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SoCal Kid:

--- Quote from: oscar on April 07, 2019, 09:11:19 PM ---Interstates in Hawaii are part of a separate Interstate network from the mainland's. The I- prefix is reserved for the lower 48. Hawaii's network uses H-. The unsigned Interstate networks of Alaska and Puerto Rico are respectively A-__ and PRI-__.

Hawaii's Interstates are sometimes referred to as "Interstate H-__" (not "I-H-__"), but more often just by route number with "H" included as part of the route number. Sometimes route markers have hyphens after the H, but usually not.

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Thanks!  :)

I was in Oahu a week ago, some quick observations:
-HI 61 Pali Hwy crossing between Honolulu and Kaneohe had storm damage back in February, and is only open 5am-9am in the Kaneohe to Honolulu direction and in the opposite direction 3pm-7pm.  It is expected to fully reopen in August.
-Saw quite a few abandoned and stripped cars on the side of some roads, similar to what I saw in Maui a decade ago when their junkyards closed, but not as bad.
-H1 west of HI76 is at 60mph, as is H3 on the Honolulu side of the tunnels.
-This stretch of Kalakaua Ave coming into Waikiki is interesting, one lane goes on the "wrong" side of the divider:,-157.8346471,3a,75y,132.39h,95.51t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1scXsa567CCuGRTu3gHYDQ7A!2e0!7i13312!8i6656


Hawaii to Patch Potholes on Oahu these affected roads are
Kamehameha Highway at Ke Iki Road in Haleiwa; Kamehameha Highway near Foodland in Pupukea; and Likelike Highway in the Kalihi-bound direction before Valley View Drive,

I’ve become very familiar with H-1, H-2, H-3, H-201 over the past week and I’m noticing a lot of new guide signs in Series D, especially near the western end of H-1. They look good!


Likelike Hwy in Oahu will get repairs on March 6th


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