Section 106: National Historic Preservation Act
National Historic Preservation Act Consulting Parties Meetings
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the State of Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation (HDOT) held virtual meetings for National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 compliance for Honoapiʻilani Highway Improvements pursuant to 36 CFR § 800.2.
The meetings included a short overview presentation, timeline, and update on studies being conducted.
FHWA and HDOT thank attendees for joining and encourage those unable to attend, that want to better understand the historic and cultural sites involved in the project area, to view the virtual presentations, which will be available for viewing soon.
Cultural Resources Manager
Area of Potential Effects (APE) Map with Proposed Alternatives:
The Area of Potential Effects is a geographic area within which an undertaking may directly or indirectly cause alterations in the character or use of historic properties, if any such properties exist.
The proposed alignments were adapted from the County of Maui’s Pali to Puamana plan. The alignments converge at serval points with two distinct areas where the alignments differ from one another: one in Olowalu and the other in Ukumehame. The preferred alternative may be selected from two differing proposed alternatives one in each of the two differing areas.
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Section 106 Timeline
- January: Federal Notice of Intent (NOI) and State Environmental Impact Statement preparation Notice (EISPN)
- January: SHPD / NHO / Consulting Parties Initiation
- July: 1st Draft PA for Review
- July – December: PA Review Cycles
- December: PA Finalized and EIS Comment Period begins
- June: Final Environmental Impact Statement Published
- June – early 2025: AIS / Subsurface Investigation
- August: Construction Begins