What’s there now:
Kahuhipa Street runs from the mountains of Kaneohe to Kamehameha Highway. Mostly residential along its mauka side, closer to Kamehameha Highway, Kahuhipa Street is largely industrial and commercial. Windward Mall and Windward Community College are both near Kahuhipa Street as is Kaneohe District Park. The road is two lanes for its entirety with speeds limited to twenty-five miles per hour and room for parking. There is currently no bike infrastructure on Kahuhipa Street.
What the Oahu Bike Plan calls for:
The Oahu Bike Plan calls for the majority of Kahuhipa Street to be transformed into a bike route. The project would run from Lolii Street to Kamehameha Highway, cost an estimated $54,724, and produce just over a mile of bikeways. The project would connect to existing bike lanes on Kahekili Highway and serve as a link between planned projects on Lilipuna Road and the H3 Access Road. The project is listed in the Oahu Bike Plan as a medium priority project but is slated for short-range implementation.
What’s being done:
There are currently no plans to install bike infrastructure on Kahuhipa Street.