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Honolulu – The Hawaii Department of Transportation is honored to be selected for the 2014 National Planning Excellence Award for Transportation Planning by the American Planning Association.  HDOT’s Statewide Pedestrian Master Plan was chosen as part of the best planning efforts that create communities of lasting value. Hawaii’s Statewide Pedestrian Master Plan prioritizes pedestrian safety, ...
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LAHAINA — Gov. Neil Abercrombie and representatives of the Hawaii State Department of Transportation (DOT) today joined members of the community on Maui to dedicate and open the second phase of the Lahaina Bypass Highway. The second phase, which is officially known as the Honoapiilani Highway Realignment, Phase 1B-1, stretches for 1.7 miles from Lahainaluna ...
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KAHULUI — The state Department of Transportation, Highways Division broke ground on the Kahului Airport Access Road, Phase 1, on Friday, November 8, 2013.  A small ceremony was held to bless and kick-off the project this morning. The Kahului Airport Access Road, in conjunction with an HDOT Airport’s Division project for the Airport Loop Road, ...
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HONOLULU – The state Department of Transportation (HDOT), Highways Division, will be holding a public informational meeting to discuss the findings of a traffic study analyzing existing traffic conditions in the Mililani Mauka area, specifically at the H-2 Freeway Mililani Interchange.    As part of the assessment process, a public informational meeting is scheduled at the ...
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PERMIT APPLICATION TO OPERATE OVERSIZED AND OVERWEIGHT VEHICLES ON STATE HIGHWAYS (PDF FILE 3.35MB) 1. WHERE TO APPLY: Oahu District 727 Kakoi Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96819 Phone: (808) 831-6712 (See: District Offices) 2. APPLICABILITY: All proposals to operate or transport oversize and overweight vehicles and loads over State highways. 3. PERMIT REQUIREMENTS: (1) Application for ...
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Landscaping in Highway Right-Of-Way

Posted on Dec 27, 2012 in Main

The State Department of Transportation announces Safe Routes to School (SRTS) informational workshops. These workshops will provide participants with knowledge and skills to provide sound SRTS programs in order to make walking and bicycling safer and more appealing for children. Community leaders, school officials, health and transportation professionals, law enforcement officers, and parents and neighbors are encouraged to attend and participate for the SRTS strategies.

08/09/12 HONOLULU — As part of the annual “Beat the School Jam” campaign, the state Department of Transportation (DOT) announced today plans to postpone construction-related lane closures during daylight hours on major highways on Monday, August 20, through Friday, August 24, to alleviate traffic congestion during the week when approximately 40,000 university, college, and private ...
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