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Hawaii Department of Transportation

 

Hawaii Department of Transportation

Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT)
Agency overview
Formed 1959
Jurisdiction Hawaii
Parent agency State of Hawaii
Website http://hawaii.gov/dot

The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) is a state government organization which oversees transportation in the U.S. state of Hawaii. The agency is divided into three divisions dealing with aviation, maritime, and roads.[1]

Contents

  • HDOT Divisions 1
    • Airports Division 1.1
      • Airports operated by HDOT Airports Division 1.1.1
    • Harbors Division 1.2
    • Highways Division 1.3
  • References 2
  • External links 3

HDOT Divisions

Airports Division

The HDOT Airports Division operates all the public airports throughout the state including Honolulu International Airport. The Division is divided into offices, branches and divisions to provide services based on location or specialization.[2]

  • Airports Administrator - oversees all state owned airports
  • Staff Services Office - provides administrative support
  • Visitor Information Program Office - manages the state Visitor Information Program in coordination with other HDOT divisions
  • Information Technology Office - provides information technology support
  • Airports Operations Office - provides operational support including firefighting at state owned airports
  • Engineering Branch - provides engineering support
  • Oahu District - maintains airports on the island of Oahu
  • Maui District - maintains airports on the island of Maui
  • Hawaii District - maintains airports on the island of Hawaii
  • Kauai District - maintains airports on the island of Kauai

Airports operated by HDOT Airports Division

Harbors Division

The HDOT Harbors Division operates ten commercial harbors throughout the state. The division is self-sufficient, with the majority of its income coming from various harbor and wharf rental fees.[3]

Highways Division

The HDOT Highways Division maintains the state highway system.[4]

References

  1. ^ http://hawaii.gov/dot/administration/about About DOT accessed 4 March 2009
  2. ^ http://hawaii.gov/dot/airports/about About Us accessed 4 March 2009
  3. ^ http://hawaii.gov/dot/harbors/about About Us accessed 4 March 2009
  4. ^ http://hawaii.gov/dot/highways/about/about.htm About Us accessed 4 March 2009

External links

  • Official website
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