What’s there now:
Honomanu Street connects busy Kamehameha Highway with Moanalua Road. The lots on either side of the .16-mile long road are primarily residential with a few small businesses occupying the Makai end of the road. The road features two narrow lanes, a sidewalk, and a shoulder often occupied by parked cars. Though nearby Pali Momi Street offers access between Moanalua and Kamehameha Highway, the road is often filled with cars queuing to turn onto these major roadways.
What the Oahu Bike Plan calls for:
Plans call for the entirety of Honomanu Street to be ultimately fitted with a bike lane at an estimated cost of $18,859. Since placing a bike lane on this already constricted roadway may mean removing a lane or widening the roadway, as an interim measure the Bike Plan suggests sharrows at a cost of $8,200. A bike lane on Honomanu Street would provide access to the Pearl Harbor Bike Path, which runs near the Makai end of Honomanu. The Oahu Bike Plan designates Honomanu Street as a short-range implementation project.
What’s being done:
There are currently no plans by the city to implement the planned project on Honomanu Street. The Department of Design and Construction is currently working on a portion of Honomanu Street but has elected not to include the planned bike infrastructure in their repaving.