Back To School Traffic

August 4th, 2014
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Is it just me or does back to school traffic breed in multiples people who shouldn't be on da road?

Riding in to work today, it was all backed up cause one Tacoma decided to take out dis motorcyclist before da Aiea Heights overpass. There was glass all ovah but luckily da motorcyclist was on his feet and ok and da truck nevah look too buss up about a 100 feet further down da highway from da motorcyclist.

And to think.... I would have been "there" if I left on time too! For watevah reason, I was taking pictures of completed t-shirt jobs which I could have done aftah work but decided to do it before I left home.

Wassup Wit Dat!

Then of course - dare I say funny.... or bachi - had one accident directly across da median west bound on H1 cause from wat was speculating on da radio, dat Tacoma was rubbah necking da motorcycle accident going east bound, spun out and got turned sideways. Go figgah.

Now had two accidents backing up traffic to Kauai and Lana'i cause people get all kine nuts wen it comes to back to school traffic.

Wat is it about back to school traffic dat brings out da worse in people? How come gotta get all pupule out there? If you late, you late. Tailgating and weaving doesn't get you there hours faster and there is absolutely no one to blame wen you late....... unless you decide to drive a big rig with a load too tall and hit an overpass.

'Nuff said








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3 Responses to “Back To School Traffic”

  1. Surfdad:

    Makes me NUTS TOO!

    If people would learn to drive our traffic situation would be a whole lot better and we wouldn't have these major back-ups because of accidents. My solution is HPD should be patrolling the freeway from 4-6am cause that's when the freeway is moving fast enough for people to weave in and out of lanes and cause an accident. I bet if HPD studied what time all these accidents happened it would be before 6am.


  2. Lowtone123:

    Not only da lolo drivas no can drive but they only concerned about dem and no mo aloha fo da odda drivas on da road.


  3. Cojef:

    Traffic issues are seasonal like the weather. Each season introduces new drivers to the highways creating a new phenomenon that otherwise was not there to break the routine established after a while. This new elements will eventually adjust and become part of the norm. This has been my observation after driving to downtown LA from Orange County for 15 years.