List of state highways in Hawaii

The Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation (HDOT) maintains the smallest state-maintained system of state highways in the country. It consists of Interstates, state highways, and secondary state highways, totaling approximately 1,013 miles (1,630 km).[1]

I-H1
I-H201

HI-11
HI-130
HI-2000
Standard Route shields
Highway names
InterstatesInterstate Route H-X or H-X
US Highwaysnot applicable
StateRoute X
System links
Routes in Hawaii

Primary and auxiliary interstates

Number Length (mi)[2] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
H-1 27.149 43.692 Route 93 in Kapolei Route 72 in Honolulu 1959 current
H-2 8.319 13.388 H-1 in Pearl City Route 99 in Wahiawa 1976 current
H-3 15.316 24.649 H-1 / H-201 in Halawa Marine Corps Base Hawaii 1997 current
H-201 4.075 6.558 H-1 in Halawa H-1 in Honolulu 1989 current Was signed as Route 78 until 2004

Primary and secondary routes

The current state (then territorial) highway numbering system was established in 1955. route numbers are organized so that the initial digit corresponds to the island:

  • Numbers beginning with 1 or 2: Hawaii
  • Numbers beginning with 3: Maui
  • Numbers beginning with 4: Molokai, Lanai
  • Numbers beginning with 5: Kauai
  • Numbers beginning with 6 to 9: Oahu

In general, two-digit numbers are primary highways, while secondary state highways are given three or four-digit numbers.

When referring to highways, Hawai'i residents usually refer to state highways by their names instead of their route numbers (e.g. Kamehameha Highway instead of Route 99).

