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Long-Range Transportation Plan 2040

Final Plan DECEMBER 2019


Acknowledgments To the hundreds of community members that took the time to share their dreams, worries, ideas, and vision for making transportation improvements on Maui, mahalo nui loa. Your insights and experiences have shaped Hele Mai Maui and the recommendations for projects and programs you’ll find in these pages. Because of your feedback, the future of Maui’s transportation system is bright. This plan would not have been possible without the oversight of and direction from the Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (MPO) Policy Board and Technical Advisory Committee and the commitment of the Hele Mai Maui Community Think Tank. The members of these groups are listed below.

MPO Policy Board Yuki Lei Sugimura, Chair, Maui County Councilmember Marc Takamori, Vice Chair, Maui County Department of Transportation Senator Rosalyn Baker, State of Hawai‘i Legislature Jade Butay, State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation Rowena Dagdag-Andaya, Maui County Department of Public Works Representative Troy Hashimoto, State of Hawai‘i Legislature Michele McLean, Maui County Department of Planning Tamara Paltin, Maui County Councilmember Shane Sinenci, Maui County Councilmember

MPO Technical Advisory Committee Pam Eaton, Chair, County of Maui Planning Department Nolly Yagin, Vice Chair, County of Maui Department of Public Works Kathleen Aoki, County of Maui Planning Department John Buck, County of Maui Department of Parks and Recreation Michael DuPont, County of Maui Department of Transportation Linda Munsell, County of Maui Department of Housing and Human Concerns Chico Rabara, County of Maui Department of Public Works Robin Shishido, State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation John Smith, County of Maui Department of Public Works Ken Tatsuguchi, State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation


Community Think Tank Jim Caldwell, Kula Community Association Lawrence Carnicelli, Olowalu Elua Associates Donna Clayton, Pukulani Community Association, West Maui Greenway Tom Cook, Construction Industry of Maui Timothy Jeffs, Maui High School Ekolu Lindsey, Maui Cultural Lands Leonardo Lunario, Maui Electric Company Kelli Lundgren, Maui Bicycling League Saumalu Mataafa, Maui County Managing Director’s Office Randy Parker, Maui Visitors Bureau Alicia Rittenberry, University of Hawai‘i Maui College George Rixey, Kihei Community Association John Seebart, West Maui Taxpayers’ Association Gay Sibonga, Maui Economic Opportunity Michael Spalding, Michael Spalding Realty Jonathan Starr, Maui Redevelopment Agency, Kaupo Community Association Stuart Zinner, University of Hawai‘i Maui College

Project Team Lauren Armstrong, Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization Pam Eaton, County of Maui Planning Department Nolly Yagin, County of Maui Public Works Department

Consultant Team Nelson\Nygaard

Munekiyo Hiraga

Jennifer Wieland, Project Manager

Charlene Shbuya, Outreach Lead

Brie Becker, Deputy Project Manager

Malia Molina, Outreach Support

Rogelio Pardo, Planner

Mark Roy, Outreach Support

Jungwha Yuh, Designer


Table of Contents CHAPTER ONE

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CHAPTER TWO

By Maui, For Maui ................................... 7

CHAPTER THREE

Our Call to Action .................................

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CHAPTER FOUR

Priorities Rooted in Values .............. 15

CHAPTER FIVE

Recommended Projects ................... 25

CHAPTER SIX

Supportive Programs & Policies ............................

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CHAPTER SEVEN

Delivering the Vision .........................

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CHAPTER EIGHT

Measuring Our Success ..................... 77

CHAPTER NINE

Near-Term Actions ...............................

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CONCLUSION

Moving Forward......................................

Appendices

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CHAPTER ONE

hele mai maui Our Charge Maui Island is growing, creating challenges for our current transportation system. And our population is changing—the number of older adults is increasing, and young people are driving less than their parents. People are asking for new ways to travel on the island, and they want safe connections that help them get to where they need to go. As we developed Hele Mai Maui, we learned about your vision for the future of Maui and your ideas to help respond to these changes. We heard that Maui residents want safe, comfortable, and reliable ways to get around the island. For some that means better biking connections or safer walking conditions; for others, that means a reliable way to drive or an efficient trip to work on the bus. We also know that visitors need more options to reduce the use of rental cars and lessen the strain on our roads and communities. We heard that many Maui residents want to prioritize a transportation system that helps people safely and comfortably walk, bike, take the bus, and drive. Your input guided our work.

Our Plan Hele Mai Maui is our 20-year plan to make moving around Maui safe and comfortable. It identifies transportation projects, services, and programs that improve transportation options for people of all ages and abilities. Developing a long-range transportation plan is a federal requirement carried out by the Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). This plan helps to prioritize how to spend limited transportation funds on projects that best serve the values identified by the community.

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Getting Projects Built on Maui PLANNING

PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

PROJECT DELIVERY

FUNDING

STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION PLAN

County of Maui Department of Public Works (DPW), HDOT, and MPO

Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT)

Capital Improvement Plan

Policy

Operations & Maintenance

Goals & Objectives All Transportation Modes

Maui MPO Project Definition Project Prioritization

State and Maui MPO Transportation Improvement Programs (STIP/TIP)

Implementation Plan

MAUI GENERAL PLAN & COMMUNITY PLANS County of Maui Department of Planning Department of Transportation Department of Public Works Department of Parks & Recreation

PROJECT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION MID-RANGE PLAN

County of Maui DPW and HDOT

HDOT

Environmental Review

8-10 Year Program Plan

Preliminary Engineering

Expenditure Plan

Design & Construction

Who is the Maui MPO? Hele Mai Maui is led by the Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The MPO was formed in 2016 by federal requirements to develop plans and programs for a multimodal transportation system. The formation of the MPO was triggered when the urbanized area of Kahului, Wailuku, and Pā‘ia exceeded 50,000 residents on the island of Maui. The role of the MPO is:

COLLABORATION To facilitate regional and local surface transportation planning by serving as a forum for collaboration among local communities and government agencies.

FUNDING To direct federal funds toward projects that increase access to opportunity and prosperity, while promoting the health and wellness of Maui’s people and environment through improved multimodal pedestrian, bicycle, and transit options. To learn more about the MPO, go to www.mauimpo.org

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Our Process Hele Mai Maui is a vision for transportation needs and opportunities over the next 20 years to ensure that communities on Maui Island are connected by a safe, efficient, and sustainable transportation system. The project team—made up of MPO and County staff and consultants— engaged with the community at key milestones along the way to capture Maui’s values and priorities and incorporate them into the plan.

KEY PUBLIC INPUT POINT

MAY

JUN – AUG

SEP – DEC

2019

2018

Project Project Launch Launch

Community

Community Values & & Values Opportunities

Kicked off in May 2018 by developing a project brand and website, forming the Community Think Tank, and holding meetings with key stakeholders.

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DEC – FEB

Opportunities Held eight pop-up events around the island and hosted an online survey to understand what is most important when it comes to getting around Maui.

Hele Mai Maui Fact MauiBook Fact Book

Project Goals Evaluation & Evaluation Framework Framework

Documented the emerging trends in transportation; who lives and works on or visits Maui; how people move around Maui today; and a summary of key issues and opportunities to provide focus for the long-range plan.

Developed an evaluation framework—approved by the MPO Policy Board—to prioritize projects and programs based on the community’s mobility values and to guide the plan’s recommendations


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KEY PUBLIC INPUT POINT

FEB – MAR

Call for

Call for Projects Projects & Programs

KEY PUBLIC INPUT POINT

APR – JUL

Project &

Project & Program & Prioritization Program

JUL – AUG

SEP – DEC

Recommended Draft & Final Final Long-Range Funding Options Transportation & Draft Plan Scenario Long-Range Plan for Review

Programs

Prioritization

Held an island-wide open house, met with community groups, and hosted an online survey to gather input on the bicycle, pedestrian, bus, and auto projects and programs needed to make it easier and safer to move around Maui.

Scored projects using the evaluation framework and scored projects and identified scenarios to illustrate different ways for Maui to explore and prioritize investments for the long-range plan.

& Funding Options

Transportation Plan

Developed a final scenario that best supports the values identified by the community, responds to financial constraints, and reflects past planning processes. Funding sources are both public and private, recognizing that partnerships will be needed to develop the future transportation system.

Created a final list of projects and programs, along with metrics to monitor performance and a financial plan to implement the plan. The plan will be adopted by the MPO Policy Board after community review.

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You Guided Our Work Community Think Tank The Community Think Tank was an 18-member committee comprised of residents of all ages from across the island. Think Tank members included students, teachers, advocates, and people with diverse perspectives on transportation. A full list of members is shown on the acknowledgments page. The Think Tank helped to identify key issues and opportunities, prioritized projects, and served as an important sounding board for the project team throughout the development of Hele Mai Maui.

Technical Advisory Committee The MPO’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is a committee that provides input and technical advice to the Maui MPO Policy Board. It includes staff representatives from County of Maui’s Departments of Planning, Public Works, Transportation, Parks and Recreation, Housing and Human Concerns, and the State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation. TAC members attended pop-up events and community and stakeholder meetings, and provided technical guidance and oversight as Hele Mai Maui was developed, shaping and reviewing the plan to lead it toward adoption.

Maui MPO Policy Board The Maui MPO Policy Board includes elected officials and department directors. Members include a State Senator and State Representative, the County of Maui Directors from the Departments of Planning and Transportation, Public Works, three Maui county council members, and the State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation Director. The Policy Board provided direction to the project team, responded to input from the TAC and the public and guided the development of the plan. The Policy Board will adopt Hele Mai Maui when public review is complete.

Community Feedback We gathered input from you, Maui residents, throughout our process. Through pop-up events around the island, community meetings, open houses, and online surveys, we heard your ideas to improve getting around Maui today and in the future. The following pages share the highlights of what we learned.

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HERE’S WHAT WE HEARD:

Maui is a place to slow down, relax, walk, bike, sit and not about rushing here and there.


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We need sidewalks. People want to get out and be more healthy but there are few ways for them to do so.

Make the island more pedestrian friendly and easier to get around without a rental car.

We need more safe bike lanes and more efficient and extensive public transportation.

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CHAPTER TWO

By Maui, For Maui Hele Mai Maui ties together our island’s vision for transportation needs and opportunities over the next 20 years, prioritizing projects to ensure that Maui residents and visitors have a safe, efficient, and sustainable transportation system. The Hele Mai Maui team worked closely with the community over the last 18 months to make sure your mobility priorities are reflected in the plan’s recommendations.

Online & In-Person Surveys We heard from nearly 1,000 Maui residents through online and in-person surveys. Shared on the project website, through social media, and by community partners, the Hele Mai Maui surveys invited people to share their mobility values, describe improvements needed to make traveling on Maui better, and map ideas for specific walking, biking, bus, and driving projects in our community. People from all parts of Maui provided input to shape the projects and programs in this plan.

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Open House & Pop-Up Events Meeting people where they are is one of the best ways to reach a broad audience. The project team “popped up” at community destinations such as Town Fridays and the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center to share information and gather feedback. The team also gave presentations at community meetings, passed out flyers and business cards at the Swap Meet, and held an Open House to share early findings and hear project ideas. People of all ages stopped by the booths, and the team gathered hundreds of comments from Maui residents.

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What We Heard

Through Hele Mai Maui social media, surveys, meetings, and pop-up events around the island, we reached more than 8,500 people. You helped the project team understand Maui’s transportation opportunities and challenges, and you also helped to develop solutions. Some of the key themes we heard are described here.

Maui’s Mobility Values We asked you to tell us the three things that are most important to you when it comes to moving around on Maui, which helped to create a Mobility Values Mural. Safety,

sustainability, and having more options were the top three values people shared. We used these values to develop project goals and to evaluate the many project ideas suggested through the planning process.

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Want to learn more? Visit the Hele Mai Maui project website: www.mauimpo.org/hele-mai-maui-2040

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I want to be able to travel safely around Maui with my daughters.


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Our Transportation Opportunities People had many ideas to improve Maui’s transportation system and provide new and easier ways to travel on the island:

Make it more comfortable and convenient to take the bus

Make it safer to walk and bike

Make travel by car more reliable

Make connections easier

with dedicated space and safer crossings

by addressing congestion

both between different parts of the island and different modes of transportation

including more hours of service and better places to wait for the bus

Make our transportation system more resilient and sustainable to address the effects of climate change and plan for the future

Shaping the Future with Hele Mai Maui Community members identified specific projects that could help meet Hele Mai Maui’s goals and improve mobility on Maui. (You can read more about projects in Chapter 5.) The types of projects people said are most important include a combination of new improvements and maintenance projects that preserve the transportation systems we already have on Maui.

Bus corridors and new services

Bus stops Bus Stops and amenities

Bus Stops

I want to be able to get across the island easier.

Sidewalks, trails, and landscaping

Sidewalks, trails, and Sidewalks landscaping

Greenways Greenways

Maintenance and safety repair

Bike facilities

Sidewalks

Greenways

Maintenance and safety Safety Repair repair

New connections Connections

Programs

Safety Repair

Connections

See how these priorities are reflected in the project list in Chapter 5.

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CHAPTER THREE

Our Call to Action

Hele Mai Maui is a call to action to improve how people move around Maui today and in the years to come. We know our residential population is growing, and there will be more visitors on the island in the future; our goal is to ensure transportation dollars are being used to provide safe, comfortable, and reliable options for people of all ages and abilities. As our community plans are being updated to support compact, interconnected communities that offer better opportunities to connect jobs and housing, we must provide more public transit and multimodal options to meet this future demand.

Provide Safe and Healthy Transportation Options Providing more connections between jobs, housing, services, and amenities and high-quality roads, walkways, and transit will keep people safe no matter how they’re traveling and will increase opportunities for people on Maui to be more physically active. Safer places to walk and bike means healthier residents and a stronger community.

What We’ve Learned:

100

crashes involving bicyclists and pedestrians each year

40%

of bicyclist and pedestrian crashes involve children and older adults

Missing facilities and roadway designs that prioritize cars are often key factors in these crashes

24%

of Maui’s adults are overweight or obese

One in four children between the ages of 10 and 17 on Maui are overweight or obese

Key Opportunities: • Prioritize projects that improve safety for people biking, walking, taking the bus, and driving on Maui. • Promote options to bike and walk for all types of trips, including visitor trips. • Explore opportunities to partner with public health organizations to develop an education campaign that helps people understand the connection between transportation and health. • Designate more transit-oriented development areas through the community plan update process to create affordable housing, public transit, and economic development opportunities.

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Honor the Past and Look to the Future Maui is growing. By 2040, there will be about 47,000 more residents and visitors on the island. Population and visitor growth signals a strong economy but also brings challenges of increased congestion and housing affordability. More people also requires thinking carefully about our important destinations and the ways we can create great places for people. The connection between how we design our communities and the variety and availability of transportation services we provide is an important part of our work ahead.

What We’ve Learned:

194K people living on the island by 2045

20K more jobs on Maui by 2045

19K

more visitors on the island every day by 2045

820

people arrive by air every day

Key Opportunities: • Prioritize moving more people with fewer impacts on communities. • Protect natural and cultural resources—especially as Maui continues to grow. • Create more resilient infrastructure in the face of of increasing storm events, erosion, and sea level rise. • Plan for complete, walkable communities with a mix of housing and transportation options. • Consider new partnerships to support more public transit and housing affordability, including equitable transit-oriented development and transit corridor planning.

Transit-Oriented Development Program Transit-oriented development (TOD) reduces dependence on driving and allows residents to live, work, and play in the same area, or at least without relying on a car. Constructing affordable and workforce housing connected to good transportation options provides enhanced mobility for those who need it most. If not managed carefully, TOD has the potential to displace existing residents due to increased property values. A Transit-Oriented Development Program could help Maui create walkable, mixed-use communities centered around transit networks and hubs and provide affordable and workforce housing opportunities. With the update of the Community Plan Land Use designations, a new emphasis has been placed on walkability, multimodal transportation with mixed residential uses, economic development (employment centers), and transportation corridors.

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Offer More Ways to Get Around Maui We’ve heard that people are interested in biking, walking, taking transit, and sharing rides on the island. And we’ve also heard that people want the trips they do need to make by car to be more reliable.

TAP HERE

New mobility options are arriving on Maui, and technology is changing the way people travel. By providing more frequent and connected transit service, increasing the number of safe places for people to walk and bike, and exploring services like car share and bike share, Maui can increase travel choices for its residents and visitors and encourage people to get around in ways other than driving alone.

What We’ve Learned:

75%

of residents drive to work alone

54%

of regular Maui Bus riders use the bus to get to work

New mobility options like Uber and Lyft are now available on Maui, and more options will follow

Technology is changing the way people travel, and autonomous vehicles are on the horizon

Key Opportunities: • Make it safer, more comfortable, and more convenient to bike, walk, take transit, and share rides. • Stay ahead of new mobility trends to offer affordable, safe, and efficient options for people on Maui. • Partner with employers, economic development agencies, and visitor partners to manage transportation demand and encourage people to travel in new ways.

Electric Vehicles Ground transportation on Maui accounts for 27% of petroleum use on the island, contributing to carbon emissions that cause climate change. Biofuels and increased use of electric vehicles and buses can reduce emissions. Incentivizing adoption of electric vehicles may increase their presence on Maui more quickly, helping reduce carbon emissions.

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Work Together to Leverage our Investments Funding and affordability are key issues for both Maui residents and the agencies and departments that design, build, operate, and maintain transportation projects, programs, and services. Funding constraints require a balance between a strong desire to meet Maui’s infrastructure needs and current financial limitations. We must make the best use of our resources and work together to get the most value from our transportation dollars.

What We’ve Learned:

$125

is the amount of federal transportation funding Maui receives per resident each year

Certain types of projects, like projects that increase roadway capacity, are very difficult to fund and can increase the miles people travel

Heavy use takes a toll on Maui's roadways and bridges; when maintenance is deferred, the overall cost of repairs increases

Key Opportunities: • Work in partnership with the State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation, Maui Legislative delegation, and the County of Maui to identify innovative funding strategies. • Plan for maintenance needs at the beginning of projects to ensure we can keep our transportation facilities are kept in a state of good repair. • Explore the opportunity to require new development and redevelopment to include facilities and programs that support biking, walking, and taking transit.

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CHAPTER FOUR

Priorities Rooted in Values The values Maui residents shared with the project team are the foundation of Hele Mai Maui. Each recommendation in this long-range plan—whether a major project or a new program— has a hand in moving Maui toward a more multimodal future. And together, these individual projects and programs will help Maui achieve its mobility vision, rooted in our values. Hele Mai Maui includes five goals to reflect today’s needs and priorities and the outcomes to achieve in the next 20 years. The goals are also the basis for the project and scenario evaluation process that helped refine the priorities. The goals and the process are described in the following pages.

Our Goals GOAL 1 Improve safety and promote health We must keep people safe on streets and sidewalks, help to eliminate crashes, and encourage people to walk and bike to improve their health. Traffic collisions claim the lives of 11 Maui residents each year—including people walking, biking, and driving—and these collisions are preventable. At the same time more and more people are suffering from chronic diseases linked to a lack of physical activity, due in part to few options for walking and biking.

GOAL 2 Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability We have a responsibility to improve climate resilience, reduce transportation-related emissions, and protect or enhance cultural resources. Maui island is unique, and we all must act now to address climate change and preserve Maui’s natural and cultural resources for future generations.

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GOAL 3 Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion We can improve reliability and connections in the transportation system and increase the number of options people have available. This means that people will spend less time stuck in traffic and more time doing things that they love. Our walking, biking, driving, and bus networks will be better connected, improving the movement of people and goods.

GOAL 4 Connect and strengthen communities to improve quality of life We need to improve access to important places in communities and help vulnerable populations thrive. As Maui grows, it is faced with the challenges of affordability and sprawling land uses. Creating complete neighborhoods and town centers that connect people to their jobs, services, and amenities by walking, biking, and taking the bus enhances quality of life and fosters stronger relationships.

GOAL 5 Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality We must maintain roads and services to support Maui’s economy. To make the best use of the existing infrastructure and funding, we need to bring assets into a state of good repair and balance investments in high-cost projects with those that are more affordable and more quickly completed.

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Evaluating Projects and Programs The goals described on the previous page informed a four-step evaluation process that shaped the Hele Mai Maui recommendations. This process used your input and island-wide data to screen, score, assess, and prioritize a long list of projects that came from previous plans, conversations with you, and local and national expertise in multimodal transportation systems.

Our evaluation process: • Screened a long list of recommended projects and programs from past plans and community outreach • Scored projects based on community values, including equity and cultural preservation, identifying the transportation improvements across the island that best meet the Hele Mai Maui goals • Assessed the relative strengths of three scenarios—which focused on different types of projects and programs—in meeting the plan’s goals • Prioritized projects from the three scenarios to develop a near-, medium-, and longterm list of recommended investments

PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS

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Step 1 : Screening The project team worked with the MPO Technical Advisory Committee, with our Community Think Tank, the MPO Policy Board, and with Maui residents to develop a comprehensive list of transportation project and program needs for Maui. This list drew from past planning efforts such as MPO’s Transportation Improvement Program, the Maui County Department of Public Works’ Six-Year Capital Improvement Program, and the Maui Bike Plan. It also drew from resident requests to the County of Maui and the MPO, and from community outreach across the island. The project and program list was screened using the following process:

A Is the need a capital project or a non-capital program?

Projects continued through the process, and non-capital programmatic needs are included in a separate section of this plan.

B Is the project on a State road, a County road, or a private road that is open to the public?

Projects and capital programs located on State or County roads continued through the process. Projects on private roads were referred back to Maui County Department of Public Works.

C

Is the project on a Federal Aid Road? Only projects on Federal Aid Roads are eligible for funding through the MPO. All other projects—such as those on local roads or rural minor collectors—were referred back to Maui County Department of Public Works and maintained on a list of transportation needs in Appendix C.

D Is the project on a regionally significant road?

Select Non-Federal Aid Roads may be regionally significant or may be classified as Federal Aid Roads in the future. Projects that were deemed regionally significant continued through the process, while those that were not were referred back to Maui County Public Works.

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PROJECT

STATE ROAD

FEDERAL AID ROAD

PROGRAM

PRIVATE ROAD

COUNTY ROAD

FEDERAL AID ROAD

(OPEN TO PUBLIC)

NON-FEDERAL AID ROAD

REGIONALLY SIGNIFICANT ROAD

NON-REGIONALLY SIGNIFICANT ROAD

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Scored Projects

Step 2 : Scoring With a screened list of projects in hand, the project team used map-based data to score the remaining projects. Projects were grouped into four tiers based on overall score. A focus on geographic criteria at this stage made it possible to evaluate a large number of projects quickly, adjusting weighting to best match the community’s values, needs, and technical priorities. The criteria used for scoring were based on the Hele Mai Maui goals.

Tier 1 Projects

Tier 3 Projects

Tier 2 Projects

Tier 4 Projects

Kapalua Nāpili-Honokowai Ka‘anapali

Waihe‘e-Wai‘ehu West Maui Forest Reserve

Lāhaina

Wailuku

Launiupoko

Goal 1: Improve safety and promote health

Waikapū

Olowalu

Evaluation Criteria: Is the project located in a high-crash location or on a corridor with non-motorized fatalities?

Ma‘alaea

Goal 2: Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability

Evaluation Criteria: • Does the project reduce vulnerability to weather events or sea level rise?

Goal 3: Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion

Evaluation Criteria: • Does the project improve freight and transit movement?

• Does the project have the potential to impact cultural or natural resources?

• Does the project connect to existing motorized and non-motorized networks? • Does the project increase travel options?

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Goal 4: Connect and strengthen communities to improve quality of life

Evaluation Criteria: • Does the project connect to an employment center, educational institution, park, town center, or key community destination? • Is the project located in a high-need area with residents who are more likely to benefit from multimodal improvements?

FOCUS ON EQUITY

Goal 5: Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality

Pā‘ia

Ha‘ikū-Pa‘uwela

Evaluation Criteria: • Does the project improve the condition of existing infrastructure (roads or bridges) or address a maintenance need?

Hāli‘imaile

Does the project serve an area with higher concentrations of people and jobs?

Makawao Pukalani

Olinda Ko‘olau Forest Reserve

Kula

Hāna Haleakalā National Park

Hāna Forest Reserve

Keokea Kahikinui Forest Reserve

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Step 3 : Assessing Scenarios To evaluate and communicate the benefits of a future multimodal transportation system, the Hele Mai Maui project team developed three investment scenarios. The scenarios illustrate different choices Maui can make to maximize the value of our transportation investments. Scenario planning helps to understand how distinct combinations of projects and programs could work together to help Maui meet its long-range transportation goals. The Hele Mai Maui project team created three scenarios and assessed them against the project goals and outcomes.

SCENARIO 1:

Provide New Connections The projects in this scenario add capacity to the transportation network by building new roadways and greenways. These projects may require additional rights-of-way, which could be used to expand the space available for people traveling by many modes. Building new roads and greenways is expensive, and capacity projects can have negative impacts on safety, sustainability, and economic vitality. The scenario could help to reduce congestion and provide alternative access routes, and the additional capacity could support new modes of travel.

SCENARIO 2:

Create a Multimodal System This scenario focuses on building new and upgrading existing transportation facilities to support different modes of travel. Projects include complete streets improvements that provide safe spaces for people to walk and bike, transit corridors and increased bus service, and new sidewalks. By providing infrastructure for many modes and new ways to get around Maui, this scenario could help to improve safety and health and create transportation options for people. In terms of equity, this scenario could have the most positive impact for people with limited income or access to a vehicle. Because it includes primarily new infrastructure, there is less of a focus on maintenance and repair projects to help preserve the existing system.

SCENARIO 3:

Take Care of What We Have The maintenance projects, safety corridors, and intersection improvements included in this scenario focus on supporting the existing transportation network. Maintenance and preservation projects perform well on economic vitality and sustainability metrics, and the safety corridors and intersection improvements help to keep people safe no matter the mode they use. This scenario could have some positive impact on providing new travel options, but the focus on the existing system limits the connections people can make and the modes of transportation they can use.

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Step 4 : Prioritizing and Recommending The scenario evaluation process in Step 3 helped to illustrate that focusing on specific project types provides select benefits for people traveling on Maui. Rather than choosing just one of these scenarios, the project team identified the top scoring projects from each scenario of each to create the recommended list of projects and capital programs. The final list combines projects from all three scenarios to maximize the value of transportation investments and help to create Maui’s transportation future. The Hele Mai Maui recommended project list identifies projects that:

• Add new connections where they are most critical to provide access to and from communities, to improve daily travel options, and to build a more resilient transportation system • Target key corridors to support safe, multimodal connections within communities and to important destinations by foot, bike, bus, or car • Prioritize critical maintenance projects to keep our roadways and bridges in a state of good repair • Prioritize investments that are distributed across Maui’s community planning districts

Project Priority The recommended projects will be implemented in order of priority as funding allows. The following pages describe the recommended projects and programs in more detail, including costing and potential phasing.

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The Hele Mai Maui recommendations include high-scoring projects in each of the following categories:

Safety corridors to slow traffic speeds and make rural roads safer for everyone

Transit improvements to create transit corridors and bus shelters and support affordability and more reliable trips

Complete streets projects to provide travel

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options and promote health

greenways to provide dedicated places for people to bike and walk

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Maintenance and preservation projects

roundabouts and new traffic signals that keep people moving and make it safer to cross the street

to address critical infrastructure and support State and County priorities

Future-Proofing Our Investments

New connections

to focus on resiliency and opportunities to encourage infill development

Transportation is changing daily, and autonomous vehicles are on the horizon. The projects included in Hele Mai Maui help us to prepare for the future while addressing the needs of today. Maintenance projects that restripe roadways, intersection improvements that upgrade signal technology, and complete streets that provide space for all modes are projects that can support the requirements of autonomous vehicles while ensuring that people don’t have to get in a car to move around the island.

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CHAPTER FIVE

Recommended Projects The project team used the results of the evaluation process— and what we heard from the community—to develop a list of projects that best meet the Hele Mai Maui goals. It includes:

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The projects included in this list are all eligible for Federal, State, or County funds and there may be other funding sources available in the future (see chapter 7 for more information). The programs group certain types of projects together—such as filling gaps in Maui’s network of sidewalks—to allow flexibility in how funds are used in the coming years. Together, the projects and programs are the blueprint for improving Maui’s transportation system over the next 20 years. As Maui advances these projects, careful attention to environmental, cultural, and equity impacts is critical. The community will be involved in further review as projects move forward.

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While capital projects are the primary focus of Hele Mai Maui, programs can help direct resources across the island. Key island-wide programs are outlined below:

• Sidewalk Gap Program: As Maui has grown, some parts of the island have built

sidewalks in a piecemeal way, creating missing blocks (or more) of sidewalks. This program helps identify areas with missing sidewalks and establishes a process to prioritize filling those gaps. The program will also secure funding and partnerships to build and maintain a safe and connected network of sidewalks and paths for people walking and rolling.

• Spot Maintenance Program: Increased use of the roadway, as well as severe weather

events, makes ongoing maintenance of Maui’s roadways critical. This program provides a dedicated funding source to make smaller-scale roadway repairs on an ongoing basis.

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$17,199

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$4,500

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$14,000

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$2,517

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$2,517

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$3,399

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Mill St–Imi Kala Rd Intersection Improvements

$2,041

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Eha St–Waena St Intersection Improvements

$2,517

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$2,517

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Pulehu Rd Pavement Reconstruction

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$4,300

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$3,000

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Imi Kala Rd Extension - Wai’ehu

$27,482

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$6,800

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$2,686

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Lono Ave Improvements Phase 2

$5,851

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$1,085

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Ka‘ahumanu Ave Transit & Multimodal Corridor

$10,000

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Waikapu Baseyard Transit Maintenance Hub

$50,000

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Central Maui Transit Hub

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Project Spotlight: Kane/Vevau Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection improvements make a transportation system safer for everyone, no matter how they’re traveling. Projects, such as the improvements coming to the intersection of Kane Street and Vevau Street, may include new crosswalks, a pedestrian island, and flashing beacons to make it easier to see people crossing the street. The improvements to this intersection will support traffic safety to important destinations including the Kahului Public Library, Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center, Kahului Shopping Center, local schools, and future housing to be developed on the southeast corner of the intersection. This is also the location for the new Wailuku/Kahului Transit Hub and part of the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Corridor. Other types of intersection improvements that may be considered elsewhere include roundabouts, traffic signals, left-turn lanes, or pedestrian flashing beacons to increase the visibility of pedestrians at midblock locations. Kane Street improvements are expected to have positive equity outcomes, serving residents who are less likely to have access to a vehicle. Improvements to curb ramps and shorter crossing distances will help people of all ages and abilities move around the community.

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Project Spotlight: Papa Ave Complete Street Complete Streets Complete Streets projects make travel by walking, rolling, biking, bus, or vehicle safe and inviting. Features may include: • Bicycle lanes and multi-use paths, where possible, that are separated from vehicle traffic by a barrier or divider • Traffic calming features to slow vehicles and create a safer environment for people walking and biking • Wide sidewalks and trees or furnishings that create an inviting environment • Transit improvements, such as bus shelters, bus lanes, and more frequent service • Intersection improvements to provide safer crossings and a more comfortable experience The Papa Avenue project is planned to improve mobility in Central Maui. The project will transform Papa Avenue from Ka‘ahumanu Avenue to Pu’unene Avenue by introducing sidewalks, shade trees, bike lanes, and bulb-outs and high-visibility crosswalks to support crossings. These improvements will enhance safety and provide mobility options between community destinations.

“We need to create safe transportation alternatives for children and teens connecting to school.” - Public Comment from Lāhaina Town Friday

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East The Road to Hāna is a key connection for communities on the eastern part of the island. It is also one of Maui’s major tourist attractions. To ensure the roadway supports safe travel for everyone, Hele Mai Maui includes projects to preserve bridges in need of repair and introduces general highway improvements along Hāna Highway.

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$27,198

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$5,790

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$15,600

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Project Spotlight: Hāna Highway Bridge Preservation Maintenance and Preservation Maintenance and preservation projects keep our existing sidewalks, bike lanes, roads, and bridges in good condition through resurfacing or repairs. They help to ensure that the island’s transportation system is safe, comfortable, and easy to use. The Hāna Highway Bridge Preservation project will help to maintain the following six bridges: Puohokamoa, Kopiliula, Mokulehua, Ulaino, Kailua, and Makanali. While the extent of maintenance for each bridge will vary, improvements may include the widening of lanes and shoulders, railing replacement, structure strengthening, and abutment, retaining wall, and approach guardrail upgrades. This project is necessary to ensure resiliency, safety, and connectivity for communities along the Road to Hāna. County of Maui and State of Hawai‘i each have Hāna Bridge Preservation Plans that provide guidelines for bridge maintenance, repair, and replacement work to preserve the historic character and rural quality of the bridges while bringing them up to required safety standards.

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South Projects in South Maui focus on completing connections, including the Kīhei Greenway and the North-South Collector Road. Because the area is largely developed, there are opportunities to improve crossings and existing sidewalks and add a parallel multiuse path to support more walking and biking in this busy part of the island.

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South Kīhei Rd Improvements

$5,450

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$1,900

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$600

Keonekai Rd Sidewalk Improvements

$400

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$4,505

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Kīhei Greenway and Multi-Use Path Phase 4

$10,969

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$11,267

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$2,517

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Kulanihakoi St–South Kīhei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis

$2,517

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Ohukai Rd–S. Kīhei Rd Intersection Improvements

$2,517

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$3,502

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$2,517

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Kulanihakoi Bridge Repair

$5,816

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$21,107

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Kīhei North–South Collector Rd and Multi-Use Path Phase 2

$6,441

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Kīhei North–South Collector Rd and Multi-Use Path Phase 1b

$17,338

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Safety Corridors Safety Corridor projects make arterial and rural roads that prioritize travel by car safer by introducing features to calm traffic and make walking and biking more comfortable. These projects may include speed bumps, stop signs, or traffic signals as well as high-visibility crosswalks and features to improve accessibility, such as curb ramps. Improvements to North Kīhei Road make travel safer for everyone entering or leaving Kihei. Improvements include flex posts on the centerline and rumble strips on the shoulder lines to notify drivers if they are straying, wider shoulders to provide space for people walking, a left-turn lane at the Maui Electric Company driveway, and additional traffic signals at South Kīhei Road to make the intersection safer.

