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Hawaii State Highway Encroachment Permits (3-HI-c)

In Hawaii, a developer may need a state highway right-of-way permit for any project activity that is adjacent to or within a state highway right-of-way.


State Highway Encroachment Permits Process

3-HI-c.1 to 3-HI-c.3 – Will the Activity Require Construction Adjacent to or within a Highway Right-of-Way?

If the project will perform construction adjacent to and within a highway right-of-way and/or park on a restricted section of highway under state jurisdiction, the developer needs to apply for a Use and Occupancy Permit from the Hawaii Department of Transportation Highways Division. H.A.R. 19-105-5.


Use and Occupancy Permit:
3-HI-d

3-HI-c.4 to 6-HI-c.5 – Will the Project Perform Work within a State Highway Right-of-Way?

If the project will require work within a State Highway Right-of-Way the developer must obtain a permit from the Hawaii Department of Transportation, Highways Division. H.R.S. 264-7.

Permit to Construct Upon a State Highway ROW:
3-HI-e

3-HI-c.6 –to 3-HI-c.8 – Will the Project Perform Construction to Cross or Enter the State Energy Corridor on Oahu?

If the project will perform construction to cross or enter the State Energy Corridor on Oahu, a developer must apply for an approval letter from the Hawaii Department of Transportation Harbors Division, Engineering Branch. See Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative Permit to Cross or Enter the State Energy Corridor

Permit to Cross or Enter the State Energy Corridor:
3-HI-f




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