The Kaua‘i Bus is reminding the public of multiple significant changes to its islandwide mainline and shuttle routes starting Feb. 7. The public is advised to carefully review the changes to the following bus stops and bus routes.
Additional Daily Routes: The following service lines will have an additional daily route.
- Route 100, Kekaha to Līhu‘e – new route at 9:15 p.m.
- Route 400, Hanalei to Līhu‘e – new route at 9:15 p.m.
- Route 200, Līhu‘e to Kekaha – new route at 7:25 p.m.
- Route 500, Līhu‘e to Hanalei – new route at 7:25 p.m.
Removal of Daily Routes: The following daily routes will be discontinued.
- Route 500, Līhu‘e to Hanalei – 6 a.m. route removed
- Route 400, Hanalei to Līhu‘e – 7:45 a.m. route removed
Removal of Service Stops: The following service stops will be discontinued.
- PMRF on Route 100/200
- Hartung (formerly Syngenta) on Route 100/200
- Old Kekaha Store on Route 200
- Hale Kupuna on Route 30
- Kōloa Ball Park on Route 30
- Convention Hall on Route 70
- Across Pono Kai on Route 400
- Coconut Market Place on Route 500
Additionally, there are multiple significant changes to the following service routes and stops. If you are a rider for these specific bus routes and bus stops, visit www.kauai.gov/transportation or call The Kauai Bus at 808-246-8110 for complete details on these changes.
- Kaua‘i Coffee on Route 100
- KCC Performing Arts Center on Route 100
- Puu Road/Hokua Road on Route 30
- Līhu‘e Gardens on Route 70
- Līhu‘e Neighborhood Center on Route 70
- Kaua‘i High School on Route 70
- HMSA Building on Route 70
- Kapa‘a Middle School on Route 60
All bus schedules, including the upcoming new schedules that will take effect Feb. 7, are currently available on The Kaua‘i Bus website, www.kauai.gov/transportation.
Updated schedules will also be posted in bus stops, available to riders onboard, and at the County of Kaua‘i Transportation Agency’s office in Līhu‘e.
These changes are being made to improve operational and fiscal efficiencies of The Kaua‘i Bus as recommended by Kaua‘i’s Short Range Transit Plan approved in 2018, according to a release from the county.