|Mayors Baptiste and Kusaka cut the lei to open Phase I of Ke Ala Hele Makalae in Lydgate Park in November 2003.|
It’s hard to imagine, but it has now been over ten years since Mayors Baptiste and Kusaka opened the initial ph
Kauai is blessed with mild weather year round, and there are many opportunities to travel through the coastal and inland sections of our beautiful island home by bicycle.
When the time comes for you to roll your bicycle out of the garage and have a pedal-powered adventure, take a moment for this simple ABC Quick Check before you ride away and you’ll prevent mechanical problems that could spoil your ride.
Story by Bill Buley—The Garden Island
KAPAA — With more than three miles behind her, Marquita Maria Granda let out a victory cry Thanksgiving morning. It was time to celebrate.
“We made it. We made it home. We did the race,” the Wailua Homesteads woman said with a big smile shortly after finishing the Old Kapaa Town 2013 Turkey Trot.
"Absolutely loved the video of the path and will share it with my family and friends both here and on the mainland. Bill and I have been walking segments of it to help him recover from his lung procedure, and I hope he learns to love walking and becomes addicted to the scenery. He's not a natural exerciser, so maybe the beauty of the path and the friendliness of fellow users will hook him.
What can we Learn about Road Safety from the Dutch?
How to shift away from an emphasis on speed to a focus on people and places
If we can develop and design streets so that they are wonderful, fulfilling places to be – community-building places, attractive for all people – then we will have successfully designed about one-third of the city directly and will have had an immense impact on the rest. --Alan Jacobs
Change is not easy, but it is inevitable. For many years Kauai Path has been aggressively advocating for improved walking and safer bicycling infrastructure for Kauai, Hawaii, and the nation.
Story by LéoThe Garden Island Newspaper | July 3, 2013
Back in 2007 an ambitious project was launched in Indianapolis, with the goal of creating a vast network of beautiful protected bike/pedestrian paths around the city center to connect the city's five downtown Cultural Districts, neighborhoods and entertainment amenities, and "serve as the downtown hub for the entire central Indiana greenway system".