Department of Transportation wrote on their website.