What’s New for Highways

HDOT victorious in claim against Ciber Inc.Posted on February 16, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
Weight limits reduced for bridges on Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, and KauaiPosted on February 13, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
Roving closure scheduled on the H-1 Freeway for improvement project, Feb. 13Posted on February 12, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
HDOT update on Honoapiilani Highway Realignment and Improvements at Keawe Street, February 9, 2018Posted on February 9, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
Nightly closure of westbound H-1 Freeway for the Kapolei Interchange project scheduled to begin Sunday, Feb. 11Posted on February 9, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
Weekend roadwork scheduled on the H-1 Freeway in the vicinity of Houghtailing Street beginning Friday, Feb. 9Posted on February 8, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
HDOT initiating pilot to improve traffic flow on Highway 130 by restricting access from 29th Avenue (Poni Moi) during peak morning hoursPosted on February 8, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
Request for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Project ApplicationsPosted on February 5, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
Westbound H-1 Freeway/Pearl City onramp from H-201 Moanalua Freeway closed overnight from Feb. 5Posted on February 2, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
Nightly closure of the eastbound H-1 Freeway for the Kapolei Interchange Complex, Phase 2 project continues Sunday, Feb. 4Posted on February 2, 2018 in Highways Posts, Main, News
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Current Spotlight

HDOT Highways Program Status Maps
View all state highways program data including current & future projects scheduled to begin in the next two years. Available data also includes Average Annual Daily Traffic counts and pavement conditions for state routes.

Community Presentations
DOT’s presentations from recent community meetings statewide are available. Click on the link above to see what projects are planned in your area.

HDOT-Central Federal Lands Highways Division Partnership Projects
HDOT has partnered with the USDOT Central Federal Lands Highways Division (CFLHD) to deliver ten bridge and other highway projects throughout the islands.
• Hilea Stream Bridge
• Ninole Stream Bridge
• Hanapepe River Bridge
• Bridge No. 7E
• Kapaa Stream Bridge & Mailihuna Int
• Wainiha Stream Bridges 1, 2, and 3
• Halona Street Bridge
• Hoolapa Stream Bridge (Nanahu)
• Kawela Stream Bridge
• Kipapa Stream Bridge (Roosevelt)
• Saddle Road East Side
• Saddle Road Extension
• Lahaina Bypass 1B-2
For additional details on each of these improvement projects click here.

Hawaii State Historic Bridge Inventory & Evaluation
The Hawaii State Historic Bridge Inventory & Evaluation has evaluated all state and county bridges statewide built before 1968 and assessed their preservation values to assist and provide guidance in HDOT’s future project development. A total of 708 bridges were identified and evaluated for eligibility into the Hawaii State Register of Historic Places or the National Register of Historic Places. The effort recently received a Preservation Commendation from the Historic Hawaii Foundation’s 2014 Preservation Honor Award. Visit the project’s Facebook page for more details.

Islands

GoAkamai Traffic Info

GO Akamai, photo of map app on a mobile phone

Want to check the traffic before you leave home or work? Use GoAkamai.org to see the current conditions on Oahu's freeways and highways. Now available for iOS and Android devices.

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HDOT-CFLHD Partnership Projects

HDOT-CFLHD Partnership Projects

HDOT has partnered with USDOT's Central Federal Lands Highways Division (CFLHD) to deliver ten bridge and other highway projects throughout the islands. Click here for more details.

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Hawaii Strategic Highway Safety Plan

Hawaii Strategic Highway Safety Plan

Our mission is to save lives & reduce injuries on Hawaii's roadways. Working together, we will reduce yearly fatalities from 100, to 80 or fewer, toward the ultimate goal of zero deaths.

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