List of The Bus Routes - Waikiki Express Routes (AM and PM Seven Days A Week)

Waikiki Express Routes (AM and PM Seven Days A Week)

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Route Name Description
W1 Ewa Beach-Waikiki Travels limited-stop between Ewa Beach and Waikiki via Waipahu, Nimitz, Downtown Honolulu and Ala Moana. Does not service Downtown Honolulu.
W2 Waipahu-Waikiki Travels limited-stop between Waipahu and Waikiki via Nimitz, Downtown Honolulu, Ala Moana Center and Kuhio Avenue. Serves Waikiki Beach. Does not service Downtown Honolulu.
W3 Kalihi-Waikiki via H1 Freeway Travels limited-stop between Kalihi Transit Center and Waikiki via School Street. Serves Kalihi Transit Center. Does not service between the east end of School Street to Hilton Hawaiian Village.

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