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Upcountry/North Upcountry/North communities feature rural roadways designed for people driving to make longer-distance connections between communities. These roadways often encourage higher speeds, creating challenging environments for people walking or bicycling in their communities. Many of the projects proposed for Upcountry and North Shore Maui are intended to make streets safer for everyone, address maintenance needs, and add critical connections to the rest of the island.

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Makawao Ave & Makani Rd Improvements

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$21,575

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Old Haleakala Hwy Signal Upgrade

$765

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Iolani, Loha, and Liholani St Pavement Rehabilitation

$8,400

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Pukalani Terrace Subdivision Pavement Reconstruction

$8,000

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$7,500

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$9,159

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$7,578

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West The projects recommended for West Maui will improve both regional and local transportation. Regional connectivity will be enhanced by completing the Lāhaina Bypass and introducing a new transit hub. Biking and walking to and through West Maui will be safer with construction of the West Maui Greenway and improvements to key streets that have high levels of pedestrian activity. Realignment of Honoapi‘ilani Highway inland from the coastal hazard zone is critical to preserve the shoreline for public use and provide safe access to maintain West Maui’s economic vitality.

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Project Spotlight: West Maui Transit Hub Transit Improvements Transit improvement projects make riding the bus on Maui more convenient and comfortable. Improvements may include shelters, seating, lighting, landscaping, wayfinding signs, and bicycle parking at bus stops and transit centers. Other projects will improve frequency—how often the bus arrives—expand the hours of service, or add bus routes to serve new parts of the island. A West Maui Transit Hub could focus on improving convenience and comfort for Maui Bus passengers. As a hub, it will provide access to key bus routes, display easy-to-understand information regarding the transit system and alternative mobility options for residents and visitors alike, and host transportation options such as bicycle share services. Connecting housing options with convenient bus transit service can help to accommodate Maui’s population growth in a sustainable way. From an equity perspective, transit hubs provide key connections to work and daily necessities for people who may not have access to a personal vehicle. Better bus service and other transportation options at hubs can reduce combined housing and transportation costs, which keep many families on the edge of poverty. As a catalyst for walkable, mixed-use development, transit hubs can also contribute to displacement or gentrification if affordable housing is not included.

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New Ways of Connecting Maui

Hele Mai Maui includes a variety of projects to connect the island. New connection projects add capacity to the transportation system and support people walking, biking, and riding the bus as well as people driving. These projects include but are not limited to new roadways, sidewalks, or dedicated bicycle facilities to support multiple ways of moving around Maui. The Honoapi‘ilani Highway Realignment and West Maui Greenway projects are key connections included in Hele Mai Maui and represent how transportation investments can foster new ways of traveling and improve resiliency in the transportation network.

“I would love to see more bike paths and greenways!” - Public Comment from Lāhaina Town Friday

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Project Spotlight: West Maui Greenway Multi-Use Paths Multi-use paths or greenways are paved or unpaved shared paths for walking and biking. They are separated from vehicle traffic and offer longer-distance connections on the island. Multi-use paths provide a safe travel option for people of all ages and abilities and serve as recreational resources for community members. The West Maui Greenway is a transformational project that will build on precedent set by the North Shore Greenway. This facility will provide a separated right-of-way for pedestrians and bicyclists to travel safely within the West Maui community from Keawe Street to Fleming Road. The path will provide safe crossing opportunities, signs directing people to key destinations, and a comfortable place to walk and bike for residents and visitors alike. The long-term vision for West Maui Greenway is to connect from Ukumehame to Lipoa Point, with context-sensitive design for each section of the project.


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Project Spotlight: Honoapi‘ilani Highway Realignment New Connection New connection projects create new roads on the island to add capacity to the transportation system and better support communities. The projects included in the recommended scenario prioritize connections that build resilience from the impacts of sea level rise and provide alternative routes to communities with limited options. These projects also include space for new facilities for people walking, biking, and riding the bus as well as for people driving. The Honoapi‘ilani Highway Realignment Project is a critical project for Maui. Perhaps more than any other corridor, the Honoapi‘ilani Highway is a visible example of the impact of rising sea levels on Maui’s infrastructure, with many sections eroded and routinely overtopped during storms. Reconstruction of this corridor further inland will ensure connectivity and resiliency for West Maui and the rest of the island for years to come. Managed retreat of Honoapi‘ilani Highway is an alternative to using seawalls to protect the existing highway in place. Coastal armoring, like seawalls, destroys beaches, limits public access, and threatens coral reefs. Following the vision set forth in the Pali to Puamana Parkway Master Plan, the open space and parks area on the ocean-side of the new highway could provide safe recreational access to a living shoreline where beaches can migrate inland with sea level rise. A comprehensive planning process and Environmental Impact Study for the realigned highway must include community input early and often. Additionally, plans must address any potential impacts to cultural and natural resources.

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Supportive Programs & Policies Capital and service investments—like new bike connections and more bus service—are only part of what is needed to implement the vision of Hele Mai Maui. Non-capital programs recommended in this chapter will help Maui deliver on the commitment to a safe transportation system that prioritizes more options for getting around the island. These programs can help to improve people’s awareness of transportation choices, prioritize investments, and coordinate partners. The Maui MPO could initiate some of these programs, but successful implementation will require strong partnerships with other agencies and community organizations. The following pages explain each program as well as key partnerships and recommended priority for program implementation. Partners are listed in order of responsibility. The program spotlights featured in this chapter are programs that are particularly important to improve transportation on Maui in the next few years.

Programs to Improve Safety and Promote Health Program

What is it?

Safe Routes to Transit

Identifies and implements safety improvements— supported by education and encouragement efforts— that connect people to transit stops and hubs.

Why is it Important? A Safe Routes to Transit program improves connections to transit stops and transit hubs on Maui that are difficult to access, especially for people walking or biking .

Partners County Department of Public Works County Department of Transportation (Maui Bus)

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Near-Term (1-5 years)

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Identifies and implements pedestrian improvements for older adults to improve access to services and enhance pedestrian safety and comfort.

Over 20% of collisions involving people walking and biking on Maui are with people over the age of 60, and older adults are expected to be nearly a quarter of the population by 2040. A Safe Routes for Seniors program prioritizes safety for some of Maui’s most vulnerable pedestrians and bicyclists, improves access to services, and encourages physical activity among older adults.

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Why is it Important?

Partners

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PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT Safe Routes to School

Improves the ability for children to walk and bike safely to school. Provides a prioritization process and funding for safety improvements near schools. In addition to the physical improvements, a Safe Routes to School program educates children—and their caregivers—and improves awareness of the benefits of walking and biking to school.

Nearly 20% of collisions involving people walking and biking on Maui involve kids under age 18. A Safe Routes to School program prioritizes safety for some of Maui’s most vulnerable pedestrians and bicyclists, encourages walking and biking to school, and improves health outcomes for children.

County Department of Public Works State Department of Transportation

Near-Term (0-5 years)

Maui MPO State Department of Education Private Schools

Plans may be developed at the level of individual campuses or for clusters of schools, depending on distance between campuses.

Parents and volunteers of Pōmaika‘i Elementary School gathered to help students walk safely to school as part of the Blue Zone Project’s Walking School Bus Program. Image Credit: Maui Now

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Why is it Important?

What is it?

Partners

Priority

PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT Vision Zero Initiative

Implements a strategy to eliminate all traffic fatalities and severe injuries, while increasing safe, healthy, equitable mobility for all.

Between 2012 and 2017, there were 75 fatalities on Maui’s roads. In September 2018, Mayor Arakawa made a Vision Zero Proclamation to eliminate traffic deaths on Maui by 2040. In June 2019 the Maui County Council adopted a Vision Zero resolution urging the Mayor to form a Vision Zero Advisory Group to create an action plan.

Mayor’s Office County Department of Public Works Maui MPO Maui Police Department Maui’s County Council State Maui District Health Office Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) Coalition

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What is it?

Why is it Important?

Partners

Neighborhood Slow Streets Program

Implements an education and outreach campaign paired with roadway treatments, such as roundabouts, to encourage drivers to observe the speed limit.

Between 2012 and 2017, speeding accounted for 8% of fatal crashes on Maui. Lower speeds translate to less severe injuries in the event of a collision.

County Department of Public Works

Complete Streets Program

Builds on the Complete Streets policy to provide tools for designing and building complete streets. Uses Maui County’s Street Design Manual (2018) to support right-ofway decisions that create great places and connect people.

Complete streets include safe and accessible facilities for people traveling by many modes. Routine maintenance projects and new capital projects can both support implementation.

County Department of Public Works

Creates organizational structure and capacity to develop and implement Master Plans for healthy communities and walkable, mixed-use TOD.

Catalyze public and private investments in healthy communities that are walkable, provide a range of transportation options, affordable housing, and a network of connected parks and open spaces.

Healthy Communities and TransitOriented Development (TOD)

Maui’s transportation network includes public and private projects built at many different times. Street design guidelines help to ensure that streets, sidewalks, and bike facilities are designed consistently using best practices.

Maui Police Department

State Department of Transportation Maui MPO County Department of Transportation

Priority

Medium Term (6-11 years)

Near-Term (1-5 years)

County Department of Planning HEAL

Mayor’s Office County Council Maui MPO County Department of Housing and Human Concerns

Near-Term (1-5 years)

County Department of Parks County Department of Planning

Transportation and Health Education Campaign

Partners with public health organizations to develop an education campaign that helps people understand the connection between transportation and health.

Maui’s adult obesity rate is almost 25%, and a quarter of children between the ages of 10 and 17 are overweight or obese. Promoting physical activity through walking and biking may help lower obesity rates in adults and children.

Rails to Trails Program

Uses abandoned railways or roadways to create multi-use trails for people walking and biking.

Opportunities to build Maui’s active transportation network include greenways and other off-street facilities. These types of projects encourage people to make new types of trips.

Maui MPO Mayor’s Office State Maui District Health Office HEAL

Medium Term (6-11 years)

County Department of Public Works Maui MPO Landowners Mayor’s Office

Long Term (12-20 years)

Na Ala Hele Trails Council

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Programs to Enhance Cultural and Natural Resources, Climate Resilience, and Sustainability Program

What is it?

Why is it Important?

Partners

Priority

PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT Green Fleet Program

Expands use of electric vehicles and alternative fuels such as hydrogen and biofuels, especially in County fleets and buses, and supports electric vehicle infrastructure on Maui.

Ground transportation on Maui accounts for 27% of petroleum use on the island, contributing to carbon emissions that cause climate change. Additionally, a recent study found that sea level rise of 3.2 feet by 2100 would render more than 11 miles of major coastal roads on Maui impassible, jeopardizing critical access to and from many communities. Biofuels and increased use of electric vehicles can reduce emissions. A pilot project to provide electric bus charging at UH Maui College can help lead the way.

County Department of Transportation Mayor’s Office County Department of Management

Near-Term (1-5 years)

Hawai‘i Green Infrastructure Authority Maui MPO

LEFT: Electric vehicle charging stations installed in a surface parking lot. RIGHT: Electric bus operated by Park City Transit. Image Credit: Park City Transit

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Landscaping and Stormwater Programs

HighOccupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lanes/Tolls

What is it?

Why is it Important?

Partners

Installs vegetation, like trees, plantings, or shrubs, along roads and in other public spaces, and encourages new development to expand landscaping.

Street trees and landscaping help buffer people on the sidewalk from traffic in the roadway. Vegetation also provides environmental benefits, like helping to manage stormwater and remove pollutants, prevent erosion, recharge aquifers, and provide shade.

County Department of Public Works

Explores the opportunity to implement HOV lanes, tolling, and other congestion reduction techniques to help manage demand on key corridors, such as HÄ na Highway.

As Maui grows, there will be more demand on key corridors. To address congestion and preserve natural resources, HOV lanes and tolling programs could help control demand to popular destinations and provide funding for maintenance.

State Legislature

Provides access to cultural landscapes and recreational opportunities, with interpretive signage.

Na Ala Hele Trails Council

Recreational Trail Mapping and Restoration

Maps, identifies, restores and manages historic trails.

Electric Mobility Program

Explores options to incentivize adoption of electric vehicles, including both cars and bicycles, through direct financial support, reducing the cost of charging (by supporting vendors who provide charging equipment or programs that reduce the cost of electricity), or through incentives like reduced cost and dedicated parking.

County Department of Parks

Medium Term (6-11 years)

Developers

State Department of Transportation County Department of Management

Medium Term (6-11 years)

Maui Visitors Bureau

Maui MPO County Department of Parks

Incentivizing adoption of electric vehicles may increase their presence on Maui more quickly, helping reduce carbon emissions. Electric bicycles make longer distances and topography less challenging, making bicycling more attractive to a broader audience.

Priority

Department of Management Maui Visitors Bureau

Near-Term (1-5 years)

Near-Term (1-5 years)

Hawai‘i Green Infrastructure Authority Electric mobility vendors Maui MPO Maui Electric Company

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Programs to Expand Mobility Choices to Reduce Traffic Congestion Program

What is it?

Why is it Important?

Partners

Priority

PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT Visitor Management

Supports Mayor’s strategy to help manage visitor travel, including car rental, shuttle, taxi, rideshare and car share opportunities. Could include a “car free” visitor campaign, and marketing of multimodal transportation options to visitors. Where could it be implemented ? • Explore an island-wide campaign that promotes a car-free stay on Maui • Identify key areas on the island that have particularly high visitor traffic, such as Hāna Highway

There are 61,000 visitors on the island on an average day. Many visitors to Maui choose to rent a car for the entire duration of their stay and may not know what travel options they have.

Mayor’s Office

The large number of visitors on Maui and current car rental rates put a tremendous strain on Maui’s roadways and communities. This program helps to ensure there are more options for visitors to get around Maui.

Maui Hotel and Lodging Association

County Department of Management Maui Visitors Bureau

Near-Term (0-5 years)

Hotel and resort stakeholders Maui MPO

LEFT: Interactive signage to help visitors locate transit routes and points of interest. RIGHT: Flyer encouraging visitors to use transit. Image Credit: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA)

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Program Transportation

Demand Management (TDM) Program

What is it?

Implements education, outreach, and encouragement strategies to help leverage transportation investments on Maui.

Why is it Important?

A TDM program helps to reduce vehicle trips and manage congestion. A dedicated program that focuses on educating Maui residents and visitors on transportation options will support investments identified in the Long-Range Plan.

Partners

Priority

County Department of Management County Department of Public Works

Near-Term (1-5 years)

County Department of Planning County Department of Transportation Employers Economic development partners

Employer Shuttle Program

Provides technical assistance to employers to sponsor shuttle or other shared-ride programs to connect employees to jobs.

Employees generate a large number of vehicle trips to resorts and other visitor destinations. This program would build on the success of the existing County commuter bus service to provide affordable, nondriving options to major employment sites.

County Department of Transportation Maui MPO Employers

Medium Term (6-11 years)

Shuttle vendor (currently Roberts Hawai‘i) County Department of Management Maui Redevelopment Agency

Emerging Shared Mobility Pilot Programs

Introduces or expands new mobility options, like bike share, scooter share, or microtransit on Maui. Explores the opportunity to implement non-traditional/ slow speed mobility options to help people on Maui get around. Provides a fleet of bikes for public use.

Expanded travel options give people more choices to get around the island, which will benefit both Maui residents and visitors. Car share services, for example, can provide a short-term vehicle option for people who prefer not to rent a car. Bike and scooter share services could provide new and innovative ways to get around Maui. These services must be managed carefully to ensure they respect public space and support local businesses.

Department of Public Works Maui MPO Maui Police Department

Near-Term (1-5 years)

Mayor’s Office Maui District Health Office Blue Zones Project HEAL

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Programs to Connect and Strengthen Communities to Improve Quality of Life Program

What is it?

Why is it Important?

Transit Stops and Amenities and Mobility Hubs

Improves transit stops and the customer experience by maintaining existing facilities and adding amenities, such as bus shelters, lighting, benches, trash receptacles, and schedules (or real-time information).

Transit stop and station amenities help to ensure that people riding the bus on Maui have a high-quality, comfortable, and safe experience.

Placemaking Initiatives

Reclaims space in the public right-of-way based on community needs, assets, and surrounding land uses with a focus on creating destinations.

Urban design amenities, like benches, wayfinding signs, and pedestrianscale lighting, and public space activation, like sidewalk cafes and open streets events, contribute to interesting streets and sidewalks and a community’s quality of life.

Partners

Priority

County Department of Transportation County Department of Public Works

Near-Term (1-5 years)

Developers / property owners

County Department of Planning County Department of Parks

Medium Term (6-11 years)

County Department of Public Works Maui MPO Maui Redevelopment Agency Economic development partners Maui Visitors Bureau

Parking Management

Forms a mobility benefit district to direct parking revenues to transportation improvements in Lahaina.

Improves walkability and convenience in town centers through strategies like paid parking, time limits, revenue management, and wayfinding signs.

County Department of Management County Department of Planning Maui MPO

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Multimodal Development Requirements

Wayfinding and Signage Program

What is it?

Why is it Important?

Updates existing County policies and codes, such as the Subdivision Code, to expand the types of multimodal facilities associated with new development. Updates could include defining different types of sidewalks or walkways to provide flexibility in building the pedestrian network and clarifying allowable exemptions (such as those through 201-H). Creates a local 201-H process to facilitate affordable housing in walkable communities.

The County can update its requirements to focus on multimodal facilities, such as sidewalks, bike lanes, and/or transit stops, as part of the new development process. Securing these projects as new development comes online can ensure that key multimodal facilities are built. Providing additional options for multimodal facilities can support more affordable development and ensure that walkways are not exempted from development plans.

Supports culturally-relevant signage and pedestrian and bicycle wayfinding, including maps, directional signs, digital systems, and public art.

A coordinated wayfinding system can increase the number of people walking and biking by clearly showing routes and distances to destinations.

Partners

Priority

County Department of Transportation County Department of Planning

Near-Term (1-5 years)

County Department of Housing and Human Concerns County Department of Public Works Maui County Council Developers

County Department of Public Works County Department of Planning Aha Moku Council

Medium Term (6-11 years)

State Department of Transportation Economic Development Partners Maui Visitors Bureau

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Programs to Maintain Assets and Invest Strategically for Economic Vitality Program

What is it?

Why is it Important?

Partners

Priority

PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT Traffic

Impact Fee Program

Requires developers to contribute funding toward transportation improvements in accordance with their impact on the system.

By focusing on a multimodal level of service and a holistic view of trips generated, the County can secure funding from private development to support transportation investments that help to mitigate impacts and create a safer, more connected transportation network. These programs ensure multimodal facilities are built as development happens, instead of as an afterthought.

Maui County Council County Department of Planning County Department of Public Works County Department of Management Maui Planning Commission Developers

Potential redevelopment site on Vevau Street and Kane Street near the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center.

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Program

What is it?

Bikeway Facility Maintenance Program

Provides funding to clean and sweep bike lanes.

Smart Card Fare Collection System

Creates a Smart Card fare collection system that integrates different transportation options.

Why is it Important?

Bike maintenance programs help keep bike lanes free of debris (for example the monkey pod trees).

Partners

County Department of Public Works Business Districts Maui Bicycling League

A single fare collection system breaks down barriers to using public transportation.

Priority

Medium Term (6-11 years)

County Department of Transportation Maui MPO Other transportation vendors

Long Term (12-20 years)

Achieving Maui’s transportation vision will require a mix of projects, programs, and policy changes. Public feedback on Hele Mai Maui indicated that a Visitor Management Program and Safe Routes to School should be top priorities. By working together and building strong partnerships, we can realize our goals.

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CHAPTER SEVEN

Delivering the Vision Hele Mai Maui ties together our island’s vision for transportation needs and opportunities over the next 20 years, prioritizing projects to ensure that Maui residents and visitors have a safe, efficient, and sustainable transportation system. The project team worked closely with the community over the last 18 months to make sure Maui’s mobility priorities are reflected in the plan’s recommendations.

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The total costs are distributed across the different types of projects described in Chapter 5. The capital programs are costed for 10-20 years of the plan, and they make up over half of the total. Projects like new roadways are very expensive (as much as $16 million per mile) and make up approximately 18% of the total costs.

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The table below shows the breakdown of average costs for projects and programs, including projects expected to move forward in the near-term (the next five years) and those that are more likely mid-term or long-term projects (more than six years out).

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Medium Term Project Costs

Long Term Project Costs

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$313M

$276M

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$1.07B

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These costs were developed using a combination of existing cost estimates—from the MPO’s Transportation Improvement Program, Maui County Department of Public Works’ Capital Improvement Program, and State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation’s capital programs—and custom estimates based on recent transportation projects completed on Maui. To the extent possible, costs represent the total amount of funding that will be needed to plan, design, and build a project. The costs are presented in 2019 dollars, and inflation has been factored into the estimates to reflect the 20-year timeframe for the plan. Because many of the projects in Hele Mai Maui are not yet fully scoped or designed, these are planning-level cost estimates rather than engineered estimates.

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Paying for Hele Mai Maui Funding Hele Mai Maui’s projects and capital programs will take a coordinated effort of federal, state, county, and other funding sources. With federal and state funds combined, there is an estimated $1.3 billion available to fund projects and programs by 2040. However, federal and state funding sources are not guaranteed and are constantly in flux. With total costs of projects and capital programs recommended in the plan amounting to an estimated $2.08 billion, the $800 million funding gap must be filled with secure, stable revenue sources to realize the transportation vision.

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Federal Transportation Funding Sources Maui MPO’s role is to help direct federal funds to projects identified in Hele Mai Maui. Federal funding on Maui comes through the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation (HDOT) from two primary sources: the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). We used the following assumptions to project federal funding revenues for the long-range plan: • Federal funding remains flat through 2040 rather than increasing each year. This reflects the uncertainty of federal budgets and future federal transportation bills. • Maui receives approximately 14% of the total amount of FHWA funds that are allocated to the state of Hawai‘i. This percentage is calculated based on the vehicle miles traveled each year and lane miles of roads. • Maui’s estimated allocation of FTA funds was based on an average of the funds shown in the MPO’s 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP).

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State Transportation Funding Sources The State Highway Fund is made up of four key funding sources—vehicle registration fees, weight taxes, rental/tour vehicle surcharges, and fuel taxes—as well as other miscellaneous sources. Only about 50% of the total Highway Fund is available for capital projects. The level of state funding available in a given year varies significantly, in part due to non-capital costs such as salaries. We used the following assumptions to project state funding revenues for Hele Mai Maui: • State revenues are projected to increase at approximately 0.50% per year. This is consistent with the newest information released by HDOT and is a conservative escalation rate. • Maui receives 11% of the total amount available through the State Highway Capital Projects Fund. This percentage was based on a six-year average of Maui’s recent allocations from the state. • Maui receives $10.5 million per year for from the additional rental car surcharge that was passed by the State Legislature in 2018. This amount is based on Maui receiving a share of the surcharge based on the number of rental cars on the island. These funds have been earmarked for state capacity projects, such as the Lahaina Bypass.

Federal Funding Outlook Hele Mai Maui 20-year federal funding total:

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FTA

$526.6M

$83.1M

Federal funds require a 20% match of County funds. In 2019, this was $2.5 million.

State Funding Outlook Hele Mai Maui 20-year state funding total: State Highway Capital Projects Fund

$445.7M

Additional Rental Car Surcharge (Capacity Projects Only)

Additional EV & Alternate Fuel Vehicle Surcharge

$231.9M

$1.1M

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The Funding Gap

Total Project Costs

$2.08B

Funding Gap

$800M

$1.29B

Available Funding Amount

New State Funding Sources Rental Car Surcharge The Rental Car Surcharge, updated in August 2019 through SB162, increased the amount of the rental motor vehicle surcharge tax deposited into the State Highway Fund from $3 to $5 per vehicle per day. This additional surcharge is estimated to provide an additional $10.5 million in revenue for Maui per year, or $231.9 million by 2040.

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Competitive State Funding Sources Funding sources like Safe Routes to School and the Transportation Alternatives Program are competitive programs administered through HDOT and provide additional transportation funding opportunities for Maui.

Safe Routes to School (SRTS): HDOT manages the Federal SRTS program. HDOT also manages the SRTS program special fund, which consists of state funds collected as traffic violation surcharges and distributed to the counties to expend. Funding is competitive, and Maui County must apply to receive SRTS funding.

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Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP): TAP provides funding for

programs and projects defined as transportation alternatives, including on- and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities; infrastructure projects for improving non-driver access to public transportation; community improvement activities; environmental remediation; recreational trail program projects; and safe routes to school projects. Maui County must apply for TAP funding, which is awarded on a competitive basis.

New State Funding Sources EV and Alternative Fuel Surcharge In 2019, the Hawai‘i Legislature enacted a new $50 annual surcharge on electric and alternative fuel vehicle registrations. The fee serves as a partial replacement for the gas tax and is estimated to provide an additional $1.2 million for Maui over the next 20 years.

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Potential New Funding Sources There are many potential transportation funding sources that Maui could consider. A handful of the most promising are described below. Public feedback on Hele Mai Maui indicated strong support for an additional rental car surcharge and traffic impact fees (described on Page 67).

BUILD Grants: The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) Transportation Discretionary Grants program funds investments in transportation infrastructure, including transit. The program is highly competitive and is best suited for signature multimodal projects that produce a significant community benefit. Project awards vary but can be as much as $25 million.

Additional Rental Car Surcharge: Maui County could advocate to the State Legislature to consider an additional increase in the rental car surcharge to fund additional transportation projects on the island. An additional $2 surcharge could generate another $10.5 million per year for Maui.

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General Excise Tax (GET) Surcharge: A portion of revenue from an increase in the general sales tax could be allocated to transportation improvements and projects, including transit hubs and service. The 2016 Maui Bus Short Range Transit Plan states that based on a 0.5% increase, Maui County could expect to generate approximately $37 million per year. The State Legislature offered counties the opportunity to pursue this funding source in 2018-2019, but Maui County did not implement a surcharge before the authorization expired. Maui County could request that the Legislature provide this opportunity again in the future.

Community Facilities District (CFD): Maui County has passed legislation to

authorize the use of CFDs, but there has not yet been a district implemented on Maui. CFDs are secured by special property taxes in a defined area, and County bonds must be publicly approved. CFDs can be used to finance public capital improvements with community-wide benefits including transit, highways, and bicycle and pedestrian facilities. The amount that could be generated is highly dependent on the size of the district and the value of property within it.

Paid Parking Revenue: Maui County completed a Parking Action Plan for Wailuku

Town and Lahaina Town in February 2018. A portion of the revenues from paid parking could be reinvested in a Mobility Benefit District to fund improvements in the area. For example, Lahaina parking revenues could be used for Front Street improvements or relocation of the Lahaina transit hub. The Parking Action Plan recommends on-street paid parking in portions of Lahaina Town, which could generate almost $780,000 per year, and off-street hourly and permit parking in two lots to generate $442,000 per year.

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CHAPTER EIGHT

Measuring Our Success Hele Mai Maui sets a vision for Maui’s transportation future. But how can we ensure that Maui is making progress toward that vision and achieving goals of safety, health, sustainability, connectivity, and more? This section outlines the performance measures for Hele Mai Maui, which can help track the investments and provide transparency and accountability as Maui works together to improve mobility today and in the future. To receive transportation funding from the Hawai‘i Department of Transportation’s (HDOT) state capital improvement program, major special maintenance program, or any federal formula programs, Maui MPO must evaluate transportation performance against federallyrequired measures. Hele Mai Maui looks beyond the minimum federal requirements to reflect the values expressed as the plan developed. While consistent with HDOT’s Smart Transportation Rank Choice (SmartTRAC) evaluation framework, Hele Mai Maui includes performance measures for each of the plan goals that will help to assess both the overall transportation system and specific project performance.

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The following performance measurement framework will allow the Maui MPO to monitor progress toward meeting the goals of Hele Mai Maui and also meet the federal or SmartTRAC performance monitoring requirements (as indicated by the ). This simple framework will help to better align transportation investment decisions with tangible and measurable benefits. The progress on these measures—which will be reported each year—should trend in the direction indicated by the arrows in the table below. For example, the MPO will prioritize investments in projects and programs that reduce or decrease the number of injuries and fatalities from crashes.

Goal 1: Improve safety and promote health

Eliminate traffic-related fatalities and reduce serious injuries from traffic collisions

Increase the amount of safe facilities for people walking and biking Increase physical activity by making walking and biking preferred modes of travel

Metrics:

• Number and rate of injuries and fatalities from crashes • Number of projects installed that are anticipated to reduce crashes at high crash locations using crash modification factors (CMFs) • Total and annual lane miles of bicycle facilities constructed • Total and annual blocks of sidewalks constructed • Key corridor and project bicycle and pedestrian volumes (pre-/post-project) • Level of traffic stress (pre-/post-project)

Measure: Improve climate resilience and adaptability of infrastructure

Metrics: • Number of projects that improve asset resilience to natural weather events or sea level rise • Coastal water quality to indicate effectiveness of stormwater management • Amount of vegetation and green infrastructure in projects

Reduce transportationrelated air emissions

• Total greenhouse gas emissions from ground transportation

Protect or enhance cultural resources

• Number of projects that improve or enhance cultural or environmental resources

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Goal 2: Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability

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Goal 3: Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion Metrics:

Enhance reliability and connections in our transportation system

• Person hours of delay

Increase the number of options people have available

• Percent of people who take transit, walk, bike, and share rides for all types of trips

Improve freight and transit movement

• Rate of on-time performance • Freight corridor travel time

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Improve access to and resilience for town centers, schools, jobs, parks, and basic life needs

• Number of projects within a 10-minute walk to a town center, institution, or essential service

Invest in disadvantaged areas

• Number of projects in low-income or historically underinvested areas

Provide mobility benefits to vulnerable populations

• Average household housing and transportation costs

• Percent of households with direct connections to job centers

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Goal 5: Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality

Bring existing infrastructure and transit assets into a state of good repair

Metrics: • Percent of National Highway System (NHS) lane miles of pavement in good condition • Percent of NHS lane miles of pavement in poor condition • Percent of NHS bridges in good condition • Percent of NHS bridges in poor condition • Percent of transit assets in a state of good repair

Balance cost-effective, implementable projects with high-impact projects

• Hele Mai Maui high-priority projects completed

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Statewide Federal Performance Targets Public agencies have moved to performance-based asset management, which focuses on projects that help to preserve the existing transportation system. In 2019 the Maui MPO Policy Board agreed to program projects that support Statewide safety, pavement, and bridge condition targets set in the Hawai‘i Statewide Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP). Failure to meet targets leads to penalties such as federal restrictions on use of funds.

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Near-Term Actions Hele Mai Maui is a long-range plan. It describes the projects and programs that are needed over the next 20 years to make it safer, easier, and more convenient to move on Maui and to improve the sustainability and resiliency of our transportation system. But not everything in the plan needs to take 20 years! There are many projects that will be built in the next 10 years, and there are programs that can roll out in the next two years. To help Maui get started, this chapter highlights 11 actions that Maui can move forward on immediately to start making the changes you’re hoping to see. Some of them have first steps completed, and others are less developed. However, these actions are critical to our success. While many of these will require work beyond the MPO, such as approval by the Maui County Council, we present near-term actions Maui MPO can support County, State, and community partners in implementing.

Pursue Federal Grants for Shovel-Ready Projects Many critical County projects, such as the Kihei North-South Collector Road and Multi-Use Path, don’t have fully identified funding. Projects that are “shovel-ready” are good candidates for federal grants, such as the BUILD Grant. BUILD Grants allow project sponsors, such as Maui County, to secure funding for transformative multimodal projects that are more difficult to support through traditional funding sources. These grants are highly competitive and require broad support and partnerships. Maui MPO and the County should confirm the scope and design of the project and develop an application for submission in 2020.

Launch the Vision Zero Action Plan to Eliminate Roadway Fatalities Maui County Mayor’s Vision Zero proclamation called for the creation of a Vision Zero Action Plan with strategies to eliminate traffic fatalities, developed in partnership with a coalition of agencies and safety advocates. Maui MPO will begin the development of the Action Plan in late 2019.

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Test Microtransit Upcountry Maui Bus is exploring innovative approaches to provide more flexible and cost-effective transit service on the island. Microtransit uses smaller vehicles that can provide a door-to-door, on-demand service to better connect people to the places they need to go. Maui County Department of Transportation should launch a pilot program in 2020 to explore the feasibility of microtransit on Maui.

Establish a Non-Profit to Advance the West Maui Greenway Plans for the West Maui Greenway Multi-Use Path are well developed, and community support is strong. The project has faced many implementation hurdles, and the time is right to explore a new approach. Maui MPO should work with community members and the Maui Bicycling League to establish a nonprofit that can own the project and facilitate building the next phase.

Expand an Airport Shuttle Program Managing the impacts of visitors and tourist traffic on Maui is a theme that emerged early in the Hele Mai Maui planning process. The MPO and Maui County should continue to partner with the visitor industry and State legislators to fund and expand an airport shuttle program that would reduce the need for visitors to rent cars at the airport. This would lessen the pressure on Maui’s roads and offer opportunities for car-free or car-light travel to Maui.

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Launch the Kahului to Wailuku Transit Corridor and Transit-Oriented Development Study The State of Hawai‘i has provided $500,000, matched by $100,000 from Maui County, to conduct a transit and TOD corridor study along Ka‘ahumanu Avenue between Kahului and Wailuku. This key connection presents an opportunity to expand mobility and increase affordable housing in Central Maui. To prepare for rapid implementation and leverage current development interest, the MPO and the County should begin the study in early 2020.

Test a Street and Bus Improvement District Maui County’s Parking Action Plan (2018) identifies paid parking in Lahaina Town as an important opportunity to manage the use of the curb, improve safety and mobility, and generate funding for transportation improvements. The County should test a Street & Bus Improvement District program in Lahaina by implementing paid parking in mid-2020 and reinvesting the revenues to fund street and bus improvements, such as a new transit hub.

