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September 2022

Thursday, September 15

Neighborhood Parking Zones Are Still Not Being Set Up. Here’s Why

July 2022

Friday, July 29

TheBus Is Trying To Recover Riders Lost During The Pandemic. Why Not Cut Fares?

October 2021

Monday, October 11

Biki Is Bouncing Back From Covid-Era Vandalism, Ridership Woes

June 2021

Tuesday, June 22

Tourists Are Back In Force On Hana Highway. Why Not Charge Them?

Tuesday, June 8

Hawaii’s Rental Car Crisis Is Sending More Riders To Biki And TheBus

January 2021

Friday, January 8

Here’s Why You Can’t Judge Honolulu’s Bike-Share Program On Public Costs Alone

October 2020

Thursday, October 1

What’s Stalling The Effort To Update Honolulu’s Parking Policies?

August 2020

Sunday, August 30

Honolulu Closed Its Parks And Beaches For COVID-19. Why Not Open Access To Streets?

July 2020

Wednesday, July 1

Pedestrians In Hawaii Need More Space. Here’s How To Give It To Them

April 2020

Saturday, April 11

How Honolulu Lost Its Top Ranking For The Nation’s Worst Traffic

Tuesday, April 7

Oahu Traffic Is Gone, For All The Wrong Reasons

February 2020

Thursday, February 13

Honolulu Is A Top Potential Market For E-Scooters — But They’re Still A Year Away

January 2020

Wednesday, January 29

Can Fixing Parking Rules Make Honolulu More Affordable?

Friday, January 3

TheBus Redux: A City Transit Leader Responds To Riders’ Questions

November 2019

Monday, November 18

Honolulu Traffic Is Terrible. So Why Aren’t More People Riding TheBus?

September 2019

Thursday, September 26

Honolulu Is Slashing Crosswalks As It Touts Pedestrian Friendly Policies

Wednesday, September 18

Honolulu’s Poorly Timed Traffic Signals Aren’t Very Smart

Monday, September 9

Jeff Speck: Making Honolulu More Walkable And Livable

July 2019

Monday, July 29

Navigating Waikiki, The Wild West Of Oahu Traffic

Monday, July 22

Farrington Highway Is A Lifeline — And A Big Hazard — For Leeward Residents

Monday, July 1

How Do You Make Bike Commuting Work On Oahu? Start At 4:30 a.m.

June 2019

Thursday, June 13

Makiki Is A Scary Place For Pedestrians In Honolulu’s ‘Car Culture’

April 2019

Monday, April 8

Here’s Why You’ll Want To Pay For The Miles You Drive Not The Gas You Use

March 2019

Wednesday, March 27

These 10 Oahu Intersections Drive Our Readers Crazy

The Twisted History Of Honolulu Traffic Engineering

February 2019

Thursday, February 21

Banning Bikes At The Capitol Would Make Cycling On Oahu Even Harder

Friday, February 8

Want Real Traffic Relief? Give Oahu’s Students And Workers Flexible Hours

Friday, February 1

How Many More Cars Can We Cram On Oahu?

January 2019

Wednesday, January 9

What Would You Pay To Drive During Honolulu’s Rush Hour?

December 2018

Thursday, December 13

Surviving The Ride On A Not-So-Bike-Friendly Island

Neighborhood Parking Zones Are Still Not Being Set Up. Here’s Why Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Neighborhood Parking Zones Are Still Not Being Set Up. Here’s Why

Oahu residents covet neighborhood street parking, but a pilot study to manage and restrict those spaces has been stuck in limbo for five years.

TheBus Is Trying To Recover Riders Lost During The Pandemic. Why Not Cut Fares? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

TheBus Is Trying To Recover Riders Lost During The Pandemic. Why Not Cut Fares?

A sustained fare cut isn’t part of a campaign next month to boost ridership. City transportation leaders say the move could hurt Oahu’s existing bus service.

Biki Is Bouncing Back From Covid-Era Vandalism, Ridership Woes Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Biki Is Bouncing Back From Covid-Era Vandalism, Ridership Woes

Honolulu’s first major bikeshare system says it’s finally turning a corner on some of its pandemic-era adversity.

Tourists Are Back In Force On Hana Highway. Why Not Charge Them? Courtesy: Hana Highway Regulation

Tourists Are Back In Force On Hana Highway. Why Not Charge Them?

It would be a simple solution to help reduce neighbor-island traffic — and make life better for the locals there, a UH economist says.

Hawaii’s Rental Car Crisis Is Sending More Riders To Biki And TheBus Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Hawaii’s Rental Car Crisis Is Sending More Riders To Biki And TheBus

But Biki still faces steep hurdles recovering from the pandemic, including a spike in vandalized and damaged bikes.

Here’s Why You Can’t Judge Honolulu’s Bike-Share Program On Public Costs Alone Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

Here’s Why You Can’t Judge Honolulu’s Bike-Share Program On Public Costs Alone

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.

What’s Stalling The Effort To Update Honolulu’s Parking Policies? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

What’s Stalling The Effort To Update Honolulu’s Parking Policies?

UPDATED: Local developers are pushing back against an ambitious bill aimed to make Honolulu’s urban design more walkable.

Honolulu Closed Its Parks And Beaches For COVID-19. Why Not Open Access To Streets? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Honolulu Closed Its Parks And Beaches For COVID-19. Why Not Open Access To Streets?

The growing number of walkers, joggers and bicyclists on Oahu shows that residents are eager for any way to get outdoors.

Pedestrians In Hawaii Need More Space. Here’s How To Give It To Them Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

Pedestrians In Hawaii Need More Space. Here’s How To Give It To Them

COVID-19 has more Honolulu residents out walking. ‘Quick Build’ projects could keep it that way.