Bus Service & Schedule 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.
War Memorial Stadium Commuter Parking Relocation
Effective Monday, February 3, 2020, the War Memorial Stadium commuter parking will be temporarily relocated to the U-Haul parking lot, at the former K-Mart facility. The address is listed as 424 Dairy Road. As you enter the U-Haul facility, please park your vehicle on the left side of the parking lot, closer to Costco.
The Parks & Recreation Department is re-surfacing the entire stadium parking lot, and this project is expected to last approximately (8) months, until the end of September.
Please note, the commuter bus will not be servicing the Waikapu area during this period.
Reduced Fare Rates for Fixed Routes
Effective Monday, July 1, 2019, the Maui Bus will offer reduced single boarding fares of $1.00 for fixed route service. This reduced rate will be available for Seniors (55 Years & Older), Paratransit Eligible & Person with a Disability (with Pertinent Valid ID), and Medicare Card Holders.
Seniors 55 years and older will need to show a valid ID displaying their date of birth. Paratransit eligible persons will need to show a valid Paratransit ID card. Persons with a disability will need to show their valid persons with a disability fixed route ID card. Medicare card holders will need to show their valid Medicare card.
|Maui Bus Reinstates Two Routes|
|Effective Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Two Maui Bus fixed routes will be reinstated effective July 1, 2020, the County of Maui Department of Transportation announced.
Those reinstated routes are:
* Wailuku Reverse #2
* Kahului Reverse #6
|The routes were suspended because of a drop in ridership due to COVID-19.|
|The following routes will still remain suspended until further notice:
* Kihei Villager #15
* Kaʻanapali Islander #25
|In accordance with Mayor Michael Victorino’s Public Health Emergency Order regarding the wearing of face masks or coverings, the department would like to remind the riding public that the use of face masks or coverings is required when boarding as well as while riding the bus.
Due to COVID-19, bus passes are no longer available from the dispatcher at the Queen Kaʻahumanu Shopping Center transit hub. All cash transactions for purchase of bus passes must be purchased from the bus drivers.
Maui Bus general fares are $2 per boarding and $4 for a daily pass. Monthly passes are also available.
For more information, call 270-7511 or send email to PublicTransit. Follow us on Instagram at @themauibus.
|The Maui Bus has implemented changes to existing bus routes as follows:||Updated Schedules|
|West Maui Islander Route #28
Effective: Saturday, October 3, 2020
The West Maui Islander will return to the normal route schedule back into Kapalua. To view the regular bus schedule effective October 3rd, go to https://www.mauicounty.gov/bus.
|Kihei Islander Route #10 Detour Update
Effective: Thursday, July 2, 2020
The Kihei Islander Route #10 will begin normal routing on Thursday, July 2, 2020.
The Kihei Villager Route #15 continues to be suspended until further notice, due to the current COVID-19 situation.
The complimentary private shuttle service, provided by the commercial property will end their service effective Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 9:15PM. Riders are encouraged to use the Kihei Islander Route #10 service on S. Kihei Road.
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.