The purpose of this study is to identify the social, environmental, technical, and economic impacts, costs, and benefits of a potential realignment of Farrington Highway (State Route 93) in the vicinity of Mākaha Beach Park near Kili Drive. The study team will also consider other alternatives and will solicit input from the public and other stakeholders. The information and input from this study will be used to develop a consensus on a locally preferred alternative and other recommendations.
OahuMPO will serve as the manager for this study in consultation with the Hawaii Department of Transportation and the City and County of Honolulu Department of Transportation Services. This study is being funded through the OahuMPO Overall Work Program.
NOTICE: In OahuMPO’s FY 2022 Overall Work Program, this study is currently proposed to be cancelled. Comments on this proposal will be accepted through April 16, 2021 via email to OahuMPO@OahuMPO.org or via mail to 707 Richards Street, Suite 200, Honolulu, HI 96813.
This proposal will be discussed at our May Policy Board meeting, tentatively scheduled for May 25, 2021 at 1:00PM via Microsoft Teams. The meeting date and time will be confirmed and posted on the OahuMPO calendar at least a week before the meeting date.
The study is currently on pause due to COVID-19. The next step in the study is to conduct a public scoping meeting. By state law, we are currently unable to gather in large groups, in-person.
Sign up for project updates so we can alert you when work continues on this study.
- Mākaha Beach Park Master Plan Report (1998)
- Waianae Emergency Access Road Environmental Assessment (2002)
- Waianae Sustainable Communities Plan (2012)
Kiana Otsuka, Transportation Planner
Phone: (808) 587-2015