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Posted on: November 21, 2022

Early morning road closure planned for Market Street, Nov 28-30

Early morning road closure planned for Market Street, Nov 28-30 

Pre-dawn traffic between Main and Vineyard Streets to be detoured 

for holiday lighting replacement

 

 

The County of Maui’s Department of Management and the Department of Public Works announce the closure of Market Street in Wailuku, between Main and Vineyard Streets, from     3 a.m. to 6 a.m., from Monday, Nov. 28 thru Wednesday, Nov. 30. The closure is needed to accommodate replacement of existing holiday lighting on Market Street.  Motorists are advised to use alternate routes during the early morning hours when crews will be working. 

 

“As Wailuku town enters the festive season, I encourage residents and visitors to support the unique shops, galleries and small businesses in the area,” said Mayor Michael Victorino.  “We deeply appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding and let’s all share an extra bit of holiday aloha in the coming weeks.”

 

For the latest Wailuku Town improvement projects, visit www.WailukuLIVE.com.

 

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