- Map of Biki Stops
- Biki Leaks
- Adopt a Biki
While the majority of bikeshare systems across the country are funded by the municipality in which they operate, Biki today receives no direct operational financial support from the City & County of Honolulu. Along with all of you, we’ve proven the value and need for Biki, and now it’s time for Honolulu to recognize Biki as a critical part of O‘ahu’s public transportation system. Join Biki users across our community in contacting Mayor Rick Blangiardi and your City Council member to express your support to save Biki.
Dear [Mayor/Council Member],
I am a resident of [neighborhood] contacting you to show my support for Biki and bikeshare in Hawai‘i.
[Insert reasons as to why you support Biki here. Some suggestions are provided below.]
Please take action today and ensure Biki and bikesharing is sustainable and lasting in our community!
Email your City Council member. If you are unsure of your work or home district, please refer to the official map below from the Honolulu City Council website.