Number Length (mi)[2] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
Route 10 Hookena Route 11 Possibly unbuilt
Route 11 121.970 196.292 Route 19 / Route 190 in Kailua-Kona Route 19 in Hilo 1955 current Part of the Hawaiʻi Belt Road
Route 12 Route 11 in Hilo end of pavement east of Hilo Replaced by Route 120 (now Route 1370 and Route 137)
Route 13 Wahaʻula Heiau Route 11 in Keaau 1955 Replaced by Route 130
Route 15 Route 11 in Pahala Route 11 in Pahala Now Maile Street and Kamahi Street
Route 16 Route 11 in Keokea Route 11 in Captain Cook Became Route 160
Route 18 11.1[3] 17.9 Route 11 in Honalo Route 19 in Palani Junction 1955 Downgraded to Route 180
Route 19 99.490 160.114 Route 11 / Route 190 in Kailua-Kona Port of Hilo 1955 current Part of the Hawaiʻi Belt Road
Route 20 Route 19 south of Waimea Route 19 in Hilo 1955 Replaced by Route 200
Route 21 1.8[4] 2.9 Route 20 in Hilo Route 19 in Hilo 1955 Downgraded to county road; now Wainaku Street
Route 22 3.7[5] 6.0 Akaka Falls State Park Route 19 in Honomu 1955 Replaced by Route 220
Route 24 Waipio Valley Road Route 19 southeast of Honokaa Replaced by Route 240
Route 25 Route 19 in Waimea Route 27 in Hawi Replaced by Route 250 (portions now Route 19)
Route 26 Kawaihaie Route 25 near Waimea Replaced by Route 19 and Route 270
Route 27 west of Hawi Pololū Valley Lookout Replaced by Route 270
Route 27A Route 270 Route 19 only shown in 1985-1986 Gousha road atlases
Route 30 41.615 66.973 Route 32 in Wailuku Route 340 near Kapalua 1955 current
Route 31 7.149 11.505 Wailea Ike Drive in Kihei Route 310 / Route 311 in Kihei 1955 current
Route 32 2.848 4.583 Route 30 / Route 320 in Wailuku Route 32A in Kahului 1955 current
Route 32A 0.393 0.632 Route 36 in Kahului Kahului Harbor
Route 32B 0.168 0.270 Route 32 in Kahului Kahului Harbor Unsigned
Route 33 0.5[6] 0.8 Route 32 in Wailuku Route 330 in Wailuku 1955 Downgraded to an extension of Route 330
Route 34 0.5[7] 0.8 Koa Drive in Wailuku Route 32 in Wailuku 1955 Downgraded to county roads
Route 35 7.6[8] 12.2 Route 31 in Kihei Route 32 in Kahului 1955 Replaced by Route 311 and Route 3500
Route 36 16.214 26.094 Route 32 in Kahului Route 360 / Route 365 near Haiku 1955 current
Route 36A 0.506 0.814 Route 36 in Kahului Airport Road in Kahului
Route 37 21.344 34.350 Route 31 near Kula Route 36 in Kahului 1955 current
Route 38 6.2[9] 10.0 Route 30 in Maalaea Route 36 in Kahului 1955 Replaced by Route 380
Route 39 12.4[10] 20.0 Route 36 in Paia Waihou Spring Forest Reserve 1955 Downgraded to Route 390
Route 40 1.3[11] 2.1 Route 30 in Waikapu Route 38 near Waikapu 1955 Downgraded to Route 305
Route 44 8.8[12] 14.2 Route 442 in Lanai City Kahokunui 1955 Downgraded to county roads; western section became Route 440
Route 45 27.5[13] 44.3 Route 46 in Kaunakakai Halawa 1955 Replaced by Route 450
Route 46 16.6[14] 26.7 Maunaloa Road in Maunaloa Kaunakakai Wharf 1955 Replaced by Route 460
Route 47 5.8[15] 9.3 Route 46 in Kualapuu Palaʻau State Park 1955 Replaced by Route 470
Route 48 5.2[16] 8.4 Anahaki Road in Hoʻolehua Route 47 in Kualapuu 1955 Partially replaced by Route 480; remainder now an unnumbered road
Route 50 32.920 52.980 Pacific Missile Range Facility Route 56 in Lihue 1955 current
Route 51 3.452 5.555 Route 58 in Lihue Route 56 in Lihue 1955 current
Route 52
Route 53
Route 54
Route 55 20.7[17][18] 33.3 Route 50 in Kekaha Route 56 in Wainiha 1955 Replaced by Route 550 and county roads
Route 56 28.120 45.255 Route 50 in Lihue Route 560 in Princeville 1955 current
Route 57 1.1[19] 1.8 Route 56 in Lihue Lihue Airport 1955 Replaced by Route 570
Route 58 2.047 3.294 Route 50 in Lihue Route 51 near Nawiliwili Harbor Originally designated as Route 501
Route 58 Replaced by Route 580
Route 61 10.586 17.037 Hamakua Drive in Kailua Route 98 in Honolulu
Route 62 Route 92 in Honolulu Route 90
