Although Calvin has been downgraded from a hurricane to tropical storm, the system may bring heavy rains, flooding, landslides, strong winds, high surf and large swells. Maui is expected to feel the effects of Calvin on Tuesday and Wednesday as the system passes by the island.
MEO runs a shopping shuttle from Lana‘i to West Maui on Tuesdays at no cost to participants. With the support of Maui County, MEO transports Lana’i residents to Manele Small Boat Harbor, arranges rides on the Expeditions ferry, buses them to west side businesses and brings them home.
In East Maui, MEO operates shopping shuttles on weekdays, picking up residents in Hana at 6:30 a.m., taking them to Central Maui and returning them to Hana at 3:30 p.m. The rides are offered at no charge to riders.
MEO Human Services driver Loretta Webby makes a kidney dialysis pick up in Wailuku in May. Due to storm system Calvin, MEO will be canceling shopping shuttles from Lana‘i to West Maui on Tuesday and from East Maui to Central Maui on Tuesday and Wednesday.