Kalihi Traffic Impacts • Late Feb – May 2019

Kalihi Traffic Impacts • Late Feb – May 2019

Aloha! Maui Kupono Builders, LLC has been contracted by the City & County of Honolulu to perform rehabilitation of streets on North King Street, from Ola Lane to Peterson Lane, including Poepoe Place. Please see map showing areas affected. The construction activity in Kalihi area is anticipated to begin on or about late February with a completion date of May 2019. The project includes but is not limited to milling and resurfacing of the asphalt concrete pavements; reconstruction of identified curbs and/or gutters; tree mitigation by a qualified arborist that could including pruning,…continue reading →
Kapālama Kai Plan • 03-01-2019

Kapālama Kai Plan • 03-01-2019

Learn about the Kapālama Kai Plan by Kamehameha Schools   We invite you to come to this KBA luncheon as Kamehameha Schools (KS) initiates a community outreach for its Kapālama Kai Plan, a long-term vision and land use plan for 105 acres of commercial lands in the Kapālama region. Presenters Hilarie Alomar, Cathy Camp, Haunani Fujimoto, and Hailama Farden will share with the KBA how they align their strategic goals, commercial properties, educational outcomes, and community building to direct a renewed vision for the Kapālama Kai area. Susannah Wesley Community Center • 1117…continue reading →
Community & Business Meeting – CCUR Proj. • 12-4-2018

Community & Business Meeting – CCUR Proj. • 12-4-2018

Nan, Inc. and the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation will be holding an informational meeting to provide businesses and residents with details about the ongoing and upcoming utilities relocation work for the Honolulu Rail Transit Project. Staff members will be available at the meeting to answer questions. Click here for the informational flyer.  TUESDAY DEC 4, 2018 Kalihi Kai Elementary School Cafeteria 626 McNeill Street • Honolulu, HI 96817 6:30 p.m. Registration and Open House 7:00 p.m. Program Begins 8:30 p.m. Meeting Ends For more information, please call HART’s 24-Hour Project Hotline at…continue reading →
Rising to the Challenges of Resilience & Adaptation • 11-28-2018

Rising to the Challenges of Resilience & Adaptation • 11-28-2018

The Iwilei/Kapalama district has been formally designated as an area of major population (housing) growth, however sea-level rise and deficient infrastructure systems challenge this long-term vision. The City and County of Honolulu is beginning to develop detailed strategies for building out the district in a manner that prioritizes resilience in the face of a changing climate and rising seas. The City invites you to an evening presentation by Piet Dircke—Global Leader of Water Management for Arcadis in Rotterdam, Netherlands—who is considered a leading global expert in urban resilience, flood protection, water management, and…continue reading →
CCUR Traffic Impacts • 11-05-18

CCUR Traffic Impacts • 11-05-18

CITY CENTER UTILITIES RELOCATION Week of November 5, 2018 Night time utility work continues this coming week as part of the City Center Utilities Relocation for the Honolulu Rail project. Nan, Inc. will continue working in a few areas of Dillingham Boulevard this coming week. Please see below for the detailed breakdown. Dillingham Boulevard Between Alakawa Street and Kaaahi Street Traffic will be reduced to a single lane eastbound and westbound weeknights between 7:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. The left-turn lane from westbound Dillingham Boulevard into the Costco parking lot will be intermittently…continue reading →
D.O.T Traffic Update

D.O.T Traffic Update

TRAFFIC UPDATE (DOT): Saturday, Oct. 20, to Friday, Oct. 26 — LIKELIKE HIGHWAY — 1) KALIHI (WEEKEND WORK) Right lane closure on Likelike Highway in the Kaneohe-bound direction in the vicinity of Valley View Drive on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., for maintenance work. 2) KALIHI One to two lanes closed on Likelike Highway in the Honolulu-bound direction between Emmeline Place and School Street on Monday, Oct. 22, through Friday, Oct. 26, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., for guardrail and maintenance work. 3) KALIHI One to two lanes…continue reading →
TOD Luncheon • Update

TOD Luncheon • Update

Working on Connecting the Community Thank you to all who attended the KBA’s Connecting the Community: TOD Luncheon, on Friday, October 12. Harrison Rue and Renee Espiau from Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) shared with us the future vision of the Kalihi area development. They discussed the short-term projects that will impact us in the near future as well as projects that will affect the community 30-40 years down the line. We plan to continue to organize these types of events to keep you informed of the coming changes that could impact you, your business,…continue reading →
Membership Renewal

Membership Renewal

Renew Your KBA Membership Mahalo for your support of the Kalihi Business Association (KBA). This is a friendly reminder that it's time to renew your annual membership for 2014. Your membership allows KBA to continue a tradition since 1948 to promote and represent the interests of the Kalihi community by: - Building relationships in the community - Promote business growth and development - Supporting education through our school partnerships KBA undertakes many noteworthy projects, including annual scholarship awards to Kalihi area school graduates and the annual Kalihi Christmas Parade, one of Oahu's oldest…continue reading →
HART Traffic Update • Oct 2018

HART Traffic Update • Oct 2018

TRAFFIC UPDATE: Monday, October 1, 2018 to Friday, October 5, 2018 KALIHI LOCATION: Kamehameha Highway between Middle Street and Laumaka Street Daytime: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday Alternating lanes of eastbound and westbound Kamehameha Highway will be closed. LOCATION: Kamehameha Highway between Laumaka Street and Puuhale Road Daytime: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday Alternating lanes of eastbound and westbound Kamehameha Highway will be closed. IWILEI LOCATION: Dillingham Boulevard between Kohou Street and Kokea Street Nighttime: 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., overnights Monday to Friday The left-turn lane…continue reading →