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Police on watch for mo-peds on Pearl City bicycle path

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 06, 2012

~~<p>Question: Oftentimes I go running/biking along the Pearl City bicycle path. Lately I&rsquo;ve noticed there are several mo-peds buzzing closely by people at high speeds. Based on the &ldquo;no motorized vehicle&rdquo; signs, I assume mo-peds aren&rsquo;t allowed on the bike path. Is HPD doing anything to enforce this?</p>
<p>Answer: Officers have cited mo-ped drivers for violating Section 15-18.10 of the Revised Ordinances of Hono&shy;lulu, which prohibits the use of any vehicle other than a bicycle without a motor (or those authorized) on a bike path, according to the Hono&shy;lulu Police Department.</p>
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Question: Oftentimes I go running/biking along the Pearl City bicycle path. Lately I’ve noticed there are several mo-peds buzzing closely by people at high speeds. Based on the “no motorized vehicle” signs, I assume mo-peds aren’t allowed on the bike path. Is HPD doing anything to enforce this?

Answer: Officers have cited mo-ped drivers for violating Section 15-18.10 of the Revised Ordinances of Hono­lulu, which prohibits the use of any vehicle other than a bicycle without a motor (or those authorized) on a bike path, according to the Hono­lulu Police Department. Login for more...



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