At Hawaii Bicycling League, we advocate for safer streets for bicycling and for everyone. As part of our Safe Streets for All advocacy we are pushing for red light enforcement cameras that will make our intersections (the most dangerous parts of our streets) safer for everyone. Please join us in supporting SB663 to make our […]
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Update (2/8/19) The Transportation Committee passed HB857 at their 2/8/19 hearing. Thank you to the 41 of you that submitted testimony in opposition – this was definitely heard. While acknowledging the testimony in opposition and concern, the committee elected to move the bill forward to “continue the conversation”. Despite the fact that no bike-pedestrian injuries […]
Love biking? Want to improve biking in Hawaii? Come work for the Hawaii Bicycling League! We’re looking for awesome people to join our team! HBL is seeking a new team member! Click on the link to learn more about the position. If interested, please send resume in PDF format and completed application (click here for […]
The City is holding a community meeting on planned Complete Streets improvements to University Ave, McCully St, and Metcalf St. This is a big opportunity to make the McCully/Moiliili and UH Manoa neighborhoods more bicycle and pedestrian friendly. Please come to support! University, McCully, & Metcalf Complete Streets TUE 2/12 6:30pm @ Ala Wai Elementary […]
Envision Safe Streets for ALL Envision ZERO Traffic Deaths Vision Zero is a bold statement that we can and must put safety first. Beyond a statement, Vision Zero must be a policy and program with specific actions to achieve the bold vision. There are three vision zero bills we at the State Legislature that would adopt […]