Shuttle offers new registration process

A “Da Bee” shuttle bus makes a stop to pick up passengers on Wells Street in Wailuku. COUNTY OF MAUI / SHANE TEGARDEN photo

Maui County announced Wednesday that it is rolling out a new streamlined registration process for riding Da Bee, its shuttle system in Wailuku.

Effective immediately, shuttle riders no longer need to register online to ride Da Bee. Instead, they can jump on any of the shuttles and fill out a quick rider pass form that can be obtained from the driver or downloaded in advance at wailukulive.com/ dabee. They will receive a Da Bee rider card that they can then show whenever they ride the shuttle.

Da Bee launched in October 2020 as a way to offer free transportation to commuters working in Wailuku while cutting down on traffic during the Wailuku Town Improvements Project, which includes road upgrades and a new four-level parking structure.

Routes include stops in Wailuku along with temporary parking at Maui Lani Safeway and Wells Park. Shuttles run Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

For Da Bee shuttle routes and schedules, visit wailukulive.com/dabee.


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