The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) Highways Division is conducting a study to determine the long term vision and management for Farrington Highway Corridor between Nanakuli and Makaha. The study will analyze and identify short term (6 months – 2 years) and long term (2 to 20 or more years) multimodal solutions that address safety, traffic congestion, and resilience, including options for secondary access to Westside communities. HDOT has assembled a project team led by SSFM International to work closely with residents and community organizations in coming up with solutions for the area.

There are many opportunities for community members to share their manao. As public meetings are scheduled, supporting documents and project forums where you can leave your ideas and comment on others' ideas will be linked here. Additional information and currently open feedback opportunities can be found at


Project: STIP

Please leave your comments on the Draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) for federal fiscal years 2022 - 2025 in the island forums below. More information on the STIP can be found here

STIP projects on the islands of Oahu and Maui are programmed through the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (Oahu MPO) and Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization (Maui MPO) Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) processes.  Once the Oahu and Maui TIPs are approved, they are added to the STIP without change. For more information and/or to get involved in the development of the new TIP please see the following links.


Maui TIP

HDOT is proposing a multi-modal connection between Whitmore Village and Wahiawa Town as identified in the 1994 Wahiawa Town Master Plan, the proposed 2016 Central Oahu Sustainable Communities Plan, and the 2019 Central Oahu Transportation Plan. To view the presentation from the public kickoff on Feb. 26 please click here.

Comments on this proposed project may be addressed to HDOT via the comment form or a survey found at