Transportation Projects

PROJECT NOTES

Transportation plans and project lists were included in the Grants-to-Projects Bridge if they:

  1. Were created by a county or state government agency, such as the HDOT or county planning departments;
  2. Are the most recent iteration or version of the plan;
  3. Include active or multimodal transportation projects;
  4. Contain sufficient detail on each project for the purposes of this Bridge, including all or most of the following: priority, location, jurisdiction, project type and description, cost estimate, and project length (miles).

From these plans and project lists, sample transportation projects were included if they are:

  1. Active and multimodal transportation projects, including: bicycle, pedestrian, and transit;
  2. Identified as “high-priority” in their respective plans;
  3. Not currently eligible or prepared for federal funds; and
  4. Not fully funded by any funding source.

A note on how “priority” is determined: Priority is explicitly stated in some plans through a numbered/tiered system, or a projected timeline which has been mapped to a number tier (i.e. short-term = priority 1, middle-term = priority 2, long-term = priority 3). Where plans do not explicitly indicate priority, all projects in that plan are treated as priority 1 because of their inclusion in the plan.

This Provenance Document details what is included in the Transportation Projects spreadsheets, and why.  

This list provides a starting point for climate-smart infrastructure investments, but is not a comprehensive list of such projects statewide. 

SOURCES AND PRIMARY CONTACTS

Priority projects from the following plans were included in the spreadsheet.  Further details for inclusion are noted in the Provenance Document 

BIKE PLAN HAWAIʻI MASTER PLAN (2020)

DIANE DOHM | STATE BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN COORDINATOR, H-DOT

  • Draft State Bikeways 2020 (ArcGIS)
    • The included project list is a draft 2020 update of projects from the 2003 Bike Plan Hawaiʻi that have not yet been implemented. Project details are subject to change before the final 2021 update.

STATEWIDE PEDESTRIAN MASTER PLAN (2013)

DIANE DOHM | STATE BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN COORDINATOR, H-DOT

OʻAHU BIKE PLAN (2019)

CHRIS SAYERS | BICYCLE COORDINATOR COORDINATOR, CC HONOLULU DTS

OʻAHU PEDESTRIAN PLAN DRAFT (2021)

DANIEL ALEXANDER | VISION ZERO COORDINATOR, CC HONOLULU DTS

KAPAʻA TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS (2015)

LARRY DILL | ENGINEERING PROGRAM MANAGER, H-DOT HIGHWAYS DIVISION – KAUAʻI

MARIE WILLIAMS | LONG RANGE PLANNING DIVISION MANAGER, COUNTY OF KAUAʻI PLANNING DEPT.

    COUNTY OF KAUAʻI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT LIST (2017)

    MICHAEL MOULE | CHIEF OF ENGINEERING, COUNTY OF KAUAʻI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

    MARIE WILLIAMS | LONG RANGE PLANNING DIVISION MANAGER, COUNTY OF KAUAʻI PLANNING DEPT.