Malama Pono | We are dedicated to providing and promoting a safe and secure campus, and serving our community with aloha.
Hawaiʻi is like no other place on earth and in the spirit of the islands, the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa promotes "living aloha" by encouraging the practice of being considerate of one another and sharing our valuable resources.
UH Mānoa acknowledges the advantages associated with the use of bicycles, skateboards and coasting devices as a means of convenient and energy efficient transportation on campus. The following policy, events, and information is shared to promote the welfare and safety of our campus community.
"Sharrows" are shared lane pavement markings indicating a travel lane shared by motorists and bicyclists. Sharrows is a combination of the words "shared lane" and "arrows."
In a shared lane, bicyclists should position themselves appropriately away from parked cars and roadway hazards, and travel in the same direction as traffic. Motorists should slow down and pass with care if bicyclists are present.
Yes. They are shared lane pavement markings, also known as "sharrows." Motorists may drive on the roadway, but please follow these guidelines:
Sharrows have been placed on campus roadways to create safer conditions and greater awareness for bicycling by:
The sharrows have been placed outside of the parked car's "door zone." Many of our campus roadways are too narrow for safe side-by-side travel by a motorist and a cyclist. Therefore, as a cyclist, please follow the below guidelines:
|M10.21 - Bicycles, Skateboards and Coasting Devices Policy|
|UH Mānoa's Parking Regulations|
|UH News: Move with Aloha and share the road - January 2012|
|UH News Video|