(2019) Central Oahu Transportation Study

The Central Oahu Transportation Study looked at the transportation needs of people who live, work, and play in Central Oahu, both now and in the future. The study evaluates how well the transportation system is working for people who travel to, from, and within Central Oahu, and includes evaluating how future, planned development will affect travel. The study examined transportation system improvements, strategies, and policies that can improve regional transportation mobility and access.

The Central Oahu Transportation Study region included Whitmore Village, Wahiawa, Mililani, Waipio, and Waikele.

Background Information


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Area Resources

Public Participation

The Central Oahu Transportation Study took a multi-pronged approach to public participation.  In addition to leaving a comment at any time on our website and joining us for a community meeting and/or at community events, citizens also participated on the study’s virtual stakeholder panel.  This panel allowed citizens to provide specific feedback about their commuting patterns, taxi/ride-share use, bicycle improvements, pedestrian improvements, and transit improvements. You can watch previous Senior Transportation Planner, Amy Ford-Wagner and Transportation Planner, Kiana Otsuka further discuss the study and stakeholder panel on Kukui Connection.

The survey results, as well as other input submitted to us on this webpage and at community meetings, helped to inform the decision-making process about proposed projects.  Survey results may be viewed below: