John Hagihara, Biking his way to fame

May 28, 2014

#commutersofHNL profile: John Hagihara, HHF “be patient, don’t rush yourself.” http://t.co/4WjPXWe1qD HHF BTWD blog pic.twitter.com/dvjgeSqXDu — HI Bicycling League (@RideAloha) May 27, 2014 Our Blog Star, John Hagihara is getting a little more shine from Bike to Work Day 2014!  As a member of the Hawaii Bicycling League, John was featured as the profile of the […]

Where Bike Planning and GIS…Cross Paths

May 28, 2014

By: Rob James and Aydee Zielke Here at HHF, being a part of any effort to make Honolulu more bike-friendly is top-of-mind. In 2012, our firm updated the City and County of Honolulu’s O‘ahu Bike Plan. The aim of this plan is to help Honolulu conceptualize an island community where bicycling is a safe, viable, and […]

Bike to Work Day 2014…a Picture Blog

May 19, 2014

by: Erin Higa and Ryan Masuda On Friday morning, HHF Planners’ staff took part in the fun of Bike to Work  Day 2014.  The nation-wide event is part of National Bike Month, which was  started by the League of American Bicyclists in 1956.  Here in Hawai‘i, the Hawai‘i Bicycling League is the organization responsible for putting together […]

Honolulu’s Bikeshare Program Ready to Roll in Summer 2015!

April 02, 2014

By: Aydee Zielke Many great cities across the U.S. and around the world are incorporating bikeshare programs into their portfolio of alternative transportation options for dense urban cores.  Bikeshares operate as a network of bicycles for rent by the day or hour with many pick-up/drop-off docking stations located throughout a town or city, often within […]