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Mikionele Way Extension

October 4, 2020 Update

Aerial view of Mikionele Way Extension, and it is complete. Temple View Apartments are at the top and Naniloa Loop is at the bottom right corner of the photo. The extension is connecting the apartments and the loop. The two ends of the Mikionele Way is closed by fences.

September 28, 2020 Update

A close view of Mikionele Way Extension from Naniloa Loop side. The asphalt pavement looks complete. Temple View Apartments can be seen in the back of the photo.

September 14, 2020 Update

A close view of asphalt pavement on the roadway from Naniloa Loop side. The pavement and sidewalks look complete. Housing Office Building can be seen in the back.

August 12, 2020 Update

Although the Mikionele Way Extension Project is nearing completion it will not be open for use. It will be used as a staging area for upcoming projects of a parking lot and a new TVA Building.

The map of the Mikionele Way Extension project plan. Naniloa Loop is on the right-hand side and Temple View Apartments A-Z (TVA) is on the left-hand side of the Mikionele  Way Extension. The area below the Extension and next to the Loop is marked as Jobsite Offices. The area right above the Extension is marked as Parking. Another area above the Parking mark is marked as Building 1.

August 5, 2020 Update

July 27, 2020 Update

July 20, 2020 Update

July 6, 2020 Update

July 1, 2020 Update

Mikionele extension curbing started this week, next week sidewalks will be started. The sidewalk work will continue for two weeks.

June 24, 2020 Update

June 8, 2020 Update

May 25, 2020 Update

The intent of this road is to provide an additional/alternate route to access the back of campus. This roadway will allow service vehicles to service the FM area and construction sites without intruding on the Academic Oval. With the extension from TVA to Naniloa Loop this important secondary route will soon be complete which will improve campus operations and reduce vehicle trips on the Academic Oval. Not only will this improve the efficiency of servicing campus, it will also improve safety for students, staff, and faculty in the center of campus.

Mikionele Road Closure, May 26-June 2


Mikionele Road will be closed during work hours near the Housing Office Building for one week starting Tuesday, May 26 until Tuesday, June 2 as they put in a water pipe across the road. The road will reopen each evening. Pedestrians need to follow signs and use crosswalks for safety during this project.

The next phase of the Mikionele Way extension will begin the week of May 11. Mikionele Way (the road that goes from the back gate of PCC and around the Heber J. Grant Building and the Stake Center) will be extended from the Housing Office Building to Naniloa Loop. As a result, the construction area will be fenced off around the entire project. The project will take about four months and finish sometime in September 2020.

Fence installation will start on May 13 and construction will begin on May 18. Heavy equipment and trucks will access the site from Naniloa Loop to keep Mikionele Way open for university traffic. For safety reasons, pedestrians approaching this area should follow the posted construction signs.

Mikionele Way (the road that goes from the back gate of PCC and around the Heber J. Grant Building and the Stake Center and through some of the Temple View Apartment buildings) will be extended from the Housing Office Building to Naniloa Loop next the Mauka Front Field and Teacher Education Building. The project is estimated to be complete in September of 2020.
A grading plan for the proposed Mikionele Way extension and construction area going from the edge of the Multi-Purpose Center parking lot and the Housing Office Building, past Temple View Apartment Building Z and connecting to Naniloa Loop with an additional small parking lot near the Teacher Education Building and Naniloa Loop. The entrance to the small parking lot is from the Mikionele Way extension about midway between the Housing Office Building intersection and Naniloa Loop.