Welcome to the Getting on Board Maui Bus project website! This page will be updated throughout the project to include information on upcoming events, key study findings, and ways you can provide input.

Get on board and share your voice!

Project Overview

Getting on Board Maui Bus is looking at how Maui Bus serves the community, including how much Maui Bus riders pay to board the bus. To make sure the project meets the needs of Maui travelers, we need input from people like you before making changes.

Share Your Voice

Our survey for this project has closed, but you can still provide project feedback in the "Introduce Yourself" section at the bottom of this page.

We are currently using the feedback from the surveys and from the Virtual Open House to put together project recommendations. Keep an eye out for project updates towards the end of 2020.

Completed a survey? We will be selecting the prize winners at the beginning of November. Check your email to see if you won!

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OCTOBER

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4-5 PM

Virtual Open House

We held a virtual open house on the County of Maui's Facebook Live on October 15, 2020. We shared some initial suggestions and asked attendees about how much Maui Bus riders should pay to board the bus.

Weren't able to make it? A video recording of the virtual open house is available to watch on Facebook Live.

Read the Existing Conditions Report

We completed an Existing Conditions Report and Best Practice Review for Getting on Board Maui Bus. The purpose of this report is to summarize the background conditions in which Maui Bus manages its performance and structures their bus fares. This report is intended to serve as the foundation for developing recommendations in later phases of Getting on Board Maui Bus

Introduce Yourself

Have an idea you'd like to share? Leave a comment below with your name and email.

Ka'ahumanu Community Corridor

 We also want to hear from you to help shape a new vision for the 2.5 miles of Ka‘ahumanu Avenue that connect Kahului and Wailuku. Visit KaahumanuCommunityCorridor.org to learn more, share feedback any time, and sign up for our mailing list to keep in touch about upcoming events!