Bus Service Information

Maui Bus Public Transit System

The County of Maui currently funds a public bus system that provides service in and between various Central, South, West, Haiku, Kula and Upcountry Maui communities.

Changes to Maui Bus Routes

  • Effective Friday, December 7, 2018, the Maui Bus will implement changes to existing bus routes as follows:
  • Kahului Loop #5 and Kahului Reverse Loop #6 – Both routes will no longer go into Kahului Shopping Center.  These routes will use the bus stops on Kamehameha Avenue, near the Salvation Army and across of Kahului Union Church.
  • Wailuku Loop #1 and Wailuku Reverse Route #2 – To address the constant delays on these routes due to heavy traffic, these buses will no longer service the (2) bus stops in Waiehu Heights.
  • Waihee Villager Route #8 – The Waihee Villager will add the (2) bus stops in Waiehu Heights to its route.
  • Lahaina Villager Route #23 – Minor time adjustments to existing stops have been made within the route.

New Waihe'e Villager and Changes to Kula Villager

Effective Sunday, July 1, 2018, a newly established Waihe’e Villager route #8 will provide limited service, beginning at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center, with select stops in Kahului, Wailuku and Waihe’e. The route will operate five times per day at 7:15 a.m., 10:15 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.
Also, changes to the Kula Villager route #39 will reduce service throughout the day and eliminate service to Makawao. However, the route will now provide direct service to Kahului. The revised Kula Islander route #39 will begin at 5:56 a.m. in Keokea, operating every three hours with the last bus at 8:56 p.m.
 * Please see the routes for more details.

Riders are also able to track their bus in real-time and get arrival predictions using the NEW Maui Bus app, available on iOS and Android or at mauibus.org.
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Maui Bus ADA Paratransit Program

Our ADA paratransit service is an advance reservation, curb-to-curb service for persons with disabilities who are unable to use the regular fixed route public transit service.

Maui Bus Commuter Service

The Maui Bus Commuter service is designed for early morning and evening commuters. This service augments the existing Maui Bus service; it does not replace it.

This service consists of four commuter routes, all operated by Roberts Hawaii. The routes are the Haiku-Wailea Commuter, Makawao-Kapalua Commuter, Wailuku-Kapalua Commuter, And the Kihei-Kapalua Commuter.

MEO Human Services Transportation

Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc. (MEO) operates Human Services Transportation under a grant from the County of Maui. With this grant, MEO provides needed services to Maui County's low-income, elderly, persons with disabilities, medically needy, youth and children, other disadvantaged persons, persons with employment related scenarios, and the general public.

Fares - Effective July 1, 2013

The fare is $2.00 per boarding. Daily and monthly passes are also available.

Maui Bus Interior Advertising Program

The County of Maui has launched its first transit advertising program aboard the Maui Bus with plans for interior bus ads as part of a pilot program. This program is being managed by Stone Jetty Advertising.