Pahoa Gets Legitimate Bus Stop Courtesy of the Rotary Club of Pahoa Sunset

With much cooperation from the local councilman (Fred Blas), the mayor (Billy Kenoi), the Department of Public Works, the county mass transit coordinator and the county engineers… the Rotary Club of Pahoa sunset has successfully installed a first class bus stop shelter on Old Pahoa Village Road adjacent to the Woodlands Center (near the new Pahoa Longs).

The new Pahoa Bus Stop located in front of Pahoa Auto Parts courtesy of the Rotary Club of Pahoa Sunset

We expect to be able to install another on the high school end of town. The property for the shelter was graciously ceded by the Pahoa Auto Parts store owners.  This is the pilot of our project we are working on a plan to install shelters of our own conforming design on Leilani Ave

Alan Lakritz
Rotary Club of Pahoa Sunset

Hawaii County Mass Transit Seeks Survey Participants

The Hawaii County Mass Transit Agency requests your assistance in completing the following surveys.

1. The purpose is to determine interest and feasibility of providing additional transportation service between Volcano Village and Hilo.

Click Here to go to Upper Puna survey

2. The transit agency has prepared a survey to gather data on interest, scheduling, and routing for bus service within Paradise Park.

Click here to go to the Paradise Park Survey

Please call the transit agency at 961-8744 if you have questions.

Highway 130 Draft Environmental Assessment Released

Well after months and months of getting together once a month and trying to figure out what we the “community” (KPAG Members) wanted to do with Highway 130… they (the State) has finally released the Draft Environmental Assessment (DEA) on the project.

You can see the Draft EA body here: (warning large file)