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This petition pushes for the implementation of actual bike lanes along Waialae Avenue.
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Since 2006, when the Honolulu City Charter was amended to include making the city a bike-friendly place, there have been calls to implement bike lanes along Waialae Ave. However since that time, the Oahu Bike Plan (PDF link on right) is still in it's draft stage pending approval.

With the current plans of resurfacing Waialae Avenue (along 4th Avenue to 17th Avenue), the roads will only include shared lane marking or "sharrows"(a bike symbol painted on the road to tell bikers that they may use a full lane if there is little room for a car to pass safely). But actual bike lanes are much safer for bikers and would help to make Kaimuki a bike-friendly community.

Please sign our petition to let the Honolulu Department of Transportation Services (DOT) know that the Kaimuki community is calling for the implementation of bike lanes along Waialae Avenue.

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Cycle Manoa and AARP held a sign-waving and rally on Waialae Ave, near the Hawaii Bicycle League office in Kaimuki, Honolulu to call attention to the need to reconsider the City's plans to repave and restripe without "completing the street."
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