Governor Ige is making it easier, quicker, and cheaper to move around Hawaiʻi.
Paving the way for the future. The Ige Administration is upgrading roads for an optimal transportation system that will benefit Hawaiʻi now and for our future.
Building new roads and bridges. Governor Ige partnered with the USDOT Central Federal Lands Highways Division to deliver ten bridges and other highway projects throughout the islands.
Using data to provide better infrastructure. The Administration Ige conducted the Hawaiʻi State Historic Bridge Inventory & Evaluation which assessed and provided recommendations on all 708 state and county bridges.
Reducing our dependence on automobiles. Governor Ige supported and worked with Mayor Kirk Caldwell and city leaders for the development of a multi-model and inter-model transportation network, including bus and a rail transit system.
Reducing traffic and congestion. Governor Ige deployed traffic mitigation initiatives to reduce congestion and is overseeing alternatives on major artery roadways.
Making Hawaiʻi safer for bicyclists. Governor Ige signed a bill that is meant to make bicyclists safer on Hawaiʻi’s roads.