What’s New for Support Services
- Public notice announcing proposed overall triennial Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal - June 30, 2022
- Update: Single lane closure of Farrington Highway in Mākaha for speed hump install, starts July 5 - June 30, 2022
- Nighttime paving work of Kalanianaole Avenue in Keaukaha begins Tuesday, July 5 - June 30, 2022
- July 4th weekend expected to be busy at Hawaii airports - June 29, 2022
- Raised crosswalks to be installed near Hauula Elementary, Laie Elementary, Kahuku High & Intermediate, and Rainbow School - June 24, 2022
- Construction work inside Zipperlane June 28-30 - June 24, 2022
- Multi-lane, nighttime closure of Kūhiō Highway starts Monday, June 27 - June 24, 2022
- Ramp closures scheduled at the Pearl harbor Interchange for pavement marking work - June 23, 2022
- Full closure of the westbound H-1 Airport offramp (Exit 16) for concrete repairs - June 23, 2022
- Data collection pilot for road conditions begins on Oʻahu - June 23, 2022
Coronavirus information and resources
The HDOT Airports Division (HDOTA) works closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Hawaii Department of Health as well as multiple federal, state, county and private agencies regarding the Coronavirus. The Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) is one of 20 airports in the country with a CDC Quarantine Station. For information regarding the Coronavirus and Hawaii’s airports please click here.
We’re hiring! The Hawaii Department of Transportation has various job openings in the Airports, Highways and Harbors Divisions. If you are interested in joining our team and helping move the state’s transportation goals forward click on the link, find an open position and apply as soon as possible! Check back regularly for new lists of open positions.
HDOT’s Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure and Energy Savings Project
Sustainable Transportation Forum
The Hawaii sustainable transportation forum provides stakeholders of various transportation sectors, the discussion opportunity to ensure that environment, social and economic considerations are factored into decisions affecting transportation activities that can be sustained into the indefinite future without causing irreparable harm to future generation of Hawaii.
Hawaii State Legislature
While the Hawaii State Legislature is in Session, HDOT monitors the thousands of bills that have been introduced and could become law. For those bills that we believe could impact the way we do business, we submit written testimony expressing our support, opposition, or concerns. HDOT’s testimony can be found on the Legislature’s website.