Interstate H-2 was conceived as part of the 1960 plan of freeways for Honolulu, and is designed to link Pearl Harbor (via H-1) and Wheeler AAF. Construction began in 1972 and was completed in 1975. Today, the freeway serves primarily commuters from inland Oahu to Honolulu, and has corresponding peak flows during rush hour.
Interstate H2 Guides
|Button copy guide sign that was posted for the Interstate H2 southbound entrance ramp from Ka Uka Boulevard near Waipio. In-H2 ends two miles south of the diamond interchange at I-H1 near Pearl City. 11/15/99|
11/15/99 by Jeff Royston
Page Updated 01-29-2012.