Community ‘Aina meetings scheduled for Farrington Highway Corridor projectPosted on Feb 5, 2020 in Highways News, Main, News
HONOLULU – The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) is hosting six community meetings in Leeward Oahu to open discussions and gain public input on short- and long-term solutions for the Farrington Highway Corridor (Nanakuli to Makaha). The ‘Aina meetings are an opportunity for the public to participate and engage in shaping the corridor to meet the needs of Waianae Coast communities now and into the future. All three rounds of meetings will be held from 6 – 8 p.m. at two different locations and are scheduled as follows:
85-888 Farrington Highway
Nanakuli Public Library
89-070 Farrington Highway
Round 1: Meeting to gather input on transportation issues and how people get around
- Thursday, Feb. 20 (Waianae)
- Monday, Feb. 24 (Nanakuli)
Round 2: Meeting to report survey results and identify preliminary solutions
- Monday, March 30 (Nanakuli)
- Tuesday, March 31 (Waianae)
Round 3: Meeting to present draft recommendations and discuss priorities and phasing
- Wednesday, April 22 (Waianae)
- Tuesday, April 28 (Nanakuli)
HDOT invites Westside community members to join the conversation – voice opinions, share questions and concerns, and bring ideas relating to public safety, traffic congestion, and current and future transportation needs.
The meetings are accessible for individuals with disabilities. If you need an auxiliary aid/service or other accommodation due to a disability, contact Melissa May at (808) 628-5861 or [email protected] as soon as possible. Requests made as early as possible will allow adequate time to fulfill your request. Upon request, this notice is available in alternate formats such as large print, Braille, or electronic copy.
More information on the Farrington Highway Corridor Study can be found at: https://hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/farringtoncorridorstudy/.
‘Aina meetings flyer (pdf)