The State Department of Transportation (DOT)
has released a draft version of the Statewide Pedestrian Master Plan
, a planning document aimed at decreasing pedestrian injuries and fatalities statewide. The plan identified the most critical needs of the state's highway system infrastructure, including safety improvements or repairs, and will provide guidance for future projects to address the problems.
Draft Statewide Pedestrian Master Plan
available for public comment on August 23, 2011
OahuMPO CAC presentation of the Statewide Pedestrian Master Plan on September 21, 2011
Presentation of the Statewide Pedestrian Master Plan at the Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials on September 22, 2011
To learn more about the project and why it’s needed, read about the background and work plan.
You can review the project materials
to learn what the project has accomplished. You can find out how to get involved
in upcoming meetings and events. You can also tell us what you think
by sending us your comments and questions (we will respond if you ask us to).