Route 63 8.299 13.356 Route 92 in Honolulu Route 83 / Route 830 in Kaneohe
Route 64 2.605 4.192 Route 92 in Honolulu Entrance to Sand Island State Recreation Area
Route 65 4.148 6.676 Mokapu Boulevard/Kaneohe Bay Drive/North Kalaheo Avenue Route 83 / Route 830 in Kaneohe Much of the route was formerly Route 63 (later Route 630)
Route 66 Became Route 7310
Route 67 Former Route 670
Route 68
Route 69
Route 71 Now site of Aloha Stadium
Route 72 18.430 29.660 Route 61 in Maunawili H-1 in East Honolulu
Route 73 Downgraded to county road; former Route 730
Route 75 replaced by Route 750 and part of Route 76
Route 76 6.617 10.649 H-1 at Waipahu Ewa Beach Park at ʻEwa Beach
Route 78 0.739 1.189 Former portion of Route 72; most of the route signed over H-201 until 2004
Route 80 1.890 3.042 H-1 / Route 99 in Wahiawa Route 99 in Wahiawa Part of the Kamehameha Highway
Route 82 Became a portion of Route 99
Route 83 43.904 70.657 Route 83 / Route 930 in Haleiwa Route 61 in Maunawili Part of the Kamehameha Highway
Route 90 Became Route 93, Route 7101 and Route 7110
Route 92 9.279 14.933 JB Pearl Harbor–Hickam Kalakaua Avenue in Honolulu
Route 93 19.524 31.421 Kamokila Boulevard in Kapolei Kaena Point State Park
Route 95 proposed but never built
Route 95 2.7 4.3 Barbers Point Harbor H-1
Route 97 replaced by Route 7413
Route 98 1.758 2.829 H-1 in Honolulu Interstate H-1 in Honolulu Former portion of Route 72
Route 99 23.842 38.370 H-1 in Honolulu Route 83 / Route 930 in Haleiwa Former portions of Route 82, Route 90 and Route 741; part of the Kamehameha Highway
Route 120 Route 11 in Hilo end of pavement east of Hilo Former Route 12; was proposed to continue east and southwest via Puainako Street
Route 121 1.658 2.668
Route 122 1.269 2.042
Route 123 Route 200 Komohana Street replaced by Route 2000
Route 130 21.639 34.825 Route 11 in Keaau near Kaimū Much of route former Route 13; originally traveled further southwest to Chain of Craters Road, but this section closed due to lava flows
Route 132 7.740 12.456 Route 130 Route 137
Route 134 1.493 2.403
Route 135 4.545 7.314
Route 137 14.823 23.855 Route 132 near Kapoho Pahoa Kalapana Road Originally traveled further southwest to Route 130, but this section closed due to lava flows; originally proposed to go northwest to Hilo, but this was not built
Route 138 5.925 9.535
Route 139 1.185 1.907 Route 11 Route 130 Former portion of Route 13 (and later Route 130)
Route 144 Route 11 in Mountain View Route 11 at Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park Designated when Route 22 was proposed to bypass this section; the bypass was never built, and was cancelled by 1963, so this road became part of Route 11 again
Route 145 0.468 0.753
Route 150 Route 11 in Pahala Route 11 in Pahala Federal-aid designation for Route 15; never signed; now Maile Street and Kamahi Street
Route 151 Route 15 in Pahala Wood Valley now Pikake Street and Wood Valley Drive
Route 155 3.972 6.392
Route 160 3.819 6.146 Puuhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park access road / Route 160 Route 11 in Keokea Former Route 16
Route 161 4.396 7.075
Route 163 0.131 0.211
Route 164 0.260 0.418
Route 180 9.147 14.721
Route 182 0.494 0.795
Route 184 0.326 0.525
Route 185 1.758 2.829
Route 186 7.060 11.362
Route 187 0.550 0.885
Route 188 1.293 2.081
Route 189 0.253 0.407
Route 190 38.970 62.716 Route 19 in Kailua-Kona Route 19 in Waimea Former Route 16; part of the Hawaiʻi Belt Road
Route 191 11.933 19.204
Route 192 3.570 5.745
Route 196 1.670 2.688
Route 197 1.172 1.886 Route 19 north of Kailua-Kona Keanalehu Drive Unsigned
Route 198 3.630 5.842
Route 200 43.224 69.562 Route 190 south of Waimea Route 19 in Hilo proposed to extended west to Route 19
Route 201 Route 190 south of Waimea Route 200 south of Waimea became part of Route 200; this section was bypassed in 2013
