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  • Hawaiian Electric Traffic Advisoy Utility work at Bethel/Chaplain starts Tuesday, 11/1, ends 12/6/2022

Utility work at Bethel/Chaplain starts Tuesday, 11/1/2022, ends 12/6 /2022

Work scheduled 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., no weekends or holidays

HONOLULU, Oct. 28, 2022 -- Hawaiian Electric contractors will be returning to the intersection of Bethel Street and Chaplain Lane in downtown Honolulu for repairs and upgrades to underground utility equipment starting Tuesday, Nov. 1, until Tuesday, Dec. 6, excluding weekends and holidays. This is an extension of a project that began in July.

The routine maintenance work will close Chaplain Lane, between Nuʻuanu and Bethel streets, and restrict parking in the vicinity of the job site from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during the work days.

Safety measures, including directional signs, arrow boards and traffic cones, will be in place to alert and guide motorists. Flagmen and special duty police will provide onsite traffic direction. Motorists are urged to drive with caution when approaching and passing the work site and to plan alternate routes as necessary.

About Hawaiian Electric Company (HECO)
Hawaiian Electric serves 95 percent of Hawai‘i’s 1.4 million residents on the islands of Oʻahu, Maui, Hawaiʻi, Lānaʻi and Molokaʻi. Established in 1891, Hawaiian Electric is committed to empowering its customers and communities by providing affordable, reliable, clean and sustainable energy.


Hawaiian Electric Company is dedicated to our community in which we live, work and serve. Rooted in Hawaii and one of the largest companies in the State, Hawaiian Electric takes the concept of malama pono -- to care for and serve -- to heart. The company and our employees have a long tradition of contributing with dollars, time and talent. Corporate citizenship is crucial to Hawaiian Electric's overall business plan because strong communities are essential to the success of the company, our employees and our customers.

Company and employee volunteerism is encouraged and employees volunteer for dozens of non-profits throughout the State. Hawaiian Electric's corporate giving philosophy gives priority to projects that help families, promote education and protect the environment.

The company also sponsors robotics programs and events that promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) education and careers.

For nearly a decade, Hawaiian Electric volunteers provided manpower, bucket trucks and ladders to install Christmas lights at the Kaimuki Community Park and playground before the annual Kaimuki Christmas Parade in December, and in 2019 company volunteers repaired the "floating" Christmas tree at Puʻu O Kaimukī Mini Park with new multicolored, energy efficient LED light strands.

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