Repair work on H-1 School Street ramps finished
The state Department of Transportation said that highway improvements and repair work on the H-1 Freeway School Street on-and-off-ramps were completed ahead of schedule.
The DOT said the $2.53 million project repaired and extended a retaining wall on the mauka-side of the west-bound on-ramp that had been structurally compromised by soil pressure from the nearby hillside. Drainage improvements were also made near the School Street off-ramp to eliminate water ponding problems at the base of the ramp.
Ramps were closed for eight months of construction by Paradigm Construction LLC.