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New Biki Stop installed at Azure

09/29/2021

A new Biki Stop has been added to the Ala Moana area! This Biki Stop is located on the Azure Ala Moana property, a brand new residential tower on Makaloa Street. This Biki Stop was removed from service back in April due to months of low ridership caused by COVID-19. Thanks to ProsPac, the developers of Azure Ala Moana and our station sponsor, we were able to put this Biki Stop back in service to support the transportation needs of the many nearby businesses and residence. 

 

Look for Biki Stop #229 on the Biki App or our online Station Map.

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"Multimodal transportation, including bikeshare, is an essential sustainable, environmentally-friendly design element at Azure Ala Moana. We're proud to partner with Bikeshare Hawaii to provide Biki to residents and community members as a cost-efficient, convenient, healthy transportation option to get around."  - Daniel Simonich, ProsPac Project Manager

If you would like to learn more about sponsoring a Biki Stop, please email us at info@bikesharehawaii.org. 

ABOUT AZURE Ala Moana

Located at the corner of Keeaumoku and Makaloa Streets, Azure Ala Moana is a new residential tower with 330 condominium residences, along with 78 rental apartments and exciting retail in the over 20,000 square foot ground- and second-level plaza. Above the six-level parking podium, residents and their guests will enjoy a welcoming recreation deck featuring a stellar collection of amenities. Learn more: AzureAlaMoana.com

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