Route 201 0.4 0.6 Hanapepe Bay Route 50 at Port Allen/Eleele
Route 211 Route 19 near Hilo Honolii Cove now Honolii Place; was proposed to continue south 0.3 miles from its terminus, but that was never built
Route 220 3.762 6.054 Parking lot in Akaka Falls State Park Route 19 Former Route 22
Route 222 0.802 1.291
Route 226 Kauniho Homesteads Route 19 (now Old Mamalahoa Highway) near Hakalau now Lepoloa Road
Route 227 0.661 1.064
Route 228 0.408 0.657
Route 232 Route 19 Ōʻōkala Former alignment of Route 19; road continues east back to Route 19
Route 240 9.593 15.438 Waipio Valley Road Route 19 southeast of Honokaa Former Route 24
Route 250 19.276 31.022 Route 19 near Waimea Route 270 in Hawi Former Route 25; original route to Waimea now part of Route 19
Route 269 Kawaihae Harbor Route 26 now Kawaihae Harbor Road
Route 270 27.003 43.457 Route 19 near Kawaihae Pololū Valley Lookout Former Route 26 and possibly Route 27; initially planned as an extension of Route 11
Route 271 Upolu Airport Route 270 near Hawi Now Upolu Point Road
Route 272 2.320 3.734
Route 300
Route 303 0.800 1.287
Route 310 became part of Route 36, now Route 360
Route 310 3.590 5.778
Route 311 became part of Route 32; this section is now part of Route 320
Route 311 6.405 10.308 Route 31 / Route 310 in Kihei Route 380 / Route 3500 in Kahului
Route 340 13.819 22.240 Route 330 / Route 3400 in Wailuku Route 340 at Camp Maluhia Former Route 33 or Route 34
Route 341 Former Route 34, became Route 3400
Route 350
Route 360 34.828 56.050
Route 361
Route 365 8.561 13.778
Route 366 5.528 8.896
Route 367 2.022 3.254
Route 371 2.598 4.181
Route 374 Route 31 in Kihei Route 37 / Route 371 west of Pukalani proposed
Route 377 9.137 14.705 Route 37 Route 37
Route 378 10.099 16.253 Route 377 Haleakala National Park boundary
Route 380 6.171 9.931 Route 30 north of Maalaea Harbor Route 36A / Route 37 in Kahului Former Route 38
Route 390 6.940 11.169
Route 396
Route 430 0.912 1.468
Route 435 0.984 1.584
Route 440 13.168 21.192 Kaumalapau Harbor Hulopoe Beach Park Former Route 44 and former portion of Route 441
Route 441 0.471 0.758 Lanai Airport Route 440 Former Route 443, possibly unsigned; portion of route became Route 440
Route 442 0.203 0.327 Route 440 in Lanai City west of Fraser Avenue Former portion of Route 44; possibly unsigned
Route 450 27.499 44.255 Route 460 in Kaunakakai Halawa Former Route 45
Route 460 16.547 26.630 Maunaloa Road in Maunaloa Kaunakakai Wharf Former Route 46
Route 465 2.129 3.426 Route 460 west of Molokai Airport Route 460 east of Molokai Airport 2015
Route 470 5.777 9.297 Route 460 in Kualapuu Palaʻau State Park Former Route 47
Route 475 4.064 6.540
Route 480 3.661 5.892 Route 460 near Hoʻolehua Route 470 in Kualapuu Former Route 48 and Route 481
Route 481 Became a portion of Route 480
Route 482 Became Route 475
Route 501 Replaced by Route 58
Route 520 6.398 10.297 Hoonani Road at Koloa Landing Route 50 near Knudsen Gap
Route 521 2.104 3.386
Route 522 3.311 5.329
Route 523 2.702 4.348
Route 525 0.652 1.049
Route 526 0.728 1.172
Route 530 3.395 5.464 Route 50 at Port Allen/Eleele Route 520
Route 531 1.206 1.941
Route 532 2.392 3.850
Route 534 1.416 2.279
Route 536 0.388 0.624
Route 540 3.876 6.238 Route 50 at Port Allen/Eleele Route 50 at Kalaheo
Route 541 0.370 0.595 Hanapepe Bay Route 50 at Port Allen/Eleele
Route 543 1.409 2.268 Port Allen Airport Route 50 at Hanapepe
Route 545 0.938 1.510
Route 550 14.080 22.660 Route 50 in Waimea Entrance to Kokee State Park
Route 551 2.493 4.012
Route 552 7.549 12.149 Route 50 in Kehaha Route 550 Former Route 55 and later Route 550)
Route 553 1.086 1.748
Route 554 0.201 0.323
Route 560 10.010 16.110 Parking lot at Haena State Park Route 56 in Princeville Former portion of Route 56
Route 562 1.726 2.778
