“Lei of Parks” is a system of paths and bike lanes linking the City’s regional and local parks, as well as attractions. It is categorized as a multi-use network for different types of users (pedestrians, bicyclists, runners...). It will go from Diamond Head to Aloha Tower and focus mainly on the urban areas of Honolulu. The Lei will span 14.9 miles and include 24 separate segments. Once completed, it will attract both tourists and residents.

Find the entire Honolulu Bicycle Master Plan in PDF here, including more information on the Lei of Parks project and maps of concerned areas. These projects are currently underway.

Below is a map of the Lei of Parks concept plan: