Honolulu's bike share program, Biki, launched in June 2017 and offers 1,000 bikes at 100 locations from Chinatown to Diamondhead. Biki bikes are designed to be easy to maneuver, comfortable and fun to ride, while accommodating riders of all sizes. They offer a variety of pricing options and a phone app that makes checking bikes in-and-out a simple and painless process. You can learn more at GoBiki.org.
First suggested in the 60s, the Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project (HHCTCP) was not approved until 2005 and is projected to open in three phases between 2015 and 2019. Ridership is estimated at 116,300 weekday passenger trips by year 2030. The Rail would extend from Kapolei to Ala Moana Center - a 20-mile stretch.
Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is is a type of community development that includes a mixture of housing, office, retail and/or other commercial development and amenities integrated into a walkable neighborhood and located within a half-mile of quality public transportation. TOD reduces the need to drive as most everyday necessities are in walking distance from a station. This means that many people on Oahu will be able to access their homes, work and shopping needs simply by getting on the train. Bus routes and bike paths will be carefully coordinated within the surrounding TOD areas to maximize convenient access to and from the rail. Specific design elements will also be included in TOD areas to create livable, walkable and sustainable communities. To learn more about Oahu specific TOD, visit the City and County of Honolulu's Department of Planning and Permitting website Get On Board here! (You can learn more about the Honolulu TOD by navigating through this PDF and clicking on the different topics)
Click on the map below to learn more about station details, access a travel time calculator, or watch videos of the future rail.