Support a Maui General Excise Tax (GET) Surcharge A 0.5% GET surcharge could raise up to $37M a year for transportation projects on Maui. The Hele Mai Maui long-range plan establishes a list of projects that are priorities for funding, including bus transit improvements identified in the Maui Bus Short Range Transit Plan (2016). The opportunity to pursue a GET surcharge expired in early 2019. The Maui County Council and Administration should work with Maui’s Senators and Representatives to request that the State Legislature again offer the County the authority to implement a surcharge through an ordinance.

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Establish a ShortTerm Plan to Protect Key Roadways from Storm Events Several of Maui’s most important corridors, such as Honoapi ‘ ilani Highway and North and South Kihei Road, are incredibly vulnerable to storm events and other impacts of climate change and sea level rise. While longerterm planning efforts are underway, the MPO should work with the Maui County Department of Planning and HDOT to develop a near-term resiliency plan that explains the actions to be taken in responding to an emergency. This would help to prevent emergency actions, such as shoreline armoring, that can have unintended negative consequences.

Explore a Hāna Highway Visitor Management and Education Program Hāna Highway is one of the most popular tourist destinations on Maui, and it is also a critical link to the East Maui community. The large number of visitors is presenting safety and sustainability challenges and impacting residents’ quality of life. Potential techniques to manage the number of cars on Hāna Highway include a reservation system (similar to Ha‘ena State Park on Kaua‘i), enforcement of illegal parking, and educational programs. Maui MPO should support actions recommended by the Mayor’s visitor advisory group to mitigate impacts on Hāna Highway.

Develop a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Program for Government Employees One of the biggest traffic generators on Maui is the County and State offices in Wailuku. County and State employees arrive and depart at the same time each day, contributing to significant congestion and pressure on the transportation system. The County should develop and implement a TDM program—first for County employees, with opportunities to expand for State employees—that includes incentives to try carpooling or a different mode of transportation, offers flexible or shifted schedules, and manages parking.

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CONCLUSION

Moving Forward

hele mai maui There is much work to be done to achieve Maui’s transportation vision, but there is a strong foundation on which to build. By working together, by honoring our history, and by thinking creatively about the future, we can make this vision a reality. We will keep Maui, Maui and ensure that both our current and future generations have the mobility options they need to connect to the people and places they love.

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List of Appendices APPENDIX A

Hele Mai Maui Factbook

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Evaluation Framework

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Full Project List

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Scenario Planning

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Recommended Projects and Capital Programs

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Potential Funding Sources

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Federal and State Funding Projections

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What is

hele mai maui ? Hele Mai Maui is a 20-year plan that will identify safe and comfortable transportation options, services, and infrastructure for people of all ages and abilities.

Why Hele Mai Maui? Maui is growing, creating challenges for our current transportation system. Our population is also changing—the number of older adults is growing, and young people are driving less than their parents. Hele Mai Maui is the longrange transportation plan for the island of Maui, a key federal requirement carried out by the Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). Hele Mai Maui will prioritize transportation projects to receive limited funds.

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PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

PLANNING

The Planning Process on Maui STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION PLAN Policy Goals & Objectives All Transportation Modes

MAUI GENERAL PLAN & COMMUNITY PLANS

HELE MAI MAUI 2040 Project Definition Project Prioritization Implementation Plan

MID-RANGE PLAN

Who is the Maui MPO? Hele Mai Maui is led by the Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The MPO was formed in 2016 by Federal requirements to develop plans and programs for a multimodal transportation system. The formation of the MPO was triggered when the urbanized area of Kahului, Wailuku, and Pā‘ia exceeded 50,000 residents. The role of the MPO is:

COLLABORATION To facilitate regional and local surface transportation planning by serving as a forum for collaboration among local communities and government agencies.

8-10 Year Program Plan Expenditure Plan

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

FUNDING

BUDGET Capital Improvement Plan Operations & Maintenance STIP/TIP

To direct federal funds toward projects that increase access to opportunity and prosperity, while promoting the health and wellness of Maui’s people and environment through improved multimodal pedestrian, bicycle, and transit options

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT Environmental Preliminary Engineering

To learn more about the MPO, go to www.mauimpo.org

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Hele Mai Maui Process Hele Mai Maui will develop a vision for our transportation needs and opportunities over the next 20 years to ensure that our communities are connected by a safe, efficient, and sustainable transportation system. The project team—made up of County staff and consultants—will be engaging with the community at key milestones.

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Launch We kicked off in May 2018 by developing an overall project brand and website, forming our Community Think Tank, and holding meetings with key stakeholders.

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Values & Opportunities We will gather public input about what is most important when it comes to getting around Maui.

Maui Fact Book

Factbook This document presents a look at the emerging trends in transportation; a look at who lives, works, and visits Maui; how people move around Maui today; and a summary of key issues and opportunities to focus the next phase of work.

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In partnership with the community, we will identify bicycle, pedestrian, transit, auto, and programmatic improvements to help make it easier and safer to connect to jobs, schools, and family and friends.

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Program Prioritization Using public input and data, we will prioritize projects and programs to support people traveling around the island.

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For the final list of projects and programs, we’ll identify funding options and financial recommendations for getting it all done.

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Who Guides Our Work? Community Think Tank The Community Think Tank is an 18-member committee comprised of residents of all ages and geographies across the island. Think Tank members include students, teachers, advocates, and industry representatives. A full list of members can be found on the Hele Mai Maui website. The Think Tank will help identify key issues and opportunities, prioritize projects, and serve as an important sounding board for the project team throughout the development of Hele Mai Maui.

WHAT WE’VE HEARD SO FAR:

Technical Advisory Committee The MPO’s Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is a standing committee that provides input and technical advice to the Maui MPO Policy Board. It includes staff representatives from County of Maui Department of Planning, County of Maui Department of Public Works, County of Maui Department of Transportation, and the State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation. The TAC will provide technical guidance and oversight as Hele Mai Maui is developed, reviewing the plan before it is adopted.

Our roads are eroding and ocean water sometimes covers the highway.

Policy Board The Maui MPO Policy Board is another standing MPO committee that includes elected officials and department leaders. Members include the County of Maui Department of Planning Director, County of Maui Department of Transportation Director, County Department of Public Works Director, three Maui County Council members, and the State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation Director. In 2019, two state legislators will join the Policy Board. The Policy Board will review progress as Hele Mai Maui is developed and will approve the final plan.

You! Hele Mai Maui includes many opportunities to provide input along the way. Sign up for updates on the project website and check back frequently to see where and how you can get involved: https://mauimpo.org/hele-mai-maui-2040

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We need alternate routes from Lahaina to Wailuku and Kahului. I love taking the bus, but we need more stops and better shelters.

PARTNERSHIPS Include partner agencies and departments to ensure that plans reflect diverse needs.

There need to be better options for tourists so they don't all rent cars at the airport.

EQUITY Involve underrepresented communities in the process to ensure all voices are heard.

RESILIENCE Consider impacts of climate change on transportation infrastructure.

We need safer walkways in our community, especially near schools and parks.

I wish people would slow down and obey traffic laws.

LAND USE Link transportation conversations to how communities are built.

Separate places for bikes and cars would be best.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES Apply performance measures to project funding decisions to ensure effective progress toward community-wide goals.

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Maui’s Past As we begin to think about ways to make it easier for people to move around the island, both today and in 20 years, it’s important to first take a step back to understand the history of transportation on Maui and the plans that have shaped Maui into the place it is today. At the same time, we must look ahead to the emerging trends in transportation that will help to shape future mobility on Maui, including changes to our population and new technologies.

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A Rich History From the first Polynesian settlers to the growth of the sugar plantations in the 1800s, Maui has a rich history that shaped its transportation network. Pi‘ilani, ruling chief of Maui in the 1600s, created Ke Ala Loa—the first trail to encircle an entire Hawaiian island. The island’s first “modern” transportation system—the railroad—was built to accommodate the growing sugar industry. But the railroad closed in the 1950s, leaving the island dependent on air, ocean, and local roads to transport a growing number of people and goods. The closure of HC&S sugar cane operations in 2016 affected 32,000 acres of agricultural land. Coordinated land use planning is more important than ever.

Did you know? Many of the island’s primary roads have their roots in pathways used by Native Hawaiians. Others were developed as part of the sugar industry, although many are no longer in use today. Maui’s communities are as diverse as its landscapes, with communities that are more central and urban having very different needs than those in more rural areas or along the coasts. For example, in Wailuku and Kahului, traffic congestion is a challenge, while in Kīhei, pedestrian safety is a bigger issue. While some Maui residents speak only English, almost half (46%) speak a second language. More than a third (36%) of those living on Maui speak a native Asian or Pacific Islander language.

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A Strong Planning Foundation Maui has a strong history of plans that highlight the community’s commitment to the environment, protection of natural resources, respect for diversity, and access for all. These planning processes (described in the first section of the Factbook) have tackled the complex and varied needs of different parts of the island: from rural to more urban and from Upcountry to coastal. Hele Mai Maui will build on these past plans as we develop a vision for moving people around Maui in the years to come.

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The 6 Key Themes

Environment

Economy

Protection of the island’s natural environment is at the forefront of nearly all of Maui’s past plans.

Transportation plays a large role in Maui’s economic growth. Tourism is a significant contributor to the local economy but also presents challenges for transportation.

Connections Past plans emphasize transportation as a service for the community that should connect all people to jobs, destinations, and other key locations on the island.

Multimodal Systems Maui’s previous plans support a diverse range of transportation options, and Maui strives to build an integrated multimodal transportation system. Plans and policies call for reducing the numbers of people driving alone by providing new modes of transportation and improving the existing network.

Culture Native Hawaiian culture and history must be respected when planning and designing transportation projects. Preserving sites of importance, including burial grounds, requires careful study and consultation.

Safety Safety is one of the top priorities for Maui residents, regardless of how people travel, and is mentioned in the majority of past plans.

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The 6 Legacy Projects Along with a strong history of planning on Maui, there are a number of transportation projects that have been identified as priorities over the years. While this long-range plan won’t necessarily solve every one of these major transportation issues or identify funding to complete all the legacy projects, the work we do as part of Hele Mai Maui can help to build on the initial ideas that have emerged from many community discussions.

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West Maui Greenway The West Maui Greenway is a proposed multiuse trail that would connect Olowalu and Lāhaina. The 25mile trail would use abandoned cane haul roads and a railroad right-of-way to create a recreational trail connecting people to destinations between Ukumehame and Lipoa Point. The first phase will connect people from Ka`anapali to Lāhaina.

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Lāhaina Bypass The most recent phase of the Lāhaina Bypass was completed and opened to the public in April 2018. It includes the following improvements: A new 2.7-mile road between Hokiokio Place and Honoapi‘ilani Highway Intersection improvements at Hokiokio Place and Kai Hele Ku Street A new bridge over the future Punakea Loop Two detention basins and drainage structures A connection to Honoapi‘ilani Highway (Hwy 30), including a new South Connector Road

The next phase (shown on the map) will extend the bypass north to Ka‘anapali.

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North Shore Greenway The North Shore Greenway is a 1.7-mile path accessible from Kanahā Beach Park or the Kaunoa Senior Center. The next phase of the project will fill in the gap between Ulupua Place and Baldwin Park, allowing people to ride or walk continuously from Kanahā Beach Park to Pā‘ia.

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Pā‘ia Relief Route This project aims to alleviate congestion, accommodate future travel demand, and improve access and safety through widening of the Hāna Highway and/or constructing a new highway. One possible route for the project is currently in the environmental review phase.

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Honoapi‘ilani Highway The Hawai‘i Department of Transportation (HDOT) has several active projects along the Honoapi‘ilani Highway:

Pā‘ia

Jun 2018 - A second turn lane at the Kapunakea and Keawe Street intersections Aug 2018 - Resurfacing between Puamana Beach Park to Aholo Road Sept 2018 - Safety enhancements (rumble strips, pavement markings, signs) from Kapoli Street to Papalaua Beach Park and Ukumehame to Olowalu Dec 2018 - Feasibility study of alternatives for realignment of critically vulnerable section of highway from mile marker 13.5-14.5 just south of Olowalu Jan 2019 -

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Upgraded traffic signals along the corridor

The Pali to Puamana Parkway Plan outlines the vision to move the highway inland to improve safety and resilience to sea level rise, while protecting public open space and parks along the shoreline.

Kīhei North-South Collector Kīhei ’s North-South Collector road will bring much needed connectivity to the community. With a projected right-of-way of 60 feet, the new road will provide dedicated pedestrian and bicycle facilities to make it safer for everyone to use the road.

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A Look Ahead... The transportation landscape is changing daily. New technologies are making it easier for people to connect to transportation options, and people are demanding new travel choices. Hele Mai Maui will consider the influence of these trends—and the ways that Maui can help to shape them—throughout the planning process.

Technology New technology is changing the ways people connect, how information is shared, and what services are offered. Real-time travel information available via smart phone helps people make travel decisions at a moment’s notice. Apps connect people to new services and improve the experience of using current services, such as riding the bus.

Autonomous Vehicles The potential benefits of automation—such as improved safety, increased mobility, and maximized efficiency—may be just around the corner. However, Maui must be prepared to address potential challenges, including safety, integration with existing systems, and increasing congestion.

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Shared Mobility Shared mobility options provide new ways for people to get around without owning a vehicle. Car share and bike share systems make vehicles and bicycles readily available and accessible via smartphone; rideshare services support carpooling; shuttles connect people to transit or destinations; and ridehailing services, like Uber and Lyft, expand upon traditional taxi services.


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Tourism

Demographics

The local economy relies heavily on tourism, which accounts for 39% of the gross county product, 75% of all private sector jobs, and $3 billion in annual visitor spending. Despite shuttle bus service to many of the resort areas today, visitors often rely on rental cars to get around the island, increasing traffic congestion.

Today, people 65 and older make up approximately 17% of the state’s population; the same group is expected to be nearly a quarter of the population by 2040. The growth in older adults may be even greater on Maui, where 22% of the population is already at least 60 years old. This points to a need for a transportation system that safely serves people of all ages and abilities with a variety of travel options.

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Resilience The threat of global sea levels rising as much as 3.2 feet by 2060 could lead to $3.2 billion in economic loss (due to structure and land loss), 1,600 displaced homes, 3,130 flooded acres, and 11.2 miles of flooded major roadways on Maui. Damage to major utilities would have significant impacts on our communities and the economy, further limiting mobility on the island.

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Maui is a diverse island that has seen significant growth in the last 50 years. With that growth and diversity comes opportunities and challenges Residents for Visitors the people that live, work, and visit the island. Hele Mai Maui will identify investments and improvements that help all people connect to home, school, work, and Maui’s beautiful natural areas.

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66K

Total Housing Units

Average

$769K

Household Size

58% Units Owner Occupied

Median

Selling Price**

42% Units Renter Occupied

Source (unless otherwise noted below): 2016 ACS Census Data (5-Year) and State of Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism. (2018). Population and Economic Projections for the State of Hawaii to 2045. *Source: 2017 Hawaii Data Book **Source: Mayor’s Office of Economic Development Maui County (Aug 30, 2018)

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How many people live on Maui? Maui’s population has grown quickly since 1960 from 35,000 residents to over 150,000 residents in 2016. On an average day in 2018, about 61,000 visitors are on the island, resulting in an average daily population of 215,000 people. The number of visitors varies throughout the year, as does the number of residents, many of whom are seasonal.

Maui will grow at an average rate of

0.86%

per year

Moving forward, predictions indicate that both population and visitor rates will continue to rise, but at a significantly slower rate. Between 2018 and 2040, population will grow at an average rate of 0.86% per year in Maui County—a far cry from the 33.5% average annual growth rate between 1960 and 2010. The number of visitors is also projected to grow at a rate of 1.7% to 2.7% until 2040.

Did You Know?

75,136 187,814

60,847 154,675

200K

150K

By 2040, there will be 33,000 more people living on Maui.

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2040

2018

2016

2010

2000

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Residents

Visitors

Source: 2016 ACS Census Data (5-Year) and State of Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development, and Tourism. (2018). Population and Economic Projections for the State of Hawaii to 2045. *Visitor data not available for 1960 (visitor census data available from 1965).

154K Total Island

61K Total Daily

2.97 Average

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Where Do People Live & Work? Kapalua

Nāpili-Honokowai Ka‘anapali

West Maui Forest Reserve

Lāhaina

High concentrations of jobs and/or residents are relatively spread out, resulting in a need for infrastructure and services to connect people across the island.

Waikapū

Olowalu Ma‘alaea

Kīhei

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Makawao, Kīhei, and much of Central Maui have a dense mix of people living and working though many people may commute in and out.

Launiupoko

Kahulu

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Ha‘ikū-Pauwela and Waihe‘eWaiehu are areas with high concentrations of residents.

Wailuku

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Communities such as Ka‘anapali in West Maui, Kīhei and Wailea in South Maui, and Kahului in Central Maui have higher employment density due to jobs at the resorts and the industrial area around the airport.

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Population Density persons per acre

People and jobs on Maui are concentrated in a handful of areas. The darker areas on the map show parts of the island with more housing or more jobs. The darkest brown areas are those with a mix of many homes and many jobs.

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Did You Know? Nearly a third of Maui’s jobs are related to accommodations and food service, reflecting the importance of tourism to the island’s economy. Other job sectors include real estate, manufacturing, educational services, and agriculture.

Jobs on Maui by Industry

26%

5%

Ha‘ikū-Pa‘uwela Accommodation & Food Services Retail Trade

Hāli‘imaile

8% Health & Social Services Administration & Support, Waste Management & Remediation Construction Transportation & Warehousing

Makawao Pukalani

15%

6% 7%

Pā‘ia

33%

Other Source: 2016 ACS Census Data (5-Year)

Olinda Ko‘olau Forest Reserve

Kula

Hāna Haleakalā National Park

Hāna Forest Reserve

Keokea Kahikinui Forest Reserve

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Focusing on Equity Equity is an important tool to analyze people’s access to transportation and to plan future investments. Planning within an equity framework empowers decisionmakers to invest in places where transportation projects and programs can support historically underrepresented communities that may have fewer transportation options. Communities identified in darker shades of green may have a higher reliance on non-auto forms of transportation and are likely to benefit the most from multimodal investments in the transportation system. The transportation equity index is based on combined densities of people below 200% of the federal poverty level, adults aged 65 and over, youth between the ages of 10 to 17, households without access to a vehicle, people with a disability, people with limited English proficiency, and people who self-identify as not white/Caucasian.

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Kapalua Nāpili-Honokowai Ka‘anapali

Waihe‘e-Wai‘ehu West Maui Forest Reserve

Lāhaina

Wailuku

Launiupoko

Kahulu

Waikapū

Olowalu Ma‘alaea

24% Race/Ethnicity of Maui Residents

24%

39%

Kīhei

39% 9% Nearly two-

thirds of Maui’s population is nonwhite, 28% including many people of Native Hawaiian or Asian descent.

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9% 28% Race/Ethnicity White Asian Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Two or More

White Asian Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander Two or More

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Did You Know?

10%

11%

of residents live below the poverty line

of households rely on food stamps

($13,370)

Pā‘ia

Ha‘ikū-Pa‘uwela

5%

6%

of homes do not have access to a vehicle

of Maui residents are unemployed

22%

22%

of the population is over 60 years old

(about 1% higher than national rates)

of the population is under 17 years old

Hāli‘imaile Source: 2016 ACS Census Data (5-Year)

Makawao Pukalani

Olinda Ko‘olau Forest Reserve

Kula

Hāna Haleakalā National Park

Hāna Forest Reserve

Keokea Kahikinui Forest Reserve

Transportation Equity Index (by Census Block Group, 2016)

Darker green areas are those where focusing on equity is critical and where people may have a greater reliance on non-auto transportation.

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PART FOUR

How We Get

Around

The past plans and future transportation trends described earlier in the Factbook are an important piece of Maui’s mobility story. The way people get around today—and the ways they want to move in the future—point to opportunities for Hele Mai Maui to guide the next 20 years of transportation on the island. This section looks at who drives, walks, bikes, and takes the bus on Maui today, focusing on the places people need to go and the connections they are making.

Getting to Work on Maui

72% drive alone to work.

People who work on Maui mostly drive alone to work.

Source: 2016 ACS Census Data (5-Year)

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14% share rides to work.

2%

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Commute by Mode

72% Drive Alone

Source: 2016 ACS Census Data (5-Year)

Did You Know?

14%

Carpool & Vanpool

3%

Walk

1%

6%

Work from Home

3%

Bus

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Just over half of Maui commuters can get to work in

less than 20

minutes

Other

<1%

Bicycle

<1%

which is 20% less than the national average.

Motorcycle

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Transit on Maui Maui Bus has provided transit service to move people around the island since 2009. Understanding how existing service operates is important for identifying ways to make the bus easier for everyone to use. In July 2018, for example, Maui Bus launched the new Kula Islander and Waihe‘e Villager services to bring transit to new areas. New buses and real-time information available on the Maui Bus app also make it easier than ever to ride the bus on Maui.

13 Maui Bus Routes help move people across the island seven days a week, including the new Kula Islander and Waihe‘e Villager routes.

4 Commuter Buses help get people to work on Maui. There are often long lines of people waiting for the commuter buses, suggesting a need for more of these services.

Several Private Shuttles transport visitors between airports and hotels, on tours and sightseeing trips, and to shopping centers.

1 Key Transit Hub connects most routes at the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Shopping Center in Kahului. Maui Bus staff are on hand to help people transfer between routes. A new transit hub is planned for Vevau Street in 2020.

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Annual Ridership by Route

(May 2017- April 2018) The West Maui Islander, Kīhei Islander, Lāhaina Islander, Wailuku Loop, and Kahului Loop routes have the highest ridership. These routes also serve areas with the highest population and job density.

West Maui Islander Kīhei Islander Lāhaina Islander Wailuku Loop* Kahului Loop* Upcountry Islander Hai‘kū Islander Lāhaina Villager Kīhei Villager Kula Villager Ka‘anapali Islander

98,000 92,000 86,000 63,000 18,000 15,000

371,000 283,000 259,000 228,000 217,000

for both * Accounts clockwise and reverse routes

Source: Maui Bus Data (2017-2018)

*Accounts for both clockwise and reverse routes

Maui Bus ridership peaked in 2012 with

2.4M

Ridership dropped

annual riders

2.3M

2.2M

2.18M

26%

between 2012 and 2017

2.1M 1.9M 1.8M

The reduction in transit ridership is consistent with national trends caused by factors such as low gas prices, new mobility options, and strong economic growth. However, Maui's 26% drop in ridership is a much higher percentage than experienced in many communities.

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

Source: Maui Bus Data (2017-2018)

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Walking on Maui Each day, people walk, roll, or use mobility devices like wheelchairs to move on Maui. Whether getting to the bus stop, to their parked car, or within their community, people should feel safe and comfortable getting around Maui. Providing safe places to walk on Maui requires careful consideration of and respect for the natural and rural context of the island. While sidewalks are not needed along every major highway in Maui—especially longer-distance connections between towns—providing safe places to walk to schools, community centers, and other local destinations is critical. In more rural areas, creative design approaches can be used, such as crushed gravel paths away from the side of the road, to avoid disrupting the natural environment.

Existing pedestrian infrastructure in Kīhei, Wailuku, Pā‘ia, and Lāhaina (clockwise from top left). Sidewalks or trails and well-marked crossings were noted as the two items most needed to make walking better on Maui by survey respondents in August 2018.

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Biking on Maui Whether it’s riding along the coast or through Upcountry, bicycling on Maui is popular among residents and visitors. However, creating a bikeable Maui that makes it easier and safer to ride for all types of trips requires a more intentional approach to bicycle infrastructure.

A new bike lane in Pā‘ia (top) and a multi-use path in Kīhei (bottom) provide dedicated space for people biking.

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Kapalua Nāpili-Honokowai Ka‘anapali

Waihe‘e-Wai‘ehu

Greenway Greenways provide a space completely separated from the roadway, usually buffered by landscaping, for bicyclists. Examples include a greenway running parallel to Maui Veterans Highway and the North Shore Greenway connecting Kahului and Pā‘ia.

West Maui Forest Reserve

Lāhaina

Wailuku

Launiupoko Olowalu

Kahul

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Bicycle Lane Bicycle lanes create dedicated space on the roadway for bicycles. This helps improve safety by providing clear space for cars and bikes, but bike lanes that lack protection may not be comfortable for all types of riders.

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Bicycle Route Bicycle routes are typically marked with signs but include no other roadway treatments or improvements. On Maui, routes tend to be along major corridors where bicyclists are encouraged to ride on the shoulder. Bicycle routes along high-speed roads generally attract only the most fearless of riders.

Trails

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Makawao Pukalani

Olinda Ko‘olau Forest Reserve 360

377

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Trails are secluded and provide access to walkers, hikers, and bikers. Most trails on the island are maintained by the Hawai‘i Na Ala Hele Program.

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Bicycle Facilities Greenway Lane Route Trails

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About 85% of people use a car to get to work on Maui, whether they drive alone or carpool. Respondents to the Hele Mai Maui survey (summer 2018) indicated that they drive for most trips, especially when traveling between communities. This reliance on driving leads to congestion, increases the need for roadway maintenance, and adds greenhouse gases and other pollutants to our air. Visitors to Maui are also primarily driving—Maui has the largest number of rental vehicles in the state.

Kapalua Nāpili-Honokowai Ka‘anapali

Waihe‘e-Wai‘ehu West Maui Forest Reserve

Lāhaina

Wailuku

Launiupoko Olowalu

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Waikapū Ma‘alaea 311

…The more roads we build, the more traffic we will have. I prefer slowing down drivers with less lanes and adding greenways to make this island more of a meandering experience…

While 90% of summer 2018 survey respondents primarily rely on a vehicle to get around Maui today, more than half would like to use other modes of transportation. Hele Mai Maui has the opportunity to increase the number of safe, reliable, and comfortable options to provide people with news ways to travel.

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The busiest roadways on Maui are those that connect people to jobs located in Kahului, Wailea, and Ka‘anapali. These roads link the major employment centers and residential centers of the island. Because many parts of Maui are connected by only one major road, the most travelled roadways are those in areas with few options, such as Honoapi‘ilani Highway or Haleakalā Highway. A transportation system with limited options—or a lack of redundancy— can create challenges during emergencies when demands to get into or out of an area are high.

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10 - 5,000 5,001 - 10,000 10,001 - 20,000 20,001 - 50,000 Annual Average Daily Trips (AADT) estimates the number of vehicles that travel along a road each day.

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Safety on Maui The County of Maui has adopted Vision Zero, with a goal of eliminating all traffic fatalities by 2040. Maui police data shows there are more than 100 traffic collisions on Maui involving people walking and bicycling each year. To understand how safe Maui’s roadways are today, we analyzed crash data from 2010 to 2017. The maps in this section show “crash density,” which highlights areas of the island where more pedestrians and cyclists are hit by vehicles. This analysis helps point to areas of Maui where transportation improvements are needed.

Kapalua Nāpili-Honokowai Ka‘anapali

Waihe‘e-Wai‘ehu West Maui Forest Reserve

Lāhaina

Wailuku

Launiupoko

Waikapū

Olowalu Ma‘alaea

Note: Crashes are between either bikes and motor vehicles or pedestrians and motor vehicles.

Kahului, Wailea/Kīhei, and Lāhaina have the highest number of collisions that involve a bicycle or pedestrian on the island.

Kahulu

Kīhei

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Bicycle collisions make up 35% of bicycle or pedestrian involved crashes, and pedestrian collisions account for the remaining 65%. The majority (59%) of bicycle/pedestrian collisions result in nonserious injuries, but 15% result in serious injury or death.

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People walking and bicycling, who are often children or elderly, represent a disproportionate rate of fatalities County of Maui invests in Complete Streets and Safe Routes to School to encourage safe and active transportation Vision Zero Committee to advise Mayor’s Office and County Council on implementing a Vision Zero Safety Action Plan

Pā‘ia

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In the summer 2018 Hele Mai Maui survey of nearly 300 residents, community members identified safety as their top transportation value.

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Kula

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Hāna Forest Reserve

Keokea Kahikinui Forest Reserve

Nearly half of all reported collisions were caused by an unknown factor, suggesting a need for better data collection when a crash occurs. Four percent of all collisions involved people illegally in the roadway, which suggests that some areas lack facilities that provide safe spaces for people to walk and bike.

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Central Maui What does this map tell us? Large intersections with slip lanes—right-turn lanes that don’t require a vehicle to stop—are major locations for crashes because they speed up traffic and create potential conflicts with pedestrians. Crash hot spots that have slip lanes include:

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2014

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Average fatalities per year since 2010

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2011

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2010

66

Pedestrian Collisions by Severity

Source: Maui County Police Department (2010-2017)

Unknown

40

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Non-serious Injury

No Injury

Serious Injury

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10

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2016

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2012

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Average fatalities per year since 2010

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2010

66

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Unknown

Non-serious Injury

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Fatal Car Crashes

Ka‘anapali

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Lāhaina

Wailuku

Launiupoko Olowalu

Ma‘alaea

Nearly all of these crashes occurred along the island’s highways or other major thoroughfares, reinforcing the need to improve roadway design to enhance safety for all.

Kīhei

Waile

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12 2012

Fatalities Resulting from Vehicle Only Crashes

12 13 11

Source: Maui County Police Department (2010-2017)

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Waikapū

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The 75 fatalities are distributed across the island, but Upcountry and Central Maui each account for about a third of fatalities.

Nāpili-Honokowai

2016

Maui police data show that between 2012 and 2017 there were about 11 fatalities annually due to crashes involving vehicles only.

Kapalua

2015

Here’s what we know about where fatal motor vehicle crashes occurred:

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Here’s what we know about why fatal motor vehicle crashes occurred:

Pā‘ia

• More than 75% of these fatalities were caused by drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs. • Speeding accounted for 8% of crashes, while no other individual factor accounted for more than three fatal crashes. • These data suggest the importance of education and enforcement as well as better roadway design.

Ha‘ikū-Pa‘uwela

Hāli‘imaile Makawao Pukalani

Olinda Ko‘olau Forest Reserve

Kula

Hāna Haleakalā National Park

Hāna Forest Reserve

Keokea Kahikinui Forest Reserve

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Other Ways of Getting Around Maui Today In 2015, there were nearly 140,000 passenger vehicles, over 20,000 rental vehicles, and just over 4,000 motorcycles/motor scooters registered in Maui County. While driving a personal vehicle is the primary mode of transportation on the island, Maui Bus and newer mobility options are changing the ways people get around.

TAXI

Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) & Taxis Several local taxi services, as well as TNCs such as Lyft and Uber, are available on Maui. Uber has been on Maui since 2014 and Lyft since 2017. These services provide alternatives to renting or owning a car for some people. They also provide a new travel option for some trips, especially shorter connections.

Electric Carts Turtle Tracks is a local business that uses five-passenger neighborhod electric vehicles to provide on-demand, local trips at $3 per ride. The service operates along South KÄŤhei Road and to Wailea. Most people who use the service are visitors.

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Kahului Airport Kahului Airport—the state’s largest rental car provider with an average of 2,200 rentals per day—is in the midst of a $340 million project to construct a consolidated car rental facility. When complete in May 2019, this new facility will move all car rental companies to a single location, reducing congestion in the airport area by eliminating the shuttles associated with the remote rental car lots.

Source: Pacific Business News

Rendering of Kahului Airport consolidated car rental facility.

RENTAL

Rental Cars Rental cars are popular with visitors, but shuttle ridership trends suggest visitors are now looking for alternatives. The large number of visitors to Maui—and current rates of car rentals— puts a tremendous strain on Maui’s roadways.

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59% 55% 51% 39% Through Hele Mai32% Maui outreach in summer 2018, the project team heard from people at in-person events and through an online survey. We talked to hundreds of people from all parts of Maui, asking about what works and what doesn’t when it comes to 27% transportation today. You told us what would make it better to walk, bike, take the bus, and drive, and you shared the values that are most important to you when it 21% comes to moving around Maui. Here are a few highlights about how you move today: Less traffic

Clear spaces for cars

What You Said No potholes

Wider roads Lighting

Other

Faster signals

What’s most important? Safety, sustainability and resiliency, travel time, and affordability were the priorities people shared for getting around Maui.

Maui needs safe travel options and better connections between those options.

Want to get involved? Visit the Hele Mai Maui website to sign up for updates and learn about upcoming events: https://mauimpo.org/ hele-mai-maui-2040

Walking on Maui would be better if there were... More than 80% of people identified more sidewalks or trails as the most important walking improvement needed on Maui. Crossing improvements and better street lighting were also identified as priorities. Comments cited the crossings along South Kīhei Road as examples of what is desired, and called for enforcement of speed limits and other traffic regulations for the safety of all.

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Sidewalks or trails

49% 46% 45% 38% 27% 24% 19%

82%

Well-marked crossings Well-lit streets

Pedestrian signals

Trees/landscaping Slow cars

Curb ramps Other

I would like to see more walking paths with places to stop and rest along the way. Also, more trees would make it nicer to walk on hot days.


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Sidewalks or trails

49% 46% 45% 38% 27% 24% 19%

82%

Well-marked crossings Well-lit streets

Pedestrian signals

Trees/landscaping Slow cars

Curb ramps Other

I would like to see more walking paths with places to stop and rest along the way. Also, more trees would make it nicer to walk on Community members identify areas where they feel transportation solutions are needed on Maui. hot days.

Biking on Maui would be better if there were... Adding bike lanes, trails, and greenways were the improvements most people identified to help improve biking on Maui. Respondents also noted a need for parking facilities and lighting.

Bike lanes Trails and greenways

40% 34% 26% 24% 14%

77% 63%

Places to park my bike Traffic signals Bikes to rent Slower cars Other

We need safe, well marked or separated, and clean bike lanes all around the island. Then I could go to common places like work, home, and entertainment on my bike.

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Riding the bus on Maui would be better if... Nearly half of the survey respondents identified more frequent bus service and better shelters as improvements that would get them to ride the bus more often. Respondents also note the need for more stops and routes that allow tourists to move without a rental car.

51% 49% 38% 37% 37% 28% 27%

The bus came more often Better bus shelters

Early and late times I would like to see more walking Faster buses paths with places to stop and rest along the way. Also, more trees More transit would make it maps nicer to walk on hot days.

