Six proposed Biki bicycle stations will be available at various locations on campus.
“We are looking forward to welcoming Biki,” said Cate Matsushima, manager of Commuter and Fleet Services. “Biki will be a convenient and wonderful addition to the various alternative transportation methods already offered to the university community.”
Biki’s primary goal is to provide convenient mobility in Honolulu. In many situations, Biki bikes provide a cheaper, healthier and faster alternative to driving and parking.
Read the full story and learn more about the program on the Commuter Services website.