Interstate H-1

The Interstate H-1 (short H-1) is an interstate highway in the state of Hawaii in the United States. It begins at the Hawaii State Route 93 in Kapolei and ends in Kahala at the Hawaii State Route 72 east The portion of the Exit 19B Interstate Lunalilo Freeway and west of Exit Queen Liliuokalani Freeway called. The H-1 is the westernmost interstate highway in the United States.


The Interstate H- 1 was the first freeway, which was built on the islands of Hawaii. The section that runs through the city of Honolulu, was opened in 1953 under the name Mauka Arterial. As Hawaii 1959 State of the United States, was awarded the Road Interstate designation. Only the newly built sections also correspond to the freeway standard of the United States, which is the German highways comparable with the.

Major cities

  • Waianae (via the Hawaii State Route 93)
  • Honolulu

Shuttle and Workarounds

  • Interstate H -201 - also known as the Moanalua Freeway.