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Honolulu's HART hires consultant to explore P3 for light rail project

Posted on December 11, 2017

HART said it received eight quality proposals in response to its request last month for a P3 consultant.
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HART said it received eight quality proposals in response to its request last month for a P3 consultant.
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HONOLULU — Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) officials contracted with Ernst & Young Infrastructure Advisors LLC to study the potential use of public-private partnerships for the remainder of the 20-mile elevated rail project, the Pacific Business News reports.

HART said it received eight quality proposals in response to its request last month for a P3 consultant. Ernst & Young will conduct a feasibility study, which will include orchestrating an industry day in Honolulu for interested potential participants in a future P3 procurement.

The consultant firm will then provide recommendations to HART and the city as to whether a market of potential interested parties is available specific to the Honolulu rail project. For the full story, click here.

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