PUBLIC ACCESS TO COASTAL AND INLAND RECREATIONAL
115-1 Findings and purpose
115-2 Acquisition of lands for public rights-of-way and
public transit corridors
115-3 Criteria for public rights-of-way
115-3.5 Restricting passage over rights-of-way
115-4 Right of transit along shorelines
115-5 Beach transit corridor defined
115-7 State and county co-sponsorship of programs
115-8 Expending agency
115-9 Obstructing access to public property; penalty
115-10 Duty to maintain access within beach transit
Chapter heading amended by L 1977, c 164, §2.
Statewide trail and access system, see chapter 198D.
Law Journals and Reviews
Beach Access: A Public Right? 23 HBJ 65.
Public Beach Access: A Right for All? Opening the Gate to Iroquois Point Beach. 30 UH L. Rev. 495.
Existence of chapter does not preclude private right of action to force beach access. 65 H. 383, 652 P.2d 1130.