sub-tacs

General Information

Eight Sub-TAC working groups will provide focused technical input on various aspects of Honolulu Harbor, including cargo operations, vessel operations, maritime support, adaptation and resiliency, cruise and excursion operations, environment, fishing industry, and non-maritime opportunities. Sub-TACs will help identify existing and future conditions, issues and opportunities regarding infrastructure, operations and other aspects of Honolulu Harbor and will help evaluate various conceptual ideas for harbor improvements. The input provided by the Sub-TACs will be used by the project planning team to formulate preliminary alternatives for the Honolulu Harbor 2050 Master Plan.


Topics

View presentations, meeting minutes, and other resources by Sub-TAC topic.

CARGO OPERATIONS

Identify existing and future conditions, issues, needs, opportunities and recommendations to improve terminal infrastructure and operations for autos, RO-RO (roll-on roll-off), neo-bulk, LCL (less-than-container load), dry bulk, project cargos, and liquid bulk / fuel operations.

 

Cargo Operations Page →

 

vessel operations

Identify existing and future conditions, issues, needs, opportunities and recommendations to improve navigation, berthing, safety and security.

 

Vessel Operations Page →

maritime support

Identify existing and future conditions, issues, needs, opportunities and recommendations for maritime support services including, but not limited to ship building and repair, maritime construction, salvage, spill response, tug operations, vessel outfitting and provisioning, water taxis and other services that support commercial maritime operations.

 

Maritime Support Page →

adaptation & resiliency

Identify existing and future conditions, issues, needs, opportunities and recommendations for improvements to infrastructure and operations in order to prepare and adapt to climate change and recover from natural disasters.

 

Adaptation & Resiliency Page →

Cruise & excursion operations

Identify existing and future conditions, issues, needs, opportunities and recommendations to improve maritime and landside infrastructure and operations in order to accommodate emerging trends and future demands in the cruise industry and associated services.

 

Cruise & Excursion Operations Page →

environment

Identify existing environmental and health regulations that will inform the development of alternatives for all Sub-TACs. Identify existing and future conditions, issues, needs, opportunities and recommendations to meet biosecurity needs and to improve and protect environmental conditions in the harbor.

 

Environment Page →

 

fishing industry

Identify existing and future conditions, issues, needs, opportunities and recommendations to improve safety, security and operational efficiencies for the commercial fishing fleet and associated services.

 

Fishing Industry Page →

non-maritime opportunities

Identify appropriate location(s) for non-maritime opportunities. Develop recommendations for enhancing and improving the public interface with Honolulu Harbor to support culture / history, education, multi-modal transportation, and revenue diversification.

 

Non-Maritime Opportunities Page →


Meeting Locations


Meeting Schedule

Each Sub-TAC working group will meet between 1 to 3 times, depending on the complexity of the subjects. Tentative dates and locations have been selected and are listed below by Sub-TAC category. Meetings are tentatively scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (except for meeting #2 for the Cruise Operations Sub-TAC). If desired, attendees are welcome to stay later to continue discussions. Download the PDF version of the schedule.

Cycle one

  • Resiliency and Adaptation on 9/6/18 (Thursday) at HMCC.

  • Environment on 9/10/18 (Monday) at HMCC.

  • Fishing Operations on 9/14/18 (Friday) at POP.

  • Non-Maritime Operations on 9/18/18 (Tuesday) at HMCC.

  • Cargo Operations on 9/19/18 (Wednesday) at HMCC.

  • Cruise and Excursion Operations on 9/20/18 (Thursday) at METC.

  • Vessel Operations & Maritime Support on 9/26/18 (Wednesday) at METC.

cycle two

  • Environment on 10/9/18 (Tuesday) at FTB.

  • Resiliency and Adaptation on 10/15/18 (Monday) at HMCC.

  • Non-Maritime Opportunities on 10/17/18 (Wednesday) at HMCC.

  • Vessel Operations & Maritime Support on 10/18/18 (Thursday) at METC.

  • Cargo Operations on 10/23/18 (Tuesday) at HMCC.

  • Cruise and Excursion Operations - TBD November.

cycle three

  • Non-Maritime Opportunities on 11/5/18 (Monday) at HMCC.

  • Resiliency and Adaptation on 11/7/18 (Wednesday) at HMCC.

  • Cargo Operations on 11/8/18 (Thursday) at HMCC.

  • TBD Sub-TAC (if needed) on 11/9/18 (Friday) at HMCC.