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Public urged to provide input to create safer Maui roads

By Staff | Jul 23, 2020

WAILUKU – The public is invited to attend Vision Zero Maui’s Virtual Town Hall on Thursday, July 23, at 4 p.m. to learn about Maui roadway safety concerns and priorities in developing an action plan to eliminate traffic-related deaths and serious injuries.

The event will be conducted online via Zoom; attendees may register for free at mauimpo.org.

While on mauimpo.org, complete a webmap survey where you can pinpoint the exact location of hotspots on the island where traffic collisions occur and opportunities for infrastructure or design improvements can be considered.

The Virtual Town Hall will feature a few words from Mayor Michael Victorino, who has committed the County of Maui’s full support in the project, and from Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Board Chair and Maui County Councilmember Yuki Lei Sugimura, who has championed the DUI tow law.

Listen to Vision Zero experts, ask questions and share your ideas.

A randomly selected registered attendee will also receive a gift card to Wailuku Coffee Company.

With the Vision Zero initiative, the only acceptable number of fatalities or serious injuries is ZERO.

Register for the virtual town hall and complete the “maptionnaire” at mauimpo.org.