Other

Weekend service

We need safe, well marked or separated, and clean bike lanes all around the island. Then I could go to Less traffic common places like work, home, and entertainment on my bike.

Wider roads Lighting Other

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Maui needs reliable alternative routes between some of our major destinations. We need to have a new option between places like Lahaina and Kahului.

59% 55% 51% 39% 32% 27% 21%

Clear spaces for cars No potholes

Bus routes on Maui need to be more integrated with each other. I shouldn’t always have to go to Kahului to switch between routes.

Faster and signals Maui’s younger residents enjoyed coloring learning about transportation, while parents participated in completing surveys, identifying transportation hotspots, and communicating their mobility values.


27%

I would like to see more walking paths with places to stop and rest along the way. Also, more trees would make it nicer to walk on hot days.

Bus routes on Maui need to be more integrated with each other. I Hele Mai Maui Factbook 2018 shouldn’t always have to go to Kahului to switch between routes.

Driving on Maui would be better if there were... People would like less traffic, separation between cars and bikes, and fewer potholes to make driving more pleasant on Maui. Written comments also call out the need for synchronized signals, alternative routes between communities, and enforcement to keep all users safe.

Less traffic

59% 55% 51% 39% 32% 27% 21%

Clear spaces for cars No potholes

We need safe, well Widermarked roadsor separated, and clean bike lanes all around the island. Then I could go to common places like Lighting work, home, and entertainment on my bike.

Other

Faster signals

Maui needs reliable alternative routes between some of our major destinations. We need to have a new option between places like Lahaina and Kahului.

Maui needs safe travel options and better connections between those options.

The Hele Mai Maui Community Think Tank convened to discuss the challenges facing Maui’s transportation system.

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PART FIVE

Where We Go From

Here

Through Hele Mai Maui outreach and engagement, we’ve heard that Maui residents want safe, comfortable, and reliable ways to get around the island. For some that means better biking connections or safer walking conditions; for others, that means a reliable way to drive or an efficient trip to work on the bus. We also know that visitors need more options to reduce the need for car rentals for the duration of their stay. This section summarizes what we’ve heard from the community. It also builds on our analysis of existing transportation options, how people get around, and who lives and visits the island today and in the future. This discussion sets the groundwork to explore solutions for transportation on Maui for the next 20 years. Each of the six topics below includes a description of what we learned and introduces some of the opportunities that will be explored in the next phases of Hele Mai Maui.

Multimodal Options What we know: We’ve heard that people are interested in biking, walking, taking transit, and sharing rides on the island. And we’ve also heard that they want the trips they do need to make by car to be more reliable. However, making a variety of travel options a preferred choice to driving alone is challenging given the current transportation system and offerings.

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Nearly

Ridership on Maui Bus has declined

75% 26% of residents

drive alone to work.

since 2012.

Bus routes operate every hour at best, making it difficult to depend on transit for most trips.

Technology

New mobility options like Uber and Lyft are just beginning to pop up on Maui.

More localized options, like Turtle Tracks, provide an easy option for people get around KÄŤhei and Wailea.

is changing the way people commute and connect.

It is easier than ever for people to use their smartphones to find shared rides and to see where the bus is in real time.

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Multimodal Options What we know: Through our summer outreach, we learned about transportation “hot spots” on Maui. These are places that are challenging to walk, bike, take the bus, or drive.

Freight There are three key freight routes on Maui— Honoapi‘ilani Highway, Kuihelani Highway, and Pi‘ilani Highway. These routes are often congested at peak hours, which can slow delivery times. With the increase in online shopping, freight and delivery needs are likely to increase.

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Waihe‘e-Wai‘ehu West Maui Forest Reserve

Lāhaina Launiupoko Olowalu

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Kīhe Areas of community focus for:

Walking safety Bike safety Bus shelter needs Traffic Congestion

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Waikapū

Source: Maui News

Traffic is congested on key routes during peak travel times.

Kahul

Wailuku

Wail

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Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center

Many Maui Bus routes start and end at Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center, which increases the amount of time it takes to ride the bus.

Airport Rental Car Facility The rental car facility at the airport is the primary rental facility on the island. This means that most visitors rent a car for their entire stay rather than having easy access to a vehicle for a day trip.

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Pā‘ia

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Bike routes on Maui are somewhat disconnected, and many of the existing facilities are simply signed routes. Long commutes also make biking challenging, particularly due to the warm weather and hills. These factors combine to create a biking environment that feels unsafe and uninviting for most people.

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Multimodal Options Opportunities we’ll explore:

Helping people get around Maui now and in the future is not just about roads, bike lanes, and transit service—it’s also about education, awareness, and building programs that reach people.

Bus • Explore opportunities for a second transit hub to make connecting between routes more efficient. • Seek funds to increase bus frequency on high ridership routes. • Consider places where it makes sense to designate transit corridors, giving priority to buses to improve reliability. • Leverage success of visitor and commuter shuttles to resorts. • Market Maui Bus to visitors with more convenient airport access. • Create additional parkand-ride lots.

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Bike • Encourage biking for short trips (3 miles or less) and for recreation. • Explore bike share opportunities for major commercial centers and resorts, including electric bike share to support longer trips. • Expand the bike network, including greenways and protected bike lanes.


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Walk • Explore opportunities to make walking safer and more comfortable within our communities by using innovative and low-cost treatments. • Map and preserve historic trails. • Expand public access to parks and open space.

New Mobility • Consider programs that support shared rides that help people get to work or school and connect to transit. • Explore new shared mobility options—such as shuttles, Lyft and Uber, short-term car rentals, car share, and bike share. • Pilot a Central Maui shuttle service (modeled after “Free Ride Everywhere Downtown”).

Programs • Develop programs and campaigns to build the business case for biking, walking, taking transit, and sharing rides for all types of trips. • Consider a public outreach campaign for a “car-free” visitor experience. • Consider limiting rental cars, providing shuttles, or charging vistor tolls along the Road to Hāna and other key visitor destinations. • Identify locations for short- and long-term car rental and car share options throughout the island and partner with hotels and resorts to host rental cars.

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Health & Safety Having safe ways to move around the island is one of Maui residents’ top concerns. People worry about fast-moving vehicles and limited facilities for people walking and biking. Those same concerns have an impact on the health of Maui residents, as a lack of a safe and connected bicycle and pedestrian network impacts our individual and community health.

What we know: There are approximately

100

crashes involving people walking and biking

on average each year.

21%

of these collisions involve people

over the age of 60.

17% are with

kids under 18 years old. Source: Maui County Police Department (2010-2017)

Maui’s adult obesity rate is

24%

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And a quarter of children between the ages of 10-17 are overweight or obese.

Source: The State of Obesity. (2017). The State of Obesity in Hawaii

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Missing and disconnected facilities

contribute to safety concerns and limited opportunities for physical activity.

Poorly maintained crosswalk on Pi‘ikea Avenue, at South Kīhei Road.

No sidewalk for pedestrians on Pi‘ikea Avenue.

Difficult crossing at Onehe‘e Avenue and Uhu Street.

Opportunities we’ll explore: • Explore opportunities to partner with public health agencies to develop an education campaign that helps people understand the connection between transportation and health. • Leverage existing organizations and island-wide efforts such as the Healthy Eating Active Living Coalition and Vision Zero. • Identify opportunities to build on the County’s existing Safe Routes to School program and to develop a Safe Routes for Seniors program to identify needed improvements and raise awareness about safety for Maui’s most vulnerable people.

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Sustainability & Resilience Ground transportation on Maui accounts for 27% of petroleum use on the island, contributing to carbon emissions that cause climate change. Additionally, a recent study found that sea level rise of 3.2 feet by 2100 would render more than 11 miles of major coastal roads on Maui impassible, jeopardizing critical access to and from many communities. Natural disasters like brush fires and flooding also cause closures, which could become more frequent with climate change.

What is “sustainability?” Sustainability focuses on managing change in a balanced way to meet the needs of current and future generations. Sustainable transportation systems minimize negative impacts to the natural environment and improve human health and mobility.

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Lāhaina

Wailuku

Launiupoko

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Kahului

Ha‘ikū-Pa‘uwela

One way in and one way out

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Waikapu

Pukalani

Olowalu

Olinda

Ma‘alaea

Kīhei

What is “resilience?” Resilience is defined as the capacity to absorb stress and maintain function in the face of disruption. Resilient transportation systems are able to move people around after extreme weather events, collisions, and equipment or infrastructure failure.

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What we know: • Sustainability and resilience was one of the top values people shared through summer 2018 public input. • Shoreline erosion, storms, and sea level rise are projected to increase and continue to damage major infrastructure like the Honoapi‘ilani Highway. • Increases in Maui’s population, visitors, and auto rentals strains the transportation system, as well as the island’s natural resources.

Infrastructure damage after Hurricane Lane passed south of Maui County.

Opportunities we’ll explore: • Explore partnerships with private landowners to identify emergency routes that can be used during natural disasters. • Protect views, archeological and cultural lands and resources, and environmentally sensitive areas through regulation and active management. • Expand stormwater management and landscaping in new development and redevelopment to help prevent erosion, recharge aquifers, and provide shade. • Coordinate with the County to develop an “adopt-a-street” program to incorporate small-scale stormwater management and landscaping into new and redevelopment projects. • Learn from best practices to integrate adaptable approaches to infrastructure design to ensure resilience of public investments in a changing environment. • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by supporting expanded use of electric vehicles and biofuels, especially in County fleets and buses.

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Growth & Efficiency Maui’s transportation system is challenged by increased use—due, in part, to the large number of visitors. Maui has experienced significant growth in the past 40 years. Today, housing, job centers, and other key destinations are spread across the island, making it difficult to get around efficiently without a vehicle.

194K more people living on the island by 2045

20K more jobs on Maui by 2045

more visitors on the island every day by 2045

2K

1M

cars travel the Road to Hana each day

67

miles of Maui highways in National Freight Network *

2.4M tons of freight arrive in Kahului harbor annually**

*Source: Hawai’i Department of Transportation (2018) **Source: Maui County Data Book (2017)

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820

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people visit Haleakala National Park every year

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What we know: People value getting to the places they need to go efficiently. Those who participated in our summer 2018 engagement said that they don’t want to be stuck in traffic—it takes them away from friends and family and from doing the things they enjoy. Our demographics are changing. By 2045, 23.8% of the island population will be over the age of 65—a 40% increase for this age group. In line with national trends, the younger generation on Maui is likely to drive less than their parents. While many people make long trips to work—like between Kula and Lāhaina—it generally takes less time for people on Maui to get to work than it does in other parts of the country.

Source: Maui News Traffic congestion on Honoapi‘ilani Highway.

Opportunities we’ll explore: • Highlight the importance of infill development, complete communities, and transportation corridors. Leverage the County’s update to its zoning code to strengthen the connection between land use and transportation and better manage growth and infrastructure needs. • Use Maui County’s new Street Design Manual to support right-of-way decisions that create great places and connect people. • Consider the opportunity to require new development and redevelopment to include facilities and programs that support biking, walking, and taking transit. • Update the County’s subdivision code to support connectivity for people walking and biking.

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Funding & Affordability Funding and affordability are a key issue for both Maui residents and for the agencies and departments who design, build, operate, and maintain transportation projects, programs, and services. Financial constraints represent a balance between a strong desire to meet Maui’s infrastructure needs and known financial limitations.

What are the sources of transportation funding today?

4%* 2% 3%

1%*

The funding that will be needed to support transportation and mobility Federal Highway Administration 2% will on Maui andFunding Sources Constrained 1%come from federal 4% state sources. Hele Mai MauiSurface will Transportation 3%prioritize projects and determine Block Grant how National Highway funds should be allocated moving Performance Program 16% forward.

16%

Highway Safety Improvement Program

76%

Federal Administration Highway Administration FederalHighway Highway Administration Federal Constrained Funding Sources Constrained Funding Sources Funding Sources

1%

76%

Surface Transportation Block Grant

Transportation Alternatives Program

National Highway Performance Program

National Recreational Trails

Highway Safety Improvement Program

*

*

Safe Routes to School ($200K annually)

Source: 4-Year Total from Federal Highway Administration (2019-2022 Estimates) *Competitive grant program

Federal Highway Administration Funding Sources

What we know:

6%

Transportation Alternatives Program

National Recreational Trails

MauiSafe has 157 to miles highways Routes Schoolof ($200K annually) owned and maintained by the State of Hawai’i Department of Transportation. The majority are on the National Highway System and all are eligible for Federal funding. These roads are critical to mobility for regional movements — they link airports, harbors, industrial areas, and major communities, and support commuter, visitor, and freight travel. Also included in Maui’s Federal Aid System are 185 miles of roads owned and maintained by Maui County Department of Public Works.

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Transportation and housing costs are high. The average single family home sold for $769,000 in 2018, which is up 30 percent since 2015.

GEOGRAPHY

PERCENT INCOME SPENT ON HOUSING

PERCENT INCOME SPENT ON TRANSPORTATION

TOTAL PERCENT INCOME SPENT ON HOUSING/TRANSPORTATION

Maui Island

35%

23%

56%

County of Maui

33%

23%

55%

City & County of Honolulu

33%

19%

52%

County of Kauai

32%

24%

55%

County of Hawaii

33%

28%

61%

Bend, Oregon

31%

25%

56%

Las Vegas, Nevada

29%

24%

53%

Cape Coral, Florida

32%

26%

59%

With the increase in visitors, short-term rentals have squeezed the housing market, making long-term rentals difficult to find. These demands have driven prices to an average of about $1,475 per month for a one-bedroom unit, which is unaffordable for many Maui residents.

Opportunities we’ll explore: • Develop multimodal projects that can compete for varied funding sources. • Plan for maintenance needs at the beginning of projects to ensure full lifecycle costing. • Explore opportunities to partner with employers to fund transit and transportation services. • Partner with Maui Bus to develop a low-income fare structure. • Explore opportunities to create complete communities with a mix of housing and transportation options. • Work in partnership with the State of Hawai’i Department of Transportation to identify funding strategies for state roads and proposed projects.

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PART SIX

Next Up For

hele mai maui

We heard that people on Maui want it to be safer, easier, and more convenient to travel around the island, for both residents and visitors. We also heard that people value a sustainable, resilient, and affordable transportation system that will serve people on Maui for years to come. Below are a few takeaways from our work that will help us launch the next phase of Hele Mai Maui, which is working with you to identify and prioritize projects that best meet these needs.

Maui is growing. Investments in the transportation system are needed to accommodate this growth and keep Maui the beautiful place that it is to live, work, and visit.

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Transit options can be improved. While transit service reaches much of the island, ridership has declined and community members want service to be more convenient. People also want waiting for the bus to be more comfortable and pleasant.

Safety is a priority. Safety on the island is top of mind for community members, and the data show that serious and fatal collisions are a critical issue. Safety for everyone on our roads— whether they are walking, biking, or driving—is a focus for Hele Mai Maui.

Affordability is a challenge.

Housing and transportation affordability are a challenge for people on Maui, taking more than half of people’s income. In many cases, people are forced to live long distances from where they work to find affordable housing, adding to the congestion on the island and to the cost of transportation.

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More sustainable and resilient infrastructure is needed. Our transportation system contributes to climate change and is vulnerable to its effects. We need to focus on opportunities to better manage our impacts and create a system that will work for future generations.

Driving is the most common way to get around. With the growing population and growing number of visitors, there is a need to make driving on the island more reliable while providing better non-driving options for people.

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Walking and biking are challenging. Missing and disconnected bicycle and pedestrian facilities make it difficult for people to bike and walk.


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Join Us! Over the next eight months, the Hele Mai Maui project team will continue to ask Maui residents to help shape our work. We will partner with you to: Identify goals that represent the values you’ve shared Host a “call for projects” to make sure your transportation projects are captured Establish criteria to evaluate the benefits and tradeoffs of projects identified by the community Create a funding plan for the final list of projects Develop the final Hele Mai Maui Plan — the 20-year vision for transportation on Maui

Check back to the project website for updates on the next round of community engagement in early 2019!

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Evaluation Framework

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Evaluation Framework

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HELE MAI MAUI: LONG-RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN Project Evaluation Process Maui’s past planning efforts have yielded a sizable list of transportation projects and programs to make it safer, easier, and more comfortable for people to travel around the island over the next 20 years. However, transportation funding and staff resources are limited, necessitating a process to prioritize investments that will best achieve the community’s goals.

Four-Step Framework As part of Hele Mai Maui, the project team developed a four-step evaluation framework to help screen, score, assess scenarios, and prioritize projects for funding and implementation. The table below describes the steps in this process.

Step

Purpose

Screening

Filter a very large number of project and program recommendations from past plans and community outreach to identify those appropriate for long-range plan scoring and prioritization/recommendation

Scoring

Use geographic criteria to score projects based on community values, identifying the transportation projects (for all modes) across the island that best match the values

Assessing Scenarios

Develop scenarios that combine different types of projects and capital programs to assess their relative strengths in meeting the Hele Mai Maui goals

Prioritizing & Recommending

Combine projects from the scenarios to develop a near-, medium-, and long-term list of recommended investments, focusing on qualitative assessment to create the greatest benefit

Each of these steps is described in more detail below, including specific proposed criteria for the geographic prioritization and more generalized criteria to establish project phasing. The graphic to the right illustrates how this process was used to sort a large number of projects into those most important for funding through the Long-Range Plan.

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Step 1: Screening The project team worked with TAC members and the public to develop a comprehensive list of transportation project and program needs for Maui. This needs list drew from past planning efforts that included project lists (e.g., TIP, CIP, Maui Bike Plan), from resident requests to the County of Maui and the MPO, and from community outreach across the island (in February and March 2019). This list was screened through the following process: A. Is the need a project or a program? Projects continue through the process, and programmatic needs are included in a separate section of the Long-Range Plan. B. Is the project on State road, a County road, or a private road that is open to the public? Projects located on State or County roads continue through the process. Projects on private roads are referred back to County Public Works. C. Is the project on a Federal Aid Road? Only projects on Federal Aid Roads are eligible for funding through the MPO. All other projects—such as those on local roads or rural minor collectors—are referred back to County Public Works and maintained on a list of transportation needs. D. Is the project on a regionally significant road? Select Non-Federal Aid Roads may be regionally significant or may be classified as Federal Aid roads in the future. Projects that are deemed regionally significant will continue through the process, and those that are not will be referred back to County Public Works.

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Step 2: Scoring With a screened list of projects in hand, the project team used geographic criteria to score the remaining projects. A focus on geographic criteria at this stage maked it possible to evaluate a large number of projects quickly, adjusting criteria weighting as necessary to best match the community’s values, needs, and technical priorities. The criteria for scoring—based on the Hele Mai Maui goals—are described in the table below.

Descriptive Evaluation Criteria

Geographic Evaluation Criteria

Goal

Desired Outcomes

1. Improve safety and promote health

▪ Eliminate traffic-related fatalities and reduce serious injuries from traffic collisions ▪ Improve safety for people walking and biking ▪ Increase physical activity by making walking and biking preferred modes of travel

▪ Is the project located in a high crash location? − Top 30 high crash locations (all crash types) − Corridor with nonmotorized fatalities

2 Points ▪ Projects within 1/10 mile of high crash locations on county roads OR 1/4 mile of high crash locations on state roads ▪ Projects on a corridor with non-motorized fatalities

2. Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability

▪ Improve climate resilience and adaptability of infrastructure ▪ Reduce transportation-related air emissions ▪ Protect or enhance cultural resources

▪ Does the project reduce vulnerability to natural weather events or sea level rise? ▪ Does the project have the potential to impact cultural or natural resources?

5 Points ▪ Projects outside of 3.2-foot projected sea level rise exposure area and storm surge area ▪ Projects on a critical evacuation corridor ▪ Projects outside of wetlands or critical species habitat areas (as identified in the National Wetlands Area and State Critical Habitat layer) ▪ Projects outside of 50-foot buffer around streams ▪ Projects outside of 50-foot buffer around historical sites (listed on the National Register of Historic Places) 1

3. Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion

▪ Reduce person hours of delay ▪ Increase street, trail/greenway, and sidewalk network connectivity ▪ Improve freight and transit movement

▪ Does the project improve freight and transit movement? ▪ Does the project connect to existing motorized and nonmotorized networks? ▪ Does the project increase travel options?

4 Points ▪ Projects located on a designated freight route ▪ Projects within 3/4 mile of a transit route ▪ Projects within 1/2 mile of a transit stop ▪ Projects that intersect existing trail, sidewalk, or bike network

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The State Historic Preservation Division will make final determinations of any project’s impact to sites as projects advance through planning, design, and environmental review.

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Desired Outcomes

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Descriptive Evaluation Criteria

Geographic Evaluation Criteria

4. Connect and strengthen communities to improve quality of life

▪ Improve access to and resilience for town centers, schools, jobs, parks, and basic life needs ▪ Invest in disadvantaged areas ▪ Provide mobility benefits to vulnerable populations

▪ Does the project connect to an employment center, educational institution, park, town center, or key community destination? ▪ Is the project located in a high need area? − Areas with residents who are disproportionately likely to benefit from nonauto mobility options (“high need” equity analysis areas)

4 Points ▪ Projects that intersect job centers2 OR higher educational institutions ▪ Projects located within 1 mile of an elementary school OR within 2 miles of a middle or high school ▪ Projects located within 1/2 mile of a designated Directed Growth Area (Urban and Small Town designations) ▪ Projects that intersect census tracts with an Equity Index of 26 or greater (out of 35) 3

5. Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality

▪ Bring existing infrastructure and transit assets into a state of good repair ▪ Balance cost-effective, implementable projects with highimpact projects

▪ Does the project improve the condition of existing infrastructure (roads or bridges) or address a maintenance need? ▪ Does the project serve an area with higher concentrations of people and jobs?

3 Points ▪ Roads with “poor” pavement condition (Pavement Condition Index of 40 or less) OR a County-defined remaining service life (RSL) of TBD years or less (per Public Works) ▪ Bridges with “poor” condition rating (Condition Rating TBD by Public Works) ▪ Projects that intersect the top two quartiles of census block groups based on the sum of population and employment densities (ACS 2011-2015)

When the initial scoring is complete, the project team reviewed the distribution of project scores across Maui to identify the highest scoring projects in each of the island’s distinct geographic areas. This provided the opportunity to ensure that potential projects addressed holistic transportation system and network needs.

Step 3: Assessing Scenarios To evaluate and communicate the benefits of a future multimodal transportation system, the Hele Mai Maui project team developed three investment scenarios. The scenarios illustrated different choices Maui could make to maximize the value of its transportation investments. Scenario planning helped to explain how distinct combinations of projects and programs could work

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We are defining job centers using employment density data from pg. 18 of the Hele Mai Maui Factbook (i.e., census block groups with 4 or more jobs PER ACRE). 3 The Equity Index is based on combined densities of people below 200% of the federal poverty level, adults aged 65 and over, youth aged 10 through 17, no-vehicle households, people with a disability, people with limited English proficiency, and people who self-describe as not White/Caucasian. The Equity Index is unitless, with a value between 0 and 40.

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together to help Maui meet its long-range transportation goals. The Hele Mai Maui project team created three scenarios: ▪

Scenario 1: Provide New Connections — The projects in this scenario add capacity to the transportation network by building new roadways and greenways. They may require additional right-of-way, which could be used to expand the space available for many modes.

Scenario 2: Create a Multimodal System — This scenario focuses on building new and upgrading existing transportation facilities to support different modes of travel. Projects include complete streets improvements that provide safe spaces for people to walk and bike, transit corridors and increased bus service, and new sidewalks.

Scenario 3: Take Care of What We Have — The maintenance projects, safety corridors, and intersection improvements included in this scenario focus on supporting the existing transportation network rather than building new infrastructure.

The types of projects included in each scenario are shown below, and results of the assessment of these three scenarios can be found in Appendix D.

Scenario 1: Provide New Connections New connections Greenways

Scenario 2: Create a Multimodal System Bike facilities (except greenways) Sidewalk improvements Bus stops and amenities Bus corridors and service Complete streets Programs

Scenario 3: Take Care of What we Have Maintenance and preservation Intersection improvements and traffic operations Safety corridors

Step 4: Prioritizing & Recommending The scenario evaluation process in Step 3 helped to illustrate that focusing on specific project types provides select benefits for people traveling on Maui. Rather than choosing just one of these scenarios, the project team identified the strongest elements of each to create the recommended list of projects and capital programs. The final list combines projects from all three scenarios to maximize the value of transportation investments and help to create Maui’s transportation future. The Hele Mai Maui recommended project list identifies projects that: ▪

Add new connections where they are most critical to provide access to and from communities, to improve daily travel options, and to build a more resilient transportation system;

Target key corridors to support safe, multimodal connections within communities and to important destinations by foot, bike, bus, or car;

Prioritize critical maintenance projects to keep our roadways and bridges in a state of good repair; and

Prioritize investments that are distributed across Maui’s distinct geographies.

With a relatively small set of projects included in the recommended project list, the project team worked with the TAC to use a SmartTRAC-like evaluation to identify the phasing for each project. The criteria shown below were applied qualitatively—along with professional judgement and using input from the public—to develop recommendations for near- (1-5 years), medium- (6-11 years), and long-term (12-20 years) projects. The list of recommended projects and capital programs by phase is available in Appendix E.

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Proven measures are identified in the Crash Modification Measures Clearinghouse, available at www.cmfclearinghouse.org Examples of adaptable infrastructure include drainage systems equipped to handle increasingly large storm events and roadways with flexible space to support changing needs for transit or non-driving modes.

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Project is expected to achieve all Project is expected to achieve two Project is expected to achieve one of the following: or three of the following: of the following: − Adaptable infrastructure to − Adaptable infrastructure to − Adaptable infrastructure to support climate resilience 5 support climate resilience support climate resilience − Reduces percent of people − Reduces percent of people − Reduces percent of people who drive to work alone who drive to work alone who drive to work alone − Improves stormwater − Improves stormwater − Improves stormwater management (with lowmanagement (with lowmanagement (with lowimpact development) impact development) impact development) − Protects or enhances cultural − Protects or enhances cultural − Protects or enhances cultural or natural resources or natural resources or natural resources

▪ Improve climate resilience and adaptability of infrastructure ▪ Reduce transportation-related air emissions ▪ Protect or enhance cultural or natural resources

Project includes one of the following: − Proven measures to reduce driver fatalities and serious injury crashes − Proven measures to reduce bicycle and pedestrian fatalities and serious injury crashes − Complete Streets Design Guide elements or streetscape enhancements − Increases number of people walking or biking

2. Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability

Project includes two to three of the following: − Proven measures to reduce driver fatalities and serious injury crashes − Proven measures to reduce bicycle and pedestrian fatalities and serious injury crashes − Complete Streets Design Guide elements or streetscape enhancements − Increases number of people walking or biking

Project includes or is expected to achieve all of the following: − Proven measures4 to reduce driver fatalities and serious injury crashes − Proven measures to reduce bicycle and pedestrian fatalities and serious injury crashes − Complete Streets Design Guide elements or streetscape enhancements − Increases number of people walking or biking

▪ Eliminate traffic-related fatalities and reduce serious injuries from traffic collisions ▪ Improve safety for people walking and biking ▪ Increase physical activity by making walking and biking preferred modes of travel

Long-Term

1. Improve safety and promote health

Medium-Term

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Project includes or is expected to achieve five or six of the following: − Increases street, trail/greenway, or sidewalk connectivity − Low-stress bicycle facilities (including fully separated and protected facilities) − ADA-accessible facilities − Transit-priority treatments − Operational improvements − Improvements for two or more modes Project includes or is expected to achieve five to seven of the following: − Connections to existing or planned mixed-use or multifamily developments − Increases access to priority destinations − Increases access to parks and recreational facilities − Reduces household transportation costs − Supports recommendations from Community Plans − Provides flexibility to support growth and community change − Preserves rural character

▪ Reduce person hours of delay ▪ Increase street, trail/greenway, and sidewalk network connectivity ▪ Improve freight and transit movement

▪ Improve access to and resilience for town centers, schools, jobs, parks, and basic life needs ▪ Invest in disadvantaged areas ▪ Provide mobility benefits to vulnerable populations

3. Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion

4. Connect and strengthen communities to improve quality of life

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Near-Term

Desired Outcomes

Evaluation Framework

Goal

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Project includes or is expected to achieve three or four of the following: − Increases street, trail/greenway, or sidewalk connectivity − Low-stress bicycle facilities (including fully separated and protected facilities) − ADA-accessible facilities − Transit-priority treatments − Operational improvements − Improvements for two or more modes Project includes or is expected to achieve three or four of the following: − Connections to existing or planned mixed-use or multifamily developments − Increases access to priority destinations − Increases access to parks and recreational facilities − Reduces household transportation costs − Supports recommendations from Community Plans − Provides flexibility to support growth and community change − Preserves rural character

Medium-Term

Project includes or is expected to achieve one or two of the following: − Increases street, trail/greenway, or sidewalk connectivity − Low-stress bicycle facilities (including fully separated and protected facilities) − ADA-accessible facilities − Transit-priority treatments − Operational improvements − Improvements for two or more modes Project includes or is expected to achieve one or two of the following: − Connections to existing or planned mixed-use or multifamily developments − Increases access to priority destinations − Increases access to parks and recreational facilities − Reduces household transportation costs − Supports recommendations from Community Plans − Provides flexibility to support growth and community change − Preserves rural character

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Project includes or is expected to achieve both of the following: − Brings existing assets to a state of good repair − Addresses a long-standing, community-identified need (in past planning efforts)

▪ Bring existing infrastructure and transit assets into a state of good repair ▪ Balance cost-effective, implementable projects with highimpact projects

5. Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality

Cost index (or categories) will be developed to support evaluation of cost effectiveness.

