Not a comprehensive listing of "What's Open, What's Pending" after Tropical Storm Lane's downgraded weather status!
For those who usually work on Saturday(s), call/text/email your employer for update.
Be fun to stay safe and dry indoors and visit websites or social media accounts (#NormalDay!)
Shelters The 20 shelters open across Oahu will remain open Saturday (August 25, 2018) until 12 p.m. At last count there were 1,072 people in these shelters. City buses will be used for special service to transport people from these shelters to where they were picked up. This will begin around 10 a.m. Saturday.
City Parks All 299 city parks will re-open on Sunday (August 26, 2018). The exception is Hanauma Bay, which will remain closed Saturday (August 25, 2018) and Sunday (August 26, 2018). Lifeguards will continue to place themselves in mobile units through Saturday, and then return to their towers on Sunday. The Honolulu Zoo and golf courses will likely re-open on Sunday (August 26, 2018), barring any standing water that may affect the playability of these courses.
#Oahu #Lane update as of 5PM 8/24: Kailua bound lanes of Pali Hwy at tunnels to remain closed until the slope is cleared. Left lanes of H-3 at Harano closed for staging. Farrington Hwy EB and one lane WB open. Closure due to MVC on Kamehamema Hwy between Ka Uka and Lanikuhana.— Hawaii DOT (@DOTHawaii) August 25, 2018
On Saturday, August 25, 2018, via TheBus and TheHandi-Van:
- Reverse Evacuation Services - Buses will provide evacuees service leaving the evacuation shelters starting at 10:00 am.
- TheHandi-Van will be providing service on Saturday.
- TheHandi-Van Reservations will begin service at 8:00 am and will take same day, Sunday and Monday reservations.
- TheBus will resume regular Saturday service after 6:00 am, with the exception of the Express Routes W1, W2 & W3, which will operate as scheduled.
- TheBus Information office will begin service at 5:30 am.
- TheBus and TheHandi-Van service will be Fare Free all day Saturday, 8/25/2018.
via Hawaiian Airlines: Please see below for a summary of Hawaiian Airlines and ‘Ohana by Hawaiian flight cancelations, as of 4 p.m. HST (August 24, 2018). We are re-accommodating guests impacted by cancelations on other flights.
We encourage all guests flying with us to please check their flight status here and be cautious when traveling to and from Hawai‘i airports.
Saturday (Aug. 25)‘Ohana by Hawaiian - all flights between HNL and JHM, and all morning flights between HNL and LNY and MKK are canceled due to Hurricane Lane. The remaining flights to LNY and MKK are subject to weather conditions.Canceled ‘Ohana by Hawaiian flights:
Today (Aug. 24)
HA153 HNL-LIH – mechanical
HA354 LIH-HNL – mechanicalHA222 HNL-ITO – weather
HA291 ITO-HNL – weather
HA373 HNL-LIH – operational adjustment
HA384 LIH-HNL – operational adjustment
HA38 OGG-SAN - weatherHA201 ITO-HNL – weather
HA101 ITO-HNL - weather
HA346 HNL-OGG – weather
HA37 SAN-OGG – mechanical
HA17 LAS-HNL – mechanical
HA201 ITO-HNL - weather
HA332 HNL-ITO - weather
HA587 KOA-HNL – weather
HA43 SJC-HNL – mechanical
HA11 SFO-HNL – mechanical
All ‘Ohana by Hawaiian flights
"Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility returns to normal operations effective first shift tomorrow, Saturday (August 25th). Those employees not on a weekend shift will report on Monday (August 27th) per their normal work schedule."
The City and County of Honolulu resumes trash and bulky item collection Monday, August 27.— CCH ENV Services (@hnl_env) August 25, 2018
Three Driver’s License Offices to be open Saturday (August 25, 2018)
Honolulu – Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced today that three Driver’s License Offices will be open island-wide on Saturday, August 25 now that Lane has been downgraded to a tropical storm. Kapālama Hale will be open for a full day from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m Saturday as part of an effort to provide customers with temporary additional service options to address the increase in license renewals this year, as well as the heavy summer demand.
•All scheduled Saturday appointments will be honored.
•Special windows will be made available for those with appointments whom we were not able to serve on Thursday and Friday as well as the Saturday appointments at Wai‘anae and Ko‘olau centers which remain closed on Saturday. Please have your text confirmation or notice available.
•Walk-ins are welcome.
The Wahiawā Driver’s License Center will also be open a full day on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
•All scheduled Saturday appointments will be honored
•Walk-ins are welcome
The Kapolei Driver’s License Center will be open from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m.
•All Scheduled Saturday appointments will be honored.
•Walk-ins are welcome.
The Department of Customer Services apologizes for any inconvenience caused by closures during Tropical Cyclone Lane, and thanks the public for their patience.