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Waikiki Transportation Management Association (WTMA)

WTMA Request for Information (RFI) Parking Technology and Management Services.

    The WTMA asks that qualified firms provide information to aid in the development of a Request for proposal (RFP). ( Click here for RFI.)



WTMA Powerpoint

City Council Considers

Hawaii Public Radio Article

WIA Plan to Manage Street Parking

Royal Hawaiian Ave Sign Project


Friday, 13 July 2012 23:54

7/18/12 Mid Year Meeting

Mid Year Meeting

July 18, 2012 

Location: Pacific Beach Hotel, Grand Ballroom Ma uka 

Featuring: Transportation workshop

The City and County of Honolulu sponsors the Independence Day parade and Sunset on the Beach


Sunset on the Beach features viewing of great movies on a 30-foot screen, with popular restaurants serving affordably priced meals and live Hawaiian style entertainment with deejays from popular radio stations. The event starts at 4 pm and ends at about 9 pm on Saturday and/or Sunday, with the movies being shown after sunset. We have 6-7 Sunset events each year, please check calendar for next event. You may also join Waikīkī Improvement Association on facebook. "Like" us and you will receive notifications of upcoming events.

(Link to sponsor info PDF)

(Movie to be announced)

Friday, 20 April 2012 21:59

Aloha Festivals Royal Court Investiture

Royal Court Investiture at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Green at 3pm Weblink:


Traditional Chant and hula highlight this annual event a the 2012 Alii receive their royal symbols of reign during ceremonies on the grounds of the Hilton Hawaiian Village.  Free admission.

Aloha Festivals 2012 Events


Click here to register

Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at the Hawai'i Convention Center

Twenty years ago, with the help of many concerned residents and businesses, the Waikīkī Improvement Association (WIA) held "Waikīkī 2020," a conference whose purpose was to develop planning recommendations for the future of Waikīkī. We've come a long way since then. Now, as we look back over the past 20 years and the remarkable results of that conference, WIA is bringing back Waikīkī 2020 to review what has been accomplished and to chart a course to sustain and bolster Waikiki's role as the cornerstone of Hawaii's economy over the next two decades - twenty years back, twenty years forward.

This year's 2012 Waikīkī 20/20 Conference will re-engage the community in envisioning Waikīkī's future, with the goal of establishing a template for the development of an action plan in the six to eight months following the conference. Guest speakers – a range of experts – will make presentations about the issues that will most affect Waikīkī and the surrounding community for the next generation of residents and visitors.

Mark your calendars for October 16th and join us for this year's 2012 20/20 Conference, followed by our WIA Annual meeting.

Thursday, 05 April 2012 08:27

6/9/12 Waikiki Beach Clean Up

The Waikīkī  'Ohana Workforce is the employee council of the Waikīkī Improvement Association. We represent the 35,000 employees who work in or service the Waikīkī area.

WOW Quarterly Beach Clean-ups

Our 2012 Beach Clean up dates are:

June 9, 2012 (in celebration of Kamehameha Day)

October 27, 2012 (Let’s make a Difference Day)

cleanup1The Waikīkī Ohana Workforce coordinates three to four Waikīkī Beach clean-ups each year. These are held in April (Earth Day), June (Kamehameha Day) and October (Lets Make a Difference Day). Participation is outstanding, with the Japan-America Society from both Honolulu and Miyakonojo, Japan assisting in the June event. A special mahalo to all of the companies who donate their time, supplies and manpower: Hyatt Regency Hotel, ABC Stores, Hilton Hawaiian Village, E Noa Corporation, Polynesian Adventure Tours, Royal Star Hawaii, Halekulani, HPD-D6, Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, International Marketplace, Sheraton Hotels in Waikiki, Waikīkī Trade Center, New Otani Hotel, Pacific Beach Hotel, DFS Hawaii, Hawaiian Building Maintenance.

For more information:
Waikīkī Improvement Association 2250 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 405-2, Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
Inquires: 808.923.1094 (phone), 808.923.2622 (fax) e.mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Organize and hold the “Arrival Waikīkī” design competition to elicit creative ideas for a theme and design element for Waikīkī’s gateways.

Thursday, 05 April 2012 08:03

Waikīkī Sidewalk Improvements

Continue installing quartzite pavers on Kalākaua Avenue sidewalks on the remaining incomplete sections.

Push for progress on replenishment of the beach between in front of the Duke Statue; Support installation of T-Groins in front of Sheraton.

Wednesday, 04 April 2012 22:18

10/27/12 Waikiki Beach Clean Up

October 27, 2012  "Let's make a difference Day"

Please join the Waikiki Ohana Workforce of the Waikiki Improvement Association for a Waikiki Beach Clean-up!

Continental Breakfast to be provided.
Please RSVP @923-1094
Validated Parking available to beach clean up participants at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki
7:00 am: Meet at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Kuhio Beach Park .
(Transportation will be provided to other clean-up areas.)
9:00 am: Ends back at Kuhio Beach Park.

  • Wear a company t-shirt and have a photo taken!
  • All are welcome!
  • RSVP 923-1094 ext. 6.

Phone: 808-923-1094
Fax: 808-923-2622
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
2250 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 405-2
Honolulu, HI 96815
Waikiki Improvement Association

Our valuable sponsors: Hyatt Regency Waikiki, ABC Stores, Hilton Hawaiian Village, Enoa Corporation, Polynesian Adventure Tours, Royal Star Hawaii, BOMA Hawaii,  DFS Hawaii, HPD-D6, Halekulani, Hawaiian Building Maintenance,  International Market Place, Outrigger Enterprises, Pacific Beach Hotel, Sheraton Princess Ka‘iulani,  Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort, Waikiki Trade Center, New Otani Hotel.