Route 563 0.238 0.383
Route 565 1.110 1.786
Route 566 1.678 2.700
Route 570 1.120 1.802 Route 56 in Lihue Lihue Airport 1965 current Former Route 57
Route 580 6.680 10.750 Ford crossing of stream south of Wailua Reservoir Route 56 in Wailua Former portion of Route 58
Route 581 5.042 8.114
Route 583 0.920 1.481 Route 56 at Kapaia Wailua Falls Former Route 48 and Route 481
Route 610 replaced by Route 61
Route 630 Became Route 65
Route 710
Route 740
Route 741
Route 742
Route 750 8.046 12.949 H-1 / Route 76 Route 99 near Schofield Barracks Former portion of Route 75
Route 760
Route 764 Became Route 7141
Route 780
Route 782
Route 801 2.182 3.512
Route 803 5.818 9.363
Route 804 Became Route 7012
Route 806 Proposed but never built
Route 809 Now part of Route 80
Route 821
Route 830 5.5 8.9 Route 63 / Route 83 Route 83 near Kahaluu Part of the Kamehameha Highway
Route 835
Route 900
Route 901 1.383 2.226 Route 8940 / Route 8945 at entrance to MCAS Barbers Point H-1
Route 920
Route 930 7.931 12.764 Kaena Point State Park boundary Route 99 / Route 83 south of Haleiwa Former portion of Route 83
Route 990
Route 1092B
Route 1100 3.073 4.946
Route 1110 4.440 7.145 proposed
Route 1370 2.961 4.765 Route 19 / Route 1970 in Hilo Hilo Harbor east entrance Former portion of Route 120
Route 1810 0.830 1.336
Route 1830 0.342 0.550
Route 1835 0.527 0.848
Route 1880 5.655 9.101 proposed
Route 1901
Route 1905 0.676 1.088
Route 1910 0.651 1.048
Route 1920 4.070 6.550
Route 1921 0.358 0.576
Route 1925 0.308 0.496
Route 1930 3.912 6.296
Route 1940 2.992 4.815
Route 1950 7.849 12.632
Route 1960 1.344 2.163
Route 1970 0.934 1.503 Route 19 / Route 11 in Hilo Route 19 / Route 1370 Initially designated as part of Route 19
Route 2000 6.870 11.056 Route 200 Railroad Avenue in south Hilo Portion of route former Route 123
Route 2460 0.670 1.078
Route 2470 0.290 0.467
Route 2710 1.526 2.456
Route 2720 2.055 3.307
Route 2730 1.103 1.775
Route 2740 2.547 4.099
Route 2750 2.149 3.458
Route 2760 3.745 6.027
Route 2770 3.744 6.025
Route 2790 1.135 1.827
Route 2810 0.810 1.304
Route 2820 1.810 2.913
Route 2840 1.504 2.420
Route 2850 1.877 3.021
Route 2860 1.720 2.768
Route 3000 4.120 6.630 Hokiokio Place south of Lahaina Keawe Street in Lahaina 2013 current
Route 3010 2.665 4.289
Route 3015 0.458 0.737
Route 3020
Route 3025 0.909 1.463
Route 3030 0.249 0.401
Route 3040 1.629 2.622
Route 3050 0.219 0.352
Route 3060 0.800 1.287 proposed
Route 3070 0.204 0.328
Route 3075 0.890 1.432 proposed
Route 3080 3.324 5.349
Route 3090 0.256 0.412
Route 3100 6.171 9.931
Route 3115 4.910 7.902 proposed
Route 3120 0.700 1.127
Route 3125 0.833 1.341
Route 3130 0.613 0.987
Route 3135 1.339 2.155
Route 3137 0.619 0.996
Route 3138 0.511 0.822
Route 3140 0.487 0.784
Route 3150 0.571 0.919
Route 3160 0.580 0.933
Route 3165 0.594 0.956
Route 3170 0.567 0.912
Route 3175 0.508 0.818
Route 3180 1.090 1.754
Route 3185 0.420 0.676
Route 3190 0.960 1.545
Route 3200 2.712 4.365
Route 3210 1.100 1.770
Route 3231 1.174 1.889
Route 3400 2.624 4.223 Route 32 in Kahului Route 340 / Route 330 Former portion of Route 34 and later Route 340
Route 3405 2.243 3.610
Route 3410 0.518 0.834
Route 3420 0.912 1.468
Route 3500 1.110 1.786 Route 311 / Route 380 Route 32 in Kahalui Former portion of Route 350 (and possibly Route 35); section east of Route 380 now part of Route 311
Route 3600 2.000 3.219 Route 390 Route 36 west of Paia Privately-owned bypass of Paia
Route 3610 1.610 2.591
Route 3620 1.407 2.264
Route 3630 2.034 3.273
Route 3700 38.546 62.034
Route 3800 1.500 2.414 proposed
Route 3830 1.965 3.162
Route 3840 0.633 1.019
Route 3910 2.558 4.117
Route 3920 1.640 2.639
Route 3930 0.800 1.287
Route 3940 1.730 2.784
Route 3945 0.703 1.131
Route 3950 1.300 2.092
Route 3960 0.660 1.062
Route 3970 0.580 0.933
Route 5010 0.984 1.584
Route 5020 1.015 1.633
