HONOLULU — On Thursday, Honolulu rail transit project opponents filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming officials haven't complied with federal environmental laws, according to The Republic.
The group of opponents includes the former governor of Hawaii, a former trustee of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and the leader of a nonprofit transportation watchdog corporation. The complaint names federal and Honolulu transit officials as defendants. The group is seeking an injunction. For the full story, click here.