9/11 processions will close roads
Next week's two walks to mark the sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks will shut down several streets.
Mayor Mufi Hannemann is holding his second annual Remembrance Walk tomorrow, closing several streets in the downtown area from 6 to 9 p.m.
The march, which begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Honolulu Police Department and ends at Honolulu Hale, will shut down these streets:
» South Beretania Street, from Hale Makai to Alapai streets.
» Alapai Street, between South Beretania and South King streets.
» South King Street, from Punchbowl to South streets.
» Kapiolani Boulevard, from Curtis to South streets in the Ewa direction.
» South Street, from South King to Halekauwila streets.
» Queen Street, from Punchbowl to South streets.
» Halekauwila Street, from Richards to South streets.
» Richards Street, from Queen to Halekauwila streets.
» Punchbowl Street, from South Beretania to Halekauwila streets.
» Ala Moana Boulevard left-turn lane onto Halekauwila Street.
The city also warns motorists that on-street parking in these areas will be banned from 5 to 9 p.m.
Operation Homefront is also holding a walk 9 a.m. Tuesday at Main and Valkenburgh streets with more than 800 children from the Holy Family Catholic Academy, St. George's Preschool and Nimitz Elementary School participating.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. Tuesday and also is available at www.operationhomefront.net/hawaii.