Keaiwa Bridge

The Keaiwa Bridge Project consisted of the replacement of the Keaiwa Stream Bridge, the removal of the temporary detour road and the rehabilitation of the endposts of Kaalaala Stream Bridge, Hionamoa Stream Bridge and Moaula Stream Bridge.
The new Keaiwa Stream Bridge is 40 feet wide curb to curb and is an approximate length of 230 feet long. The bridge abutments, wingwalls and piers are constructed with reinforced concrete.
The bridge rail heights meet National Cooperative Highway Research Program standards in order to accommodate bicyclists.