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Interstate H-2


Interstate H-2

Interstate H-2 marker

Interstate H-2
Veterans' Memorial Freeway
Route information
Maintained by HDOT
Length: 8.33 mi[1] (13.41 km)
Existed: 1976/1977 – present
Major junctions
South end: H-1 in Pearl City
North end: Route 99 in Wahiawā
Highway system

Routes in Hawaii

H-1 H-3

Interstate H-2 (abbreviated H-2) is an intrastate Interstate Highway located on the island of O‘ahu in Hawai‘i, USA. H-2 is also known as the Veterans Memorial Freeway. Despite the number, this is a north–south interstate, the 'H'-series (for Hawaii) numbering reflects the order in which routes were funded and built. Its southern terminus is at Interstate H-1 in Pearl City, and its northern terminus is at Wilikina Drive (Wahiawa Bypass) (Route 99) in Wahiawā near Schofield Barracks and Wheeler Army Airfield.

Route description

H-2 Freeway Wahiawa (north) bound near Mililani.

Interstate H-2 begins at the Waiawa Interchange at Interstate H-1. The highway heads north/south with four lanes in each direction, passing the Waipio neighborhood of Waipahu and through the city of Mililani. At this point the highway narrows for its final three miles (5 km) as it reaches its terminus in Wahiawa, near Wheeler Army Airfield and Schofield Barracks.

Exit list

The entire route is in Honolulu County.

Location mi[2] km Exit Destinations Notes
Pearl City 0.00 0.00 1A H-1 east – Honolulu Left exit; southbound exit and northbound entrance
1B H-1 west – Waianae, Pearl City Southbound exit and northbound entrance
Waipio 2.12 3.41 2 Ka Uka Boulevard Waipio
Mililani 5.19 8.35 5 Meheula Parkway – Mililani Signed as exits 5A and 5B northbound
6.56 10.56 7 Leilehua Golf Course Road – Mililani Tech Park To Route 99 south; northbound exit and southbound entrance
Wahiawa 7.28 11.72 8 Route 99 north – Wahiawa Southbound exit only
7.49 12.05 8 Route 80 north – Wahiawa Northbound exit only
  8.33 13.41 9 Kamehameha Highway (Route 99) Southbound exit and northbound entrance; H-2 continues north as Wilikina Drive (Wahiawa Bypass), Route 99
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ Route Log - Main Routes of the Eisenhower National System Of Interstate and Defense Highways - Table 1
  2. ^ Street Atlas USA (Map) (Toggle Measure Tool ed.).  
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