Hawaii experienced FOUR fatalities of people walking in early January, three near Waikiki. On a warm January morning, 133 people rallied attended a Memorial For Elizabeth Malland and rallied for safer streets. Seattle Neighborhood Greenways has been working closely with @RIdeAloha, the Hawaii Bicycling League to produce their Memorial Walk/Solutions Meetings and we wish Vision Zero and Aloha for their future.Memorial Walk for Elizabeth Malland & Solutions Meeting for Safer Streets with Hawaii Bicycling League January 2015
From the press release from Hawaii Bicycling League: We support the right of everyone to be safe on Hawaii’s roads, as declared by Kamehameha I, Mamalahoe Kanawai, Kamehameha's Law of the Splintered Paddle 1797, Hawaii state constitution 1978:“e hele a moe i ke ala.” We can achieve zero traffic and road fatalities and serious injuries by taking action. With more effective public policy, better engineering, stricter enforcement and more responsive education, thousands of deaths and injuries can be prevented into the future. Please help us pay our respect and show your support for safe, healthy streets in Honolulu!