The North Shore is a rural area located just past Wahiawa on Oahu. Its neighborhood board defines the North Shore as the area above Whitmore Village between Kaena Point and Kahuku Point. The North Shore is mostly rural, with most of the population centered in Haleiwa. Since the H2 ends in Wahiawa, major access in and out of the area is provided by Kamehameha Highway. The area has some bikeways, with approximately six miles of bike paths in Pupukea and Haleiwa and a section of bike route along Kamehameha Highway.
What the Oahu Bike Plan calls for:
The Oahu Bike Plan aims to make the North Shore more bike friendly by improving the network of paths and routes in Haleiwa and adding bike routes to the major roads in and out of the area. A bike path would be created along Haleiwa Cane Haul Road and along the shoreline of Haleiwa. Bike routes would be created on Haleiwa roads including Goodale Avenue and Haleiwa Road. Bike routes on Kamehameha Highway and Farrington Highway would aid cyclists headed in and out of the area. The Oahu Bike Plan designates the majority of projects in the North Shore as priority two (medium) priority.
- Farrington Highway (Mokuleia), Kamehameha Highway (Waialua) to End (Kaena Beach), Route
- Goodale Avenue, Farrington Highway to Waialua Beach Road
- Haleiwa and Waialua Beach Parks, Kaiaka bay and Haleiwa Beach Park, Path
- Haleiwa Cane Haul Road, Farrington Highway to Haleiwa Bypass Road, Private
- Haleiwa Road, Waialua Beach Road to Kamehameha Highway, Route
- Kamehameha Highway (North Shore), Kaukonahua Road to Oopuola Street, Route
- Kamehameha Highway Path (North Shore), Haleiwa Road/Kamehameha Highway intersection to Kamehameha Highway just past Waimea Bay
- Kamehameha Highway (Wahiawa), Haleiwa Bypass to Kuahelani Avenue, Route
- Kaukonahua Road, Weed Circle to Thomson Corner, Route
- Kealohanui Street, Puuiki Street to Goodale Avenue, Route
- Paalaa Road, Haleiwa Road to Kamehameha Highway, Route
- Puuiki Street, Waialua Beach Road to Kealohanui Street, Route
What’s being done:
There are currently no plans to implement the Oahu Bike Plan projects in the North Shore area.