From the Honolulu Advertiser, 07.30.07:
To the recreational rider, bicycle improvements might mean scenic bike paths and routes that don't take children into traffic. But those who want to swap their cars for bikes on a regular basis just want safer ways to share the road with other vehicles.This article features comments from several Hawaiian cyclists and advocates, and suggests the 50th state is making some strides toward transportation equity.
A law that took effect July 1 allows biking initiatives that go beyond bike path improvements to be funded with federal dollars and requires the state Department of Transportation to involve bicycling organizations in planning decisions. (Read more.)
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