Food trucks can also apply to use the city’s metered stalls for free as the COVID-19 crisis takes its toll on local eateries.
UPDATED: Passenger counts have plummeted as COVID-19 numbers climb. Some drivers remain wary of what lies ahead.
The author of a study on Honolulu’s unique potential to spread contagion says we’re lucky the coronavirus moved west out of China, not east toward the islands.
Recommendations for Hawaii have been stalled by the bureaucratic tug of war for decades. Yet crashes continue.
The Cessna had been used for 40 years to tow gliders into the air, according to the NTSB’s preliminary report.
The influx of new vans will boost the paratransit service’s fleet to 205 vehicles
The outbreak has created trouble for Hitachi’s supply chain. It’s not clear yet what that means for rail’s interim opening planned later this year.
Officials are looking more closely at the use of towplanes to get gliders aloft.
The new 13-year, $918 million deal with Hitachi is nearly $100 million more than the one signed in 2011. It will cover just over half of the costs to run the rail system.