Hawaii Route 30

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Route 30 marker

Route 30
Honoapi'ilani Highway
Route information
Maintained by HDOT
Length: 35.7 mi[1] (57.5 km)
Major junctions
North end: Route 32 in Wailuku
  Route 380 in Maalaea
Route 310 in Maalaea
East end: CR 340 near Kapalua
Location
Counties: Maui
Highway system

Routes in Hawaii

Route 22 Route 31

Hawaii Route 30, also known as the Honoapi'ilani Highway, is a 35-mile-long (56 km)[1] road on West Maui, Hawaii. It begins in downtown Wailuku, extending south through Waikapu and Maalaea. The Olowalu Tunnel, located at mile 10.4, is 318 feet (97 m) long.[2]

Following terrain of the island, the highway circumvents the West Maui Forest Reserve connecting Olowalu, Launiupuko, Lahaina, Kahana, through the regions of Kapalua and Honolua, and ending in Honokohau Bay. At this point the road continues as the Kahekili Highway, a "notoriously narrow and twisty" county-maintained road covering the northern coastline of West Maui and eventually terminating back in Wailuku.[3] The eastern part of Kahekili Highway is signed as Hawaii Route 340. The two highways together, plus a short stretch of Hawaii Route 32, complete the circular journey around West Maui.

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Maui County.

Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Wailuku 0.0 0.0 Route 32 east (Main Street) – Wailuku, Iao Valley Northern terminus, western terminus of Route 32
Maalaea 4.9 7.9 Route 380 (Kuihelani Highway) – Kahului, Puunene
5.3 8.5 Route 310 east (North Kihei Road) – Kihei, Wailea, Makena Western terminus of Route 310
Makahuna Gulch 10.4 16.7 Olowalu Tunnel
Lahaina 19.5 31.4 Route 3000 north (Lahaina Bypass) Southern terminus of Route 3000, access via Hokiokio Place
21.6 34.8 Route 3000 south (Lahaina Bypass) Northern terminus of Route 3000, access via Keawe Street
Kapalua 35.7 57.5 CR 340 south (Kahekili Highway) Eastern terminus, northern terminus of CR 340
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Related route[edit]


Route 3000 Bypass
Location: Lahaina, Hawaii
Length: 2.7 mi[4] (4.3 km)
Existed: December 2013[5]–present

Hawaii Route 3000 Bypass, also known as the Lahaina Bypass, is a highway that bypasses the town of Lahaina. The Section 2 of the highway opened on December 17, 2013.[5] Hawaii DOT plans call for a much longer bypass to be constructed in the near future, with the possibility of moving the Route 30 designation to the bypass highway.

Phase 1B-2 of Lahaina Bypass, which starts at the southeastern termini of the previous bypass phase (Lahaina Bypass 1B-1) at Hokiokio Road and continues approximately 2.7 miles to the southeast to the proposed southern terminus at the Honoapiilani Highway (State Route 30), is scheduled to be completed by January 2019.

References[edit]

Route map: Google

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b c Google (August 27, 2014). "Hawaii Route 30" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved August 27, 2014. 
  2. ^ Voss, Oscar (2006). "Other Maui". Hawaii Highways: Road Photos. Retrieved September 16, 2015. [self-published source]
  3. ^ Voss, Oscar (2006). "Kahekili Highway". Hawaii Highways: Road Photos. Retrieved September 16, 2015. [self-published source]
  4. ^ Google (August 28, 2014). "Hawaii Route 3000 Bypass" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved August 28, 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "Second Phase of Lahaina Bypass Highway Opens" (Press release). Hawaii Department of Transportation. December 17, 2014. Retrieved August 28, 2014.