What’s there now:
Keeaumoku Street runs from Ala Moana Shopping Center to just past the H1 Freeway. The street, especially along its makai end, is host to a number of businesses (most notably Walmart) and is often busy with cars, pedestrians, and bikes. Keeaumoku has six lanes for most of its length though as it approaches residential Makiki it narrows down to two. It crosses many major streets such as King, Beretania, and Kapiolani Boulevard. Currently there is no bike infrastructure on Keeaumoku.
What the Oahu Bike Plan calls for:
The Oahu Bike Plan calls for a bike route to be created on Keeaumoku from Kaihee Street (located just makai of Wilder Avenue) to Keeaumoku’s mauka end. The route would run 1.19 miles and cost an estimated $59,382. The route would connect to a planned bikeway on Wilder Avenue and ease commuting for cyclists.
What’s being done:
There are currently no plans to build bike infrastructure on Keeaumoku Street.