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[biki itinerary🚴] SOUTH KING STREET PROTECTED BIKE LANE

[biki itinerary🚴] SOUTH KING STREET PROTECTED BIKE LANE

November 28, 2019
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!

1. Route Map

1. Route Map
Total Distance: 4.5 miles
Expected Duration: 35 minutes (not include optional stop time)

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.*
 

2.Get biki at station#457

2.Get biki at station#457
Unlock a bike and let's go!!

457 McCully/Moiliili - King & Isenberg(457 McCully/Moiliili - King & Isenberg)

457 McCully/Moiliili - King & Isenberg
Web Site URLhttps://biki.hodaiweb.com/
Description"biki" is a bike sharing service as a mode of transport in Honolulu. You can return the bike at any biki Station. It's perfect for one-way trip !

3. Moillili to famous King Street Tacos

3. Moillili to famous King Street Tacos
1.Starting from Moiliili; find a Biki from Old Stadium Park (#457) on Eisenberg St. and S. King St. Walk your Biki across the crosswalk on S. King Street the start your ride on the Protected Bike Lane at Eisenberg St.
2.Head in the Ewa direction (West) towards McCully Street. Bike on the right side of the lane, just as if you were driving on the road.
3.Continue on King Street, crossing over several busy streets including Punahou St, Keeaumoku St, and Piikoi St, and Pensacola St.

OPTIONAL DETOUR: Stop at one of the nearby eateries to refuel. We recommend King Street Tacos, Bakery and Table, Simple Joy Vegetarian Cuisine, Junpuu.

King Street Tacos(King Street Tacos)

King Street Tacos
Address1273 S King St Honolulu, HI 96814
Business HoursMon 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Tue 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Wed 11:00 am - 6:00 pm Thu 11:00 am - 7:00 pm Fri 10:30 am - 4:00 pm Sat Closed Sun Closed

4. Thomas Square to Kaka'ako Wall Art Gallery town

4. Thomas Square to Kaka'ako Wall Art Gallery town
Take a break at Thomas Square off of Ward Ave. Enjoy a concert or show at the Blaisdell. Spend the afternoon at Honolulu Museum of Art, or go for Art After Dark. There are many activities that you can commute to with Biki! Continue along the route towards South Street.
OPTIONAL DETOUR: Use the South Street protected bike lane to bike towards the popular Kakaako area. Explore the famous Street Art!
 

5. Return at #126 for sightseeing or continue to Civic Center Path

5. Return at #126 for sightseeing or continue to Civic Center Path
The King Street protected bike lane ends here. You can end your ride at Biki Stop #126 outside the Frank Fasi Building or continue your ride on the Civic Center Path.

OPTIONAL DETOUR: Visit Iolani Palace, Honolulu Hale, and the Hawaii State Capitol.

ʻIolani Palace(イオラニ宮殿)

Business HoursMon-Sat: 9:00am-16:00pm
Shop HolidaysSun
Web Site URLhttps://www.iolanipalace.org/

126 Downtown/CT - King & Alapai(126 Downtown/CT - King & Alapai)

126 Downtown/CT - King & Alapai
Web Site URLhttps://biki.hodaiweb.com/
Description"biki" is a bike sharing service as a mode of transport in Honolulu. You can return the bike at any biki Station. It's perfect for one-way trip !

6. Civic Center Path to Chinatown

6. Civic Center Path to Chinatown
To continue past the Civic Center Path, cross Richards St and bike on S. Hotel Street. There is no longer a protected lane and the road is only accessible to bikes and public buses. You may not ride on the sidewalk in the Downtown area.
Finish your ride at Fort Street Mall (#103) and enjoy Downtown or continue a few blocks to Chinatown.

OPTIONAL DETOUR: Stroll down the pedestrian street Fort Street Mall to grab a bite to eat. If it's a Tuesday or Friday, hit up the historic Open Market (7am - 1:30pm).