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WailukuLive Monitors Progress of Infrastructure Improvements

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Blessing ceremony held for new Wailuku Parking Structure. (2.18.21) Photo Credit: County of Maui / Shane Tegarden

Vineyard Street in Wailuku will reopen between Market and Church Street this week with a new look following road infrastructure improvements, according to The website is supported by the County of Maui and is an online resource created to monitor the latest information about what’s happening in Wailuku Town on the island of Maui.

Work still needs to be done along the roadway so motorists are asked to use caution when driving in the area.

Wailuku Parking Structure live camera feed. Video: Lori Nishikawa / Youtube

Other updates include the following:

  • The Hawaiian Dredging and Construction Company crews are continuing with the preparatory work for the new Parking Structure Stage 1. During this time, a portion of the Municipal Parking Lot will be closed off and barricades will be constructed for Stage 1 work, which is anticipated to take approximately four months. Refer to Access Plan map.
  • Upon completion of Stage 1 work, the Access Lane, MAPA Walkway and First Hawaiian Bank Parking Lot will be reopened. The construction barricades will be re-configured and work will begin on Stage 2 which is the new Parking Structure.
  • Road improvements on W. Vineyard St. are currently in progress. Click here for details.
  • Temporary parking locations and shuttle transportation on Da Bee for Wailuku employees and town goers is available. Click here to ride Da Bee and for details.
  • Wells Park temporary parking area is available to the public. Parking is free. Click here for details.
  • Construction crews have worked on a number of infrastructure upgrades on Church Street. Click here for a list of improvements made.


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