GoAkamai Traffic Info
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.
The Hawaii Department of Transportation is responsible to plan, design, construct, operate, and maintain State facilities in all modes of transportation, including air, water, and land. Coordination with other State, County, and Federal programs is maintained in order to achieve these objectives.
To provide a safe, efficient, accessible, and sustainable inter-modal transportation system that ensures the mobility of people and goods, and enhances and/or preserves economic prosperity and the quality of life.
Click on this link to sign up for emails from HDOT on roadwork and public notices for Airports, Harbors, and Highways.
Dillingham Airfield lease transition
The Hawaii Department of Transportation Airports Division (HDOTA) is working with the U.S. Army to identify whether there are options to resolve long-term concerns with the lease for the Dillingham Airfield. HDOTA has additional information, including public documents, letters to tenants, and a Q&A section available for the public by clicking here.
HDOT Highways Project Status Map
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.
Statewide Traffic Fatalities
HDOT is including the year-to-date traffic fatality figures by county on our Safe Communities page to raise awareness. The webpage will be updated weekly.
HDOT’s presentations from recent community meetings statewide are now available. Click on the link above to see what projects are planned in your area.
Hawaii’s Legal Presence Law (Driver’s License, State ID)
Legal presence requirements affect anyone applying for a Hawaii driver’s license or State ID, including U.S. citizens and foreign-born applicants, those applying for a learner’s permit, and permit holders passing their road test to obtain a driver’s license. Legal presence also applies to anyone who has just moved to Hawaii from another state or country, and anyone renewing their Hawaii driver’s license or permit.