Lihu‘e bus shelters serve different routes

LIHU‘E — The Kaua‘i Bus has started serving its two newest bus shelters on Eiwa Street in Lihu‘e.

There are now a total of four The Kaua‘i Bus shelters on Eiwa Street at the Lihu‘e Civic Center. Each shelter is clearly labeled with its respective bus route numbers. Passengers are advised to ensure they are waiting at the proper shelter prior for bus arrivals.

The following bus shelters and coordinating bus routes are listed below, beginning with the shelter closest to Hardy Street, and ending with the shelter closest to Rice Street:

First shelter

• Route 800 (Wailua to Lihu‘e);

• Route 850 (Lihu‘e to Wailua);

• Paratransit pick-ups and drop-offs

Second shelter

• Route 200 (Lihu‘e to Kekaha);

• Route 400 (Hanalei to Lihu‘e);

Third shelter

• Route 70 (Lihu‘e shuttle);

Fourth shelter

• Route 100 (Kekaha to Lihu‘e);

• Route 500 (Lihu‘e to Hanalei).

All passengers are reminded to observe COVID-19 safety protocols, which includes wearing face masks properly at all times while on The Kaua‘i Bus and at bus stops.

2 Comments
  1. randy kansas March 17, 2021 6:04 am Reply

    last week, we observed the Kauai bus driving through the hardware store parking lot on Rice Street…….Is that part of the normal route?


    1. RGLadder37 March 17, 2021 9:06 pm Reply

      Good point. License revoked. It was probably in park. Then he automatically shifted in gear, then it turned right on Rice Street. Too late. Slammed right into the cement structure. And the damage to the building?


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