Farrington Highway Corridor Study
Click here to download the project fact sheet:
The State Department of Transportation (DOT) Highways Division is conducting a study to determine the long term vision and management for Farrington Highway Corridor between Nanakuli and Makaha. The study will analyze and identify short term (6 months – 2 years) and long term (2 to 20 or more years) multimodal solutions that address safety, traffic congestion, and resilience, including options for secondary access to Westside communities. The DOT has assembled a project team led by SSFM International to work closely with residents and community organizations in coming up with solutions for the area.
Many communities depend on the highway as a lifeline to travel both within and outside the Waianae Coast. The project will involve collaboration with schools, community organizations, residents, and others who live, work, and play on the Westside.
The project team will work with the community to ensure project recommendations reflect and uphold community priorities and address the needs of all modes and users. Community engagement will include neighborhood board presentations, individual stakeholder meetings, community meetings, and coordination with local schools.
Where do you come in?
Your input is critical to understanding how people see and use Farrington Highway today, and how the highway can sustainably meet the needs of the Waianae Coast into the future.
There will be many ways to get involved and share your mana‘o:
• Participate in a survey to let us know how you get around the area; what needs improving (anticipated in late summer 2019)
• Attend a community meeting (Fall 2019-Spring 2020)
• Join the mailing list to be notified of events and updates (Click here to sign up)
For more information, please contact:
Melissa White, SSFM International