Route 5030 1.450 2.334 proposed
Route 5035 0.401 0.645
Route 5040 0.646 1.040
Route 5600 3.4 5.5 Route 56 in Wailua Route 56 north of Kapaa 1996
Route 5710 0.473 0.761
Route 5720 0.679 1.093
Route 5730 0.790 1.271
Route 5740 1.046 1.683
Route 5750 0.290 0.467
Route 5805 0.217 0.349
Route 5840 1.245 2.004
Route 5850 0.576 0.927
Route 5860 4.765 7.669
Route 5865 1.049 1.688
Route 5870 0.549 0.884
Route 6001 0.162 0.261
Route 6010 0.775 1.247
Route 6011 1.063 1.711
Route 6012 2.114 3.402
Route 6013 3.174 5.108
Route 6014 0.586 0.943
Route 6015 0.598 0.962
Route 6016 1.289 2.074
Route 6017 0.841 1.353
Route 6020 0.265 0.426
Route 6025 0.734 1.181
Route 6041 1.748 2.813
Route 6042 0.687 1.106
Route 6043 1.009 1.624
Route 6044 0.374 0.602
Route 6045 0.604 0.972
Route 6046 0.319 0.513
Route 6047 0.417 0.671
Route 6048 1.638 2.636
Route 6049 1.194 1.922
Route 6050 1.058 1.703
Route 6051 1.236 1.989
Route 6510 5.515 8.876
Route 6511 2.587 4.163
Route 6542 1.196 1.925
Route 6543 0.736 1.184
Route 6544 1.182 1.902
Route 6545 1.320 2.124
Route 6546 1.044 1.680
Route 6547 1.041 1.675
Route 6548 0.801 1.289
Route 6549 1.163 1.872
Route 6551 0.164 0.264
Route 6553 1.353 2.177
Route 6554 0.403 0.649
Route 7010 3.257 5.242
Route 7011 1.367 2.200
Route 7012 1.860 2.993 Route 80 Waihawa Naval Reservation Former Route 804
Route 7013 3.779 6.082
Route 7041 0.806 1.297
Route 7042 3.880 6.244
Route 7043 2.187 3.520
Route 7101 3.000 4.828 Route 7110 / Route 76 Route 99 Former portion of Route 90
Route 7110 0.600 0.966 Route 90 / Route 760 Route 7101 / Route 76 / Fort Weaver Road Former portion of Route 90
Route 7139 0.842 1.355
Route 7140 1.144 1.841
Route 7141 1.496 2.408 Route 76 in Ewa Entrance to Lualualei Naval Ammunition Depot Former Route 764
Route 7142 3.018 4.857
Route 7143 0.143 0.230
Route 7144 0.999 1.608
Route 7145 0.719 1.157
Route 7146 1.698 2.733
Route 7147 1.257 2.023
Route 7148 0.784 1.262
Route 7150 0.549 0.884
Route 7160 1.045 1.682
Route 7165 1.421 2.287
Route 7170 1.403 2.258
Route 7175 0.967 1.556
Route 7180 1.940 3.122
Route 7200 Proposed but apparently never built
Route 7210 3.403 5.477
Route 7211 2.225 3.581
Route 7212 1.008 1.622
Route 7225 1.222 1.967
Route 7226 0.249 0.401
Route 7228 0.188 0.303
Route 7239 0.329 0.529 Route 7241 / Ulene Street Iwiana Street
Route 7241 2.324 3.740 Inside Gate 3 at Camp H.M. Smith Route 99 / Route 83 south of Haleiwa Portion of route former Route 67 or Route 71 and later Route 710
Route 7243 2.919 4.698
Route 7244 1.794 2.887
Route 7245 1.652 2.659
Route 7246 2.645 4.257
Route 7247 2.079 3.346
Route 7248 0.806 1.297
Route 7249 0.350 0.563
Route 7250 1.005 1.617
Route 7251 1.857 2.989
Route 7260 0.146 0.235
Route 7261 0.414 0.666
Route 7262 0.381 0.613
Route 7263 0.420 0.676
Route 7310 1.030 1.658 Route 92 underneath Interstate H-1 Route 7345 at Interstate H-201 Former portion of Route 66
Route 7311 3.437 5.531
Route 7341 0.792 1.275
Route 7342 0.252 0.406
Route 7343 0.516 0.830
Route 7344 1.467 2.361
Route 7345 0.551 0.887 Route 7310 / Interstate H-201 Gate to Tripler Medical Center Possible former portion of Route 66
Route 7346 1.633 2.628
Route 7347 0.330 0.531
Route 7348 2.346 3.776
Route 7349 1.320 2.124
Route 7350 0.586 0.943 Route 7351 east of Pearl Harbor Salt Lake Boulevard
Route 7351 0.230 0.370 Route 99 east of Pearl Harbor Route 7350
Route 7401 1.916 3.084 H-1 / Route 92 Dillingham Boulevard Former portion of Route 90; part of the Kamehameha Highway
Route 7402 5.195 8.361
Route 7410 0.712 1.146
Route 7411 1.115 1.794
Route 7412 1.000 1.609
Route 7413 0.343 0.552 H-1 underpass Dillingham Boulevard at North King Street Liliha Street; unsigned; south of Vineyard Street was former portion of Route 90; later entire route former Route 97
Route 7414 3.106 4.999
Route 7415 0.517 0.832 H-1 / Route 92 / Route 7401 Route 7414
