As many are aware, on Sunday March 24, 2024 two people riding bicycles were struck and killed while crossing Fort Weaver Road after a driver lost control of his vehicle. The following day, HBL issued a statement expressing our condolences and calling for a recommitment to Vision Zero and Complete Streets.
You can read HBL’s statement here: Ewa Beach Crash Press Release
Recent reporting by HPD, HNN, KHON2 and HPR is available at the respective links:
Since the release of HBL’s statement the names of the individuals have been made public. They are Naomi Meyers (age 62) and James Rowland (age 75). We would like to again express our sincere condolences to their families and friends.
HBL is working towards creating a safer environment for all road users and championing public policies that get us to a goal of zero traffic fatalities. As of March 28th, we have been in direct communication with the offices of Mayor Rick Blangiardi, Hawaii Transportation Director Ed Stiffen and also requested a meeting with Governor Josh Green. We are asking for a renewed commitment and greater prioritization for Vision Zero, and Complete Streets
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We will be updating our website in response to emerging developments regarding this tragic incident. 
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