HI STP SR11(2) NINOLE STREAM BRIDGE

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 Mamalahoa Highway, Route 11, at M.P 56.7, the Ninole Stream Bridge, on the Island of Hawaii. The Ninole Stream Bridge is located on the Mamalahoa Highway (Route 11) at mile post 56.7 and approximately 480 feet south of the Punaluu Road intersection, in the Kau District.

The project would improve the safety and reliability of the timber bridge, through rehabilitation or replacement, addressing bridge width, load capacity, bridge railing and transitions, and bridge approaches.

A Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared pursuant to HRS Chapter 343 (as amended), and Hawaii Administrative Rules Title 11, Chapter 200. The document is available for download and review by clicking on the All Documents link on the left side of this page.

Interested members of the public are invited to submit written comments on the Draft EA
to:
Name: Michael Will, Project Manager, FHWA-CFLHD
Address: 12300 West Dakota Ave., Suite 380
Lakewood, CO 80228
Email Address: Michael.will@dot.gov

http://flh.fhwa.dot.gov/ninole - Supplemental Site

Project Details:

In Development
Island of Hawaii, HI

Mamalahoa Highway, Route 11 is a rural minor arterial on the NHS.  Ninole Bridge is located at MP 56.7 and approximately 480 south of the Punaluu Road/Mamalahoa intersection.  The purpose of the project is to replace the existing deficient timber bridge to meet current design standards for roadway width, load, capacity bridge railing and transitions and bridge approaches.


Update 3/1/17:

Environment: The public comment period for the Draft EA has closed. Preparation of the final EA is in process.

Project Development: On-going design activities are focused towards supporting the environmental, utility, and right of way processes. The 95% design package has been completed and the project team is working to complete the 100% project design package.

Right of Way: Land owner boundary mapping and project right of way needs have been developed and are currently under review. Landowner meetings and appraisals will be initiated for affected landowners once maps have been approved.

Utilities: Coordination is underway with the utility agencies to prepare agreements for temporary and permanent relocations.

Construction: Funding has not been identified for this project. Project funding is dependent on availability with consideration of other statewide priorities.


Update 2/1/17:

There is no new information to share at this time.


Update 1/1/17:

Environment: The public comment period for the Draft EA has closed. Preparation of the final EA is in process.

Project Development: On-going design activities are focused towards supporting the environmental, utility, and right of way processes. The 95% design package has been completed and the project team is working to complete the 100% project design package.

Right of Way: Land owner boundary mapping and project right of way needs have been developed and are currently under review. Landowner meetings and appraisals will be initiated for affected landowners once maps have been approved.

Utilities: Coordination is underway with the utility agencies to prepare agreements for temporary and permanent relocations.

Construction: Funding has not been identified for this project. Project funding is dependent on availability with consideration of other statewide priorities.


Update 12/1/2016:

Environment: The public comment period for the Draft EA has closed. Preparation of the final EA is in process.

Project Development: On-going design activities are focused towards supporting the environmental, utility, and right of way processes. The 95% design package has been completed and the project team is working to complete the 100% project design package.

Right of Way: Land owner boundary mapping and project right of way needs have been developed and are currently under review. Landowner meetings and appraisals will be initiated for affected landowners once maps have been approved.

Utilities: Coordination is underway with the utility agencies to prepare agreements for temporary and permanent relocations.

Construction: Funding has not been identified for this project. Project funding is dependent on availability with consideration of other statewide priorities.


Update 11/1/16: There is no new information to share at this time.
Update 10/1/16: There is no new information to share at this time.
Update 9/1/16:

Environment:
The public comment period for the Draft EA has closed.  Preparation of the final EA is in process.

Project Development: On-going design activities are focused towards supporting the environmental, utility, and right of way processes. The 95% design package has been completed and the project team is working to complete the 100% project design package.

Right of Way: Land owner boundary mapping and project right of way needs have been developed and are currently under review. Landowner meetings and appraisals will be initiated for affected landowners once maps have been approved.

Utilities: Coordination is underway with the utility agencies to prepare  agreements for temporary and permanent relocations.

Construction: Funding has not been identified for this project. Project funding is dependent on availability with consideration of other statewide priorities.
Comments
Construction Amount Between $5,000,000 and $10,000,000

Sections

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Project Details
Project #
Project Name HI STP SR11(2) NINOLE STREAM BRIDGE
Location Island of Hawaii, Hawaii
Status In Development
Awarded to
Award Date
Award Amount

Contact Information

Project Manager

Mike Will
Central Federal Lands Highway Division
Attn: Mike Will
12300 West Dakota Avenue
Lakewood, CO   80228
Phone: 720-963-3647
Fax: 720.963.3596
michael.will@dot.gov