Route 7420 0.174 0.280
Route 7425 0.651 1.048
Route 7430 0.689 1.109
Route 7441 1.793 2.886
Route 7442 0.682 1.098
Route 7443 0.128 0.206
Route 7444 0.587 0.945
Route 7445 1.314 2.115
Route 7446 2.028 3.264
Route 7447 0.388 0.624
Route 7448 0.232 0.373
Route 7450 0.568 0.914
Route 7501 0.288 0.463
Route 7502 3.311 5.329
Route 7503 3.113 5.010
Route 7504 0.563 0.906
Route 7505 0.600 0.966
Route 7510 1.093 1.759
Route 7511 1.148 1.848
Route 7512 1.367 2.200
Route 7513 1.362 2.192
Route 7514 0.885 1.424
Route 7515 1.264 2.034
Route 7516 0.956 1.539
Route 7517 0.936 1.506
Route 7518 1.797 2.892
Route 7519 0.881 1.418
Route 7520 0.100 0.161
Route 7521 0.815 1.312
Route 7522 1.691 2.721
Route 7523 0.316 0.509
Route 7524 0.262 0.422
Route 7525 1.266 2.037
Route 7526 0.395 0.636
Route 7527 0.311 0.501
Route 7528 1.138 1.831
Route 7530 0.266 0.428
Route 7541 0.404 0.650
Route 7542 0.936 1.506 proposed
Route 7543 0.559 0.900
Route 7544 0.209 0.336
Route 7545 2.233 3.594
Route 7546 1.877 3.021
Route 7547 2.060 3.315
Route 7548 0.656 1.056
Route 7549 1.392 2.240
Route 7550 0.285 0.459
Route 7552 0.342 0.550
Route 7553 0.377 0.607
Route 7601 0.419 0.674 Kapiolani Boulevard King Street
Route 7610 0.947 1.524
Route 7611 1.351 2.174
Route 7612 3.069 4.939
Route 7613 1.362 2.192
Route 7614 0.841 1.353
Route 7615 0.895 1.440
Route 7641 0.871 1.402
Route 7642 2.042 3.286
Route 7643 0.506 0.814
Route 7644 0.374 0.602
Route 7645 2.481 3.993
Route 7646 1.283 2.065
Route 7647 2.121 3.413
Route 7648 0.143 0.230
Route 7649 0.376 0.605
Route 7710 1.568 2.523
Route 7711 1.159 1.865
Route 7712 0.995 1.601
Route 7713 0.949 1.527
Route 7714 0.086 0.138
Route 7715 0.109 0.175
Route 7720 0.228 0.367
Route 7725 0.190 0.306
Route 7741 0.263 0.423
Route 7743 0.572 0.921
Route 7744 0.416 0.669
Route 7801 1.406 2.263
Route 7810 1.550 2.494
Route 7811 2.731 4.395
Route 7812 2.231 3.590
Route 7813 0.207 0.333
Route 7814 0.818 1.316
Route 7841 0.620 0.998
Route 7842 1.769 2.847
Route 7843 1.453 2.338
Route 7844 1.488 2.395
Route 7845 0.661 1.064
Route 7846 0.248 0.399
Route 7847 0.267 0.430
Route 7848 0.992 1.596
Route 7849 1.855 2.985
Route 7850 0.116 0.187
Route 7851 0.158 0.254
Route 7852 0.524 0.843
Route 7853 1.850 2.977
Route 7854 0.611 0.983
Route 7855 0.150 0.241
Route 7856 0.176 0.283
Route 7857 2.240 3.605
Route 7858 2.777 4.469
Route 7859 0.565 0.909
Route 7862 0.681 1.096
Route 7863 0.678 1.091
Route 7864 0.615 0.990
Route 7865 0.313 0.504
Route 7901
Route 7910 1.726 2.778
Route 7911 4.500 7.242 proposed
Route 7941 1.703 2.741
Route 7942 1.126 1.812
Route 7943 1.419 2.284
Route 7944 0.822 1.323
Route 7945 0.828 1.333
Route 7947 0.859 1.382
Route 7948 1.320 2.124
Route 7949 1.684 2.710
Route 7950 0.661 1.064
Route 7951 0.352 0.566
Route 7952 0.817 1.315
Route 7953 0.413 0.665
Route 7954 0.622 1.001
Route 8300 1.969 3.169
Route 8541 0.669 1.077
Route 8542 2.514 4.046
Route 8543 1.104 1.777
Route 8741 1.454 2.340
Route 8743 1.363 2.194
Route 8744 1.324 2.131
Route 8750 0.808 1.300
Route 8755 2.741 4.411
Route 8760 0.104 0.167
Route 8810 3.965 6.381 proposed
Route 8815 1.196 1.925
Route 8905 0.470 0.756
Route 8910 1.605 2.583
Route 8915 0.916 1.474
Route 8918 0.462 0.744
Route 8920 7.747 12.468
Route 8925 0.571 0.919
Route 8930 2.461 3.961 Kapolei Parkway H-1 / Makakilo Drive 2010 current
Route 8940 3.320 5.343 West of Coral Road Gate at Geiger Road
Route 8945 0.970 1.561 Midway Avenue Route 8940 / Route 901
Route 8955 2.689 4.328 Coast Guard entrance to Barbers Point NAS Route 8940
Route 9107 4.041 6.503
Route 9262 2.531 4.073
Route 9263 1.594 2.565
Route 9265 0.854 1.374
Route 9270 0.400 0.644
Route 9274 0.758 1.220
Route 9275 0.284 0.457
Route 9276 0.184 0.296
Route 9280 2.267 3.648
Route 9285 0.292 0.470
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  •       Future

