Mililani offramp closed this weekend
The Mililani offramp in the southbound direction of the H-2 freeway and a lane on Meheula Parkway are closed this weekend as part of a multimillion-dollar road rehabilitation project, state Department of Transportation officials said.
The roadways are closed for pavement resurfacing around the clock until Monday at 4 a.m. The closures and detours include:
» H-2 freeway southbound offramp to Mililani Mauka and Mililani Town (exit 5).
Mililani Town-bound motorists from Wahiawa are advised to use Kamehameha Highway. Mililani Mauka-bound motorists from Wahiawa should use Kamehameha Highway or turn around at the Ka Uka Boulevard offramp (exit 2), re-enter H-2 in the northbound direction and exit to Mililani Mauka (exit 5-A).
» Mililani Town-bound lanes on Meheula Parkway.
Lanes will be closed and traffic contra-flowed using a Mililani Mauka-bound lane from the H-2 interchange to Kuahelani Avenue. Mililani Town-bound motorists cannot turn from the contra-flow lane, and Mililani Mauka-bound motorists cannot turn left onto Kuahelani Avenue.
Electronic message boards are posted to notify motorists of the closures.
The $16.2 million rehabilitation project will also close the Mililani Mauka offramp in the northbound direction of H-2 (exit 5-A), Monday through Thursday, between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Mililani Mauka-bound motorists are advised to use Kamehameha Highway or take H-2 freeway to the Mililani Town offramp (exit 5-B), turn right onto Meheula Parkway and make a U-turn at the Kuahelani Avenue intersection.
The rehabilitation project will reconstruct the pavement at the H-2 freeway Waipio interchange, Mililani interchange and Kipapa Stream Bridge. It also includes the replacement of guardrails, traffic signs, pavement markings and lane striping.
The project started in April and is expected to be finished at the end of the year.