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Traffic Signal Work at Intersection of Waiale Road, Kuikahi Drive

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The flashing yellow arrow was installed at the Kahului corner of West Kamehameha and Kane Avenue, and means that a motorist should turn left with caution as they make sure to yield to oncoming traffic.

Flashing yellow arrow displays will be installed for all left turns on the traffic signal at the intersection of Waiale Road and Kuikahi Drive in Wailuku, the County of Maui’s Department of Public Works announced today.

Work to convert the traffic signals is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday. The traffic signal will not be operating while work is ongoing. Personnel will be at the intersection to direct traffic.

Motorists should expect delays, and are urged to drive with caution and follow all traffic control instructions.

The county installed its first left-turn signal with flashing yellow arrows in June 2014 at the intersection of Kamehameha Avenue and Kane Street in Kahului.

A flashing yellow arrow means that left turns are allowed, but drivers must yield to oncoming traffic and pedestrians, and turn with caution.


For more information, contact Myles Padron with the Department of Public Works Highways Division at 270-7910.



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