Temporary Federal routes

During World War II, a temporary Federal route numbering system was setup on the island of Oahu. They were used to assist military personnel not accustomed to the Hawaiian street names during the time of Martial law in the Territory of Hawaiʻi from 1941 to 1945. Though marked with U.S. Route shields, they were never part of the United States Numbered Highway System.[20]

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
US 1.svg Route 1 Route 2 / Route 13 in Honolulu Route 2 / Route 223 near Waialua 1941 1945 South Vineyard Boulevard » Wai‘alae Avenue » Kalaniana‘ole Highway » Kailua Road » Oneawa Street » Mōkapu Boulevard » Kāne‘ohe Bay Drive » Kamehameha Highway
HI-WPR 2.svg Route 2 Route 1 / Route 13 in Honolulu Route 1 / Route 223 near Waialua 1941 1945 Nimitz Highway » Kamehameha Highway
US 13.svg Route 13 Route 1 / Route 2 in Honolulu Route 1 in Kailua 1941 1945 Bishop Street » Pali Highway
US 220.svg Route 220 Route 223 in Nānākuli Route 2 in Pearl City 1941 1945 Farrington Highway
US 223.svg Route 223 Route 220 in Nānākuli Route 1 / Route 2 near Waialua 1941 1945 Farrington Highway (road permanently closed at Ka‘ena Point)
US 230.svg Route 230 Route 1 in Kāneʻohe Route 1 in Kailua 1941 1945 Kailua Road » Oneawa Street » Mōkapu Boulevard » Kāne‘ohe Bay Drive

See also

  • Flag of Hawaii.svg Hawaii portal
  • Blank shield.svg U.S. Roads portal

References

  1. ^ "21st Annual Report on the Performance of State Highway Systems (1984-2012)" (PDF). September 2014. p. 9. Retrieved January 14, 2019.
  2. ^ a b Hawaii Department of Transportation (October 2016). "State DOT Road Inventory" (ESRI Shapefile). Retrieved July 31, 2019.
  3. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 18" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  4. ^ Google (January 17, 2019). "Route 21" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 17, 2019.
  5. ^ Google (January 17, 2019). "Route 22" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 17, 2019.
  6. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 33" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  7. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 34" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  8. ^ Google (January 17, 2019). "Route 35" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 17, 2019.
  9. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 380" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  10. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 39" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  11. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 40" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  12. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 44" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  13. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 450" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  14. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 460" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  15. ^ Google (January 16, 2019). "Route 470" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 16, 2019.
  16. ^ Google (January 23, 2019). "Route 48" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 23, 2019.
  17. ^ Google (January 17, 2019). "Route 55 - South" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 17, 2019.
  18. ^ Google (January 17, 2019). "Route 55 - North" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 17, 2019.
  19. ^ Google (January 17, 2019). "Route 570" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 17, 2019.
  20. ^ Voss, Oscar (December 2010). "Hawaii Highways--FAQs page 3". Retrieved January 14, 2019.

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Hawaii Route 130

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Hawaii Route 200

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Hawaii Route 240

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Hawaii Route 31

Hawaii Route 31, also known as the Pi'ilani Highway, is a 38-mile road on the island of Maui in Maui County, Hawaii, United States.

Hawaii Route 37

Hawaii Route 37 is a 24.1-mile (38.79 km) road on the island of Maui in Maui County, Hawaii, United States.

Hawaii Route 377

Route 377 is a 9.2-mile-long (14.8 km) road on the island of Maui in Hawaii. The route starts and ends at Route 37, and is signed as Haleakala Highway for the northernmost six miles (9.7 km), and Kekaulike Avenue for the rest, because the Haleakala highway continues on Hawaii Route 378.

Hawaii Route 56

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Hawaii Route 61

Hawaii Route 61, often called the Pali Highway, is in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States, that is the main highway connecting downtown Honolulu with the windward side of Oʻahu island. From downtown, it traverses up Nuʻuanu Valley and the residential neighborhood of Nuʻuanu, passes through the Nuʻuanu Pali Tunnels, and descends to the major windward communities of Kāneʻohe (reached by Kamehameha Highway, State Route 83) and Kailua.

Hawaii Route 63

Route 63 is a state highway on the island of Oʻahu in Honolulu County, Hawaiʻi, United States, that is one of three main highways passing through the Koʻolau mountain.

Kohala Mountain Road

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Maui Veterans Highway

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