HDOT

AcronymDefinition
HDOTHawaii Department of Transportation
HDOTHolocaust Denial on Trial
HDOTHonolulu Department of Transportation (Hawaii)
HDOTInertial Vertical Speed (aviation)
HDOTHigh Dose Oxygen Therapy
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Similarly, management of Hawaii's airports division (another division of HDOT, airport system revenue bonds rated 'A+' and subordinate COPs 'A' with a Stable Outlook) has confirmed to Fitch that, to date, there has been no disruption to air service at either of the airports on Hawaii Island (Ellison Onizuka International Airport at Keahole and Hilo International Airport), and that there has been no structural damage to either facility.
For more information on Hawaii's Statewide Pedestrian Master Plan, visit HDOT's Web site at http://bidot.hawaii.gov.
Skyline Products Regional Sales Manager, Adam Lyons, comments, "Skyline is very excited about winning the contract with HDOT and we look forward to providing them with highly reliable Dynamic Message Signs that will stand up to the unique environment in Hawaii and lower their overall costs by providing the lowest-maintenance DMS in the industry."
The HDOT had recognized the site as unstable for over ten years, but opted not to repair due to budget constraints.
HDOT's media campaign supported Hawaii's existing county ordinances banning the use of mobile electronic devices while driving.
HDOT conducted extensive public outreach, however, and a followup survey of 165 area residents and businesses revealed that 75 percent of respondents were in favor of or had no problem with the project.
The administrator of the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) Highways Division, Perry Manthos, responds by saying, "It is actually a road to two somewheres."
Interstate route H-3 is part of the Hawaii Department of Transportation's (HDOT) integrated long range transportation plan to accommodate the island's growing population.