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Virtual Public Meetings for Hāna Highway Bridge Improvements Project, Sept. 21, 22

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Kailua Stream Bridge. File photo credit: Hawaiʻi DOT, Highways Division.

The Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Federal Highway Administration, Central Federal Lands Highway Division, will be holding two virtual public meetings on improvements to the following bridges on Hāna Highway (Route 360) between Huelo and Hāna town in east Maui:

  • Kailua Stream Bridge (Mile Post 5.9)
  • Makanali Stream Bridge (MP 8.2)
  • Puohokamoa Stream Bridge (MP 11.0)
  • Kopiliula Stream Bridge (MP 21.7)
  • ʻUlaʻino Stream Bridge (MP 27.9)
  • Mokulehua Stream Bridge (MP 28.3)
Makanali Stream Bridge. Photo credit: Hawaiʻi DOT, Highways Division.

The virtual meetings will be held using Zoom. Meeting details are:

Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, 5:30 p.m.


Webinar registration is available ONLINE.
Or join by phone: US: +1 312 626 6799
Webinar ID: 949 3009 4908
Passcode: 265622

Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021, 5:30 p.m.
Or join by phone: US: +1 929 205 6099
Webinar ID: 910 1837 8987
Passcode: 735114

Puohokamoa Stream Bridge. Photo credit: Hawaiʻi DOT, Highways Division.

This is the third in a series of four public meetings to discuss the needed improvements to the historic bridges along the Hāna Highway.

During the virtual public meetings, the project team will discuss the proposed bridge solutions and construction considerations for how we plan to improve the bridges and maintain traffic. We encourage you to attend and engage with us during a virtual Q&A session. We want to hear from you and what your thoughts are about the project.

Kopiliula Stream Bridge. Photo credit: Hawaiʻi DOT, Highways Division.

Work on this project is currently in the environmental compliance and design process. This meeting is being held to gather input and support the environmental process and consultation under the National Environmental Policy Act and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

This sign is posted at the ʻUlaʻino River in East Maui, which can overflow during heavy rains, making the road impassable. File photo by Wendy Osher.

For more information on the Hāna Highway Bridge Improvements project, please visit the project’s website at Those unable to attend the meetings can provide input through the project website. You may also contact the project manager, Tom Kubicz, via email to [email protected] or by telephone at 720-963- 3498, cell number 202-981-4183.

To request language interpretation, special services, or other accommodations, contact Andrew Hirano at [email protected] or by telephone at 808-692-7546 as soon as possible. Requests made as early as possible will allow adequate time to fulfill your request. TTY users may use TRS to contact HDOT.

Mokulehua Stream Bridge. Photo credit: Hawaiʻi DOT, Highways Division.

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