Coming in 2015.
Congratulations to our Hele On Kalihi t-shirt design winners: Shreena Kolone, Joel Dumot (grand prize winner), Jayden, and Allen Angala. All winners were from Farrington High School.
Video courtesy of Yamato Milner.
Approximately two miles of roadways opened up to non-motorized transportation with fun activities for the whole family. We’d like to hear your ideas! Email us at info@CycleOnHawaii.org.
Introducing a one-month complete streets demonstration including a bike corral (bike parking), bulb outs and pedestrian beacons proposed for King Street to improve the environment for cyclists and pedestrians.
For anyone who’s not familiar with complete streets, it’s a transportation policy and design approach that requires streets to be planned, designed, operated, and maintained to enable safe, convenient and comfortable travel and access for users of all ages and abilities regardless of their mode of transportation. Complete Streets allow for safe travel by those walking, bicycling, driving automobiles, riding public transportation, or delivering goods.
A cyclovia, also known as open streets, car-free days or park Sundays, is a one-day event in which roadways are closed to motorists and opened to bicyclists, pedestrians and other non-motorized transportation. The event generally includes activities such as BMX, escorted bike rides, a 5k run, bike education, aerobics and dance classes as well as informational booths about healthy living.