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Kapaa Stream Bridge and Mailihuna Int

Project Overview

The Central Federal Lands Highway Division of the Federal Highway Administration in cooperation with the Hawaii Department of Transportation is developing a project located on the Kuhio Highway, Route 56, near M.P. 10, the Kapaa Stream Bridge and Mailihuna Road intersection, on the Island of Kauai.

A Final Environmental Assessment (EA) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) has been prepared pursuant to HRS Chapter 343 (as amended), and Hawaii Administrative Rules Title 11, Chapter 200. The document published in the April 23, 2017 Office of Environmental Quality Environmental Notice and is available for download by clicking on the documents  at the bottom of this page.


HDOT has partnered with the USDOT Central Federal Lands Highways Division (CFLHD) to deliver bridge and other highway improvement projects throughout the islands.

Other HDOT/CFL MOA Partnership Projects


Project Details:

Under Construction
Island of Kauai, HI

The proposed project is located on the Kuhio Highway (Route 56) near mile post 10. The project would improve the safety and reliability of the Kapaa Stream Bridge, through rehabilitation or replacement, addressing bridge width, load capacity, bridge railing and transitions, and bridge approaches. The project also proposes to improve the highway intersection at Mailihuna Road, which would include roadway widening, lighting, signing, pavement markings, drainage, traffic signal installation, and other improvements.


Update 6/1/20

Traffic was officially rerouted onto new Kapaa Temporary Bypass Road on April 7, 2020. Drilled shaft construction for the bridge foundation along with temporary utility relocation are underway. The foundation work is expected to take several months to complete.

Update 5/1/20

There is no new information to share at this time.

Update 4/1/20

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Update 3/1/20

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Update 2/1/20

This contractor has been working on infrastructure and utility relocations supporting future temporary traffic conditions. Additionally, the foundations for the temporary bypass bridge has been completed.
 
Activity Look Ahead:  
HDCC has begun building their launch pad for the ACROW bridge for their launch from the north abutment. Also, HDCC will continue trenching and placing conduit for the temporary utility conduits.

Update 12/1/19

There is no new information to share at this time.

Update 11/1/19

There is no new information to share at this time.