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Current, Future State Highway Projects Data Available on HDOT Website

July 26, 2017, 10:29 AM HST
* Updated July 26, 10:31 AM
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(L–R) Current state highway construction and future projects. To use the interactive maps, click on the article links. HDOT maps.

The Hawai‘i Department of Transportation Highways Division has made state highway project status data available to the public on the HDOT website.

The data includes the schedule, scope and estimated cost for all current state highways projects as well as all projects planned to begin construction in the next two years.

“We are pleased to roll out the HDOT Highways Project Status Map,” said HDOT Deputy Director for Highways Ed Sniffen. “This map tool allows members of the public to easily access information on highways projects in their community. I would like to thank highways staff and the Office of Planning for their support in making this data widely available.”

The HDOT Highways Project Status Map can also be found on hidot.hawaii.gov by selecting “Highways” in the home menu, then going to “Major Projects” and selecting “Project Map.”

Users can view project information by selecting the lines along roads on the map or by selecting “View a PDF list of Projects by Area” in the map legend.

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Users may also toggle between current construction projects and planned future construction using the “Current Construction” and “Future Projects” tabs.

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The search feature represented by the magnifying glass symbol allows users to search for projects by entering any part of a project name. For example, beginning to input “Kamehameha” will show an auto-complete list of the projects involving the Kamehameha Highway.

The HDOT Highways Project Status Map will be updated on a regular basis.

Questions or comments regarding the map may be sent to [email protected].

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