City Curfew Pilot Program (April 10-13, 2020)

Mayor Kirk Caldwell recently announced a pilot city curfew program that would extend from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. each day beginning on Friday, April 10 and ending on Monday, April 13.

No one will be allowed to use any mode of transportation ― from vehicles to motorcycles to bikes ― on any roads on Oahu unless they fall into a limited number of exceptions.

According to the order:

  • The curfew will start at 11 p.m. Friday and be lifted at 5 a.m. each day.
  • The pilot program will be completely lifted Monday morning.
  • The curfew extends to “anything with wheels” on the roads ― not only cars but moped, bicycles and even scooters. People will be able to walk in their communities, however.There are exceptions to the curfew for first responders and for those going to and from work or picking up medicine. Grocery shopping is not considered an acceptable activity during the curfew.

The city says that there are exceptions to the curfew for first responders and for those going to and from work or picking up medicine. Grocery shopping is not considered an acceptable activity during the curfew.

More information will be forthcoming as it is made available.

Source: Hawaii News Now, Honolulu Star Advertiser and Mayor Caldwell’s 4/9 Press Conference

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