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.
Coastline Non-Conformism. 42 UH L. Rev. 149 (2020).
Existence of chapter does not preclude private right of action to force beach access. 65 H. 383, 652 P.2d 1130.