yeah ...... about eight percent strong. for a city of almost 150,000, it's not just cool-aid.
what's honolulu at, nice climate and all, but not so much in the way of effective planning for bike traffic? one and a half percent?
It appears - and the recent study spells it out - 'the proof is in the pudding' that planning for bikes begats ridership.
link to the study - new evidence on the role of bike paths and bike lanes
I bet Buehler and Pucher mention honolulu somewhere in the study! yes, they mention it as a metroplex ranking quite respectably on the sprawl index, slightest sprawl of any of the cities studied. and yet a mere one and a half percent....
Originally Posted by Buehler and Pucher study on the importance of bikelanes and bike paths