The County of Maui announces it will hold a virtual open house on Monday, July 24, 2023, to discuss its new parking management program, PARK MAUI. Two sessions will be offered: 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. These public meetings will primarily focus on Lahaina Town, one of the locations selected for the PARK MAUI pilot program.
County staff will provide an update on the PARK MAUI program in Lahaina and answer questions from attendees. In addition to the PARK MAUI program, the County will also share an update on various topics discussed during the in-person PARK MAUI Open House held in March. These include bike parking, road congestion during boat days, alternative transportation options, and parking lot improvements in Lahaina.
Participants can assess the Open House via event links on the website www.parkmaui.com (refer to “Upcoming Events”).
Lahaina Town, as part of the PARK MAUI program, will provide both on-street and off-street parking options, including designated areas for employee parking. The proposed parking rates, fees, and permits are currently awaiting approval from the Maui County Council.
According to Wade, “By implementing a comprehensive approach in Lahaina, the PARK MAUI program aims to encourage turnover in on-street parking, provide long-term parking solutions in off-street lots, and offer affordable and reliable parking options for employees. Ultimately, this comprehensive and coordinated approach will result in a smoother and more convenient parking experience.”
The PARK MAUI pilot program is slated to launch late this summer at these locations: Lahaina Town, Wailuku Town, Kamaole beach parks, and Ulua/Mokapu beach park.
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