Today the name Hana Highway refers to the 68 mile long stretch of Hawaii state routes 36 and 360 that connects Kahului in east Maui with Hana.  It is the curvy nature and one-lane bridges of the highway that have made the road a famous visitor attraction.  Although the distance from Kahului to Hana is only fifty miles, the drive can take up to three and a half hours, even with no stops.  Interestingly, all but one of the original bridges is still in place.  Only one was so badly damaged by erosion that it had to be replaced by a steel bailey bridge brought in by the Army Corps of Engineers.  In August of 2000 the Hana Highway was officially re-named the Hana Mellenium Legacy Trail by president Bill Clinton, and Paia designated as the first stop. This is where Hana picnic Co. is located.