The public transportation in Maui provides service on the most popular areas of the island. The service consists of public buses and there are thirteen major routes which travel to the central, south and west areas of Maui. The Upcountry Highlander and Haiku Islander routes stop at the Kahului Airport, but there are luggage restrictions so it is advisable to check the limitations before you board. All bus services on Maui run seven days a week, including Sundays and holidays. 

As of 2013, the fares for riding on all routes within the public bus system in Maui range $2 each way, regardless of destination. Transfers are only allowed on the four additional commuter services, which run during peak times in mornings and evenings and are one-way only. Monthly and daily passes are available and can be used on both the regular and commuter routes.

In addition to the bus system within the main part of Maui , there is also a rural shuttle service available which usually runs three times a week, as well as two interisland ferry services that travel between Maui and Lana’i and Maui and Moloka’i. 

The Whales Village Shopping Center also has a free shuttle bus that runs regularly throughout the day.

Schedules and more information about all of these transportation systems is located on the website for the Maui County Department of Transportation: http://www.co.maui.hi.us under 'Bus Service Information'.

 

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