There are 793 miles of roads that lack sidewalks on Oahu and it would cost $1.15 billion to build all those sidewalks, the city’s Department of Transportation Services recently disclosed.

That’s a lot of sidewalks, so we’ve broken the data up by the city’s nine City Council districts.

Use the maps below to see the missing sidewalks across City Council districts.

City Council District 1

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City Council District 2

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City Council District 3

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City Council District 4

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City Council District 5

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City Council District 6

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City Council District 7

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City Council District 8

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City Council District 9

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