The Salt Lake Boulevard Complete Street Project aims to incorporate Complete Street principles into the design of the third phase of the Salt Lake Boulevard road widening project. Phase 3 is the last phase of a larger project: in Phases 1 and 2, the city widened other sections of Salt Lake Boulevard, leaving just a 1 mile stretch between Maluna Street and AlaLilikoi Street yet to be completed.
As of February of 2014, the City and County of Honolulu is in its design phase prior to the release of a draft Environmental Analysis (EA), expected to be released in the Spring of 2014. Working with Neighborhood Board 18 and other Salt Lake area residents, Livable Communities Hawaii has identified some complete street design concepts that can improve the project by better fulfilling complete streets requirements/principles, better mitigating impacts to nearby properties and better use of $66 million tax payer dollars slated for this phase.
Our concepts most notably include a multi-use path on the Makai side of Salt Lake Boulevard. If constructed, this path will provide a safe place for people of all ages to walk and bicycle, helping to connect residents to schools, businesses, and transit.
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Questions/comments/concerns? Want to get involved?
Contact Lead Project Manager Alex Broner at email@example.com or Sub Project Manager Elliot Van Wie at elliotVW@livablehi.org