Community Profile Released
The Community Profile is our report on existing conditions in the study area. It provides a snapshot of the people, places, and possibilities in the Ka‛ahumanu Ave Community Corridor.
The Ka‘ahumanu Ave Community Corridor is an exciting initiative to develop a community-supported vision for affordable housing and new transportation options on Maui’s busiest corridor. We look forward to working with you to envision a new future for the 2.5 miles of Ka‘ahumanu Avenue that connect Kahului and Wailuku.
This website will keep you connected to everything the team is doing. You can:
Learn what’s new and get updates on upcoming meetings
Tell us what matters most to you through surveys and activities
Keep tabs on the work underway and review our analysis and findings
Maui is growing, and we are facing challenges like never before. We’re in the midst of a global pandemic and an affordable housing crisis. But we are resilient. We can provide opportunities for economic development and new jobs and homes, supported with new travel options for people to keep Maui livable and accessible. The Ka‘ahumanu Ave Community Corridor provides an opportunity for us to do this and so much more. Join us!
What does transit-oriented development (TOD) mean for Maui?
Connected, walkable communities, organized around transit
Mixed land uses, with workforce and affordable housing
Great places that are safe and comfortable
What's the schedule?
Our work began in August 2020 and will continue through November 2021. It will unfold in three major phases, and there will be opportunities for you to learn, vision, and advance with us as the project moves ahead.
Understand the history and current conditions of the study area
Explore potential for economic development and affordable housing
Ground the future opportunities based on our needs
Community Profile and Existing Conditions Summary
Market Analysis and Affordable Housing Report
Participate in a focus group
Take our online survey
Share your photos
Attend a virtual community briefing