DOT celebrated the completion of Honolulu Harbor’s Pier 2 Passenger Terminal Enhancement Project. The six-phase project began work in Sept. 2010 to improve traffic circulation, passenger signage and interior aesthetics at the existing Pier 2 cruise ship passenger terminal.
Senator Daniel K. Inouye and the DOT celebrated the completion of the Honolulu Harbor Pier 29 Container Yard Reconstruction Project was dedicated in a ceremony today. $24.5 million (85-percent) of the total project funding made possible with a federal stimulus TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) Discretionary Grant, part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
Traffic and other procedures have been placed into effect for Pier 2 as of 12:01 a.m., April 27, 2012 to restore efficiency, security and safety of passengers. Please click the link below for details. Read the notice
Beginning Wednesday, February 22, the Hilo Harbor cruise ship passenger screening area will be relocated from inside Pier 1 Shed to the outside walkway. The Pier 1 Shed will undergo roof rehabilitation, utilities upgrades and other improvements at a cost of $53,482. Tents and utilities will be installed creating a weather-protected area for passengers and staff.