Working on Connecting the Community

In conjunction with the Honolulu Rail Transit Project, the City and County of Honolulu has been working with the community to plan for new development and public realm improvements around the Kalihi rail transit stations since 2010. The Kalihi Neighborhood Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Plan was officially adopted by the City Council in 2017, and the City is moving ahead with implementation of the Plan in collaboration with the State, area property owners, and community groups. These actions include:

  • Rezoning of some areas near OCCC and Honolulu Community College from industrial to business mixed-use
  • Adoption of a new Special District to guide the design of new buildings
  • Creation of a linear park along Kapalama Canal
  • New infrastructure to support housing development in the Kapalama and Iwilei area

Come to this KBA luncheon and learn about the development surrounding the Kalihi neighborhood rail transit stations. Hear more about the implementation of the Kalihi Development Plan with guest speakers from Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) during this question and answer session.

Susannah Wesley Community Center • 1117 Kaili Street, Honolulu
Friday, October 12, 2018 • 11:30am to 1:00pm

See updated post for information presented at the luncheon