We’re more than halfway through the year, and we’ve seen 11 pedestrian deaths, an alarming number. Last year the state saw 27 pedestrian deaths, the first rise in deaths in five years.
When I lived in Makiki near Punchbowl, taking the Kinau and Lusitana streets merge off the H-1 was probably my least favorite way to go home.
Think you're qualified to be on the rail board? At this point you probably are.
Most folks know that the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation debuted last week. But the new entity debuted an overhauled website to little fanfare.
Happy early Independence Day! Hope you all enjoy the weekend and stay safe.
Recidivism. It's a hard word for me to say, and it's even worse to hear in the context of repeat criminal offenders, like those who drive under the influence.
In 2009 I was without a car for two weeks and forced to ride the bus to Kapolei from Makiki for work.
I’ve been getting a lot of reader questions lately, so much so that I’m considering expanding the reader mailbag format beyond first Fridays only.
It’s an Aloha First Friday, and that means today I reach into my reader mailbag and try to get some questions answered.
Frank Alsup and five other students at a citizen architecture class at the University of Hawaii at Manoa see gaps in the city’s bicycling routes.