Expansion took place the week of November 27, 2018!
Read our e-newsletter to learn more about the 33 new sites that were added to the Biki system.
Click each neighborhood to see the site plans of potential Biki Stop locations:
A dense network of Biki Stops helps ensure bikes and open docks are available where and when you need them.
A typical Biki Stop is at minimum 40 feet long. Bikeshare works best where there is high density, mixed use development with stations located no further than 1/4 mile apart from another Biki Stop, preferably closer.
Expansion locations are determined based on several factors, including:
Bikeshare in Honolulu is a public-private-nonprofit partnership. The Honolulu Department of Transportation Services (DTS), in partnership with Bikeshare Hawaii, has been awarded federal Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) funds to expand Biki. Private donations, grants and rider fares also support expansion.
A Biki Stop is installed within an hour with minimal disruption to the site area. No drilling, bolting or wiring required.
Installation is expected to be completed before mid-December.
Complete a request form to suggest new Biki Stop locations that will help make your daily trips easier.