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Completed in 2014, the South King Street Protected Bike Lane runs 2 miles from Moiliili to Downtown. The first of its kind project in Hawaii, a protected bike lane separates automobiles and bicyclists with a buffer to provide an added measure of safety. For many novice cyclists, a protected bike lane offers a low-stress commute and can encourage more people to ride!
The benefit of Biki is you can commute through Honolulu without the hassle of paying for parking or sitting in traffic. We know commuting by bicycle for every commute can be demanding; our advice is to start small. Biki to a popular lunch spot with your coworkers, or enjoy a weekend cruise to explore that store you've been meaning to check out. The South King Street Protected Bike Lane is the best option to try Biki and experience some of Honolulu's bes bike infrastructure. With over 130 Biki stops, getting around Honolulu has never been easier!
South King Street Protected Bike Lane runs 2 miles one-way from Moiliili towards Downtown. We've added 1 mile with the addition of the Civic Center Shared-Use Path and S. Hotel St. (Bus & Bikes only) to guide you into the heart of downtown Honolulu. Allow yourself 25-30 minutes to complete the 3-mile route. Along the route, there are 11 Biki Stops for you to use to start/stop/pause your ride. It is our hope by sharing this route, locals and visitors alike will use our protected bikeways and explore the surrounding neighborhoods.
*Remember, you are still expected to follow the traffic signals. Intersections are marked with green striping to increase visibility among drivers. Be extra cautious! Make sure turning vehicles see you before crossing an intersection.*
Ready to Ride? Find Your Nearest Biki Stop!
Visit the City & County Department of Transportation Services Bicycle Webpage for more information.