HDOT and the byways team extends its congratulations to the Holo Holo Koloa Scenic Byway for receiving an American Planning Association Hawaii Chapter award in the category of Community Engagement. One of our byway nominees is holding its public meeting for the Maunalau-Makapuu byway, and and we offer a call for presentations at the Preserving the Historic Road Conference next September.

Fall is a particularly spectacular time to drive along America's Byways. If you're traveling soon, remember to check out www.byways.org for locations to experience foliage and all that the season has to offer. The national program offers a free map of all our National Byways and All American Roads upon request.

Mahalo nui loa,   


David L. Zevenbergen
Hawaii Scenic Byways Coordinator
Hawaii Department of Transportation
(808) 587-6357

Holo Holo Koloa Awarded!

At the recent Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials' conference, the Hawaii Chapter of the American Planning Association recognized our friends at the Hookuleana LLC, Malama Koloa and the Poipu Beach Resort Association for their community engagement work in the Holo Holo Koloa Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan (CMP). The APA says:
The Corridor Management Plan was developed through a broad-based inclusive community collaboration to plan, preserve, restore, promote and share the extensive and extraordinary intrinsic qualities of Kauai's South Shore. Scenic points are "roads that tell stories." ... The detailed plan includes qualities and resources important to the byway and by identifying the capital investments, economic benefits, management measures and funding resources necessary, this plan is comprehensive, ambitious and worthy of recognition. 
Holo Holo Koloa APA Award
APA-HI Award Ceremony, Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials, September 19, 2013.
Please note this upcoming public meeting.
Maunalua Meeting Flyer
Preserving the Historic Road Conference

Historic Roads is accepting abstracts from individuals interested in presenting papers in advance of their ninth-annual biennial conference next September, in Savannah, Georgia

For more information, see http://www.historicroads.org/

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