The Hawaii Supreme Court recently agreed to hear the lawsuit seeking to stop the rail project pending a completed archaeological survey for Native Hawaiian burials.

The case, filed by Paulette Kaleikini against various city and state officials and agencies, was thrown out by a state Circuit Court judge in March.

It was appealed to the intermediate appeals court, and Kaleikini’s attorneys asked the state’s highest court to intervene. That request was granted Jan. 17.

Here’s the order: