September 15, 2011
Six years later, and a lot has changed. There are probably a lot of interesting things that can still be done with this site, but for now I'm keeping it online as a geeky museum piece. Google now has most of O'ahu and many of the major roads on the neighbor islands covered with Google Street View
. So for more recent and much more complete and interactive imagery, check it out
February 12, 2005
Why do they keep changing signs on me? While this setup
(note the lane markings) is a great improvement over the old way
, it looks like I caught this sign
only halfway into its change from this one
. Until I get it all sorted out, check out H-201 West
, just posted.
October 24, 2004
Turns out taking photos is much more fun than processing them. Started on H-1 West
from Kāhala. What happens when you take several tries to capture a stretch of road? Compare this Oct. 11 photo
with this Oct. 1 photo
About the Site
What is HawaiiRoads.com? Your guess is as good as ours! Here's a jumble of disorganized ideas that led to the creation of this site.
Hit the Road
Imagine taking a virtual drive around the islands. Well, we're still imagining it, too. We'll come up with something... eventually.
Browse the whole image library. For now, this is where you'll find the bulk of the content on HawaiiRoads.com.
HawaiiRoads.com would be nothing without drawing inspiration from, and checking information with, other top-notch "road geek" sites.
Progress updates and behind-the-scenes notes. Highlighting new content, floating new ideas, and lamenting the occasional roadblock.