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A wheel deal

Waikiki could become Oahu's next bike-sharing hub if a broadly supported program can secure funding

By Allison Schaefers

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 09, 2014

~~<p>City and state leaders and environmental advocates are moving full speed ahead on a plan to bring bike sharing to Honolulu's urban core by the summer of 2015.</p>
<p>The nonprofit Bikeshare Hawaii, which was incorporated in January, wants to make 1,700 bicycles available for rent at low cost. There would be 180 bike pickup/drop-off stations in a network stretching from Chinatown to Waikiki and the University of Hawaii.</p>
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City and state leaders and environmental advocates are moving full speed ahead on a plan to bring bike sharing to Honolulu's urban core by the summer of 2015.

The nonprofit Bikeshare Hawaii, which was incorporated in January, wants to make 1,700 bicycles available for rent at low cost. There would be 180 bike pickup/drop-off stations in a network stretching from Chinatown to Waikiki and the University of Hawaii. Login for more...



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