Photos are below
Above is an aerial view map of the Lahaina Bypass, which started construction in 2010 and had its center 2.5 miles section completed in 2013, from Keawe to Hokiokio. The next section of the Lahaina Bypass, for 2.7 miles south from Hokioko to a point between Launiupoko and Olowalu, was completed in 2018. Use your mouse cursor to move the above map up and down, to see the entire blue line that shows the current extent of the bypass.
At present, all traffic is being diverted onto the bypass (Route 3000). If you are coming from the airport or from Kahului or Kihei, going toward Lahaina, you will be forced from Highway 30 (Honoapiilani) onto Highway 3000 (bypass) at the south end of the bypass near Olowalu. You can then get off of the bypass at either Hokiokio, or Lahainaluna, or at the current north end of the bypass at Keawe Street.
Further extensions of the Lahaina Bypass north from Keawe to Honokowai, are being considered for some time after 2020.
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Click on any of the blue balloons in the map, for info about that section:
Upper blue balloon = north end of this part of the bypass, at the corner of Keawe Street and Honoapiilani Highway.
Bottom blue balloon = south end of the bypass where Route 3000 (bypass) meets Route 30 (Honoapiilani Highway) near Olowalu.
The upper blue line is Keawe Street.
Scroll down this page for photos of the construction sites.
Where on Maui is Lahaina?
Lahaina is a town on the west coast of the west side of Maui, south of Kaanapali Beach, in the location shown in pink and red on the map below.
WIDEN THIS PAGE TO FULL-SCREEN SIZE to see the below construction photos in order.