Public Transport

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TheBus

With a fleet of 535 buses and 93 routes around Oahu, TheBus is the most popular and economical way to travel around the island.

Website: www.thebus.org
Address: 811 Middle Street, Honolulu
Telephone: 808 848 5555
Hours: 5.30am to 10pm (for enquiries)

FARE INFORMATION

Bus drivers don’t give change so make sure you have the exact fare before boarding TheBus.

ADULTS – $2.50 per ride (including limited time transfer).

SENIORS, PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY AND CHILDREN (6-17) – $1.25 per ride.

CHILDREN UNDER 5 – Free.

THE OAHU DISCOVERY PASSPORT – a 4 day unlimited ride pass $35 (available for purchase from ABC Stores, TheBus Pass Office, 7-Eleven Stores and Local Visitor Centers.

Go to TheBus website and click on Ride TheBus for information regarding –

Timetables, routes and maps.
How to ride.
Park and ride locations.
Timetable pick up locations.
TheBus holidays.

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TheBus route map

THE WAIKIKI TROLLEY

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The Waikiki Trolley

THE WAIKIKI TROLLEY(est 1986)

Website: www.waikikitrolley.com

At the time of writing the Waikiki Trolley operates 4 lines with 36 stops.

The Pink Line – for shopping
The Green Line – for scenic tours
The Red Line – for historical sites
The Blue Line – for panoramic views
(From April 2016 a new purple line will be introduced going to the Arizona Memorial).

FARE INFORMATION

The Pink Shopping Line costs $2 per trip (if paying onboard the trolley make sure you have the exact fare)
Tickets are also available for purchase online, at the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, Waikiki or the T Galleria by DFS (on the corner of Royal Hawaiian Avenue and Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki).

For more details and pricing go to the website.

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Inside the Waikiki Trolley

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