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August 28, 2012

Honolulu halts light rail construction

Last week, the Hawaii Supreme Court ruled that state and city officials should not proceed with construction on the rail project until it completed an archaeological study of the entire 20-mile route.


March 30, 2011

Honolulu rail opponents hire environmental lawyer

The attorney was hired to sue the City and County of Honolulu and the FTA to stop the $5.5 billion project.


March 22, 2011

Honolulu awards $946M in rail contracts

Ansaldo Honolulu, a joint venture of Ansaldo STS and Ansaldo Breda, will build the rail project's "core systems," while Kiewit Infrastructure West Co.'s contract is for design and construction of the second phase of the rail elevated guideway from Pearl City to Aloha Stadium.


December 17, 2010

Honolulu gives rail project go-ahead

It is anticipated that the FTA will now issue a record of decision to allow Honolulu to break ground. Opponents say there are still more hurdles ahead before the $5.5 billion rail project starts rolling.


July 1, 2010

Oahu voters to decide on transit authority

Supporters say a transit authority — with three members appointed by the council and three others by the mayor — would be more independent than the mayor's transportation department.


June 15, 2010

FTA approves $5B Oahu rail EIS

Gov. Lingle has said she wants to hold public hearings on the EIS and do an analysis on cost-and-revenue estimates before signing it.


January 19, 2010

Former Hawaiian directors support elevated rail

The announcement comes on the eve of a public forum where the American Institute of Architects will outline its views opposing a completely elevated system.


January 5, 2010

Public hearings expected for Honolulu rail project

Would give the public an opportunity to testify on whether the city's plans to mitigate the environmental impacts of the project are adequate.


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