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Below are comments submitted from people who sign the online petition (updated weekly - Last Update 8/16/2011). This helps the community understand the cause


Waialae Ave is a direct route to Chaminade, UH Manoa, and many schools. The safe bike access is a long overdue need. Now is the perfect time to include clearly defined bikeways.

We should be clearly building bike lanes island wide for all to enjoy not rail that will be serving a few. It is shameful we have not led by example.

Honolulu should have bike lanes throughout the city that are separated from the traffic. If this was the case, many more people would ride thier bikes to work cutting down on traffic congestion and polution.

Long overdue.

Let's show them what a community should be!

Addition of bike lanes to Waialae Avenue will help keep our atmosphere cleaner, and encourage healthy exercise for everyone. Let's encourage bike riding in Honolulu.

We are moving to a new future. Kaimuki has led in being a model small town. A good bike way system is a key element in the small town design. Imua Kaikuki!

It's time for everyone to start biking more and to make biking safer! We've got to start traveling smart!

Enough with the car culture. Kaimuki is a "community" neighborhood meant to enjoy not simply an extension of H-1.. The freeway mentality on Harding Avenue and Waialae is terrible and with the road widening at 11th and Harding it will only increase the danger that exists for pedestrians especially. Has ANYBODY ever seen a motorist get a speeding ticket on either Avenue. I sure haven't. Slow down and give cyclists and pedestrians a brake.

Bicycling is a real alternative to driving a car. You can ride all year round here in Hawaii. It's a great way to stay healthy, and keep health insurance cost down throughtout the state as a whole. Now we need to fix the other end of the health insurance spectrum by educating vehical drivers and providing safe areas to ride.

would be a leading edge solution to traffic problems and health initiatives

As a member of Hawaii Bicycling League and an avid cyclist, i am happy to see some political action on this issue. Is about time. SHARE THE ROAD. :)

Much safer for all to have bike lane

Please install actual bike lanes. Waialae Avenue is a dangerous enough street as it is.

We need these improvements simply because Waialae Ave. is such a significant thoroughfare, and has how many schools?

Lets begin the planning for comprehensive redevelopment along Waialae ave.

Please add a viable bike lane on Waialae Avenue as it's healthy, safer for bicyclists, encourages motorists to be more aware of the bicycles on the road and is the right thing to do on this beautiful island in terms of multi-transportation modes.

My husband bikes to work every day and is very cautious but I worry about his safety. Please make Honolulu and more bike friendly town.

I would be happy to bike everywhere with my kids if there were bike lanes to do so. I just don't feel safe biking on the roads without separate lanes. PLEASE give this serious consideration.

Truly a more comprehensive approach has to be taken to safely effect Waialae Avenue with bike lanes; consistently and pothole less streets, turnouts for buses, tickets for speeders (cars and mopeds) and perhaps a better H-1 traffic entry from the 20,000+ students and faculty that stream out of U.H. Manoa, Chaminade as well as secondary schools in the area. Traffic flow could be greatly improved in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th street areas with one way streets engaged which might create a better flow for pedestrians and cyclists.

Riding a bike in Honolulu is dangerous. It's long past time to make this island bicycle friendly!

I live within 3 miles of my work and would love to bike to work, but the roads are just too dangerous for it. Please add bike lanes to ensure the safety of bicyclists.

We need safe places for my family to ride in our neighborhood.

we need bike lanes everywhere on this island. the climate is so supportive of riding.

This is a very important issue for the future of Honolulu.

I am currently serving on the St. Louis-Kapahulu-Diamond Head Neighborhood Board and will advocate for this project on behalf of these residents who have also called for implementation of the dedicated bike lanes.

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