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City's New Web Page Helps Navigate Bike Registration Process
City's new web page helps navigate bike registration process
HONOLULU -- Cyclists across Oahu have a new tool to help them navigate the registration process for bicycles in the City and County of Honolulu.
This new resource can be found on the services and locations webpage created by the Department of Customer Services. The online tool allows users to easily view information they need to register pedal bikes and electric bikes on Oahu.
Among the information users will find are registration forms and fees. It costs $30 to register an electric bike, or e-bike. To register a pedal bike, the fee is $15.
The tool becomes available at a time when the city is registering more than 18,000 bicycles annually. Oahu also has been catering to biking enthusiasts with 3.5 miles of protected bike lanes that allow them to enjoy safer rides on their commute or excursions.
"The just-launched web page truly expands our ability to keep the public informed about the process for registering a bicycle on Oahu," said Sheri Kajiwara, director of the city's Department of Customer Services.
State law requires the licensing and one-time registration of all bicycles with a wheel diameter of at least 20 inches. The registrations are used by police to recover and return stolen bikes to their owners.
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