Near-Term

Desired Outcomes

Evaluation Framework

Goal

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Project includes or is expected to achieve one of the following: − Brings existing assets to a state of good repair − Addresses a long-standing, community-identified need (in past planning efforts)

Medium-Term

Project includes or is expected to achieve none of the following: − Brings existing assets to a state of good repair − Addresses a long-standing, community-identified need (in past planning efforts)

Long-Term

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ID B1 B1 B1 B1 B1 B1 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18 B19 B2 B20 B21 B22 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 C1 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C2 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29 C3 C30 C31

Full Project List Project Name

Project Type

Hana Highway Bridge Preservation Program ‐ Puohokamoa Bridge Hana Highway Bridge Preservation Program ‐ Kopiilua Bridge Hana Highway Bridge Preservation Program ‐ Mokulehua Stream Bridge Hana Highway Bridge Preservation Program ‐ Ulaino Stream Bridge Hana Highway Bridge Preservation Program ‐ Kailua Stream Bridge Hana Highway Bridge Preservation Program ‐ Makanali Stream Bridge Wooden Bridge Reparations Nahiku Bridge Koukouai Bridge (#16) Repair/Replace Lelekea Bridge (#81) Replacement Waiopai Bridge (#11) Repair/Replace Mahalawa Bridge (#20) Repair/Replace Puuhaoa Bridge (#22) Repair/Replace Alaalaula Bridge (#27) Repair/Replace Kahawaiokapiha Bridge (#30) Repair/Replace Pauwela Bridge (#39) Repair/Replace Anakaluahine Stream Bridge Po'o Po'o Bridge (#10) Repair/Replace South Wailua Bridge (#23) Repair/Replace Waikakoi Bridge (#26) Repair/Replace Honokohau Stream Bridge Honokowai Stream Bridge Honolua Stream Bridge Repair Papanahoa Stream Bridge Kahana Nui Bridge Replacement Kahawaiokapia Bridge Replacement Kulanihakoi Bridge Repair Maui Lani Pkwy Extension Honoapi'ilani Hwy Realignment Lahaina Bypass Phase 1C Pa'ia Relief Route Kihei Mauka Bypass Kihei‐Upcountry Connector Pu'unene Bypass Onehe'e Ave Extension Kamehameha Ave Extension Imi Kala Rd Extension ‐‐ Wailuku Imi Kala Rd Extension ‐‐ Wai'ehu Kaluanui Road ‐ Kokomo Rd to Baldwin Ave Waiko Road Extension ‐ Mokulele Hwy to Kulhelani Hwy Haliimaile Bypass Central to West Maui Tunnel/Rail Connection Kahekelli Highway ‐ Northern Island Connection Lono Ave Extension Honoapi'ilani Highway Capacity Improvement ‐ Ma'alaea to Launiupoko Maui Veteran's Hwy Capacity Improvement ‐ Kuihelani Hwy to Piilani Hwy

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Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects New Connections New Connections New Connections

2019‐20 2019‐20 2019‐20 2019‐20 2019‐20 2019‐20 Public In Public In Maui Co Maui Co Maui Co Maui Co Maui Co Maui Co Maui Co Maui Co HDOT Pr Maui Co Maui Co Maui Co HDOT Pr HDOT Pr HDOT Pr HDOT Pr 2019‐20 2019‐20 Kihei Su HDOT 20 2019‐20 HDOT 20 HDOT 20 Maui Isl HDOT 20 Wailuku HDOT 20 Traffic Im Maui Isl Maui Isl Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Wailuku HDOT 20 HDOT 20

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Source

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2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Public Input Public Input Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List HDOT Priority Bridge List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List Maui County Department of Public Works ‐ Bridges of Concern List HDOT Priority Bridge List HDOT Priority Bridge List HDOT Priority Bridge List HDOT Priority Bridge List 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Kihei Sub‐Area Study HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program 2019‐2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program Maui Island Plan HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program Wailuku‐Kahului Community Plan HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program Traffic Impact Study Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Wailuku‐Kahului Community Plan; 2019‐2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program

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East East East East East East East East East East East East East East East East West East East East West West West West West East South Central West West North South South/Upcountry Central Central Central Central Central Upcountry Central Upcountry Islandwide North Central West South

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Project Score 15 15 15 15 15 15 17 12 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 15 N/A N/A N/A 15 39 18 34 26 18 43 30 21 30 21 21 17 21 35 25 51 42 21 18 30 48 15 38 30 43


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ID C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 C37 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 G1 G10 G12 G13 G14 G16 G17 G18 G19 G2 G22 G23 G24 G25 G26 G28 G29 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 I1 I10 I11 I12 I13 I14 I15 I16 I17 I18

Full Project List Project Name

Project Type

Road B ‐ Lipoa to Piikea Honoapi'ilani Highway Capacity Improvement ‐ Ma'alaea to Wailuku Ka'ahumanu Avenue Capacity Improvement ‐ Hana Highway to Main Street Kula Hwy Capacity Improvement ‐ Haleakala Highway to Pulehu Road Haleakala Hwy Capacity Improvement ‐ Old Haleakala Highway to Kula Highway S Kihei Rd Capacity Improvement ‐ Piikea Avenue to Lipoa Street Wai'ale Rd Extension Kihei North‐South Collector Road ‐‐ Phase 1A Kihei North‐South Collector Road ‐‐ Phase 2 Kihei North‐South Collector Road ‐‐ Phase 1B Kihei North‐South Collector Road ‐‐ Phase 3 Kuhua St Extension West Maui Greenway & Multi‐Use Path ‐‐ Phase 1 Iao Stream Greenway North Shore Greenway ‐‐ Phase 4 North Shore Greenway & Multi‐Use Path ‐‐ Pa'ia to Ho'okipa North Shore Greenway ‐‐ Phase 6 Kealia Pond Greenway Upcountry Greenway Phase 3 ‐‐ Pukalani to Makawao Path Upcountry Greenway Phase 1 ‐‐ Giggle Hill Loop Path Upcountry Greenway Phase 2 ‐‐ Baldwin Ave Path West Maui Greenway & Multi‐Use Path ‐‐ Phase 2 Kahului Beach Rd Esplanade Kulanihakoi Greenway Kahului Greenway Waiale Rd Greenway Kahekili Hwy Bicycle Facility Kula Highway Greenway Kuihelani Highway Greenway West Maui Greenway & Multi‐Use Path ‐‐ Phase 3 West Maui Greenway ‐‐ Phase 4 West Maui Greenway ‐‐ Phase 5 West Maui Greenway ‐‐ Phase 6 Kihei Greenway & Multi‐Use Path ‐‐ Phase 3 Kihei Greenway & Multi‐Use Path ‐‐ Phase 4 Kihei Greenway & Multi‐Use Path ‐‐ Phase 5 Market St & Pi'ihana Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Lipoa St & Liloa Dr Intersection Safety Analysis Piilani Hwy & Wailea Ike Dr Intersection Improvements Keala Pl & South Kihei Rd Intersection Improvements Kulanihakoi St & South Kihei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Waine'e St & Lahainaluna Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Central Maui Traffic Signal Upgrades (9 Locations) Liloa Dr & Welakahao Rd Intersection Improvements Mill St & Imi Kala Rd Intersection Improvements Pa'ia Mini‐Bypass ‐ Baldwin Ave Intersection Improvements

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New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Complete Streets Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Multi‐Use Paths Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Complete Streets Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements

1997 Kih HDOT 20 HDOT 20 HDOT 20 HDOT 20 HDOT 20 DPW 6‐y HDOT 20 DPW 6‐y HDOT 20 HDOT 20 HDOT 20 DPW 6‐y Hawaii B Hawaii B Hawaii B Hawaii B Hawaii B Upcount Upcount Upcount Hawaii B Wailuku South M Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Hawaii B Hawaii B Hawaii B Hawaii B Kihei Su Kihei Su Kihei Su Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma DPW 6‐y Hele Ma DPW 6‐y Hele Ma

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Source

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1997 Kihei Traffic Master Plan HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program DPW 6‐year CIP, Federal‐Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program, 2019‐2022 Maui TIP DPW 6‐year CIP, Federal‐Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015‐2035 Capacity Program DPW 6‐year CIP, TAP Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Upcountry Greenway Master Plan Upcountry Greenway Master Plan Upcountry Greenway Master Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Wailuku‐Kahului Community Plan, Central Maui Bike/Ped Master Plan South Maui Region Parks and Open Space Master Plan Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Kihei Sub‐Area Study Kihei Sub‐Area Study Kihei Sub‐Area Study Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6‐year CIP, 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6‐year CIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis

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South West Central Central Upcountry South Central South South South South West West Central North North North South Upcountry Upcountry Upcountry West Central South Central Central Central Upcountry Central West West West West South South South Central South South South South West Central South Central North

Project Score 39 43 62 41 29 54 29 42 43 38 40 45 62 43 30 40 32 14 31 16 30 40 56 33 39 38 38 31 39 45 39 31 39 40 42 40 44 47 31 40 47 46 45 40 54 31


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ID I19 I2 I20 I21 I22 I23 I24 I25 I26 I27 I28 I29 I3 I30 I31 I32 I33 I34 I35 I36 I37 I38 I39 I4 I40 I41 I42 I43 I44 I45 I46 I47 I48 I49 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9 P1 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15

Full Project List Project Name

Project Type

Eha St & Waena St Intersection Improvements Pu'unene Ave & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Safety Analysis Mahaolu St & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements Pakaula St ‐ Walmart Intersection Improvements Baldwin Ave ‐ Hana Hwy Intersection Improvements Hana Hwy ‐ Mama's Intersection Improvements Wai'ehu Beach Rd & Eha St Intersection Safety Analysis Wai'ehu Beach Rd & Lower Main St Intersection Safety Analysis Papa Ave & Pu'unene Ave Intersection Safety Analysis Makawao Ave ‐ Makani Rd Intersection Improvements Dairy Rd ‐ Hukilike St Intersection Improvements Hukilike St ‐ Wakea Ave Intersection Improvements Waiale Rd ‐ Wai'inu Rd Intersection Improvements Lono Ave ‐ Wakea Ave Intersection Improvements Kane St & Vevau St Intersection Safety Analysis Oma'opio Rd ‐ Kula Hwy Intersection Improvements Papa Ave & La'au St Intersection Improvements Ohukai Rd & South Kihei Rd Intersection Improvements Piilani Hwy & Kihei High School Crossing Wakea Ave & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements Pedestrian Crossing at Leilani Road South Kihei Road Intersec�on Improvements Ukali St/Waiehu Beach Road Intersection Improvement Ka'ohu St ‐ Wai'ale Rd Intersection Improvements Piilani Highway Crossings at Pukea Ave Leoda's Access Hookele/Pulehu Intersection Improvements Maui Lani/Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements Honoapi'ilani Hwy & Keawe St Intersection Safety Analysis Kahekili Hwy Spot Improvements Piilani/Uwapo Road Multimodal Intersection Improvements Kahekii Hwy Landscaping Spot Improvements Haleakala Hwy/Upper Kimo Dr Intersection Improvement S. Kihei and CovePark crosswalk revamp Papa Ave & Lono Ave Intersection Safety Analysis Hansen Rd & Pulehu Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Old Haleakala Highway Signal Upgrade Piikea Rd & South Kihei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Lipoa & South Kihei Rd Intersection Improvements Sidewalk Gap Program (20 Years) Slow Vehicle Lane Program Infrastructure Construction Partnerships with Developers Bike Facility maintenance Program Roundabout Feasibility Program Walk2Connect ‐ Community Walk Program EV Charging Program

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Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Program Program Program Program Program Program Program

DPW 6‐y Hele Ma DPW 6‐y Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma Hele Ma DPW 6‐y DPW 6‐y Kihei Su DPW 6‐y Kihei Su Kihei Su Public In Central M Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Kihei Su Hele Ma Hele Ma 2019‐20 Hele Ma Hele Ma Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In

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Project Area

DPW 6‐year CIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6‐year CIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6‐year CIP DPW 6‐year CIP Kihei Sub‐Area Study DPW 6‐year CIP, 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Kihei Sub‐Area Study Kihei Sub‐Area Study Public Input Central Maui Bike & Pedestrian Study 2018 Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Kihei Sub‐Area Study Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input

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Central Central Central Central North North Central Central Central Upcountry Central Central Central Central Central Upcountry Central South South Central South South Central Central South West Central Central West North South North Upcountry South Central Central Upcountry South South Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide

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Project Score 49 51 45 39 44 31 55 55 51 35 50 47 40 47 46 31 58 41 51 54 38 55 51 42 51 34 30 30 59 15 51 15 21 40 51 26 46 55 47 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A


APPENDIX C

ID P16 P17 P18 P19 P2 P20 P21 P22 P23 P24 P25 P26 P3 P4 P5 P6 P8 P9 S1 S10 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S2 S20 S22 S23 S24 S26 S27 S28 S29 S3 S30 S31 S32 S33 S34 S35 S36 S37

Full Project List Project Name

Project Type

Traffic Signal Modernization (10 Years) Bridge Program (20 Years) Pavement Program (20 Years) Rockfall Program (10 Years) Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Program (20 Years) Traffic Operations & Improvements Program (20 Years) Capacity Program Bus Purchases ‐‐ Fixed Route & Paratransit (20 Years) Bus Purchases for Paratransit System Smart Card Fare Collection System Bike Share Program National Recreational Trails Program (20 Years) Bus Stop Siting, Upgrades, & Maintenance Program (20 Years) Front Street Reimagined Plan HOV Program Bus Service & Operations Improvements (20 Years) Culuturally Relevant Signage/Wayfinding/Signals Traffic Impact Fee/Program Papa Ave Complete Street Waiko Rd Improvements Waine'e St Improvements Pulehu Rd Pavement Reconstruction Iolani, Loha, & Liholani St Pavement Rehabilitation Guardrail & Shoulder Improvement Program (20 Years) Dickenson St Improvements Prison St Improvements Kane St Improvements Lono Ave Improvements ‐‐ Phase 2 Lower Honoapi'ilani Rd Improvements Pu'unene Ave Improvements South Kihei Rd Improvements Kamehameha Ave Improvements South Kihei Rd Sidewalk Improvements Kula Highway (Route 37) Safety Improvements Lipoa Parkway Sidewalk Lono Ave Improvements ‐‐ Phase 1 Pi'ikea Ave Improvements Kenolio Rd Improvements Hana Highway Improvements Kalepa Revetment & Seawall Repairs Ka'ahumanu Ave Transit & Multimodal Corridor Ohukai Rd Sidewalk Improvements Pukalani Terrace Subdivision Pavement Reconstruction Dairy Rd Improvements Makawao Ave & Makani Rd Improvements North Kihei Rd (Route 310) Safety Improvements

C-4

Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Program Safety Corridors Complete Streets Complete Streets Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Safety Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Complete Streets Complete Streets Safety Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Complete Streets Complete Streets Safety Corridors Maintenance Projects Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Maintenance Projects Complete Streets Safety Corridors Safety Corridors

Public In HDOT HDOT HDOT Public In HDOT HDOT Short‐Ra Short‐Ra Short‐Ra Maui Me 2019‐20 Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Hele Ma Maui Lo Lahaina DPW 6‐y DPW 6‐y 2019‐20 Lahaina Lahaina DPW 6‐y Public In 2019‐20 2019‐20 DPW 6‐y Public In DPW 6‐y 2019‐20 Kihei Su Public In Public In Public In Hana Co DPW 6‐y Kahului‐ DPW 6‐y DPW 6‐y Public In DPW 6‐y 2019‐20

1EC - -4


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Source

Project Area

Public Input HDOT HDOT HDOT Public Input HDOT HDOT Short‐Range Transit Plan Short‐Range Transit Plan Short‐Range Transit Plan Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Maui Long Range Transportation Plan Lahaina Walk Audit 2017 DPW 6‐year CIP DPW 6‐year CIP, 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Lahaina Walk Audit 2017 Lahaina Walk Audit 2017 DPW 6‐year CIP Public Input 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP DPW 6‐year CIP, 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Public Input DPW 6‐year CIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Kihei Sub‐Area Study Public Input Public Input Public Input Hana Community Plan DPW 6‐year CIP Kahului‐Wailuku Community Plan DPW 6‐year CIP DPW 6‐year CIP Public Input DPW 6‐year CIP, 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP

1EC - -4

Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Central Central West Central Upcountry Upcountry West West Central Central West Central South Central South Upcountry South Central South South East East Central South Upcountry Central Upcountry South

C-4

Project Score N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 55 35 50 24 41 33 47 51 46 50 31 50 54 46 50 38 35 42 52 38 40 18 59 46 41 48 43 32


APPENDIX C

ID S38 S39 S4 S43 S45 S47 S48 S49 S5 S50 S51 S52 S53 S54 S55 S56 S57 S58 S59 S6 S60 S61 S62 S63 S64 S7 S8 S9 T1 T10 T11 T12 T13 T14 T15 T16 T2 T26 T28 T29 T3 T30 T31 T4 T5 T6

Full Project List Project Name

Project Type

Olinda Rd & Pi'iholo Rd Safety Improvements Pedestrian Crossing at Wetlands Lower Main St Improvements Pi'ilani Hwy Improvements Shoreline Protection/Mitigation Program (20 Years) South Kihei Road Sidewalks Kalepa Point Rockfall Repairs Kamehameha Ave Sidewalk Improvements Kanaloa Ave & Mahalani St Improvements Keonekai Rd Sidewalk Improvements Kinipopo St Sidewalk Improvements Front St Pedestrian Esplanade Makawao Ave Safety Corridor ‐‐ Makani Rd to Haleakala Hwy Lipoa Pkwy Repaving Napilihau Safety Improvements Kokomo Rd Safety Improvements Piilani Highway Safety Corridor Hana Hwy Safety Improvements Haiku Rd Safety Improvements ‐ Aoku Rd to Hana Hwy Wai'ale Rd Complete Street Kauhikoa Road Repavement Haleakala Hwy Safety Corridor Mill St Pavement Reconstruction Kea St Reconstruction Kaupakalua Rd (Route 365) Pavement Reconstruction Onehe'e Ave Improvements Keawe St Improvements Holomua Rd Improvements Ho'okele Transit Hub Area Haleakala Bus Transit Corridor Ka'ahumanu Ave Transit Corridor Kuihelani Bus Transit Corridor North Shore Bus Transit Corridor Kihei Transit & Multimodal Corridor Waikapu Bus Transit Corridor Lahaina Transit & Multimodal Corridor Kihei Transit Hub Pa'ia‐Makawao Bus Service South to West Maui Water Taxi Wai'ale Transit Hub Area Lahaina Transit Hub North Kihei Transit Hub Area Kulamalu Transit Hub Area Paia Transit Hub Upcountry Transit Hub Area Vevau Street Transit Hub Area

C-5

Safety Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Complete Streets Maintenance Projects Complete Streets Safety Corridors Complete Streets Complete Streets Complete Streets Safety Corridors Maintenance Projects Complete Streets Safety Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements

DPW 6‐y Kihei Su 2019‐20 Hana Co 2019‐20 Kihei Su DPW 6‐y DPW 6‐y 2019‐20 DPW 6‐y DPW 6‐y Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In Public In DPW 6‐y Public In Public In 2019‐20 2019‐20 2019‐20 DPW 6‐y DPW 6‐y DPW 6‐y Maui Bu Maui Isl Maui Isl Maui Isl Maui Isl Maui Isl Maui Isl Maui Isl Short‐Ra Short‐Ra Public In Maui Bu Short‐Ra Maui Bu Maui Bu Short‐Ra Maui Isl Maui Isl

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Source

Project Area

DPW 6‐year CIP Kihei Sub‐Area Study 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Hana Community Plan 2019‐2022 Maui TIP Kihei Sub‐Area Study DPW 6‐year CIP DPW 6‐year CIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP DPW 6‐year CIP DPW 6‐year CIP Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input Public Input DPW 6‐year CIP, TAP Public Input Public Input 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP 2019‐2022 Maui TIP DPW 6‐year CIP, 2019‐2022 Maui TIP DPW 6‐year CIP DPW 6‐year CIP Maui Bus Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan Short‐Range Transit Plan Short‐Range Transit Plan Public Input Maui Bus Short‐Range Transit Plan Maui Bus Maui Bus Short‐Range Transit Plan Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan

1EC - -5

Upcountry South Central East Various South East Central Central South Central West Upcountry South West Upcountry South East Upcountry Central Upcountry Upcountry Central Central Upcountry Central West North Central Upcountry Central Central North South Central West South North South/West Central West North Upcountry North Upcountry Central

C-5

Project Score 24 46 58 12 34 48 18 58 49 45 45 48 47 47 39 30 51 20 22 50 26 31 54 49 20 45 57 19 35 30 59 39 40 51 40 39 55 35 17 40 41 27 35 31 38 37


APPENDIX C

ID T7 T8 T9

Full Project List Project Name

Project Type

Waikapu Baseyard Transit Maintenance Hub Waikapu Transit Hub Area Central Maui Transit Hub

Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Transit Improvements

C-6

Maui Isl Maui Isl Short‐Ra

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Source

Project Area

Maui Island Plan Maui Island Plan Short‐Range Transit Plan

1EC - -6

Central Central Central

C-6

Project Score 16 23 51


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APPENDIX D

Scenario Planning

hele maimaui Long-Range Transportation Plan 204 0


Scenario Planning

APPENDIX D

HELE MAI MAUI GOALS & OUTCOMES Goal #1: Improve safety and promote health •

Eliminate injuries and fatalities

Improve safety for people walking and biking

Increase physical activity

Goal #2: Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability •

Improve climate resilience and adaptability of infrastructure

Reduce transportation-related air emissions

Protect or enhance cultural resources

Goal #3: Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion •

Reduce delay

Increase street, trail/greenway, and sidewalk network connectivity

Improve freight and transit movement

Goal #4: Connect and strengthen communities to improve quality of life •

Improve access to and resilience for town centers, schools, jobs, parks, and basic life needs

Provide mobility benefits to vulnerable populations

Goal #5: Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality •

Bring existing infrastructure and transit assets into a state of good repair

Balance cost-effective, implementable projects with high-impact projects

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SCENARIO EVALUATION RESULTS

1 = PROVIDE NEW CONNECTIONS

2 = CREATE A MULTIMODAL SYSTEM

3 = TAKE CARE OF WHAT WE HAVE

LOW

HIGH

MED

LOW

HIGH

MED

MED

HIGH

MED

MED

HIGH

MED

LOW

MED

HIGH

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Scenario Planning

1 = PROVIDE NEW CONNECTIONS LEAST SUPPORTIVE OF GOALS

30

MOST SUPPORTIVE OF GOALS

Kapalua Napili-Honokowai

Mahinahina

Physical Activity

Waihee West Maui Forest Reserve C28

G1

Goal #1: Improve safety and promote health

Kaanapali C11

Injuries

Walking and Biking Safety

C9

Lahaina

3

Launiupoko

Goal #2: Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability

Climate Resilience

Emissions

Cultural Resources

C33

Waikapu Olowalu

C1

0 C10

Islandwide Capital Programs: Goal #3: Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion

Goal #4: Connect and strengthen communities to improve quality of life

Delay

Connect -ivity

Access

Vulnerable Populations

Freight Movement

- Slow Vehicle Lane Program

Kaho’olawe

Goal #5: Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality

State of Good Repair

Cost Effectiness

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New Connections Capacity Improvements 5

Miles

Mahinahina G13

Kaanapali

Waihee-Waiehu 36

G 10

C11

C2

West Maui Forest Reserve C28

C18

G1

C1

Olowalu

Haliimaile Makawao

C31

C4

366

Kahului

311

C33

Waikapu

C17

Wailuku 30

Launiupoko

Haiku-Pauwela

Paia

C12

C34

C16

C3

Lahaina

C9

Olinda

Pukalani

C1

Koolau Forest Reserve

0

Maalaea

C35

C10

310

360

377

Kula

C6 C8 C7 C8C32 G8 C37

eight ement

0

Kapalua Napili-Honokowai

ysical tivity

tural ources

Greenways

30

Hana

Kihei

Islandwide Capital Programs: - Slow Vehicle Lane Program

Haleakala National Park

Keokea Wailea

Kahikinui Forest Reserve

37

Makena

Kaho’olawe

- -2 1D E

D-2

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APPENDIX D

ID

1 = PROVIDE NEW CON

Scenario Planning Project Name

NEW CONNECTIONS C1 1 = PROVIDE Maui Lani Pkwy Extension APPENDIX D Scenario C10 Honoapi'ilani Hwy Realignment Planning C11 Lahaina Bypass Phase 1C C12 Pa'ia Relief Route ID Project Name C16 Onehe'e Ave Extension C1 Maui Lani Pkwy Extension C17 Kamehameha Ave Extension C10 Honoapi'ilani Hwy Realignment C18 Imi Kala Rd Extension -- Wailuku C11 Lahaina Phase -1CWai'ehu C2 Imi Kala Bypass Rd Extension C12 Pa'ia Relief Route C28 Central to West Maui Tunnel/Rail Connection C16 Onehe'e Extension C3 Lono AveAve Extension C17 Kamehameha Extension C31 Maui Veteran'sAve Hwy Capacity Improvement - Kuihelani Hwy to Piilani Hwy C18 Imi Kala Extension -- Wailuku C32 Road B - Rd Lipoa to Piikea C2 Imi Kala Rd Extension Wai'ehuImprovement - Ma'alaea to Wailuku C33 Honoapi'ilani Highway--Capacity C28 Central to West MauiCapacity Tunnel/Rail Connection- Hana Highway to Main Street C34 Ka'ahumanu Avenue Improvement C3 Lono Ave Extension C35 Kula Hwy Capacity Improvement - Haleakala Highway to Pulehu Road C31 Maui HwyImprovement Capacity Improvement - Kuihelani Hwy to Piilani Hwy C37 S KiheiVeteran's Rd Capacity - Piikea Avenue to Lipoa Street C32 Road B -Rd Lipoa to Piikea C4 Wai'ale Extension C33 Honoapi'ilani Highway Capacity C5 Kihei North-South Collector RoadImprovement -- Phase 1A - Ma'alaea to Wailuku C34 Ka'ahumanu Avenue Capacity Improvement C6 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 2 - Hana Highway to Main Street C35 Kula Capacity Collector Improvement C7 KiheiHwy North-South Road---Haleakala Phase 1BHighway to Pulehu Road C37 S Kihei Rd Capacity Improvement Piikea to Lipoa Street C8 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- PhaseAvenue 3 C4 Wai'ale Extension C9 Kuhua StRd Extension C5 Kihei Collector Road --Path Phase 1A 1 G1 West North-South Maui Greenway & Multi-Use -- Phase C6 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 2 G10 Iao Stream Greenway C7 Kihei Collector Road -- Phase G13 NorthNorth-South Shore Greenway & Multi-Use Path --1B Pa'ia to Ho'okipa C8 Kihei Collector Road --Path Phase 3 G3 West North-South Maui Greenway & Multi-Use -- Phase 3 C9 Kuhua St Extension G8 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 4 G1 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 1 P10 Slow Vehicle Lane Program G10 Iao Stream Greenway G13 North Shore Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Pa'ia to Ho'okipa G3 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 3 G8 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 4 P10 Slow Vehicle Lane Program

Project Type New Connections 1 = PROVIDE New Connections New Connections New Connections Project Type New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections Multi-Use Paths New Connections Multi-Use Paths New Connections Multi-Use Paths New Connections Multi-Use Paths New Connections Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Program Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Program

HDO NEW CON 201

D-3 1ED - -3

1ED - -3

HDO HDO HDO HDO Traf 201 Mau HDO Mau HDO Pub HDO Wai Traf HDO Mau 199 Mau HDO Pub HDO Wai HDO HDO 199 DPW HDO HDO DPW HDO HDO DPW HDO HDO DPW DPW Haw HDO Haw HDO Haw HDO Kihe DPW Pub Haw Haw Haw Kihe Pub


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Project Score Central 30 Hele Mai Maui Final Plan 2019 West 21 West 30 Project North 21 Project Area Score Central 35 Central 30 Central 25 West 21 Central 51 West 30 Central 42 North 21 Islandwide 48 Central 35 Central 38 Central 25 South 43 Central 51 South 39 Central 42 West 43 Islandwide 48 Central 62 Central 38 Central 41 South 43 South 54 South 39 Central 29 West 43 South 42 Central 62 South 43 Central 41 South 38 South 54 South 40 Central 29 West 45 South 42 West 62 South 43 Central 43 South 38 North 40 South 40 West 45 West 45 South 42 West 62 Islandwide N/A Central 43 North 40 West 45 South 42 Islandwide N/A

Source

Project Area

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program EW CONNECTIONS 2019-2022 Maui TIP

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Source HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT Capacity Program Traffic2015-2035 Impact Study 2019-2022 Maui IslandMaui Plan TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Maui Island Plan Capacity Program HDOT Capacity Program Public2015-2035 Input HDOT 2015-2035 Community Capacity Program Wailuku-Kahului Plan; 2019-2022 Maui TIP Traffic Impact Study HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Maui Plan Master Plan 1997 Island Kihei Traffic Maui Plan Capacity Program HDOTIsland 2015-2035 Public HDOT Input 2015-2035 Capacity Program Wailuku-Kahului Plan; 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035Community Capacity Program HDOT HDOT 2015-2035 2015-2035 Capacity Capacity Program Program 1997 Traffic Master PlanHighways 2035 Plan DPW Kihei 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid HDOT HDOT 2015-2035 2015-2035 Capacity Capacity Program Program, 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT HDOT 2015-2035 2015-2035 Capacity Capacity Program Program HDOT HDOT 2015-2035 2015-2035 Capacity Capacity Program Program DPW CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT6-year 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP, TAP DPW 6-year Hawaii Bike CIP, PlanFederal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT Hawaii2015-2035 Bike Plan Capacity Program HDOT Hawaii2015-2035 Bike Plan Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Kihei Sub-Area Study DPW 6-year CIP, TAP Public Input Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Kihei Sub-Area Study Public Input

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Scenario Planning

2 = CREATE A MULTIMODAL SYSTEM MOST SUPPORTIVE OF GOALS

Kapalua Napili-Honokowai S2

LEAST SUPPORTIVE OF GOALS

30

Mahinahina

Injuries Goal #1: Improve safety and promote health

Walking and Biking Safety

Kaanapali

Waihee-

Physical Activity S8

West Maui Forest Reserve

T3

Lahaina

52 2 S

S1

6 S1 7 S1

T T9

T3

W

30

Launiupoko Waikapu

Climate Resilience

Emissions

Cultural Resources

Olowalu

S3

Goal #2: Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability

M

Islandwide Capital Programs:

Goal #3: Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion

Goal #4: Connect and strengthen communities to improve quality of life

Delay

Connect -ivity

Access

Vulnerable Populations

Freight Movement

- Sidewalk Gap Program - Safe Routes to School Program - Transit Vehicle Purchase and Replacement Program - Bus Stop Siting, Upgrade, and Maintenance Progra - Small Area Studies and Plans - Bus Operations Improvement Program

Kaho’olawe

Goal #5: Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality

State of Good Repair

Cost Effectiness

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Complete Streets 30

Kapalua Napili-Honokowai

Miles

Mahinahina Kaanapali

Waihee-Waiehu

Lahaina

Wailuku

S36

Makawao

Olinda

T14

Pukalani

S26

Olowalu

366

Haliimaile

311

S6

Waikapu

6

8 S3

30

Launiupoko

T2

Kahului

3

S2

Haiku-Pauwela

Paia S9

T1 3

S32

S1 S5 S7 S4 S28 S1 9 9 S20 S3 5

T9

T3

6 S1 7 S1

T11

S51

T3

36

G22

S8

S4

West Maui Forest Reserve

52 2 S S1

Koolau Forest Reserve

7 S3

Maalaea S33

Islandwide Capital Programs:

360

377

310

Kula

S47

Hana

Kihei

- Sidewalk Gap Program - Safe Routes to School Program - Transit Vehicle Purchase and Replacement Program - Bus Stop Siting, Upgrade, and Maintenance Program - Small Area Studies and Plans - Bus Operations Improvement Program

S29 S39 T2

Haleakala National Park

S22

ht ent

5

S2

0

cal ty

al ces

Bus Corridors, Service, and Stop Amenities Sidewalks, Shared Paths, and Landscaping

Keokea

S50

Wailea

Kahikinui Forest Reserve

37

Makena

Kaho’olawe

1ED - -4

D-4

Hana Forest Reserve


APPENDIX D

ID

1 = PROVIDE NEW CON

Scenario Planning Project Name

CREATE MULTIMODAL SYSTEM C1 2 = Maui Lani Pkwy A Extension APPENDIX D Scenario Planning C10 Honoapi'ilani Hwy Realignment C11 Lahaina Bypass Phase 1C C12ID Pa'ia Relief Route Project Name C16 Onehe'e Ave Extension G22 Kahului Beach Ave Rd Esplanade C17 Kamehameha Extension P1 Sidewalk Gap Program--(20 Years) C18 Imi Kala Rd Extension Wailuku P12 BikeKala Facility maintenance Program C2 Imi Rd Extension -- Wai'ehu P14 Walk2Connect Community Walk Connection Program C28 Central to West- Maui Tunnel/Rail P15 EV Charging Program C3 Lono Ave Extension P2 Safe to School Infrastructure Program- Kuihelani (20 Years)Hwy to Piilani Hwy C31 MauiRoutes Veteran's Hwy Capacity Improvement P22 Bus Purchases -- Fixed C32 Road B - Lipoa to PiikeaRoute & Paratransit (20 Years) P23 Bus PurchasesHighway for Paratransit System C33 Honoapi'ilani Capacity Improvement - Ma'alaea to Wailuku P24 Smart Card Fare Collection System C34 Ka'ahumanu Avenue Capacity Improvement - Hana Highway to Main Street P25 Bike ProgramImprovement - Haleakala Highway to Pulehu Road C35 Kula Share Hwy Capacity P3 Bus Stop Siting, Upgrades, & Maintenance Program Years) C37 S Kihei Rd Capacity Improvement - Piikea Avenue to(20 Lipoa Street P4 Front Street Reimagined Plan C4 Wai'ale Rd Extension P5 HOV C5 Kihei Program North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1A P6 Bus Service & Operations Improvements C6 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase(20 2 Years) P8 Culuturally Relevant Signage/Wayfinding/Signals C7 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1B P9 Traffic Impact Fee/Program C8 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 3 S1 Papa Ave Complete Street C9 Kuhua St Extension S12 Waine'e St Improvements G1 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 1 S16 Dickenson Improvements G10 Iao StreamSt Greenway S17 Prison Shore St Improvements G13 North Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Pa'ia to Ho'okipa S18 Kane St Improvements G3 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 3 S19 Lono Ave Improvements -- Phase G8 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path2-- Phase 4 S2 Lower Honoapi'ilani Rd Improvements P10 Slow Vehicle Lane Program S20 Pu'unene Ave Improvements S22 South Kihei Rd Improvements S23 Kamehameha Ave Improvements S24 South Kihei Rd Sidewalk Improvements S26 Kula Highway (Route 37) Safety Improvements S28 Lono Ave Improvements -- Phase 1 S29 Pi'ikea Ave Improvements S32 Ka'ahumanu Ave Transit & Multimodal Corridor S33 Ohukai Rd Sidewalk Improvements S35 Dairy Rd Improvements S36 Makawao Ave & Makani Rd Improvements S37 North Kihei Rd (Route 310) Safety Improvements S38 Olinda Rd & Pi'iholo Rd Safety Improvements S39 Pedestrian Crossing at Wetlands S4 Lower Main St Improvements S47 South Kihei Road Sidewalks S49 Kamehameha Ave Sidewalk Improvements S5 Kanaloa Ave & Mahalani St Improvements S50 Keonekai Rd Sidewalk Improvements S51 Kinipopo St Sidewalk Improvements S52 Front St Pedestrian Esplanade S6 Wai'ale Rd Complete Street S7 Onehe'e Ave Improvements D-5

Project Type

New Connections HDO 2 = CREATE A MULTIMODAL New Connections 201 New Connections New Connections Project Type New Connections Complete Streets New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program Maintenance Projects Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Complete Multi-Use Streets Paths Complete Multi-Use Streets Paths Safety Corridors Multi-Use Paths Complete Streets Multi-Use Paths Safety Corridors Multi-Use Paths Safety Corridors Program Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Complete Streets Complete Streets Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Safety Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Complete Streets Complete Streets Safety Corridors Complete Streets Complete Streets Complete Streets 1ED - -3 Safety Corridors Safety Corridors

1ED - -5

HDO HDO HDO Wai Traf Pub Mau Pub Mau Pub Pub Pub Wai Pub HDO Shor 199 Shor HDO Shor HDO Mau HDO Pub HDO Pub DPW Pub HDO Pub DPW Pub HDO Pub HDO Hele HDO Laha DPW Laha Haw Laha Haw DPW Haw Pub Kihe 201 Pub 201 DPW Pub DPW 201 Pub Pub Kah DPW Pub DPW 201 DPW Kihe 201 Kihe DPW 201 DPW DPW Pub DPW DPW


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Source

Project Score Central 30 Hele Mai Maui Final Plan 2019 West 21 West 30 Project North 21 Project Area Score Central 35 Central 56 Central 25 Islandwide N/A Central 51 Islandwide N/A Central 42 Islandwide N/A Islandwide 48 Islandwide N/A Central 38 Islandwide N/A South 43 Islandwide N/A South 39 Islandwide N/A West 43 Islandwide N/A Central 62 Islandwide N/A Central 41 Islandwide N/A South 54 Islandwide N/A Central 29 Islandwide N/A South 42 Islandwide N/A South 43 Islandwide N/A South 38 Islandwide N/A South 40 Central 55 West 45 West 50 West 62 West 47 Central 43 West 51 North 40 Central 46 West 45 Central 50 South 42 West 31 Islandwide N/A Central 50 South 54 Central 46 South 50 Upcountry 38 Central 42 South 52 Central 59 South 46 Central 48 Upcountry 43 South 32 Upcountry 24 South 46 Central 58 South 48 Central 58 Central 49 South 45 Central 45 West 48 Central 50 Central 45 Project Area

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program MODAL SYSTEM 2019-2022 Maui TIP

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Source HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan, Central Maui Bike/Ped Master Plan Traffic Impact Study Public Input Plan Maui Island Public Input Plan Maui Island Public Public Input Input Public Input Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan; 2019-2022 Maui TIP Public HDOT Input 2015-2035 Capacity Program Short-Range Transit Plan Plan 1997 Kihei Traffic Master Short-Range Transit Plan Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Short-Range Transit Plan Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Public Input HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Public Input CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan DPW 6-year Public HDOT Input 2015-2035 Capacity Program, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Public Input CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan DPW 6-year Public HDOT Input 2015-2035 Capacity Program Public Input HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Hele Maui Collision Analysis HDOTMai 2015-2035 Capacity Program Lahaina Walk Audit 2017 DPW 6-year CIP, TAP Lahaina WalkPlan Audit 2017 Hawaii Bike Lahaina WalkPlan Audit 2017 Hawaii Bike DPW 6-year Hawaii Bike CIP Plan Public Input Study Kihei Sub-Area 2019-2022 Public InputMaui TIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Public Input DPW 6-year CIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP Public Input Public Input Kahului-Wailuku Community Plan DPW 6-year CIP Public Input DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP Kihei Sub-Area Study 2019-2022 Maui TIP Kihei Sub-Area Study DPW 6-year CIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP DPW 6-year CIP Public Input DPW 6-year CIP, TAP DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP

