MILILANI, HI (CNN) -- Some zigging and zagging center lines have some drivers scratching their heads in Mililani, Hawaii.
It turns out it's a temporary center line made from tape and applied by hand after the road was repaved.
The construction company that did the work says it's just a temporary fix until the asphalt cures.
It says rain on Friday caused problems with the lines.
It also said the temporary lines only serve as a lane divider and are not required to be straight.
Workers returned to the site Monday morning to reapply new tape.
A city spokesman says the contractor bears the cost of the temporary line, not the taxpayers.
Straighter, permanent striping is set to be painted on in about a week-and-a-half.