The Complete Streets Implementation Study will provide the City & County with a framework for implementation of the Complete Streets ordinance. The steps of the Study will be as follows:
1. Establish benchmarks for measuring progress based on the objectives described in Section 14-X.2(b) of the Complete Streets ordinance.
2. Ascertain the existing conditions to establish a baseline from which the City & County will determine extent of needs and estimate cost of enhancements; baseline to be used to track improvements made over time.
3. Determine roadblocks or barriers to implementation of Complete Streets, which may be physical and/or institutional.
4. Examine opportunities to integrate multimodal improvements into projects that originate outside the scope of Complete Streets.
5. Coordinate with various City & County departments and other agencies as appropriate.
6. Prepare a plan to Implement Complete Streets concepts and principles on existing streets:
-prepare order-of-magnitude cost estimates;
-establish criteria for prioritizing projects (e.g., outcomes including safety, cost, feasibility);
-prioritize projects; and
-establish timing and schedule for completion.
7. Select one urban corridor and conduct a vision study that will illustrate how Complete Streets principles can be applied over time to an existing street. Steps will include:
-Meet with stakeholders and the general public to garner opinions and ideas for the
-Produce illustrative plans and drawings that support the vision of the stakeholders and
public, and demonstrate how Complete Streets principles can be applied in a specific,
existing street; and
-Prepare preliminary cost estimates and schedule for completion.
8. Produce draft and final reports.
Responsible agency: Department of Transportation Services, City & County of Honolulu
Please see Department of Transportation Services’ Complete Streets webpage for more information.