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APPENDIX D

ID

1 = PROVIDE NEW CON

Scenario Planning Project Name

CREATE MULTIMODAL SYSTEM C1 2 = Maui Lani Pkwy A Extension APPENDIX D Scenario C10 Honoapi'ilani Hwy Realignment Planning C11 Lahaina Bypass Phase 1C C12 Pa'ia Relief Route ID Project Name C16 Onehe'e Ave Extension S8 Keawe St Improvements C17 Kamehameha Ave Extension S9 Holomua RdExtension Improvements C18 Imi Kala Rd -- Wailuku T11 Ka'ahumanu Ave Transit Corridor C2 Imi Kala Rd Extension -- Wai'ehu T13 North BusMaui Transit Corridor Connection C28 CentralShore to West Tunnel/Rail T14 Kihei Transit & Multimodal Corridor C3 Lono Ave Extension T2 Kihei Hub C31 Maui Transit Veteran's Hwy Capacity Improvement - Kuihelani Hwy to Piilani Hwy T26 Pa'ia-Makawao Service C32 Road B - Lipoa toBus Piikea T3 Lahaina Transit Hub Capacity Improvement - Ma'alaea to Wailuku C33 Honoapi'ilani Highway T9 Central Maui Avenue Transit Hub C34 Ka'ahumanu Capacity Improvement - Hana Highway to Main Street C35 Kula Hwy Capacity Improvement - Haleakala Highway to Pulehu Road C37 S Kihei Rd Capacity Improvement - Piikea Avenue to Lipoa Street C4 Wai'ale Rd Extension C5 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1A C6 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 2 C7 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1B C8 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 3 C9 Kuhua St Extension G1 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 1 G10 Iao Stream Greenway G13 North Shore Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Pa'ia to Ho'okipa G3 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 3 G8 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 4 P10 Slow Vehicle Lane Program

D-6

Project Type

Connections HDO 2 =New CREATE A MULTIMODA New Connections 201 New Connections New Connections Project Type New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Transit Improvements New Connections Transit Improvements Maintenance Projects Transit Improvements New Connections Transit Improvements New Connections Transit Improvements New Connections Transit Improvements New Connections Transit Improvements New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Program

1ED - -3

1ED - -6

HDO HDO HDO DPW Traf DPW Mau Mau Mau Pub Mau Wai Shor HDO Shor 199 Shor HDO Shor HDO HDO HDO DPW HDO DPW HDO HDO HDO DPW Haw Haw Haw Kihe Pub


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Project Score Central 30 Hele Mai Maui Final Plan 2019 West 21 West 30 Project North 21 Project Area Score Central 35 West 57 Central 25 North 19 Central 51 Central 59 Central 42 North 40 Islandwide 48 South 51 Central 38 South 55 South 43 North 35 South 39 West 41 West 43 Central 51 Central 62 Central 41 South 54 Central 29 South 42 South 43 South 38 South 40 West 45 West 62 Central 43 North 40 West 45 South 42 Islandwide N/A

Source

Project Area

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program TIMODAL SYSTEM 2019-2022 Maui TIP

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Source HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program DPW CIPStudy Traffic6-year Impact DPW Maui6-year Island CIP Plan Maui Maui Island Island Plan Plan Maui PublicIsland InputPlan Maui Island Plan Community Plan; 2019-2022 Maui TIP Wailuku-Kahului Short-Range Transit Plan Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Short-Range Transit Plan Plan 1997 Kihei Traffic Master Short-Range Transit Plan Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Short-Range Transit Plan Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program DPW 6-year CIP, TAP Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Kihei Sub-Area Study Public Input

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APPENDIX D

Scenario Planning

3 = TAKE CARE OF WHAT WE HAVE LEAST SUPPORTIVE OF GOALS

30

B5

Kapalua Napili-Honokowai

MOST SUPPORTIVE OF GOALS

B7

Mahinahina

Injuries Goal #1: Improve safety and promote health

Walking and Biking Safety

Kaanapali

Waihee-W

Physical Activity

West Maui Forest Reserve

I44 I14

Lahaina

W

30

Launiupoko Waikapu Goal #2: Enhance cultural and natural resources, climate resilience, and sustainability

Climate Resilience

Emissions

Olowalu

Cultural Resources

S4

M

5

Islandwide Capital Programs: Goal #3: Expand mobility choices to reduce traffic congestion

Goal #4: Connect and strengthen communities to improve quality of life

Delay

Connect -ivity

Access

Vulnerable Populations

- Roundabout Feasibility Program - Smart/Adaptive Traffic Signals - Bridge Program - Pavement Program - Rockfall Program - Traffic Operations and Improvements Program

Freight Movement

I24 I39 I25Kaho’olawe I19

Goal #5: Maintain assets and invest strategically for economic vitality

State of Good Repair

Cost Effectiness

I1

S62

I17

I4

S63

I15

I2 I31 I15 I15 I15 I15 I29 I15 I36 I30 I15 I15 I26 I28 I15

I15 I20

D-7 hele mai maui Long-Range Transportation Plan 2040

I5

I33

Wailuku

1ED -


Hele Mai Maui Final Plan 2019

Safety and Preservation Traffic Operations Intersection Improvements

30

Maintenance and Repair

B5

Kapalua Napili-Honokowai

VE

0

5

B7

Miles

Mahinahina S30

Kaanapali

Waihee-Waiehu

Physical Activity

Paia

36

West Maui Forest Reserve

I44

S58

S64

B1

366

I14

Lahaina

Kahului

Wailuku 30

Launiupoko

S1

Haliimaile 5

3

S1

311

Waikapu

S14

I7

S4

B1 B1

3 S5

Makawao Olinda

Pukalani

Olowalu

Cultural esources

Haiku-Pauwela

I22

Koolau Forest Reserve

Maalaea

5

B1 B1

B1 360

377

310

Kula

Hana

Kihei

Islandwide Capital Programs:

Haleakala National Park

- Roundabout Feasibility Program - Smart/Adaptive Traffic Signals - Bridge Program - Pavement Program - Rockfall Program - Traffic Operations and Improvements Program

Freight ovement

Hana Forest Reserve

Keokea

B8

Wailea

Kahikinui Forest Reserve

37 S31/S48

Makena

Maalaea

Safety and Preservation Traffic Operations Intersection Improvements Maintenance and Repair 0

I46 I34

S57

0.5 Miles

I24 I39 I25Kaho’olawe I19 I1

S62

I13

Kihei

S63

I15

I2 I31 I15 I15 I15 I15 I29 I15 I36 I30 I15 I15 I26 I28 I15

I15 I20

I5

I35

I40 I8 I38 S54I10 I9

I17

I4

B9

I12

Kahului

I33

Safety and Preservation Traffic Operations Intersection Improvements

S1

3

Wailuku

Maintenance and Repair 0

0.5 Miles

Wailea

1ED - -7

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APPENDIX D

ID

1 = PROVIDE NEW CON

Scenario Planning Project Name

TAKE CARE OF WHAT WE HAVE C1 3 = Maui Lani Pkwy Extension APPENDIX D Scenario Planning C10 Honoapi'ilani Hwy Realignment C11 Lahaina Bypass Phase 1C C12 Pa'ia Relief Route ID Project Name C16 Onehe'e Ave Extension C17 Kamehameha Extension B1 Hana HighwayAve Bridge Preservation Program - Puohokamoa Bridge C18 Imi Kala Rd Extension -Wailuku Program - Kopiilua Bridge B1 Hana Highway Bridge Preservation C2 Imi Kala Rd Extension -Wai'ehu Program - Mokulehua Stream Bridge B1 Hana Highway Bridge Preservation C28 Central to WestBridge Maui Tunnel/Rail B1 Hana Highway PreservationConnection Program - Ulaino Stream Bridge C3 Lono Extension B1 Hana Ave Highway Bridge Preservation Program - Kailua Stream Bridge C31 Maui Hwy Capacity Improvement to Piilani B1 Hana Veteran's Highway Bridge Preservation Program--Kuihelani MakanaliHwy Stream BridgeHwy C32 Road B Lipoa to Piikea B5 Honolua Stream Bridge Repair C33 Honoapi'ilani Highway Capacity Improvement - Ma'alaea to Wailuku B7 Kahana Nui Bridge Replacement C34 Ka'ahumanu Avenue Capacity Improvement - Hana Highway to Main Street B8 Kahawaiokapia Bridge Replacement C35 Kula Hwy Capacity - Haleakala Highway to Pulehu Road B9 Kulanihakoi BridgeImprovement Repair C37 SMarket Kihei Rd Improvement - Piikea Avenue to Lipoa Street I1 St Capacity & Pi'ihana Rd Intersection Safety Analysis C4 Wai'ale Rd Extension I10 Lipoa St & Liloa Dr Intersection Safety Analysis C5 Kihei Collector Road -- Phase 1A I12 KealaNorth-South Pl & South Kihei Rd Intersection Improvements C6 Kihei North-South Collector Road -Phase 2 Safety Analysis I13 Kulanihakoi St & South Kihei Rd Intersection C7 Kihei North-South Collector Road -Phase I14 Waine'e St & Lahainaluna Rd Intersection 1B Safety Analysis C8 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 3 I15 Central Maui Traffic Signal Upgrades (9 Locations) C9 Kuhua Extension I17 Mill St St & Imi Kala Rd Intersection Improvements G1 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 1 I19 Eha St & Waena St Intersection Improvements G10 Iao Stream Greenway I2 Pu'unene Ave & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Safety Analysis G13 North Shore & Multi-Use Path -- Pa'ia to Ho'okipa I20 Mahaolu St &Greenway Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements G3 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -Phase 3 I22 Baldwin Ave - Hana Hwy Intersection Improvements G8 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 4 I24 Wai'ehu Beach Rd & Eha St Intersection Safety Analysis P10 Slow Vehicle Lane Program I25 Wai'ehu Beach Rd & Lower Main St Intersection Safety Analysis I26 I28 I29 I30 I31 I33 I34 I35 I36 I38 I39 I4 I40 I44 I46 I5 I7 I8 I9 P13 P16 P17 P18

Papa Ave & Pu'unene Ave Intersection Safety Analysis Dairy Rd - Hukilike St Intersection Improvements Hukilike St - Wakea Ave Intersection Improvements Lono Ave - Wakea Ave Intersection Improvements Kane St & Vevau St Intersection Safety Analysis Papa Ave & La'au St Intersection Improvements Ohukai Rd & South Kihei Rd Intersection Improvements Piilani Hwy & Kihei High School Crossing Wakea Ave & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements South Kihei Road Intersection Improvements Ukali St/Waiehu Beach Road Intersection Improvement Ka'ohu St - Wai'ale Rd Intersection Improvements Piilani Highway Crossings at Pukea Ave Honoapi'ilani Hwy & Keawe St Intersection Safety Analysis Piilani/Uwapo Road Multimodal Intersection Improvements Papa Ave & Lono Ave Intersection Safety Analysis Old Haleakala Highway Signal Upgrade Piikea Rd & South Kihei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Lipoa & South Kihei Rd Intersection Improvements Roundabout Feasibility Program Traffic Signal Modernization (10 Years) Bridge Program (20 Years) Pavement Program (20 Years)

D-8

Project Type New Connections

HDO

New Connections New Connections Project Type New Connections New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Intersection Improvements New Connections Intersection Improvements New Connections Intersection Improvements New Connections Intersection Improvements New Connections Intersection Improvements New Connections Complete Streets New Connections Intersection Improvements Multi-Use Paths Intersection Improvements Multi-Use Paths Intersection Improvements Multi-Use Paths Intersection Improvements Multi-Use Paths Intersection Improvements Multi-Use Paths Intersection Improvements Program Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Program 1ED - -3 Program Program Program

HDO HDO HDO Traf 201 Mau 201 Mau 201 Pub 201 Wai 201 HDO 201 199 HDO HDO 201 HDO 201 HDO Kihe HDO Hele DPW Hele HDO Hele DPW Hele HDO Hele HDO DPW HDO DPW DPW DPW Haw Hele Haw DPW Haw Hele Kihe Hele Pub Hele

3New = TAKE ConnectionsCARE OF WHA 201

1ED - -8

Hele Hele Hele Hele Hele DPW DPW Kihe DPW Kihe Pub Cen Pub Pub Pub Hele 201 Hele Hele Pub Pub HDO HDO


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Project Score Central 30 Hele MaiWest Maui Final Plan 2019 21 West 30 North 21 Project Project Area Central 35 Score Central 25 East 15 Central 51 East 15 Central 42 East 15 Islandwide 48 East 15 Central 38 East 15 South 43 East 15 South 39 West 18 West 43 West 26 Central 62 East 18 Central 41 South 43 South 54 Central 44 Central 29 South 47 South 42 South 40 South 43 South 47 South 38 West 46 South 40 Central 45 West 45 Central 54 West 62 Central 49 Central 43 Central 51 North 40 Central 45 West 45 North 44 South 42 Central 55 Islandwide N/A Central 55

Source

Project Area

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program

OF WHAT WE 2019-2022 MauiHAVE TIP

8

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Source HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Traffic Impact Study 2019-2022 Maui TIP Maui Island Plan 2019-2022 Maui TIP Maui IslandMaui Plan TIP 2019-2022 Public InputMaui TIP 2019-2022 Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan; 2019-2022 Maui TIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program 2019-2022 Maui TIP 1997 Kihei Traffic Master HDOT Priority Bridge List Plan HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOTSub-Area 2015-2035 Capacity Program Kihei Study HDOTMai 2015-2035 Capacity Program Hele Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis HDOT6-year 2015-2035 Capacity Program DPW CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program DPW 6-year CIP DPW 6-year 6-year CIP CIP, TAP DPW Hawaii Bike Plan Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hawaii Bike Plan DPW 6-year CIP Hawaii Bike Plan Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis KiheiMai Sub-Area Study Analysis Hele Maui Collision Public Input Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis

Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6-year CIP DPW 6-year CIP Kihei Sub-Area Study DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Kihei Sub-Area Study Public Input Central Maui Bike & Pedestrian Study 2018 Public Input Public Input Public Input Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis 2019-2022 Maui TIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Public Input Public Input HDOT HDOT

Central Central Central Central Central Central South South Central South Central Central South West South Central Upcountry South South Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide Islandwide

D-8

51 50 47 47 46 58 41 51 54 55 51 42 51 59 51 51 46 55 47 N/A N/A N/A N/A


APPENDIX D

ID

1 = PROVIDE NEW CON

Scenario Planning Project Name

TAKE CARE OF WHAT WE HAVE C1 3 = Maui Lani Pkwy Extension APPENDIX D Scenario Planning C10 Honoapi'ilani Hwy Realignment C11 Lahaina Bypass Phase 1C C12 Pa'ia Relief Route ID Project Name C16 Onehe'e Ave Extension P19 Rockfall Program Years) C17 Kamehameha Ave(10 Extension P20 Traffic & Improvements Program (20 Years) C18 Imi KalaOperations Rd Extension -- Wailuku C2 Imi Kala Rd Extension -Wai'ehu S13 Pulehu Rd Pavement Reconstruction C28 Central to West Maui Tunnel/Rail Connection S14 Iolani, Loha, & Liholani St Pavement Rehabilitation C3 Lono Ave Extension S15 Guardrail & Shoulder Improvement Program (20 Years) C31 Maui Hwy Capacity Improvement - Kuihelani Hwy to Piilani Hwy S30 Hana Veteran's Highway Improvements C32 Road - Lipoa to Piikea S31 KalepaB Revetment & Seawall Repairs C33 Honoapi'ilani Highway Capacity Improvement - Ma'alaea to Wailuku S34 Pukalani Terrace Subdivision Pavement Reconstruction C34 Ka'ahumanu Avenue Capacity Improvement Hana S45 Shoreline Protection/Mitigation Program (20 Years)Highway to Main Street C35 Kula Hwy Capacity Improvement - Haleakala Highway to Pulehu Road S48 Kalepa Point Rockfall Repairs C37 SMakawao Kihei Rd Capacity Improvement - PiikeaRd Avenue to LipoaHwy Street S53 Ave Safety Corridor -- Makani to Haleakala C4 Wai'ale Rd Extension S54 Lipoa Pkwy Repaving C5 Kihei Collector Road -- Phase 1A S57 PiilaniNorth-South Highway Safety Corridor C6 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 2 S58 Hana Hwy Safety Improvements C7 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1B S62 Mill St Pavement Reconstruction C8 Kihei Collector Road -- Phase 3 S63 Kea StNorth-South Reconstruction C9 Kuhua St Extension S64 Kaupakalua Rd (Route 365) Pavement Reconstruction G1 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 1 G10 Iao Stream Greenway G13 North Shore Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Pa'ia to Ho'okipa G3 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 3 G8 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 4 P10 Slow Vehicle Lane Program

D-9

Project Type New Connections 3 =Connections TAKE CARE New New Connections New Connections Project Type New Connections Program New Connections Program New Connections New Connections Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Projects New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Complete Streets New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Program

HDO

OF WH 201

1ED - -3

1ED - -9

HDO HDO HDO HDO Traf HDO Mau Mau DPW Pub DPW Wai 201 HDO Han 199 DPW HDO DPW HDO 201 HDO DPW HDO Pub DPW Pub HDO Pub DPW Pub HDO 201 HDO 201 HDO 201 DPW Haw Haw Haw Kihe Pub


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Hele Mai Maui Final Plan 2019

Project Score Central 30 Hele Mai Maui Final Plan 2019 West 21 West 30 North 21 Project Project Area Central 35 Score Islandwide N/A Central 25 Islandwide N/A Central 51 Central 42 Central 24 Islandwide 48 Upcountry 41 Central 38 Upcountry 33 South 43 East 40 South 39 East 18 West 43 Upcountry 41 Central 62 Various 34 Central 41 East 18 South 54 Upcountry 47 Central 29 South 47 South 42 South 51 South 43 East 20 South 38 Central 54 South 40 Central 49 West 45 Upcountry 20 West 62 Central 43 North 40 West 45 South 42 Islandwide N/A

Source

Project Area

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program

OF WHAT HAVE 2019-2022WE Maui TIP

9

HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Source HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT Traffic Impact Study HDOT Maui Island Plan Maui6-year Island Plan DPW CIP Public6-year Input CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan; 2019-2022 Maui TIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOTCommunity 2015-2035 Plan Capacity Program Hana 1997 6-year Kihei Traffic DPW CIP Master Plan HDOT6-year 2015-2035 DPW CIP Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT6-year 2015-2035 DPW CIP Capacity Program HDOT Input 2015-2035 Capacity Program Public DPW 6-year Public Input CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Public Input DPW 6-year Public Input CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP, TAP Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Hawaii Bike Plan Kihei Sub-Area Study Public Input

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APPENDIX E

Recommended Projects and Capital Programs

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APPENDIX E IDID

T9 T9 I5 I5 I26 I33 I17 I17 I19 I19 I2 I2 I36 I36 I20 I20 I1 I24 I1 I25 I24 I31 I25 I6 I31 S63 I6 S13 S63 S62 T7 S13 C18 S62 C2 T7 C3 C18 C4 C2 C3 S28 C4 S19 S32 S28 S1 S19 S5 S32 S6 S1 S7 S5 S4 S6 S20 S7 G22 S4 S51 S20 S49 G22 I15 S51 B1 S49 S31 I15 S48 B1 B8 S58 S31 T4 S48 G13 B8 C12 S58 S9 T4 T2 G13 T14 I10 C12 I8 S9 I34 T2 I13 T14 I35 I10 B9 I8 C5 C7 I34 C6 I13 C8 I35 E-1 B9 C5ID C7 G7 C6 G8 C8 G9 S37 S22 S33 S24 S50 S14 S34 S64 S53 S36

Recommended Projects and Capital Programs Project ProjectName Name

Central Maui Transit Central Maui Transit Hub Hub Papa & Lono Intersection Analysis Papa AveAve & Lono AveAve Intersection SafetySafety Analysis Papa & Pu'unene Intersection Analysis Papa AveAve & Pu'unene Ave Ave Intersection SafetySafety Analysis Papa AveAve & La'au St Intersection Improvements Papa & La'au St Intersection Improvements Mill St & KalaKala Rd Intersection Improvements Mill StImi & Imi Rd Intersection Improvements Eha St & Waena St Intersection Improvements Eha St & Waena St Intersection Improvements Pu'unene Ave & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Safety Analysis Pu'unene & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Safety Analysis Wakea Ave &Ave Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements WakeaStAve & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements Mahaolu & Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements Mahaolu St & Kamehameha AveSafety Intersection Market St & Pi'ihana Rd Intersection AnalysisImprovements Wai'ehu Beach & Eha St Safety Analysis Market St &Rd Pi'ihana RdIntersection Intersection Safety Analysis Wai'ehu Beach Rd &Rd Lower Main St Intersection SafetyAnalysis Analysis Wai'ehu Beach & Eha St Intersection Safety Kane St & Vevau St Rd Intersection Analysis Wai'ehu Beach & Lower Safety Main St Intersection Safety Analysis Hansen Rd & Pulehu Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Kane St & Vevau St Intersection Safety Analysis Kea St Reconstruction Hansen Rd & Pulehu Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Pulehu Rd Pavement Reconstruction Kea St Reconstruction Mill St Pavement Reconstruction Waikapu TransitReconstruction Maintenance Hub PulehuBaseyard Rd Pavement ImiMill KalaStRdPavement Extension Reconstruction -- Wailuku ImiWaikapu Kala Rd Extension Wai'ehuMaintenance Hub Baseyard--Transit Lono Ave Extension Imi Kala Rd Extension -- Wailuku Wai'ale Rd Extension Imi Kala Rd Extension -- Wai'ehu Lono Extension -- Phase 1 Lono AveAve Improvements Wai'ale Rd Extension-- Phase 2 Lono Ave Improvements Ka'ahumanu Transit & Multimodal Lono Ave Ave Improvements -- Phase 1Corridor Papa AveAve Complete Street -- Phase 2 Lono Improvements Kanaloa Ave & Mahalani St Improvements Ka'ahumanu Ave Transit & Multimodal Corridor Wai'ale Rd Complete Street Papa Ave Complete Street Onehe'e Ave Improvements Kanaloa & Mahalani St Improvements Lower MainAve St Improvements Wai'aleAve Rd Improvements Complete Street Pu'unene Onehe'e Ave Kahului Beach RdImprovements Esplanade Lower Main St Improvements Kinipopo St Sidewalk Improvements Pu'unene Ave Improvements Kamehameha Ave Rd Sidewalk Improvements Kahului Beach Esplanade Central Maui Traffic Signal Upgrades (9 Locations) Kinipopo St Sidewalk Improvements Hana Hwy Bridge Preservation Program (6 Bridges) Kamehameha Sidewalk Improvements Kalepa RevetmentAve & Seawall Repairs Central Maui Traffic Signal Upgrades (9 Locations) Kalepa Point Rockfall Repairs Hana Hwy Bridge Kahawaiokapia BridgePreservation Replacement Program (6 Bridges) Hana Hwy Revetment Safety Improvements Kalepa & Seawall Repairs Paia Transit Hub Rockfall Repairs Kalepa Point North Shore Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Pa'ia to Ho'okipa Kahawaiokapia Bridge Replacement Pa'ia Relief Route Hana Hwy Safety Improvements Holomua Rd Improvements Paia Transit Hub Kihei Transit Hub North Shore GreenwayCorridor & Multi-Use Path -- Pa'ia to Ho'okipa Kihei Transit & Multimodal Lipoa St Relief & LiloaRoute Dr Intersection Safety Analysis Pa'ia Piikea Rd & South Kihei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Holomua Rd Improvements Ohukai & South Kihei Rd Intersection Improvements KiheiRd Transit Hub Kulanihakoi St & South Kihei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis Kihei Transit & Multimodal Corridor Piilani Hwy & Kihei High School Crossing Lipoa St &Bridge LiloaRepair Dr Intersection Safety Analysis Kulanihakoi Piikea Rd & South Kihei Road Rd Intersection Kihei North-South Collector -- Phase 1A Safety Analysis Kihei North-South Collector -- Phase 1B Improvements Ohukai Rd & South KiheiRoad Rd Intersection Kihei North-South Collector Road Rd -- Phase 2 Kulanihakoi St & South Kihei Intersection Safety Analysis Kihei North-South Collector -- Phase 3 Piilani Hwy & Kihei HighRoad School Crossing Kulanihakoi Bridge Repair Project Name 1A Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1B Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use PathRoad -- Phase 3 Kihei North-South Collector -- Phase 2 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 4 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 3 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 5 North Kihei Rd (Route 310) Safety Improvements South Kihei Rd Improvements Ohukai Rd Sidewalk Improvements South Kihei Rd Sidewalk Improvements Keonekai Rd Sidewalk Improvements Iolani, Loha, & Liholani St Pavement Rehabilitation Pukalani Terrace Subdivision Pavement Reconstruction Kaupakalua Rd (Route 365) Pavement Reconstruction Makawao Ave Safety Corridor -- Makani Rd to Haleakala Hwy Makawao Ave & Makani Rd Improvements

Project TypeType Project

TransitImprovements Improvements Transit IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Maintenance Projects Intersection Projects Improvements Maintenance MaintenanceProjects Projects Maintenance Transit Improvements Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Transit Improvements New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections Safety Corridors Transit Safety Improvements Corridors Complete Streets Safety Corridors Complete Streets Transit Improvements Complete Streets Complete Streets Complete Streets CompleteStreets Streets Complete CompleteStreets Streets Complete CompleteStreets Streets Complete Complete Streets Complete CompleteStreets Streets Complete CompleteStreets Streets Intersection Improvements Complete Streets Maintenance Projects Complete Streets Maintenance Projects Intersection Projects Improvements Maintenance MaintenanceProjects Projects Maintenance Safety Corridors Maintenance Projects Transit Improvements Maintenance Projects Multi-Use Paths Maintenance Projects New Connections Safety Corridors Safety Corridors TransitImprovements Improvements Transit Multi-Use Paths Transit Improvements Intersection Improvements New Connections Intersection Improvements Safety Corridors Intersection Improvements Transit Improvements Intersection Improvements Transit Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Projects Improvements Maintenance Intersection Improvements New Connections New Connections Intersection Improvements New Connections Intersection Improvements New Connections Intersection Improvements Maintenance Projects Project Type New Connections New Connections Multi-Use Paths New Connections Multi-Use Paths New Connections Multi-Use Paths Safety Corridors Complete Streets Complete Streets Complete Streets Complete Streets Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Maintenance Projects Safety Corridors Complete Streets

E-1

Project Source

Project Project Source Area

Short-Range Transit Plan Short-Range Transit Plan Central Mai Maui Collision Hele MaiHele Maui Collision Analysis Analysis Central Mai Maui Collision Hele MaiHele Maui Collision Analysis Analysis Central DPW 6-year Central DPWCIP 6-year CIP DPW 6-year Central DPWCIP 6-year CIP DPW 6-year CIP Central DPW 6-year CIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central HeleCIP, Mai2019-2022 Maui Collision DPW 6-year Maui Analysis TIP Central DPWCIP 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central DPW 6-year CIPAnalysis Hele MaiDPW Maui6-year Collision Central Hele MaiHele Maui Collision Analysis Analysis Central Mai Maui Collision Hele MaiHele Maui Collision Analysis Analysis Central Mai Maui Collision Hele MaiHele Maui Collision Analysis Analysis Central Mai Maui Collision Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central HeleCIP Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6-year Central 2019-2022 2019-2022 Maui TIPMaui TIP Central Maui Island Central DPWPlan 6-year CIP Maui Island Plan Maui TIP Central 2019-2022 Maui Island Central MauiPlan Island Plan Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan Central Maui Island Plan DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways Central Maui Island Plan 2035 Plan Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan Public Input Central DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan Public Input Central Kahului-Wailuku Community Plan Central Public Input 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Public Input 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Kahului-Wailuku Community Plan DPW 6-year CIP, TAP Central 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central 2019-2022 2019-2022 Maui TIPMaui TIP Central DPW 6-year 2019-2022 Maui TIP CIP, TAP Central DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan, Central 2019-2022 Maui Bike/Ped Master Maui TIP Plan DPW 6-year CIP Central 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP Central Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan, Central Maui Bik DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central DPW 6-year CIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP East DPWCIP 6-year CIP DPW 6-year East DPWCIP 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year East 2019-2022 2019-2022 Maui TIPMaui TIP East Public Input East DPW 6-year CIP Short-Range North DPWTransit 6-yearPlan CIP Hawaii Bike Plan North 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program North Public Input DPW 6-year CIP North Short-Range Transit Plan Short-Range Transit Plan South Hawaii Bike Plan Public Input South Hele MaiHDOT Maui 2015-2035 Collision Analysis South Capacity Program Hele MaiDPW Maui6-year Collision South CIPAnalysis DPW 6-year CIP South Short-Range Transit Plan Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis South Public Input Kihei Sub-Area Study South Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Kihei Sub-Area Study South Hele Mai Capacity Maui Collision Analysis HDOT 2015-2035 Program, 2019South HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity South DPW 6-year CIP Program HDOT 2015-2035 Program, DPW 6South Hele Mai Capacity Maui Collision Analysis HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program South Kihei Sub-Area Study

Kihei Sub-Area Study Project Source Project M HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, 2019-2022 Area HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Kihei Sub-Area Study HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, DPWSouth 6-year C Kihei Sub-Area Study South HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Kihei Sub-Area Study 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP 1EE - -1 DPW 6-year CIP DPW 6-year CIP DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP Public Input DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP

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Short-Range Transit Plan Short-Range Transit Plan Central Near Maui Collision Analysis ents Hele MaiHele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Mid Maui Collision Analysis ents Hele MaiHele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Mid ents DPW 6-year DPWCIP 6-year CIP Central Near ents DPW 6-year DPWCIP 6-year CIP Central Near ents DPW 6-year CIP Central Near DPW 6-year CIP ents Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Mid Maui6-year Collision ents Hele MaiDPW CIP, Analysis 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Near 2019-2022 Maui TIP ents DPW 6-year DPWCIP, 6-year CIP Central Near ents DPW 6-year HeleCIP Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Long ents Hele MaiHele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Long Maui Collision Analysis ents Hele MaiHele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Mid Maui Collision Analysis ents Hele MaiHele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Near Maui Collision Analysis ents Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Central Near Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Near Hele MaiDPW Maui6-year Collision CIP Analysis Central Near 2019-2022 Maui TIPMaui TIP 2019-2022 Central Near MauiCIP Island Plan Central Long DPW 6-year Maui Island Central Mid 2019-2022 Maui TIPPlan MauiPlan Island Plan Central Long Maui Island Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan Central Mid Maui Island Plan DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways Central Mid Maui Island Plan 2035 Plan Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan Public Input Central Mid DPW 6-year CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Plan Public Input Central Mid Kahului-Wailuku Community Plan Central Near Public Input 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Near Public Input 2019-2022 Maui TIP Plan Central Near Kahului-Wailuku Community DPW 6-year CIP, TAP Central Near 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Near 2019-2022 Maui TIPMaui TIP 2019-2022 Central Near DPW 6-year CIP, TAP 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Near DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan, Central Long Central 2019-2022 MauiMaui TIP Bike/Ped Master Plan DPW 6-year Central Near 2019-2022 Maui TIPCIP DPW 6-year CIP Central Wailuku-Kahului Community Plan, Central Maui Bike/Ped Master Plan Near ents DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Central Near DPW 6-year CIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP East Near DPW 6-year DPWCIP 6-year CIP East Near DPW 6-year 2019-2022 Maui TIP DPWCIP, 6-year CIP East Near 2019-2022 Maui TIPMaui TIP 2019-2022 East Near Public East Long DPW 6-year CIPInput Short-Range Transit Plan North Mid DPW 6-year CIP Hawaii Bike Plan North Long 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program North Mid Public Input DPW 6-year CIP North Near Short-Range Transit Plan Short-Range Transit Plan South Mid Hawaii Bike Plan Public Input South Mid ents HDOT 2015-2035 Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis South Mid Capacity Program ents DPW 6-year HeleCIP Mai Maui Collision Analysis South Mid ents Short-Range DPWTransit 6-year CIP South Near Plan ents Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis South Mid Public Input ents Kihei Sub-Area Study South Near Hele MaiKihei MauiSub-Area CollisionStudy Analysis South Mid Hele MaiHDOT Maui2015-2035 Collision Analysis Capacity Program, 2019South Near HDOT South Mid DPW 6-year CIP2015-2035 Capacity Program Capacity Program, DPW 6South Mid Hele MaiHDOT Maui2015-2035 Collision Analysis HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program South Long Kihei Sub-Area Study

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South South South South South South Upcountry Upcountry Upcountry Upcountry Upcountry

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Cost Identified Funding Sources * Phasing Identified Funding ($1,000)Other Federal State Local Other State Local Nearx $ x 3,000 x x Mid $ x 2,517 x x x Mid $ x 2,517 x x x Near $ x 2,517 x x Near $ x 2,041 x x x Near $ x 2,517 x x x x Mid $ 2,517 x x x x Near $ x 2,993 x x Near $ x 2,517 x x x Long $ x 2,517 x x x Long $ x 2,517 x x Mid $ x 2,517 x x x x Near $ 2,517 x x x Near $ x 2,517 x x Near $ x 3,000 x x x Near $ x 1,700 x x Near $ x 4,300x x x Long $ 50,000x x x x Mid $ 2,686 x x x x x x Long $ 27,482 x Mid $ x 6,800 x x x Mid $ x 18,000 x x x x Midx $ x 1,085 x x Mid $ x 5,851 x x x Near $ 10,000 x x x x Near $ 11,523 x x x Near $ 4,505 x x Nearx $ 17,199 x x x Nearx $ 4,500x x x x Near $ 3,710 x Near $ x 14,000 x x Long $ x 534 x x x x x Near $ 119 x x x Near $ x 2,212 x Near $ x 3,399 x x Near $ 27,198 x x x x Nearx $ 15,600 x Near $ x 350x x x Near $ x 5,790 x x Long $ x 140,000 x x Mid $ x 5,000x x x Long $ x 21,575x x x x x Mid $ x 120,000 x x Near $ x 7,578 x x Mid $ x 10,000 x x x x Mid $ 10,000 x x x x x Mid $ x 2,517 x x x Mid $ x 2,517 x x x x Near $ x 2,517 x x x Mid $ x 2,517 x x x Near $ x 3,502 x x Mid $ 5,816 x x Funding Near Identified $ 21,107 x x Federal Mid State $Local 17,338 Other x x x Mid $ x 6,441 x x x x Long $ 16,182 x x

