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The city has plans to remove 45 crosswalks deemed unsafe instead of making them safer. But pedestrians can still legally cross at those spots.
The city aims to start installing technology that can detect traffic congestion on some of Oahu’s more than 820 lights next year.
Popular urban planner Jeff Speck is in town to discuss ways to improve mobility across our crowded congested island.
UPDATED: The poorly designed highway presents lots of risks to pedestrians — too few crosswalks and sidewalks, narrow shoulders, no medians and speeding cars.
“Honestly, if I can do this anybody can,” longtime local cyclist and cancer survivor Lynn Bailey says of traversing Oahu’s bustling street and highway grid.
The urban community has “a small-town vibe” where people love to walk. But that doesn’t mean they’re safe.
Hawaii’s rural drivers, already burdened with higher costs to drive, think a mileage tax would hit them the hardest. Actually, they’d benefit.
We asked local drivers to help us identify some of the most hazardous places where two or more roads come together in Honolulu.
When it comes to some of Oahu’s worst street designs, our fates were sealed more than a century ago.
With the right design, walkers and cyclists can coexist on the Capitol grounds. Legislators, however, are pushing for an outright ban.
Spreading the car trips around could make the rush hour a bit smoother. But getting schools and employers to buy in isn’t always easy.