What’s there now:
Keaahala Road runs from Windward Community College to Kamehameha Highway. A two lane road for most of its run, the area surrounding the road is mostly residential with a few parks. The road is largely used for travel to WCC or the center of Kaneohe Town. Keaahala has asphalt sidewalks and on-street parking, though as Windward Community College is approached the road begins to widen. There are bike lanes for the quarter mile leading up to Windward Community College, though no other section of Keaahala Road has bike infrastructure.
What the Oahu Bike Plan calls for:
The Oahu Bike Plan calls for a bike route to be created that will run down Keaahala Road and onto William Henry Road. The route will consist of sharrows and will complement the existing bike lanes on Keaahala and enable commuting by bike for residents and students headed towards the center of town. The route will connect to planned lanes on Kamehameha Highway, existing lanes on Kahekili Highway, and a route planned for Lilipuna Road. The Oahu Bike Plan designates Keaahala as a priority one and short-range implementation project.
What’s being done:
There are currently no plans to build further bikeways on Keaahala Road.