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Honolulu rail chief talks 'faith' in project, challenges

Posted on January 3, 2018

Safety measures and traffic mitigation at Pearlridge station during construction in June 2017. Photo: Honolulu Transit
Safety measures and traffic mitigation at Pearlridge station during construction in June 2017. Photo: Honolulu Transit

HONOLULU — In an interview with Hawaii Business magazine, Andrew Robbins, executive director/CEO of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) talks about his role as 'one of the most controversial public officials in the state" and his belief in Oahu's 20-mile rail transit project.

Robbins also talks about plans to manage disruption to the Downtown area during construction, ridership projections and the challenges of building in the "middle of the Pacific Ocean."

For the full interview, click here.

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