April 25, 2012
The $5.3 billion project is moving forward even though the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transit still needs to secure a full funding grant agreement from the federal government expected to be worth $1.55 billion.
April 4, 2012
May rescind its support of the $5.3 billion steel-on-steel rail project proposal after surveying its 4,000 Oahu members.
February 22, 2012
Sen. Daniel Inouye voiced his support for the state’s $5.3 billion rail project in reaction to a recent poll which showed 53% of people on Oahu want it stopped.
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