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July 23, 2014

HART unveils plans for rail station at Honolulu airport

The future station site will be built along Ala Auana Street between the overseas and international parking structures. Officials say the station will be elevated, with sky bridges connecting to the parking garages and access to the international and inter-island terminals.


February 4, 2014

HART CEO announces resignation

With 42 years of transit experience, including rail and bus operations, Philip Hale will leave behind record transit ridership, lower costs, a new labor agreement and a impending political battleground over the future of the agency.


May 28, 2013

Florida's HART debuts bus rapid transit system

Just a few years ago county voters overwhelmingly rejected a ballot proposal to raise the sales tax by a penny on the dollar to pay for light rail, expanded bus service and road work.


January 24, 2013

Fla.’s HART launches digital advertising

Will use the existing annunciation system on buses to broadcast 10- to 15-second messages. The program is managed by transit media firm Commuter Advertising, which enables time and location-based commercials triggered by GPS systems. HART is one of 10 transit agencies in the U.S. to use the technology.


October 16, 2012

Fla.'s HART seeks public input on rapid transit project

Transit officials are seeking opinions on the MetroRapid East-West project while they pursue funding for the final design and construction phases. The system will be the first rapid transit system in the Hillsborough County area.


August 7, 2012

Fla.'s HART breaks ground on bus rapid transit

The 17.5-mile line, which runs through downtown Tampa to Telecom Park/Hidden River Corporate Park, will feature Transit Signal Priority (TSP) technology and improve travel-time savings by 10 to 15%.


August 1, 2012

Honolulu rail to create thousands of jobs

Within two years there will be 4,000 people working on the its rail project, HART says. Right now there are 1,400 people working on the rail project.


August 1, 2012

Siemens to equip Honolulu rail

Received a multi-million dollar order from Ansaldo Honolulu JV to electrify the track for the new system. The system is the first for Hawaii and is scheduled to be completed in 2019.


July 17, 2012

HART wants minimum age policy for travel

Planners suggested implementing a policy Sept. 1 that children younger than 12 years old boarding a bus or paratransit van must be accompanied by someone older than 12.


June 20, 2012

Honolulu redesigning rail stations to cut project costs

Shortening the length of its 21 planned rail stations in an effort to lower the overall cost of the $5.3 billion project.


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