STIP Fiscal Years 2008 Thru 2011 (+2)
State of Hawaii
Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
Fiscal Years 2008 Thru 2011 (+2)
The FHWA and FTA jointly approved the 2008-2011 (+2) STIP conditionally for six months, from October 1, 2007 to March 31, 2008, due to planning process issues. During the conditional approval, major changes, that include adding new projects or completely deferring an existing project out of the 2008-2011 (+2) STIP, were not allowed. Minor changes, such as deferrals or advancements of existing projects within the STIP were allowed. However, during this time projects in the conditionally approved STIP were able to seek funding as they became ready.
Since the conditional six-month approval of the 2008-2011 (+2) STIP by FHWA and FTA, the STIP has undergone three revisions. HDOT re-submitted the revised STIP to FHWA and FTA for further approval on March 3, 2008 along with supporting documentation to address and resolve planning process issues. In a letter to HDOT, effective April 14, 2008, FHWA and FTA jointly and fully approved the 2008-2011 (+2) STIP, including the revisions #1, 2 and 3. FHWA and FTA also determined, as stated in the letter, that HDOT has made sufficient progress in addressing the planning process issues aforementioned.
To meet financial constraint (for FHWA funded projects only), the financially unconstrained STIP was reduced by approximately $200 million worth of projects over the 6-year period. This reduced program was developed with guidance from public comments and coordination between respective county agencies and the DOT.
08-11 (+2) STIP Neighbor Island Project Locations
Big Island Maps:
General Locations (PDF File 103KB)
Detailed State Project Locations (PDF File 1,770KB) Location Map for project HS31 has been replaced/updated.
Detailed County Project Locations (PDF File 506KB)
General Locations for State Projects (PDF File 101KB)
General Locations for County Projects (PDF File 101KB)
Detailed State Project Locations (PDF File 1,351KB)
Detailed County Project Locations (PDF File 1,624KB)
Molokai & Lanai Map:
General Locations (PDF File 73KB)
Legend for General Location Maps:
|Green labeled projects||System Preservation|
|Purple labeled projects||Safety Improvements|
|Brown labeled projects||Congestion Mitigation|
|Red labeled projects||Modernization|
|Orange labeled projects||Enhancement|
Note: Some projects may be a combination of project types.
08-11(+2) STIP Survey Results (including project descriptions)
The purpose of these surveys was to help us get a better feel for the public’s perception of priorities (high, medium, low or delete) for the proposed unconstrained list of 08-11(+2) STIP projects. We used this guidance to help us make more informed decisions when we constrained the new STIP. Thank you to those who took the time to fill them out and send them back to us.
Hawaii (PDF File 44KB)
Maui (PDF File 53KB)
Kauai (Excel File 94KB) No results. No data collected.
A report has been submitted to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for their review and approval. This report includes the financially constrained list of FFYs 2008-2011 (+2) STIP projects. See link below.
08-11 (+2) STIP Report (PDF File 3,818KB)
It is anticipated that the approval of the 08-11 (+2) STIP would be acted on by FHWA and FTA in October 2007.
Note: Oahu’s portion of the STIP, the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), is being presented and processed through the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (Oahu MPO). For details, see the Oahu MPO website at http://oahumpo.org/programs/tip.html
Please use our contact information below if you have questions or comments.
E-mail Address: Hwy.Stip.Projects@hawaii.gov
(Please include your postal address so that we may better reply to your e-mail.)
Highway Planning Branch
869 Punchbowl Street, Room 301
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
Phone: (808) 587-1830
FAX: (808) 587-1787
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