Haleakala National Park Rehab
The Haleakala Highway originates approximately 1.5 miles southeast of Kahului, Hawaii off of State Highway (SH) 36, Hana Highway. The existing roadway within the park is a two-lane highway approximately 22-foot-wide with steep grades (5%-7%) and nine switchbacks. The road was originally constructed between 1933-1935 and has undergone numerous reconstruction phases since then consisting of roadway widening, installation of metal and concrete box culvert extensions, pulverization and overlay of existing bituminous surfaces with hot asphalt concrete pavement and chip seals.
The rehabilitation (3R) work for the Haleakala Highway spans from approximately mile post 11.1 to 14.9 for total of 3.8 miles. Additional pavement preservation work is included as an option which spans from approximately mile post 17.0 to 19.1 for a total of 2.1 miles.
Key Project Dates
Advertise: Winter 2017/2018
Construction: Spring – Fall 2018
|Project #||HI FTNP HALE 10(2) 1(16)|
|Project Name||Haleakala NP Rehab|
|FLMA||National Park Service|
Project Manager: Thomas Parker
Federal Highway Administration
Central Federal Lands Highway Division
12300 West Dakota Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80228