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Alternative Transportation Plans

HHF has prepared a wide range of bicycle and pedestrian plans for island communities and is deeply committed to promoting alternative modes of transportation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and foster more sustainable and healthy communities.  HHF is also involved in planning for the City’s new rail stations and associated neighborhood redevelopment opportunities at several sites along the 20 mile rail corridor.  Its recently published O‘ahu Bike Plan focused on connecting the planned 21 rail stations into the regional bikeway network as well as providing bicycle parking standards to ensure the new rail system is bike -friendly. HHF’s plans typically involve a significant level of community consultation, technical analysis, and application of best practices.

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  • Alternative Transportation Projects

    Honolulu Bicycle Plan

    HHF led a multi-disciplinary team in the preparation of a bicycle master plan for urban Honolulu. The planning process included extensive community outreach in the form of regional public workshops, small group meetings, neighborhood board presentations, public charrettes, maintenance of a project website, and establishing and reporting to a project advisory committee comprised of representative […]

    Kapalua Coastal Trail Plan

    HHF is part of the award-winning team that received the 2007 APA Hawai‘i Chapter’s Environmental/Preservation Award for the Kapalua Coastal Trail. The trail is Maui Land & Pineapple Company’s vision for a major low-impact pedestrian route through some of West Maui’s most beautiful natural scenery. Stretching 3.5 miles along breathtaking coastline, the trail will link […]