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Central $ 3,000 Central $ 2,517 Central $ 2,517 $ 2,517 Central $ 2,041 Central $ 2,517 Central $ 2,517 Central $ 2,993 Central $ 2,517 Central $ 2,517 $ 2,517 Central $ 2,517 Central $ 2,517 Central $ 2,517 Central $ 3,000 Central $ 1,700 Central $ 4,300 $ 50,000 Central $ 2,686 Central $ 27,482 Central $ 6,800 Central $ 18,000

Central Central $ 1,085 Central $ 5,851 $ 10,000 Central $ 11,523 Central $ 4,505 Central $ 17,199 Central $ 4,500 Central $ 3,710 Central $ 14,000 Central $ 534 Central $ 119 Central $ 2,212 Central $ 3,399 Central $ 27,198 Central $ 15,600 Central $ 350 East $ 5,790 $ 140,000 East $ 5,000 East $ 21,575 East $ 120,000 East $ 7,578 North $ 10,000 North $ 10,000 $ 2,517 North $ 2,517 North $ 2,517 South $ 2,517 South $ 3,502 South $ 5,816 South $ 21,107 $ 17,338 South $ 6,441 South $ 16,182 South South Cost South ($1,000) South $ 4,505 South $ 10,969 South $ 11,267 $ 1,800 $ 5,450 $ 600 $ 1,900 $ 400 $ 8,400 $ 8,000 $ 7,500 $ 9,159 $ 3,378

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I13 Kulanihakoi St & South Kihei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis I35 Piilani Hwy & Kihei High School Crossing B9 Kulanihakoi Bridge Repair C5 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1A C7 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1B C6 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 2 E Collector Road -- Phase 3 C8 APPENDIX Kihei North-South

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Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Maintenance Projects New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections

Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Kihei Sub-Area Study Kihei Sub-Area Study HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, 2019HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, DPW 6HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program

Recommended Projects and Capital Programs Project ProjectName Name

T9 Central Maui&Transit HubPath -- Phase 3 G7 Kihei Greenway Multi-Use G8 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 4 Analysis I5 Papa Ave & Lono Ave Intersection Safety G9 Kihei Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 5 Safety Analysis I26 Papa Ave & Pu'unene Ave Intersection S37 North Kihei Rd (Route 310) Safety Improvements I33 Papa Ave & La'au St Intersection Improvements S22 South Kihei Rd Improvements I17 Mill St Imi KalaImprovements Rd Intersection Improvements S33 Ohukai Rd&Sidewalk I19 EhaKihei St & Rd Waena St Intersection Improvements S24 South Sidewalk Improvements I2 Pu'unene Ave & Kamehameha S50 Keonekai Rd Sidewalk ImprovementsAve Intersection Safety Analysis S14 Iolani, Loha, & Liholani St Pavement I36 Wakea Ave & Kamehameha AveRehabilitation Intersection Improvements S34 Pukalani Terrace Pavement Reconstruction I20 Mahaolu St &Subdivision Kamehameha Ave Intersection Improvements S64 Kaupakalua Rd (Route 365) Pavement Reconstruction I1 Market St & Pi'ihana Rd Intersection Safety Analysis S53 Makawao Ave Safety Corridor -- Makani Rd to Haleakala Hwy I24 Wai'ehu Beach Rd & Eha St Intersection Safety Analysis S36 Makawao Ave & Makani Rd Improvements I25 Wai'ehu LowerImprovements Main St Intersection Safety Analysis S38 Olinda Rd & Beach Pi'iholoRd Rd&Safety I31 Kane St & Vevau Safety Analysis S26 Kula Highway (Route St 37)Intersection Safety Improvements I7 OldHansen Haleakala Upgrade I6 Rd Highway & PulehuSignal Rd Intersection Safety Analysis T3 Lahaina Hub S63 Kea StTransit Reconstruction T16 Lahaina Transit & Multimodal Corridor S13 Pulehu Rd Pavement Reconstruction G1 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 1 S62 Mill St Pavement Reconstruction G2 West Maui Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Phase 2 T7 Waikapu Baseyard&Transit Maintenance Hub G3 West Maui Greenway Multi-Use Path -- Phase 3 C18 Imi Kala RdHwy Extension -- St Wailuku I44 Honoapi'ilani & Keawe Intersection Safety Analysis I14 Waine'e St & Intersection Safety Analysis C2 Imi Kala RdLahainaluna Extension Rd -- Wai'ehu B5 Honolua Stream Bridge Repair C3 Lono Ave Extension B7 Kahana NuiRd Bridge Replacement C4 Wai'ale Extension C10 Honoapi'ilani Hwy Realignment S28 Lono Ave Improvements -- Phase 1 C11 Lahaina Bypass Phase 1C S19 LonoHonoapi'ilani Ave Improvements -- Phase 2 S2 Lower Rd Improvements S32 Ka'ahumanu Ave Transit & Multimodal Corridor S8 Keawe St Improvements S1 PapaStAve Complete Street S17 Prison Improvements S16 Dickenson Improvements S5 KanaloaStAve & Mahalani St Improvements S52 Front St Pedestrian Esplanade S6 Wai'ale Rd Complete Street P1 Sidewalk Gap Program (20 Years) S7 Onehe'e Ave Improvements P2 Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Program (20 Years) S4 Main--St Improvements P22 BusLower Purchases Fixed Route & Paratransit (20 Years) S20 Ave Improvements P3 BusPu'unene Stop Siting, Upgrades, & Maintenance Program (20 Years) G22 Rd Esplanade P6 BusKahului ServiceBeach & Operations Improvements (20 Years) P16 Traffic SignalSt Modernization (10 Years) S51 Kinipopo Sidewalk Improvements P17 Bridge Program (20 Years) S49 Kamehameha Ave Sidewalk Improvements P18 Pavement Program (20 Years) I15 Central Maui Traffic Signal Upgrades (9 Locations) P19 Rockfall Program (10 Years) B1 Hana Hwy Bridge Preservation Program (6 Bridges) P20 Traffic Operations & Improvements Program (20 Years) S31 Kalepa &Revetment & Seawall Repairs S15 Guardrail Shoulder Improvement Program (20 Years) S48 Kalepa Protection/Mitigation Point Rockfall Repairs S45 Shoreline Program (20 Years) P26 National Recreational TrailsReplacement Program (20 Years) B8 Kahawaiokapia Bridge S58 Hana Hwy Safety Improvements T4 Paia Transit Hub G13 North Shore Greenway & Multi-Use Path -- Pa'ia to Ho'okipa C12 Pa'ia Relief Route S9 Holomua Rd Improvements T2 Transit Hub * IdentifiedKihei funding sources are aspirational and not necessarily programmed. T14 Kihei Transit & Multimodal Corridor E-2 I10 Lipoa St & Liloa Dr Intersection Safety Analysis I8 Piikea Rd & South Kihei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis I34 Ohukai Rd & South Kihei Rd Intersection Improvements I13 Kulanihakoi St & South Kihei Rd Intersection Safety Analysis I35 Piilani Hwy & Kihei High School Crossing B9 Kulanihakoi Bridge Repair C5 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1A C7 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 1B C6 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 2 C8 Kihei North-South Collector Road -- Phase 3

Project TypeType Project

Transit Improvements Multi-Use Paths Multi-Use Paths Intersection Improvements Multi-Use Paths Intersection Improvements Safety Corridors Intersection Improvements Complete Streets Intersection Improvements Complete Streets Intersection Improvements Complete Streets Intersection Improvements Complete Streets Maintenance Intersection Projects Improvements Maintenance Intersection Projects Improvements Maintenance Projects Intersection Improvements Safety Corridors Intersection Improvements Complete Streets Intersection Improvements Safety Corridors Intersection Improvements Safety Corridors Intersection IntersectionImprovements Improvements Transit Improvements Maintenance Projects Transit Improvements Maintenance Projects Multi-Use Paths Maintenance Projects Multi-Use Paths Transit Improvements Multi-Use Paths New Connections Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections Maintenance Projects New Connections New Connections Safety Corridors New Connections SafetyCorridors Corridors Safety Transit Improvements Complete Streets CompleteStreets Streets Complete Complete CompleteStreets Streets Complete CompleteStreets Streets Program Complete Streets Program Complete Streets Program Complete Streets Program Complete Streets Program Program Complete Streets Program Complete Streets Program Intersection Improvements Program Maintenance Projects Program Maintenance Projects Program Maintenance Projects Program Program Maintenance Projects Safety Corridors Transit Improvements Multi-Use Paths New Connections Safety Corridors Transit Improvements Transit Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Maintenance Projects New Connections New Connections New Connections New Connections

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Area Short-Range Kihei Sub-Area Study Transit Plan South Kihei Sub-Area Study South Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Kihei Sub-Area Study South Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis 2019-2022 Maui TIP South DPW 6-year CIP DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP South DPW 6-year CIP DPW 6-year CIP South DPWCIP 6-year CIP DPW 6-year South HeleCIP Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6-year South DPW 6-year 2019-2022 Maui TIP Maui TIP Upcountry DPWCIP, 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 DPW 6-year Upcountry DPWCIP 6-year CIP 2019-2022 Maui TIP Upcountry Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Public Input Upcountry Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Upcountry HeleCIP Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6-year Upcountry HeleMaui MaiTIP Maui Collision Analysis 2019-2022 Upcountry 2019-2022 Upcountry HeleMaui MaiTIP Maui Collision Analysis Short-Range Transit Maui Plan TIP West 2019-2022 Short-Range Transit Plan West DPW 6-year CIP DPW 6-year CIP, TAP West 2019-2022 Maui TIP Hawaii Bike Plan West MauiPlan Island Plan Hawaii Bike West Plan Hele MaiMaui MauiIsland Collision Analysis West Hele MaiMaui MauiIsland Collision Analysis West Plan HDOT Priority Bridge List Community Plan West Wailuku-Kahului 2019-2022 Maui TIP CIP, Federal-Aid Highways 2035 WestPlan DPW 6-year 2019-2022 Maui TIP West Public Input HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program West Public Input 2019-2022 Maui TIP West Kahului-Wailuku Community Plan DPW 6-year CIP West Maui TIP Lahaina2019-2022 Walk Audit 2017 West Lahaina2019-2022 Walk Audit 2017 West Maui TIP Public Input West DPW 6-year CIP, TAP Public Input Islandwide DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Public Input Islandwide 2019-2022 Short-Range Transit Maui Plan TIP Islandwide 2019-2022 Short-Range Transit Maui Plan TIP Islandwide Wailuku-Kahului Maui Bik Short-Range Transit Plan Community Plan, Central Islandwide Public Input Islandwide DPW 6-year CIP HDOT DPW 6-year CIP Islandwide HDOT DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Islandwide HDOT Islandwide 2019-2022 Maui TIP HDOT Islandwide DPW 6-year 2019-2022 Maui TIP CIP Islandwide DPW 6-year 2019-2022 Maui TIP CIP Islandwide 2019-2022 Maui TIPMaui TIP Islandwide 2019-2022

Public Input Short-Range Transit Plan Hawaii Bike Plan TO HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program DPWLONG-RANGE 6-year CIP PLAN RECOMMENDED PROJECTS & Short-Range Transit Plan Public Input Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis DPW 6-year CIP Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis Kihei Sub-Area Study Kihei Sub-Area Study HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, 2019-2022 M HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program, DPW 6-year C HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program

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Cost Identified Funding Sources * Phasing Identified Funding ($1,000) Federal State Local Other Federal State Local Other ($1,000) Kihei Sub-Area Study Study South Near $ x 4,505 x x Kihei Sub-Area Near $ 4,505 x Kihei Sub-Area Mid $ 10,969 x Kihei Sub-Area Study Study South Mid $ x 10,969 x x Kihei Sub-Area Long $ 11,267 x Kihei Sub-Area Study Study South Long $ x 11,267 x x 2019-2022 Maui TIP Near $ 1,800 x 2019-2022 Maui TIP South Nearx $ 1,800 x x DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Near $ 5,450 x x DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP South Near $ x 5,450 x x DPW 6-year CIP Near $ 600 DPW 6-year CIP South Near $ 600 x DPW 6-year CIP Near $ 1,900 x DPW 6-year South Near $ x 1,900 x DPWCIP 6-year CIP Near $ 400 DPWCIP 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Near $ 8,400 x DPW 6-year South Near $ x 400 x DPWCIP, 6-year CIP Mid $Upcountry 8,000 DPW 6-year 2019-2022 Maui TIP Near $ x 8,400 x x 2019-2022 Maui TIP Near $ 7,500 x DPW 6-year CIP Upcountry Mid $ x 8,000 x Public Input Mid $ 9,159 x x 2019-2022 Maui TIP Upcountry Near $ 7,500 x x DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Maui TIP Near $ 3,378 x x Public Input Mid $ x 9,159 x x DPW 6-year CIP Mid $ Upcountry 34,400 DPW 6-year CIP, 2019-2022 Nearx $ 3,378 x x 2019-2022 Maui TIP Maui TIP Near $Upcountry 920 x ents DPW 6-year 2019-2022 Near $Upcountry 765 x CIP Maui TIP Midx $ 34,400 x Short-Range Near $ Upcountry 15,000 2019-2022 Maui TIP Transit Plan Near $ x 920x x x Short-Range Mid $ Upcountry 10,000 x 2019-2022 Maui TIP Transit Plan Near $ x 765x x x DPW 6-year CIP, TAP Near $ 1,750 x x x Short-Range Transit Plan West Near $ 15,000 x x Hawaii Bike Plan Mid $ 5,743 x x x Short-Range Transit Plan West Mid $ 10,000 x x x Hawaii Bike Plan Long $ 4,121 x x x West Nearx $ 1,750 x x x ents DPW 6-year HeleCIP, Mai TAP Maui Collision Analysis Mid $ 2,517 x West Mid $ x 5,743 x x x ents Hawaii Bike HelePlan Mai Maui Collision Analysis Mid $ 2,517 x HDOT Priority Bridge List Near $ 7,208 Hawaii Bike Plan West Longx $ 4,121 x x x Maui Analysis TIP Near $ 5,733 x Hele Mai2019-2022 Maui Collision West Midx $ 2,517 x x 2019-2022 Maui TIP Near $ 75,000 x Hele Mai Maui Collision Analysis West Mid $ 2,517 x x HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity Program Near $ 75,000 x x HDOT Priority Bridge List West Near $ 7,208 x 2019-2022 Maui TIP Near $ 25,400 x 2019-2022 Maui TIPCIP West Near $ x 5,733 x x DPW 6-year Near $ 447 2019-2022 MauiWalk TIP Audit 2017 West Near $ x 75,000 x Lahaina Mid $ 1,059 Lahaina Walk Audit Program 2017 Mid $ 1,077 HDOT 2015-2035 Capacity West Near $ x 75,000 x x Public Input Mid $ 619 2019-2022 Maui TIP West Near $ x 25,400 x Public Input $ 11,000 DPW 6-year CIP West Near $ x 447 x Public Input $ 30,000 x x Lahaina Walk Audit 2017 West Mid $ 1,059 x Short-Range Transit Plan $ 84,000 x x Lahaina Walk Audit 2017 West Mid $ x 1,077 x Short-Range Transit Plan $ 10,000 x Public Input West Mid $ x 619 x Short-Range Transit Plan $ 20,000 Public Input $ Islandwide 35,000 x Public Input $ x 11,000 x HDOT $ 348,255 x Public Input Islandwide x $ 30,000 x x HDOTTransit Plan $ 269,574 x Short-Range Islandwide x $ 84,000 x x HDOT $ 75,070 x x Short-Range Transit Plan Islandwide $ 10,000 x x HDOT $ 20,000 x x Short-Range TransitMaui PlanTIP $ 20,000 x 2019-2022 $ Islandwide 60,000 x x Public Input $ 35,000 x x 2019-2022 Maui TIP $ Islandwide 94,400 x x $Islandwide 9,000 x x HDOT 2019-2022 Maui TIP $ 348,255 x x $ 425,584 HDOT Islandwide $ 269,574 x x $ 312,696 HDOT Islandwide $ 75,070 x x $ 276,195 HDOT Islandwide $ 20,000 x x TOTAL PROJECT $ 1,014,475 2019-2022 Maui TIP Islandwide $ 60,000 x x $ 1,066,299 2019-2022 Maui TIPLONG-RANGE PLAN RECOMMENDED PROJECTS & CAPITAL Islandwide $ 94,400 x x $ 2,080,774

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Potential Funding Sources

APPENDIX Potential Funding Sources The fundingFsources described below are existing sources available to Maui County today and T h e f und ing sources d escrib ed b el ow are ex isting sources av ail ab l e to M aui County tod ay and sources th at coul d b e consid ered in th sources that could be considered in the future. These sources could help to fund the projects and programs identified in Hele Mai Maui.

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Federal Transit E x isting F und ing Source Administration (FTA) Grants Federal Transit

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CMAQ provides a flexible funding source to state and local governments for transportation projects and programs to help meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act. CMAQ provides a flexible funding source to state and local governments Surface Transportation Block Grants are flexible that may be for transportation projects and programs to helpfunding meet the requirements used for projects to preserve and improve conditions on and of the Clean Air Act. performance of surfaceBlock transportation, highway, transit, Surface Transportation Grants areincluding flexible funding that may be intercity bus, bicycle, and pedestrian projects. used for projects to preserve and improve conditions on and The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)highway, goal is totransit, reduce fatal performance of surface transportation, including and serious injury crashes. intercity bus, bicycle, and pedestrian projects.

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The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) goal is to reduce fatal Formula to State The Alternatives Program provides funding for programs Formula to State and Transportation serious injury crashes. and projects defined as transportation alternatives, including on- and offroadTransportation pedestrian andAlternatives bicycle facilities, infrastructure projectsforforprograms Formula to State The Program provides funding improving non-driver access to public transportation, and improved and projects defined as transportation alternatives, including on- and offmobility; community improvement activities and environmental road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, infrastructure projects for remediation; recreational trail projects; and safe routes to improving non-driver access toprogram public transportation, and improved school projects. mobility; community improvement activities and environmental

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remediation; recreational program projects; safe routes to The Hawaii Department oftrail Transportation (HDOT)and manages the Federal school projects. Safe Routes to School program. HDOT also manages the SRTS program special fund,Department which consists of state funds collected as trafficthe violation The Hawaii of Transportation (HDOT) manages Federal surcharges and distributed to the counties to expend. Safe Routes to School program. HDOT also manages the SRTS program

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Alternatives Program (TAP)

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program National Highway Freight Program National Highway Freight Program

Planning Funds. Potential projects include bus and bus facilities, procurement, access and mobility, research, and state of good repair.

special fund, which consists of state funds collected as traffic violation The FAST Act established Highway Formula to State surcharges and distributeda National to the counties to Freight expend.Program to improve the efficient movement of freight on the National Highway Freight Network. Projectsainclude truck-only real-time The FAST Act established National Highwaylanes, Freight Programinformation to Formula to State systems, highway ramp metering, and efforts to reduce the improve the efficient movement of freight on the National Highway environmental impacts of include freight movement, among others. information Freight Network. Projects truck-only lanes, real-time systems, highway ramp metering, and efforts to reduce the environmental impacts of freight movement, among others.

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Section 5310 Funds: Formula funding to states and metropolitan regions for the purpose Notes of meeting the transportation needs of seniors and people with disabilities. Section funding to forstates transitand capital, planning,regions and operations in rural Section 5311 5310 Funds: Funds: Formula Formula funding metropolitan for the purpose areas (population less than 50,000). of meeting the transportation needs of seniors and people with disabilities. Section 5311(f) Funds: Rural intercity Discretionary program. and operations in rural Section 5311 Funds: Formula funding bus. for transit capital, planning, Section 5339 Funds: Funding through an allocation process to states for small urban and areas (population less than 50,000). rural areas (and transit agencies in large urban areas) to replace, Section 5311(f) Funds: Rural intercity bus. Discretionary program.rehabilitate, and purchase buses and related to construct bus-related Section 5339 Funds: Fundingequipment through anand allocation process to states facilities. for small urban and Section 5307 Funds: Formula transit funds for large urban districts. and rural areas (and transit agencies in large urban areas)and to small replace, rehabilitate, Section Capital Investment Grants: Funding major bus-related transit capital investments purchase5309 buses and related equipment and to construct facilities. including heavy rail, light rail, and bus rapid transit. Section 5307 Funds: Formula transit funds for large and small urban districts. Section 5303/4/5 Metropolitan Statewide Planning: Fundscapital allocated to states, Capital Investmentand Grants: Funding major transit investments Section 5309 which then distribute to regional and local agencies. including heavy rail, light rail, and bus rapid transit.

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Typical Award Level

National Highway Performance Program (NHPP)

The National Highway Performance Program provides funding for Formula to State projects on the National Highway System (NHS). Eligible projects include the construction of new facilities on the NHS, as well as projects to ensure that investments of Federal funds in highway construction are directed to support progress toward achieving performance targets established in a state’s asset management plan for the NHS. A separate NHS Asset Management program was created to highlight the importance of preserving the roadway system by incentivizing agencies to use asset management strategies that provide cost-effective solutions to maximize the life expectancy of a roadway.

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Recreational Trails Program

The Recreational Trails Program supports trail-related projects, such as Formula to State hiking, running, bicycling, off-road motorcycling, and all terrain vehicle riding. The program is administered by the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources. The fund supports the acquisition of land for public outdoor recreation Competitive or to develop basic outdoor recreational facilities. The program was established in 23 U.S.C. 204 to improve transportation Competitive facilities that provide access to, are adjacent to, or are located within federal lands. It supplements state and local resources for public roads, transit systems, and other transportation facilities, with an emphasis on high-use recreation sites and economic generators.

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Land and Water Conservation Fund Federal Lands Access Program

Systemic Safety Analysis The Systemic Safety Analysis Report Program (SSARP) was established in Report Program (SSARP) 2015 with a $10 million set-aside (and exchange for state funds) from the HSIP. The intent of the SSARP is to assist local agencies in performing a collision analysis, identifying safety issues on their roadway networks, and developing a list of systemic low-cost countermeasures that can be used to prepare future HSIP and other safety program applications.

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State Highway Fund

State highway fund revenue sources include Motor Vehicle Fuel Taxes; State Authorization Motor Vehicle Registration Fees; Rental/Tour Vehicle Surcharge; Vehicle Weight Taxes; and miscellaneous income (e.g., commercial license fees and earned interest). Fund expenditures are restricted to construction, improvement, maintenance, operation, and use of public highways, roads, streets, and roadside rest areas.

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Bonds

Bonds are issued by the state or other agency to finance assets with long State, County, or useful lives (such as transportation projects). The administering entity Local Authorization issues bonds with a set return on investment, and investors purchase the bonds to help fund transportation projects. Bonds can help to smooth the financial impact of expensive projects by providing upfront capital, allowing the State or County to repay over a set amount of time.

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Public roadways in Hawaii are largely paid for with the gas tax, weight tax, rental vehicle surcharge, and registration fees. To fund state highways, Hawaii drivers pay a tax of 16 cents per gallon of gasoline. The federal government and counties also collect fuel taxes. As Hawaii residents buy more fuel-efficient or alternate fuel vehicles, they consume fewer gallons of gasoline. Consequently, gas tax revenue also declines. The state and counties depend in large part on gas taxes for road upkeep and improvement. In 2019, the Hawaii legislature enacted a new $50 annual surcharge on registration of electric vehicles.

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There are five main types of bond financing: revenue (secured with highway fund), general obligation (secured with general fund), land-secured (Community Facilities Districts and Special Improvement Districts), lease financing, and private activity. Most capital improvement projects in Maui County over the past 30 years have been financed through general obligation bonds. General obligation bonds (GO Bonds) may be issued by the State.

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Potential Funding Sources

Existing Funding Source

Description

Distribution

Typical Award Level

Rental Car Surcharge

Current revenues from rental car fees go toward airport improvements and the State Highway Fund.

State Law

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The Highway Fund was established to deposit fuel taxes, public utility franchise taxes, public transit fares, and motor vehicle weight taxes. These revenues are used for acquisition, design, construction, improvement, repair, and maintenance of county highways, streets, street lights, public transit, and storm drains and bridges. Revenues are also used for purposes and functions connected with transit.

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The General Fund revenues come from four major sources: Real Ordinance Property Taxes, Transient Accommodations Taxes (TAT), Public Service Company Taxes, and intergovernmental revenue and other revenues. The County can issue general obligation bonds for Capital Improvement Projects that are secured with the County General Fund.

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Notes Existing: $4.50 per vehicle per day goes toward airport improvements, including debt service for the rental car facility that opened in May 2019. Also, $3 goes to the State Highway Fund. A $2 increase in 2019 is anticipated to generate $10.5 million annually for Maui, which is specified for use on state highway capacity projects. HDOT has identified priority state highway capacity projects on each island to be completed by floating a revenue bond secured with anticipated rental car surcharge fees. On Maui, the projects HDOT identified for State legislators are Lahaina Bypass North, Pu’unene Avenue Improvements, and Pa’ia Relief Route. This information was shared with the MPO Policy Board in Supplemental Meeting Materials 6/28/19.

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Potential Funding Sources

Potential New Revenue Description Distribution Sources Paid Parking Revenue Municipalities can fund improvements, including transportation projects, Ordinance through parking meter revenues. An ordinance is typically necessary to govern the use of the revenues by specifying eligible projects or project types. Parking Benefit Districts--sometimes called Mobility Benefit Districts--are a common type of benefit assessment district that uses parking meter revenue to invest in services and infrastructure, as determined by a downtown association or similar entity. Parking Benefit Districts are often established in conjunction with a Business Improvement District. The revenue from parking meters contributes to the budget assessments from members of the district.

Advertising Revenue

Stormwater Utility

BUILD Grants

Typical Award Level $-$$

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Advertising opportunities in the right-of-way (e.g., on buses, at transit Ordinance stops and hubs) could raise funds to support transit stop investments and maintenance. Counties have the authority to collect fees related to the control and Ordinance treatment of stormwater based on existing State authorization. Funding could be used to support transportation improvements, including maintenance projects such as slope stabilization, depending on program design.

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U.S. DOT’s Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development Competitive (BUILD) Transportation Discretionary Grants program funds investments in transportation infrastructure, including transit.

$$-$$$

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General Excise Tax (GET) A portion of revenue from an increase in the general sales tax could be Surcharge allocated to transportation improvements and projects.

State Authorization

Property Taxes

These are taxes assessed on the value of an owned property, a portion of which can be used to fund transportation projects.

Ordinance

Community Facilities Districts (CFD)

CFDs are secured by special property taxes in a defined area, and County Ordinance bonds must be publicly approved. CFDs can be used to finance public capital improvements with community-wide benefits including parks, beach restoration, transit, highways, and bicycle and pedestrian facilities. A CFD can be initiated by the County or petitioned by property owners. The County could assist property owners who agree to tax themselves through CFD formation; improvements must be owned by the County.

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Establishing a utility would require a feasibility study, ordinance, and implementation plan. A Stormwater Utility could be combined with Maui's existing Water and Sewer Utility. Fees could be based on a property's impervious area, or hard surfaces like roofs and driveways that stop rain runoff from soaking into the ground.

$$-$$$

State/County

The County could apply for complete streets, transit hubs, and corridor projects, such as the Kihei North-South Collector.

$$$

State/County

Maui County did not adopt a GET surcharge prior to expiration of State authorization for counties to consider a GET surcharge by March 31, 2019. Maui MPO estimates $37 million in annual GET 0.5% surcharge revenue ($222.62 annual per capita based on O‘ahu GET surcharge x 165,386 population = $37 million per year).

Typical Award Level

Notes A Parking Action Plan was completed for Wailuku Town and Lahaina Town in February 2018. Ideally, parking programs should be self-sustaining, with a portion of revenues reinvested into the towns via Parking Benefit Districts and guided by Parking Advisory Committees. Lahaina parking revenues could be used for Front St improvements or relocation of the Lahaina transit hub. Wailuku parking revenues could be used for event planning, shuttles, and public art. Parking Action Plan recommendations are to implement on-street paid parking in portions of Lahaina Town, which could net the County almost $780,000 per year, and off-street hourly and permit parking in two lots to generate $442,000 per year. In Wailuku Town, the County should implement additional employee permit parking, and, once the Civic Hub parking structure is complete, implement on-street paid parking for potential revenue of $82,000 per year. The Civic Hub structure could generate $134,000 per year.

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Potential projects to finance with a CFD could be those where future development hinges on new or improved road connections, such as Wai'ale Road Extension, Imi Kala Road Extension, or Kihei North-South Collector. The ordinance must describe the types of improvements to be undertaken and financed.

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Potential Funding Sources

Potential New Revenue Description Distribution Sources Tax Increment Financing TIFs are used to capture additional property taxes generated in the Ordinance (TIF) vicinity of transportation-specific improvements or areas. This type of funding can also be used to capture a portion of property value increase caused by a particular investment. Special Improvement SIDs are assessments secured by special property taxes in a defined area Ordinance Districts (SID) when there is a strong relationship between benefit and assessment (e.g., sewer lines or sidewalks in a specific neighborhood, maintenance and security services in a district). The assessment engineer reports on benefit based on square footage of lot to distribute cost equitably. SIDs can be initiated by the County or petitioned by property owners and function like a reimbursement agreement. SIDs are also called Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) or Community Benefit Districts in some municipalities.

Typical Award Level $-$$

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Toll Roads

Drivers pay a fee each time a specific roadway is used or a certain bridge State Law is crossed. Toll fees may change based on the time of day. Tolling in Hawaii would require the Legislature to change the current laws that prohibit toll charges.

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Vehicle-Based Tolls

Drivers would pay a fee based on their destination. Vehicle transponders State Law could be used to target trips to certain areas of the island (e.g., Hana).

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Increase State Highway Fund Sources

An option to fund road maintenance includes increasing the taxes and State Authorization fees that make up the State Highway Fund. The current revenue sources are Motor Vehicle Fuel Taxes; Motor Vehicle Registration Fees; Rental/Tour Vehicle Surcharge; Vehicle Weight Taxes; and miscellaneous income (e.g., commercial license fees and earned interest).

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Road User Charge

Instead of paying a per-gallon gasoline tax, drivers would pay to use State Law roads based on how many miles they drive. State law could be changed to allocate a portion of the rental car fee State Law allocated for airport improvements to multimodal improvements outside the airport. Conversely, an additional surcharge could be added to the rental car fee to fund multimodal improvements.

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Bicycle and pedestrian improvements often can be included as part of larger efforts of business improvement and retail district beautification. SIDs/BIDs collect levies on businesses to fund area-wide improvements that benefit businesses and improve access for customers. These districts may fund sidewalk improvements and pedestrian crossing enhancements along with ongoing maintenance, placemaking, and landscaping projects.

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State law currently requires that there must be an alternative route free of charge for a toll road to be implemented. A private entity could finance construction of a transportation project, then collect toll payments. Flexible options to charge different toll amounts based on user type and peak congestion hours can also help control demand on a roadway. Honoapi‘ilani Highway has been suggested as a possibility for tolling, as it has Annual Average Daily Traffic [AADT] counts of 25,500 traveling both directions on Lahaina Pali. Any tolling program would need to account for the profit margin of a private tolling entity or costs of toll collection technology.

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Rental cars in places like New Zealand have transponders for tolling.

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HDOT has investigated the pros and cons of many of alternatives. Some alternatives have been implemented in the past decade in other states and HDOT has been studying their progress.

n/a

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HDOT is conducting a pilot study on Road User Charge as a method to replace declining revenues from the State gas tax: https://hiruc.org/. State law could be changed so a portion of the $4.50 could be used for multimodal improvements outside the airport, or an additional surcharge could be added to fund multimodal improvements.

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Potential New Revenue Description Distribution Sources Traffic Impact Fees Private developers pay a pre-determined fee per Ordinance development unit. This fee is based on the number of vehicle trips expected to be generated by the potential development. Eligible capital improvements are identified through a needs assessment study, and could focus solely on multimodal transportation improvements.

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Development Agreements

Many agencies negotiate development agreements on a case-by-case Ordinance basis to specify the standards and conditions that will govern development of a property. As new developments are proposed, a jurisdiction may negotiate for developers to contribute toward the funding of pedestrian, bicycle, or transit infrastructure improvements or for developers to implement such improvements themselves. Private developers can often complete such construction more cost effectively than public agencies.

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Carbon Tax/Cap

A fee or tax could be imposed on producers of large amounts of carbon. State Law These producers would pay a fee to "offset" their carbon production. Funds could be allocated for sustainable transportation projects.

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Opportunity Zones

The Opportunity Zones Program provides incentives to re-invest unrealized capital gains into Opportunity Funds in exchange for temporary tax deferral and other benefits. The Opportunity Funds are used to provide investment capital in certain identified low-income communities. Opportunity Zones are approved by the State, and often overlap with identified transit-oriented development opportunities.

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Notes • The Traffic Impact Fee Study completed in 2012 identifies $940 million of needed transportation projects by 2035 and outlines alternatives for cost-sharing among Community Plan areas with rates for residential, office, retail, industrial, visitor, and institutional uses per future unit of development. • Maui County Council allocated funds in FY2020 to update the Traffic Impact Fee Study. • Concerns have been expressed about impacting developers’ ability to deliver housing at an affordable price, with too many government fees. • A portion of traffic impact fee revenues could be dedicated to buy buses, expand facilities, or other capital investments related to growth in travel demand.

