What’s there now:
Lanikuhana Avenue runs from the southern end of Meheula Parkway, across Kamehameha Highway, before meeting again with Meheula Parkway in the north. Located in a primarily residential area, Lanikuhana Avenue connects local residences with the major arterial roads of Mililani. The road consists of two lanes of traffic in each direction divided by a grassy median with sidewalks on each side. Due to the design of the road, no driveways turn directly onto Lanikuhana, limiting the demand for street parking. A number of parks are situated along the road as is Mililani Shopping Center, a major destination in Mililani. Currently there is no bike infrastructure on Lanikuhana Avenue.
What the Oahu Bike Plan calls for:
The Oahu Bike Plan calls for a bike route to be created on Lanikuhana. The planned route would run the length of Lanikuhana Drive, creating 2.64 miles of bikeways and cost an estimated $131,964. The route would connect to existing bike lanes on Meheula Parkway and meet with planned bike infrastructure on Kamehameha Highway, Anania Drive, and Kuahelani Avenue. Adding bikeways to Lanikuhna Avenue would give residents of the area improved access to Mililani Shopping Center and Kamehameha Highway. The Oahu Bike Plan designates Lanikuhana Avenue as a priority one and short range implementation project.
What’s being done:
There are currently no plans to implement the planned infrastructure on Lanikuhana Avenue.