Road resurfacing projects on the way

NAWILIWILI — The Kaua‘i County Council on Wednesday approved a Public Works Department list of proposed county roads to be resurfaced in Fiscal Year 2012, starting July 1, 2011 and ending June 1, 2012.

The bulk of the work is estimated at $8.55 million, and is divided into five districts islandwide.

County Engineer Larry Dill, in a formal letter to the council, said a list of roads to be considered for resurfacing is maintained by the Roads Maintenance Division.

Roads are added after input from Roads Maintenance personnel or the public, he said. The division head inspects all the roads and prioritizes the ones for resurfacing, considering pavement condition, volume of traffic, potential liability if deferred and grouping of roads, Dill said in the letter.

Proposed roads to be resurfaced:


Kapaka Road

Kalamania Road

Kalamania Place

Kalihiwai Road

Kamane Road

Poha Road


Moa Road

Kula Mau‘u Road

Kua Hale Road

Papau Street

Papau Place

Luawai Place

Ohu Road

Malakia Street

Elika Place

Alewina Place

Kalika Place

Kalika Street

Kome Street

Lokene Street

Ioana Street

Apelila Street

Kahuna Road

Waiakea Road

Ninaulia Street

Hulu Road

Ho‘omana Place

Mauna Ikena Road

Kalama Road

Kipuni Place


Helena Lane

Auwaha Road

Hale Place

Likelike Place

Nana Place

Halakhiki Place


Kele Street

Kalapaki Road

Paena Loop

Eha Street

Noi Street

Eono Street

Elima Street

Hianhina Street

Ainakea Street

Ekolu Street

Ho‘olako Street

Kapena Street

Kapena Place

Pulapula Place

Ho‘olako Place

Aioloalo Place

Oihiohi Street

Poinciana Street

Oxford Street

Fuji Street

Inouye Street

Hironaka Street

Jerves Street

Nakamura Street

Kali Road


Oluolu Road

Makanui Road

Keoniloa Place

Hoohu Road

Akemama Road

Aulima Road

Anuenue Road

Huapoo Road

Lawailoa Lane


Kane Road

Ali‘i Road

Eleu Road

Mokihana Road

Koko Road

Addendum 1: Waimea

Akialoa Road

Alae Road

Kala Road

Addendum 2: Collector roads

Anahoa Road

Hauaala Road

Mailihuna Road

Moi Road


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