As of 2019, O‘ahu has 211 miles of bikeways. The existing bicycle network is primarily comprised of three types of bicycle facilities: shared use paths, conventional bike lanes, and shared roadways. Learn about those types of bike infrastructure, bike boxes, two-stage turn queues and more!
On a City street and see something that needs to be addressed? Whether it’s reporting a pothole, broken streetlight, illegal dumping, or overgrown roadway, this free smartphone app from the C&C of Honolulu gives you the power to enact change by alerting the City what & where the issue is, and actually getting it fixed.
Complete Streets are streets that work for everyone, safely moving people while balancing the needs of all roadway users, such as pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and motorists. Complete streets are safe, convenient, and accessible for all, regardless of how one gets around, age, or ability.