An essential gateway to help sustain and enhance Hawaii’s economic prosperity and quality of life
Honolulu Harbor handles over 12 million tons of cargo annually including daily essentials and necessities such as food, commercial goods, cars, construction materials, jet fuel, and equipment and machinery for local industry.
To ensure that the primary port-of-entry into the state is prepared to meet the future needs of the Hawaiian Islands and of the maritime industry, the Department of Transportation, Harbors Division has embarked on creating a 30-year master plan. This plan will serve as a critical tool for the strategic development of Honolulu Harbor including infrastructure improvements, optimization of the port and its facilities for both overseas and inter-island maritime transportation, and non-cargo maritime operations such as fishing, passenger, and maritime support services.
To prepare this robust plan, our team is providing port capacity and operational analysis, simulation, land use planning, strategy planning, master planning and design, and sustainability services using research and benchmarking as a guide.
The plan will consider current requirements and challenges and will anticipate user needs and projections to guide new development and harbor usage until 2050.
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