With a fleet of 535 buses and 93 routes around Oahu, TheBus is the most popular and economical way to travel around the island.
Address: 811 Middle Street, Honolulu
Telephone: 808 848 5555
Hours: 5.30am to 10pm (for enquiries)
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 route map
THE WAIKIKI TROLLEY
The Waikiki Trolley
THE WAIKIKI TROLLEY(est 1986)
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).
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.
Inside the Waikiki Trolley