What’s there now:
Queen Street runs from Nimitz Highway to Kamakee Street, skirting the base of Downtown and crossing through the top of Kakaaoko. The area around Queen Street is occupied by office buildings, small businesses, and light industry. The road has two lanes of travel in each direction, some parking, and sidewalks. Speeds are limited to twenty-five miles per hour on Queen Street. There is currently no bike infrastructure on Queen Street.
What the Oahu Bike Plan calls for:
The Oahu Bike Plan calls for a bike route to be created on Queen Street. The route would run the entire length of Queen Street, creating 1.63 miles of new bike route at an estimated cost of $81,609. The route would provide a quiet connection from Downtown to Ward. The route would connect to a total of eight other planned bikeways, most notably ones on Fort Street Mall, Punchbowl, and Ward. The Queen Street bike route would run one block parallel to the future rail line. The Oahu Bike Plan designates Queen Street as a high priority project and slates it for short range implementation.
What’s being done:
There are currently no plans to implement bike infrastructure on Queen Street.