Senator Schatz of Hawaii introduced the "American Opportunity Carbon Fee Act" in April 2019.

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Potential Funding Sources

Potential New Revenue Description Sources Private Foundations A number of local and national foundations have begun to play important roles in supporting pedestrian and other transportation infrastructure improvements and programming. Examples include the Kresge Foundation and Weinberg Foundation.

Distribution

Typical Award Level

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Ordinance

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Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)

The Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program is a flexible program that provides communities with funding to address a wide range of community development and public infrastructure needs.

Competitive

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Grant Anticipation Borrowing

This strategy allows public agencies to borrow against anticipated future State Authorization federal and/or state revenues to fund capital projects that require large upfront expenditures. Existing programs include Grant Anticipated Revenue Vehicle (GARVEE) bonds for highways and Grant Anticipation Notice (GAN) bonds for transit.

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Dwelling Unit Revolving State funds are available to support the creation of affordable housing State Authorization Fund (DURF) near transit through the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation (HHFDC). Act 132, SLH 2016 authorized the use of Dwelling Unit Revolving Funds (DURF) to finance regional infrastructure projects in conjunction with the counties, private landowners, and developers. DURF could be used to implement transit-oriented developments (TODs), which include a mix of commercial, residential, office, and entertainment located within walking distance of public transportation.

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Notes Other potential sources include: • Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Sustainable Cities and Initiative for Global Road Safety grants aim to tackle climate change at the city and local level and reduce traffic deaths and injuries, respectively. • Outside the Box is a grant program funded by Redbox and managed by the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) in partnership with the Project for Public Spaces to support libraries and their communities in carrying out free, fun events in the public rightof-way to activate spaces. • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funds projects and research related to the health impacts of active transportation and the built environment. • Southwest Airlines’ Heart of the Community Program grants provide financial and technical assistance to local community partners who seek to bring new life to public spaces and transform them into vibrant places that connect people and strengthen communities. • The Surdna Foundation’s Sustainable Transportation Networks and Equitable Development Patterns Grant supports efforts to boost sustainable transportation networks.

State funds are available to support the creation of affordable housing near transit. The Kahului-Wailuku Transit Corridor study will bring together public and private stakeholders to create a plan for healthy, walkable communities in Central Maui. Transit corridor planning can be done for other parts of Maui as well, particularly in Lahaina and Kihei.

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$10,500 $53,208

0.50%

$3,966 $20,779 $54

$10,819 $60,818

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$25,200

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FHWA

2026

$52

0.50%

Escalation Rate

$20,266

0.50%

Funding Source

$3,779

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FTA State Highway - Capital Projects Fund Additional EV & Alt Fuel Vehicle Surcharge Additional Rental Car Surcharge (Capacity Projects Only) Subtotal (x1,000)

$18,610

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Escalation Rate

FHWA

Funding Source

$10,873 $60,976

$54

$20,883

$3,966

$25,200

2027

$10,553 $61,748

$52

$20,368

$3,893

$26,882

2021

$10,928 $61,135

$54

$20,987

$3,966

$25,200

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$10,605 $62,612

$53

$20,470

$4,008

$27,476

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$55

$21,092

$3,966

$25,200

2029

$10,658 $60,348

$53

$20,470

$3,966

$25,200

2023

$11,037 $61,456

$55

$21,197

$3,966

$25,200

2030

$10,712 $60,504

$53

$20,572

$3,966

$25,200

2024

$11,092 $61,617

$55

$21,303

$3,966

$25,200

2031

$10,765 $60,660

$54

$20,675

$3,966

$25,200

2025

$63,793 $359,079

$317

$122,821

$23,579

$148,568

Near-Term Sub-Total

$65,732 $367,297

$327

$126,241

$23,798

$151,200

Medium-Term Subtotal

With federal and state funds combined, there is an estimated $1.3 billion available to fund projects and programs by 2040.

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$1,288,332

$11,148

0.50% $61,780

$55

0.50%

$21,410

0.50%

Additional EV & Alt Fuel Vehicle Surcharge Additional Rental Car Surcharge (Capacity Projects Only)

$3,966

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FTA State Highway - Capital Projects Fund

$25,200

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2032

FHWA

Escalation Rate

$61,943

$11,204

$56

$21,517

$3,966

$25,200

2033

$62,107

$11,260

$56

$21,625

$3,966

$25,200

2034

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$62,271

$11,316

$56

$21,733

$3,966

$25,200

2035

Federal and State Funding Sources

Funding Source

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$62,437

$11,373

$57

$21,841

$3,966

$25,200

2036

$62,603

$11,430

$57

$21,950

$3,966

$25,200

2037

$62,770

$11,487

$57

$22,060

$3,966

$25,200

2038

$62,938

$11,544

$57

$22,171

$3,966

$25,200

2039

$63,107

$11,602

$58

$22,281

$3,966

$25,200

2040

$561,956

$102,363

$509

$196,588

$35,696

$226,800

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Community Engagement Activities

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HELE MAI MAUI: LONG-RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN Community Engagement Activities Hele Mai Maui was shaped by extensive input from Maui residents, beginning in June 2018 and continuing through December 2019. Activities included presentations and briefings at standing meetings, engagement with a Community Think Tank, in-person events around the island, and online surveys, videos, and comment forums. A project website, along with notices via social and print media, provided additional opportunities for people to engage with the project team and in the development of the plan. Feedback from the events and activities listed below has been incorporated into the long-range plan, and summaries of the input received are available in the Final Plan, the Factbook, in meeting notes, and upon request.

Maui MPO Policy Board Meetings Chapter 2.35 of the Maui County Code establishes the Maui MPO Policy Board and its members. Maui MPO Policy Board members are: State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) Director, County of Maui Department of Planning Director, County of Maui Department of Transportation (MDOT) Director, County Department of Public Works (DPW) Director, and three Maui County Council members. The Policy Board approves key Maui MPO plans and programs. All Policy Board meetings include an opportunity for public comment. 

September 14, 2018 – Project overview, results of initial outreach, and preliminary Factbook findings

October 25, 2018 – Draft Factbook and preliminary project goals

November 21, 2018 – Draft project evaluation framework

March 1, 2019 – Final project evaluation framework and approach to identifying projects

March 29, 2019 – Results of public engagement and draft project list

May 24, 2019 – Initial project scoring and scenario development

June 28, 2019 – Results of initial scenario evaluation and draft programs

August 2, 2019 – Preliminary recommended scenario and approach to cost estimating

August 30, 2019 – Draft cost estimates and revenue projections

September 27, 2019 – Review of updated costs, revenues, and draft plan

December 12, 2019 – Review of final revised plan

Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee Meetings The Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) provides input and technical advice to the Maui MPO Policy Board and Executive Director. The TAC includes staff representatives from State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT), County of Maui Department of Planning, County of Maui Department of Public Works (DPW), County of Maui Department of Transportation (MDOT), County of Maui Department of Parks and Recreation, and County of Maui Department of Housing and Human

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Concerns. The TAC typically meets two weeks prior to the Policy Board, and may recommend actions to the Board. All TAC meetings include an opportunity for public comment. 

June 14, 2018 – Project overview and workplan, desired outcomes, and resources to review

July 12, 2018 – Plans for public engagement and outreach activities

October 11, 2018 – Results of initial outreach and draft Factbook

November 8, 2018 – Draft Hele Mai Maui goals and project evaluation framework

February 14, 2019 – Draft project list, final evaluation framework, and public outreach activities

March 14, 2019 – Results of public engagement and draft project list

May 9, 2019 – Approach to capacity projects, initial project scoring, and scenario approach

June 13, 2019 – Results of initial scenario evaluation and list of non-capital programs

August 8, 2019 – Preliminary recommended scenario, draft cost estimates and revenue projections, and preliminary funding sources

September 16, 2019 – Review of updated costs, revenues, performance measures, near-term actions, and draft plan

November 21, 2019 – Review of final revised plan and referral to MPO Policy Board

Community Think Tank Meetings The Community Think Tank was an 18-member committee comprised of residents of all ages from across the island. Think Tank members included students, teachers, advocates, and people with diverse perspectives on transportation. The Think Tank met six times to identify key issues and opportunities, prioritize projects, and serve as a sounding board for the project team. 

Meeting 1: June 14, 2018 – Group formation and desired outcomes

Meeting 2: September 13, 2018 – Highlights of summer outreach and Factbook findings

Meeting 3: December 5, 2018 – Factbook feedback, project goals, and evaluation framework

Meeting 4: February 26, 2019 – Project ideas and funding priorities

Meeting 5: May 21, 2019 – Project evaluation results and program priorities

Meeting 6: August 28, 2019 – Recommended projects and programs, costs and funding, and draft plan outreach

June 2018 Focus Group Discussions At the beginning of Hele Mai Maui, the project team held small group discussions focused on specific topics to better understand potential areas of focus for the long-range plan. The dates and focus group topics are listed below. 

June 12, 2018 – Bicycles and Pedestrians

June 12, 2018 – Business and Economy

June 12, 2018 – Resilience and Environment

June 13, 2018 – Transit and Service Providers

June 14, 2018 – Culture and History

June 14, 2018 – Land Owners and Developers

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General Public Engagement Meeting people where they are is one of the best ways to reach a broad audience. The project team “popped up” at community destinations to share information and gather feedback and held an Open House to hear project ideas. This in-person outreach was complemented by online engagement, including surveys that invited people to share their mobility values, describe improvements needed to make traveling on Maui better, and map ideas for specific walking, biking, bus, and driving projects on the island. 

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Other Community Briefings The MPO Executive Director and project team members participated in community association meetings and other briefings during the course of the project. A listing of the dates and locations of these meetings is provided below. The information shared with the group corresponded to the point in the planning process at which the briefing or meeting took place. Other informal, one-on-one and small group meetings were held throughout the development of Hele Mai Maui and helped to shape the final plan.

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June 4, 2018 – Waikapū Community Association, Waikapū

June 6, 2018 – Maui Wheelers Advocacy Group, Kahului

June 13, 2018 – South Maui Walking Tour, Kīhei

July 3, 2018 – Blue Zones Program Bingo Night, Kahului

September 15, 2018 – Maui Bicycling League and Vision Zero Event, Kīhei

September 19, 2018 – Na Ala Hele Trails Maui Council, Wailuku

September 24, 2018 – Alliance of Community Associations, Pā‘ia

October 19, 2018 – Seabury Hall, Makawao

November 14, 2018 – Kula Community Association, Kula

November 28, 2018 – Ha‘ikū Community Association, Ha‘ikū

February 12, 2019 – West Maui Taxpayers Association Board, Lāhaina

March 12, 2019 – Mayor’s Tourism Working Group, Kahului

March 19, 2019 – Kīhei Community Association, Kīhei

March 30, 2019 – Maui Police Department ‘Ohana Day, Wailuku

April 4, 2019 – Ka Ipu Kukui Fellowship Program, Wailuku

April 11, 2019 – Maui County Commission on Persons with Disabilities, Wailuku

April 17, 2019 – Pukalani Community Association, Pukalani

May 1, 2019 – Mayor’s TV Show on Akakū, Kahului

May 22, 2019 – Maui High Schools Drivers Education Class, Kahului

May 29, 2019 – Hāna Community Meeting, Hāna

June 19, 2019 – Healthy Eating Active Living Coalition, Wailuku

June 26, 2019 – Aloha Independent Living Vision Impairment Support Group, Kahului

August 22, 2019 – West Maui Community Plan Advisory Committee, Lāhaina

September 27, 2019 – Ka Ipu Kukui Fellowship Program, Kahului

October 10, 2019 – Hāna Community Meeting

October 11, 2019 – Kīhei Community Association Board

October 17, 2019 – West Maui Community Plan Advisory Committee

November 6, 2019 – Ha‘ikū Community Association

November 6, 2019 – Healthy Eating Active Living Coalition, Wailuku

November 13, 2019 – Kula Community Association

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Comment provided to State Department of Transportation. On page 24, "Future-proofing our investments" discusses the implications of autonomous vehicles for transportation system design, and how the priority Hele Mai Maui projects help prepare for future conditions and technology.

Comment provided to State Department of Transportation. Improvements to Kihei High School intersection at Pi'ilani Highway and Kulanihakoi Street is included as a near-term priority in the cost-constrained project list.

A tunnel to West Maui was suggested by a member of the public in the intial project list for Hele Mai Maui, but the project scored poorly in the criteria of environmental and cultural preservation, and was not included in the cost-constrained final project list.

Comment provided to County Energy Commissioner. Page 61 includes "Green Fleet Program" to expand the use of electric vehicles and alternative fuels, especially for County fleets and buses, and to support electric vehicle charging infrastructure on Maui. Text added to Electric Vehicles call-out box on Page 13 to call out buses as well as vehicles more broadly.

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To get visitors to change their behavior, something really high profile is needed. Comments provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee Possibilities: - a tunnel from the airport to the west side that takes 10 minutes instead and Policy Board. of 45+ - a ban on driving rental cars to Hana (must take a van/bus) - (stretching) a gondola from Kihei to Kula/Ulupalakua that would take drivers off of Kula Highway.

How about Safe Routes to School? Thinking particularly about Kihei high school, which needs pedestrian and bicycle access both crossing and paralleling the highway. A roundabout appears to be the best way to handle the former, while separate bike and pedestrian paths handle the latter. The current bottlenecks over access to Kihei Charter HS at Lipoa will be much worse if the public high school access isn't handled properly. Autonomous vehicles are much more likely to observe speed limits, in part because that can be made part of the software, as Tesla has done and in part because drivers will be in much less of a hurry if they can get online while the car drives. As is obvious, road design should have a long time horizon and not be overly stuck on solving the problems of the moment.

Realignment is the minimal adaptation. It would be much better to tunnel under the WMM. That would have a host of benefits, not least by reducing pressure on the vulnerable coastal road and by reducing travel time to the hospital and the airport. New technology is radically reducing tunneling costs (~90%), bringing once unimaginable projects within reach. A long, straightline tunnel could reach directly from Ka'anapali to the above two critical destinations, while a shorter tunnel from Olowalu to Kuihelani highway would obsolete the Ukumehame relocation and eliminate the pali bottleneck, at still lower cost.

I would love to see electric vehicles as part of the plan. That involves steadily increasing numbers of public charging stations. Another element is to set a deadline for the conversion of the commercial (rentals, delivery, taxi, construction) and governmental (auto, truck, bus) fleets to electrics. At the every least set a date for when no more carbon vehicles can enter those fleets. That will support the charging station build, encourage uptake in the personal fleet as electrics get turned over) and begin educating local drivers in the great experience of driving one. It also makes Maui a model for other places and gives our million of visitors a taste of the future.

The coming switch is not only to electrics but to autonomous vehicles. That will impact the entire transportation system, affecting everything from parking needs (much less) to mass transit costs (much lower without driver costs).

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No all the projects are essential - WHAT I do think is that we should prioritize pedestrian safety over new or improved roads. For major projects, include discussion of potential environmental, cultural and equity impacts. Consider equity implications with narrative text in project spotlight sections and call out boxes. For example, acknowledge potential of TOD to cause gentrification, not just improved access and equity.

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Project lists retained within body of plan, with the understanding that Hele Mai Maui must be amended if a TIP project comes up that is not in the plan. Projects listed as near and mid-term priorities in the body of the plan are fiscally constrained. The full project list in Appendix C is not. Safety performance measure should include number and rate of fatalities and serious Added "rate" to first metric under Goal 1. injuries.

Consider implications of including project list in main document for future updates to faciliate ease of maintaining consistency between TIP and Hele Mai Maui Transportation Plan. Make sure fiscally constrained project list is clear.

Ensure compliance with 23CFR450.324.g: The MPO shall consult, as appropriate, with Maui MPO Executive Director contacted State agencies and State and local agencies responsible for land use management, natural resources, landowners for meetings to review Hele Mai Maui, and environmental protection, conservation, and historic preservation concerning the compared plan with conservation maps and resource maps. development of the transportation plan. The consultation shall involve, as appropriate: (1) Comparison of transportation plans with State conservation plans or maps, if available; or (2) Comparison of transportation plans to inventories of natural or historic resources, if available."

Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board. Discussion of potential project impacts added throughout plan, including on Page 17 (second bullet), Page 25 (new paragraph), and Page 55 (new final sentence).

Comment provided to State Department of Transportation.

1. The area along High Street (both side of the street) between Maloko Street and before Keanu Street. The area is narrow with cars zooming by and there is no sidewalk. Kids walk along there, by themselves to attend Iao and Wailuku El and it's very dangerous. There are beautiful, mature trees that line the road which I do not want to see removed. Perhaps having a simple paved path behind the trees (which creates a buffer between the road and peds/cyclists) would be ideal. 2. Synchronizing the traffic lights would be awesome and adjusting the length of green lights or skipping green lights when there are no, few, or many cars waiting would be awesome and should be a priority.

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Please limit how many visitors can come at one time. Show on all incoming flights a short movie showing how to be low impact on environment, i.e. no spray suntan lotion, no smoking, clean up your own mess, etc. More bike paths & wider shoulders. Add Makawao back to Kula Islander route. More trees along walkways. Bus route between Paia & Makawao. Restore the Kula bus to once every 1-1/2 hours, also connect it to Makawao. Protect the shade trees and plant more trees. Need wheel stops for County parking stalls on Kaohu Street because over hang on to sidewalk & difficulty for people with disabilities. Need to improve walkways, crosswalks, sidewalks for wheelchair and strollers. Maui Feather Lei - Aunty Pattie Hanna (ph. 280-1517) asked if a presentation could be done to her Kupuna Group. I like that you care about ordinary citizens opinions. Thank you.

Continue sidewalks on Makawao Ave west from Eddie Tam to at least Leia Dr. Two sides of street ideal, at least one side of street for safety. Many kids walk here back and forth to school.

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Comment provided to County Department of Public Works. Page 47-48 describe Makawao Avenue Safety Improvements that include sidewalks on both sides of the street.

Sidewalks are missing from High Street, there is not a safe way to walk toward Kuikahi Comments provided to County Department of Public Works, Drive from Wailuku Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board for consideration. No complete street connection to Veteran's Highway bike path. Comments provided to County Department of Public Works, Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board for consideration. Improvements to North Kihei Road should be done outside the projected sea level rise County Department of Public Works is initiating a study to by realigning roadway, existing paving could be left as multimodal bike / pedestrian address sea level rise impacts. Comments provided to County Department of Public Works, Maui MPO Technical Advisory path Committee and Policy Board for consideration. Does the Paia Relief Route encourage additional driving / induce traffic demand in Comments provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee conflict with the plan to encourage multi-modal transit? Would $120M be better and Policy Board for consideration. spent investing in infrastructure in existing urban areas rather than encouraging commuting longer distances by car? None of the trails in the Haleakala National Park can be traveled by bicycle. Skyline Trail is accessible by bicycle. Future iterations of the Maui Bicycle Facilities should be titled "Bicycle Facilities and Recreational Trails". Two lanes in each direction on the Pali - Maui Ocean Center to Launiupoko Comment provided to State Department of Transportation.

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Tour companies should contribute to Hana Hwy work. Increase Gas Tax per mile for funding.

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The slurry paving "does not work". Please do a better job. Also need a sidewalk 2 mile Comments provided to County Department of Public Works. radius from the school. Hana side has some, but the other direction, none. Bike/walk lane in conjunction with Hana Biological. Already making one but near bridges etc, people have to use the bridge. This is Hana area specific. We need to have safe walking areas on "uproad" (State) Page 38 includes "Hana Highway Safety Improvements" in the and "down road". Before all the traffic and road paving/widening reaching to rock project list. walls and wire fences ~ no place to walk safely. The Hana Highway from Haiku towards Kaupo needs to have more patrol officers. Comments provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee Particularly the famous "road to Hana" needs regulation. Tourists run rampant and and Policy Board for consideration. without care for our natural resources. There needs to be some regulation and protocol for the road. How many cars until it is considered dangerous? How many cars, vans, buses until we implode? Instead of focusing on controlling visitor traffic and fines to them for not abiding Page 38 includes "Hana Highway Safety Improvements" in the how about improving the highway with better, larger shoulders and signs stating "pull- project list. off area ahead". The section of Hana Highway in Hana near Keawa Place is highly dangerous and high Comments provided to State Department of Transportation, risk for pedestrians. Should be a community intervention priority. Dr. Chad Meyer 264- Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board for consideration. 4107 Kihei High School intersection needs a grade-separated pedestrian crossing. An Comments provided to State Department of Transportation and underpass at Kulanihakoi Gulch would work. County Department of Public Works. Have you folks considered a text message blast in the event of a fire or prolonged People can sign up for emergency alerts related to fires and road road closure. Signed Aviella Aloha Stylist to the Stars closures at: https://www.mauicounty.gov/AlertCenter.aspx

Off road bike/ped path on mauka edge of Piilani ROW as defined in our Open Space Masterplan Charge tour buses and vans for use of road, bathrooms, etc. They don't buy anything out in Hana. They use the facilities and drive through town. Some stop. Not everyone spends money. Is there a way to hold accountable the books and tapes that are promoting (and making $ off of promoting) illegal activities? For example, if a "Road to Hana" tape/book is telling people how to get to Kailalulu they are encouraging people to trespass. Can we sue them? Can we pass a law to prohibit promotion of illegal activities including trespassing on private property?

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Cars are raicing to Wailea. MORE roundabouts needed down by Kamali'i school and South in Wailea. The developers should NOT be allowed to put new lights on Piillani Hiway in Wailea thru Maui Meadows., They should all be roundabouts.

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Comment provided to County Department of Transportation, Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board for consideration. Get a bus to Keokea The County may pilot microtransit Upcountry. Comment provided to MDOT, Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board for consideration. Property tax on non-resident owners Comments provided to Council Economic Development and Budget Committee, Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board for consideration. Education on how to merge and use blinkers when using the right turn lane, crosswalk Page 59 describes "Vision Zero Initiative" that includes education and stopping as a safety strategy.

There should be a free shuttle along South Kihei Road to help alleviate traffic congestion.

A (illegible) nominal charge for tourist could help support your projects. Tourists all having significant impact on your infrastructure and they aren't paying for it. It isn't going to get better with more tourists coming! Managed retreat for parts of South Kihei Road and North Kihei Road which will be under water in 30 years Secondary road to South Maui mauka of Piilani Highway Kihei North-South Collector Road is a critical priority for the safety and connectivity of Kihei's transportation network.

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Zero cars for visitors, and I'm a visitor! Zion National Park does this in the most popular part. Halfprice tickets, when you buy a halfprice pass (valid for a year)

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Light rail from Airport to Ma'alaea then a split light rail that spans from west coast to Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee east coast to help eliminate tourist traffic. Stops at main tourist stops. and Policy Board.

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Cut salaries for all elected officials. Stop paying for rail in Honolulu, Stop taxing normal Comments provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee people. and Policy Board. Use underground parking garages to prevent the destruction of more land. Comments provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board. Keep trying for additional rental car surcharge. Also push to increase fuel and weight Comments provided to Maui legislators, Maui MPO Technical taxes. The public needs better education about what the GET surcharge means. There Advisory Committee and Policy Board. is not enough volume to make toll roads worthwhile. Traffic impact fees are a barrier to affordable housing. Increase property taxes on non-resident owners 4x, and add an exemption for long-term rentals. Pi`ilani Highway, Kihei Charter School crossing at Lipoa St.

Limit rental cars on island. Increase public transportation and pedestrian access/trails. Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board. Keawe and Honoapiilani hwy leading to Lahaina bypass needs turnabouts to make retailer access safe Maybe I'm reading it wrong, but I think there should be linking Pukalani/ Makawao Comment provided to County Department of Transportation. area with lower Haiku / Paia...and they should have reverse direction routes to allow travel in either direction. The entire island needs sidewalks and bike paths - we need to refocus on walkability - Comment provided to County Department of Transportation and Kenolio Road or ohukai Road which is a busy throughfare is lacking in sidewalks. Also County Department of Public Works. roads like Keala Road in Kihei no sidewalks or some but kids and people have to walk in the street. Also the crossing situation at Lipoa and Piilani is dangerous - how many kids use that intersection we need to create pedestrian friendly options. What exactly is the plan for Kulanihakoi and Piilani at the location of the new high school? I understand that most projects are somewhat to very important, and without seeing Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee the data that was used to create this map, I don't have a fully accurate assessment at and Policy Board. Full project scores are available in Appendix C. this time.

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E (Shared Mobility Pilot Program) is Europe's successful answer and people are not fat Comments provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board. If tourists can take the bus to Hana it could alleviate traffic. Very interested in S58 Page 63 describes "Visitor Management" program opportunities. Hana Highway Improvements Would like bus pass $30/month senior price Comment provided to County Department of Transortation.

Tolling was among the additional revenue sources considered in Hele Mai Maui. Initial analysis shows that traffic volumes on Maui would not justify the cost of installing and maintining a tolling mechanism, but more research could be done.

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Please consider the positive impact of adding more busses, connecting the lines, and upgrading the payment plans and options vs. keeping us dependent and reliant on cars. Personally, I choose not to drive because of the carbon footprint of owning a vehicle. The bus stops are already in place, so with some planning it can't be that difficult to increase mobility. The new parking garage at the airport was a big mistake in my opinion, and only adds to the traffic congestion and pollution of our island. Ultimately a more efficient and usable system will help keep more individual cars off the roads in the future. I do appreciate the opportunity and space to share my thoughts.

Another issue is that I am unable to use a card or any kind of digital payment to get a ticket, either on the bus, or at QKC. This, along with being required to have exact change in cash, limits my ability to get to and from school sometimes. Every other city I have lived in with adequate public transportation allows for one free transfer for each ride purchased, trains and busses run every 15-30 minutes, and there are daily, weekly, and monthly pass options that can be purchased at a kiosk with a reusable card. The $4 daily pass sometimes goes wasted for me because I only end up taking two rides, again because of the time schedules.

The biggest issues for me as a student and resident are all around the bus system. Comment provided to County Department of Transportation and There are not enough busses that run in a timely manner. It takes me 2.5 hours total Maui legislators. to travel what should be the 7 miles between Makawao and Paia, but it is via Kahului. There are zero bus connections between Haiku and Makawao, and it makes it much more difficult to get around upcountry, so working in Haiku is not even an option for me. I don't even try to go to Lahaina or Kihei because of the time schedule issues and delays as well. The sometimes hour and a half wait times between bus lines means that I am often much more restricted schedule wise, to the point where I had to pass up a full time job with benefits because it was in Paia and I live in Makawao. The end of the shift was 9pm, after the last bus leaves from Paia, which is before 8pm, so I had no reliable way to get home. Also, I discovered that am unable to get a student pass because of the 24 and under age restriction. I am 35, and as a student with more limited job schedule options anyway, compounded by the bus route schedule issues, even $45/month for the pass is an expense that requires a choice between food for a week, or transportation to work and school.

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Please consider adding adequate walking sidewalks or bike lanes, or shoulders, and crosswalks with buttons within each area of road improvement.

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Comment Something must be done at high schools and connecting Mauka to Makai - pedestrian Comment provided to State Department of Transportation. bridges, under road tunnels, a greenway along highway similar to Mokulele . Perhaps roundabouts to slow traffic but keep it moving efficiently.

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Charge fee for additional cars/household. i.e. 1 car per household than + $ for additional vehicles Driving/Signage ettiquette from rental car Get Oprah to build upcountry to Kihei road Increase or take a portion of tickets to fund projects

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Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board. I think all projects should be "green streets" based technology. Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board. Get county and state office to maintain what we have by making fire breaks , clearing Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee trees tangled in power line and have abandoned fields cleared of dying trees and and Policy Board. kindling. Car 2 Go concept Car sharing is one of the "Emerging shared mobility" solutions explored on page 64. Consider a fee charged for all tourists as a part of all airfares to Maui. Something like Comment provided to Maui legislators for consideration. the "Airport Enhancement Fees" like for several Canadian airports. THANK YOU FOR HAVING US!! Comment provided to State Department of Transportation and Manage the road to Hana by reservation like Haleakala Sunrise State Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of State Parks. Electric charging stations-more. Electric car battery swap-out stations so no waiting Comment provided to County Energy Commissioner. to charge. Idea by Albert Perez of Maui Tomorrow Foundation. Good Luck!

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Circulator bus routes within town areas such as Kihei. this would greatly reduce in town congestion. Transportation stop for fires, accidents and high tide. We need a new road North past Honolua to Wailuku. Can read you map! A pali bypass.

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Please make the paia bypass bicycle friendly with a decent shoulder on both sides. That will help get the bikes out of paia traffic. Thanks! We changed the scope for Microtransit and we are now going to first focus and hopefully implement a pilot project in Upcountry.

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These projects should be given priority. More and more emergencies happening on West side and these bike paths help not only to improve quality of life but also as a way to get from A to B. During Kahana fire many were on bikes to get from A to B. G1West Maui Greenway and Multi-Use Path Phase 1G2West Maui Greenway and Multi-Use Path Phase 2G3West Maui Greenway and Multi-Use Path Phase 3

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There should be better google instructions for how to drive in places where they visit Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and more stringent law enforcement for dirving. Close off Front Street to cars. and Policy Board. Segways + bikes. Close Front Street to auto traffic Comment provided to County Department of Public Works.

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Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board. Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee and Policy Board.

Make sure to leave adequate shoulders for cyclists. Also avoid putting the rumble Comment provided to County Department of Public Works, State strips inside the shoulders. Better to rumble the white line at the shoulder margin. Department of Transportation. There often is too narrow a passage when placing the rumbles on the inside especially with frequent debris, glass, garbage cans, etc in the shoulders.

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Lipoa Street/Piilani Hwy safe crossing permanent solution for Kihei Charter students to safely cross the highway without piling up and needing a cop to ensure traffic is stopped. 1. Create an Eco Sustainable village. 2. Plant fruit trees/vegetables on land & % of profits go to projects. Innovator: Keone 446-4485 Create a wastewater treatment plant to flow into marshland, koa trees & native hawaiian plants & charge a fee to enter. Sell trees too & wood to make items, "Restoration for generating money" Tax Touro type vehicle rentals (like vacation rentals). These vehicles are taking parking spots on public roads. Just pay in person - Donations

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Comment Makawao Avenue needs sidewalks. Thera are a few bus stops & folks have to walk on Comment provided to County Department of Public Works. the grass or street. This is a problem in general but specifically for people with special Makawao Avenue Safety Improvements project on Page 47-48 needs/physical limitations, kids, & strollers. Also, there are 2 schools in the area & includes sidewalks. kids walk on the busy street to & from school.

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Use proper name for North Shore Greenway (not North Maui Greenway). In graphic, correct 30% to 50%. Change date and remove "Draft for Public Review" on plan cover. Project team members' departments need to reflect County of Maui. Change first three words from Hele Maui Maui to Hele Mai Maui. Add text to end of second paragraph to clarify outcomes. Change "Signage" to "Signs" in graphic. Correct typo in "What is it?" description of Emerging Shared Mobility Pilot Programs.

Add legend explaining priority. Address equity in the plan.

Change made. Change made. Date updated to November 2019 and draft text removed. Change made. Change made. Change made. Change made. Changed first sentence to: "Introduces or expands new mobility options ‌ "

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Change made to "Maui County Department of Public Works in item C. Address equity in the plan. Add (TOD) after the first mention of transit-oriented Change made. New sentence added to end of first paragraph in development. Add text to acknowledge the role TOD can play in displacement due to TOD Program call-out box. increased property values. Address equity in the plan. Added call-out to Goal 4 criteria to highlight the focus on equity in this goal. Clarfiy four tiers of scoring. Added sentence to end of first paragraph: "Projects are grouped into four tiers based on overall score." Address equity in the plan. Added sentences to descriptions of Scenario 2 and Scenario 3. Scenario 2: "In terms of equity, this scenario could have the most positive impact for people with limited income or access to a vehicle." Scenario 3: "‌and the modes of transportation they can use." Address equity in the plan. Added new paragraph to describe potential equity outcomes.

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C5- Kihei North South Collector Rd Ph 1a, C6 Kihei N/S Collector Rd Ph 2, C7 Kihei N/S Comment provided to County Department of Public Works. Collector Road Ph 1b, C8 Kihei N/S Collector Road Ph 3, should all be moved up if possible With the understanding that much of this goes beyond you and this one plan, when Comment provided to Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee we evaluate what is planned for S Maui in next 20 years for multimodal and Policy Board. transportation, it goes beyond disappointing. By 2040 we see: Nothing close to a contiguous NSCR. SKR and NKR both greatly impacted by sea level rise and erosion to the point neither is any longer a contiguous transit. No progress toward a mauka Pi'ilani bypass road. Conclusion our district will be reduced to a heavily congested Pi'ilani hwy for all through traffic. We see no added bicycle transits in the next 20 years. For decades the only hope was the greenway along NSCR, but no road means no bike path. Seeing sharrows painted onto roadways is meaningless as most drivers have no clue what they mean and simply ignore them. Most people will not use bicycles so even more motor vehicles.

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Speed tables are frequently installed with no regard to posted speed. There is a standard profile for various speed zones. Motorcyclist would appreciate a narrow unpaved margin on the right.

Pave 1.5 miles from Old Maui High to Baldwin Ave. Rename/renumber Pi'ilani Hwy east of Kihei!!! Pa'ia Relief Road - Do Not Start from Beginning; use PRRAG info. Retrofit buses - renewal energy buses; County vehicles. Maui Bus - Haiku-Pa'ia Makawao Triangle Route (Go to Twin Falls). Flashing Warning Lites at Crosswalks. Do not overtax nor fees visitors and guests; Locals (Hawaii License) get rebates - do not pay! Collect impact fees from future/current/past developers.

Review traffic impact fees that were never collected.

Reflect public input on draft plan related to potential new funding sources.

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Added new sentence: "Safety and preservation, as well as freight, commuter and visitor movement on the National Highway System, are top priorities for HDOT."

Comment provided to County Department of Public Works.

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Added sentence to concluding paragraph to highlight the top priority programs shared by members of the public. Added sentence to first paragraph to highlight the top priority funding options shared by members of the public.

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Funding for this plan was provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation (Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration), State of Hawai‘i, and County of Maui. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this plan are those of the Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Transportation, State of Hawai‘i, or County of Maui.