Maui Regional ITS Architecture

ITS Stakeholders

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The Maui Regional ITS Architecture resulted from the consensus input of a diverse set of stakeholders, encompassing traffic, public safety, public transportation and other modes, special events, and many other stakeholders at the local and state levels. It includes both public and private sectors and spans the organizations that develop, operate, maintain, and depend on the surface transportation system.

This page contains a list (in alphabetical order) of the stakeholders that develop, operate, maintain, and/or depend on the ITS services. Each stakeholder has a hotlink to a definition of the stakeholder and a list of that stakeholder's specific ITS elements (if any).

County of Maui - Civil Defense Agency The County of Maui Civil Defense Agency is responsible for administering and operating the various local, state, and federal civil defense programs for the county. This includes planning, preparing and coordinating civil defense operations in meeting disaster situations and coordinating post-disaster recovery options. In addition, the County of Maui Civil Defense operates the County of Maui Emergency Operations Center (EOC).
County of Maui Data Warehouse Stakeholder This generic stakeholder represents a future agency or agencies responsible for the Maui Data Warehouse.
County of Maui Department of Fire and Public Safety The Department of Fire and Public Safety provides emergency and non-emergency service for the islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe, and the surrounding waters. The Department has 14 fire stations throughout the County of Maui.
County of Maui Department of Management IT Services The Information Technology Services Division (ITSD) serves as the central information technology agency for the County of Maui. The ITS Services Division assists the County's departments and agencies in the use of computer technology to achieve their goals and objectives.
County of Maui Department of Public Works The County of Maui Public Works Administration directs and oversees the three operating divisions in the Department of Public Works: Development Services Administration, Engineering Division, and Highways Division. The mission of Public Works is to protect the health, safety, property and environment of the public by developing and operating County infrastructure and administering its building codes.
County of Maui Department of Transportation The County of Maui Department of Transportation is responsible for planning and implementing all modes of transportation in the County of Maui, including those in the air and those on the water and land. In addition, it is responsible for planning and developing an efficient program to facilitate the rapid, safe, and economical movement of people and goods in the County of Maui. Finally, the department is responsible for coordinating transportation programs in the County of Maui with other county departments and with agencies of the state and federal government.
County of Maui Police Department The mission of the Maui Police Department is to serve the community in a manner that epitomizes those ideals woven into the fabric of the Constitution of the United States and the Spirit of Aloha.
Event Promoters This generic stakeholder represents local bodies that promote events.
Hawaii Department of Transportation - Airports Division, Maui District The Hawaii Department of Transportation, Airports Division, Maui District (HDOT-AIR-M) manages, operates, and maintains all State airports on the islands of Maui, Lanai, and Molokai in conformity with State and Federal laws, requirements, and has responsibility for all aspects of airport operations including fire, security, and parking, etc. HDOT-AIR-M is not responsible for Homeland Security.
Hawaii Department of Transportation - Harbors Division, Maui District The Hawaii Department of Transportation, Harbors Division, Maui District (HDOT-HAR-M) manages, operates, and maintains all commercial State harbors on the island of Maui, Lanai, and Molokai. HDOT-HAR-M manages harbors at Kahului, Hana, Kaunakakai, and Kaumalapau.
Hawaii Department of Transportation - Highways Division The Hawaii Department of Transportation, Highways Division (HDOT-HWY) plans, designs, and supervises the construction and maintenance of the State Highway System.
Hawaii Department of Transportation - Highways Division, Maui District The Hawaii Department of Transportation, Highways Division, Maui District performs for the islands of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai 1) engineering services and field inspections of transportation construction projects in conformance with approved plans and specifications and 2) maintenance, alteration and repair roads, highways, and related structures.
Hawaii Emergency Management Agency The State of Hawaii Emergency Management Agency (HIEMA) leads the State of Hawaii in the preparation for, response to, and recovery from disasters and emergencies. It works to save lives, protect property and protect infrastructure. HIEMA is responsible for standing up and operating State Emergency Operations Center (EOC), collecting information, organizing it and providing it to senior leaders to make decisions.
Hawaii Health Systems Corporation Hawaii Health Systems Corporation (HHSC) is a public benefit corporation of government of the State of Hawaii which owns and operates hospitals and care facilities in the County of Maui.
Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau Hawaii Visitors Convention Bureau (HVCB) is the marketing organization contracted to HTA with responsibility for the US market. The HVCB is a private, non-profit membership organization with island chapters on Kauai, Maui, Oahu, and Hawaii. Each of these reports to the HVCB; each has a seat at its respective County EOC.
Local Media This generic stakeholder represents owners/operators of communications media, including television, radio, and newspapers.
Medical Transportation Entity responsible for providing emergency and non-emergency medical transportation in the County of Maui. This is provided by a private company which is contracted statewide to provide these services.
NOAA The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Responsible for weather reports and weather-related disaster alerts.
Pacific Disaster Center The Pacific Disaster Center (PDC) is responsible for data collection and observation systems, computing, impact modeling and risk assessment, visualization and information and communication systems to empower decision makers, disaster management professionals and the public.
Private Sector Traveler Information Services This generic stakeholder represents private traveler and transportation information service providers.
Private Travelers This generic stakeholder represents the general public, including passengers and travelers.
The American Red Cross The American Red Cross is a nonprofit providing disaster relief to those in need.

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