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Help Complete the Streets of Kaka'ako, Wednesday, November 28th at 5:30pm
If you're a resident of Kaka'ako, you probably know how bad some of the neighborhood's roads are, and just how great things could be. Between the outdoor area around Ala Moana Beach Park, and the shops, restaurants, and movie theater at Ward, there's a lot of foot traffic. While the roads around the Diamond Head side of Ward Ave. are among the smoothest in town, the streets toward downtown are a pothole-filled, sidewalk-missing mess.
If you want a better way to get to your favorite Kaka'ako spots like the Fresh Cafe and the Green House, make it happen by attending the Community Visioning Workshop on Wednesday, November 28th at 5:30pm at 461 Cooke Street. The event will involve the community in for Complete Streets in Kaka'ako.
Complete Streets are streets that consider the travel needs of everyone in the community, including pedestrians, cyclists, public transit users, and motorists. Improvements include additions like benches and public art, shading and vegetation, improved signage and street signals, walkable sidewalks, bike facilities, and bike lanes.
The State of Hawaii and the City-County of Honolulu has joined the many communities that have passed policies supporting Complete Streets (Act 54-2009, Bill 26-2012). The Hawaii Community Development Authority (HDCA) is actively planning to implement these policies by completing the streets of Kaka’ako.
For more information, visit completestreetskakaako.com. Help make Kaka'ako a more pleasant destination for everyone!