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Posted on: April 27, 2021

County of Maui announces Wailuku Town Municipal Parking Lot closure starting May 3

The County of Maui Department of Management announces the closure of the Municipal Parking Lot in Wailuku due to construction of the new four-level parking structure starting May 3, 2021. A list of parking areas and free shuttle transportation to/from Wailuku Town can be found at

“I thank our Wailuku businesses, residents and visitors for their patience and understanding,” Mayor Michael Victorino said. “With more convenient parking and other upgrades, it will be well worth the wait.”

When complete, the new parking structure will double the amount of the current Municipal Parking Lot to 428 stalls. Construction is slated for completion June 2022.

A summary of where people can park and ride to/from Wailuku is as follows:

Wells Park Temporary Parking Lot (includes free shuttle transportation) 

  • This temporary parking lot accommodates 90 stalls and is ADA accessible
  • Location: Enter parking lot via Kinipopo Street off Wells Street
  • Open: 7 days a week, 12-hour parking
  • Cost: Free parking and transportation on Da Bee shuttles (Route C)
  • To sign up to ride Da Bee, visit

Maui Lani Safeway (includes free shuttle transportation) 

  • Location: 58 Maui Lani Parkway in Wailuku (across from Baldwin High School) 
  • Open: Parking and shuttle service on Da Bee available 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. Shuttle arrives at each stop every 15 minutes.
  • Cost: Free parking and transportation on Da Bee shuttles (Route A) 
  • To sign up to ride Da Bee, visit

Street Parking and Passenger Drop Off Locations in Wailuku Town 

  • A limited number of street and/or metered parking is available throughout Wailuku. 
  • Signs indicate the length of time you can park. 
  • Two passenger drop-off locations on N. Market Street are also offered.

Iao Theater Parking Lot

  • A limited number of stalls are located in this parking lot. 
  • Location: Entrance is off E. Vineyard Street. 
  • Open: 12-hour parking available, 7 days a week
  • Cost: Free parking

Free transportation with stops in Wailuku and Kehalani is also available on Da Bee shuttle’s Route B. Shuttle runs 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. It arrives at each stop every 15 minutes. To sign up to ride Da Bee, visit

For the information on parking, shuttles and the latest updates on the Wailuku Town Improvement projects, visit

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