What’s there now:
Mokuola Street starts at Farrington Highway, runs up into Waipahu, before becoming Manager’s Drive. The area the street runs through is mostly commercial and institutional with businesses, a church, and a public library lining its side. The road is extremely wide. The two lanes of traffic and limited street parking fit onto the road with ease. For pedestrians, Mokuola Street offers concrete sidewalks, bus stops, and pedestrian crossings. The mauka half of Mokuola Street has bike lanes.
What the Oahu Bike Plan calls for:
The Oahu Bike Plan calls for the bike lanes on Mokuola to be extended to the road’s makai terminus. The proposed project would create 0.2 miles of new bike lanes and cost an estimated $122,824. The project would complete the lanes on Mokuola Street, connect to a planned rail transit station at the foot of Mokuola, connect to planned bike lanes on Farrington Highway, and provide access to the quarter-mile distant Pearl Harbor Bike Path. As an interim measure, the Oahu Bike Plan proposes installing sharrows along the road. The Oahu Bike Plan lists Mokuola Street as a priority two project.
What’s being done:
There are currently no plans to implement the planned bikeways on Mokuola Street.