Honolulu’s first major bikeshare system says it’s finally turning a corner on some of its pandemic-era adversity.
It would be a simple solution to help reduce neighbor-island traffic — and make life better for the locals there, a UH economist says.
But Biki still faces steep hurdles recovering from the pandemic, including a spike in vandalized and damaged bikes.
With a new city audit out there’s plenty of talk about the bike-share’s costs. What’s missing is a similar examination of its community benefits.
UPDATED: Local developers are pushing back against an ambitious bill aimed to make Honolulu’s urban design more walkable.
The growing number of walkers, joggers and bicyclists on Oahu shows that residents are eager for any way to get outdoors.
COVID-19 has more Honolulu residents out walking. ‘Quick Build’ projects could keep it that way.
Nearly a decade ago, headlines about the city having the worst congestion helped sell rail. But that ranking has plunged.