The Island of Hawaii Mile Marker Map is now back online and all updates have been published. (Details in the post)
Published by: HIRSC - Hawaii Island (Hilo) Team
HIRSC Founder and Administrator Benjamin Agdeppa announce that the Island of Hawaii Mile Marker Map is now back online for the public to view and the following major updates and also changes have been made to the map:
Fixed an access issue on the online version (now readily available to the public)
Low Clearance Bridge Heights have been added with the height of each indicated on the traffic sign icon.
Route Number on Highway 180 (Mamalahoa Highway) in Holualoa was added to all.
Traffic Signal Graphic Updated (Image of the new graphic in the slideshow)
Traffic Signs have been updated/cleaned up
All Mile Marker Graphics underwent a makeover/cleaned up
Eliminated some mile marker graphics (particularly the .5 mile markers) to help reduce clutter. Will add to the map once the mile marker is officially added.
Some mile markers on the map have been properly realigned to the roadway.
Scenic Routes labeled in Lime Green Color and also has an image of landscape or sign indicating scenic route significance.
Local Landmarks have been shaded in Blue polygon
Closed/Off-Limits Points are shaded in Red polygon
Road Landmarks are shaded in Yellow
Streams/Rivers Lines have been updated/realigned
Some Major (Open to the Public) Trails on Hawaii Island have been added to the map and the level of difficulty has been listed in the description. Some trails are being added and the level of difficulty in the description will be added as well.
We would like to thank everyone for their continued patience and understanding while this work was being completed. Again, a big mahalo goes to Ben for his continued hard work and dedication to keep this available to the public to access and use.
Any request, please email us, and will we forward it to Ben to review for addition to the map.
Ben has received a request to do one for the Island of Maui, Lāna'i, and Moloka'i and is currently evaluating the undertaking task required to complete that tri-island request and also project. We will let you folks know when he starts and completes that task. This map will be separate from the Island of Hawaii map.
To access the online version of the Island of Hawaii Mile Marker map, please click here.
For the KML/KMZ file for the Google Earth app on Windows and Mac OS, please email us in the email above and we will forward the file over to you.