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With the right design, walkers and cyclists can coexist on the Capitol grounds. Legislators, however, are pushing for an outright ban.
News of a criminal investigation arrives as Honolulu looks to seal the deal on the release of $744 million from the Federal Transit Administration.
A new move by the attorney general could resolve the longstanding question of who owns the pothole-plagued roads.
A newly unsealed federal complaint reveals the identity of a high-ranking official believed to be a key player in the scheme.
Spreading the car trips around could make the rush hour a bit smoother. But getting schools and employers to buy in isn’t always easy.
Tour boat operators say they were “blindsided” when state harbor officials barred them from taking shelter in commercial ports — a change from years past.
UPDATED: The latest audit to drop on the agency blames “inexperienced HART managers and contractors” for not keeping costs in check.
UPDATED: Andrew Robbins has proven a “quick study” in his first year leading the project but needs to improve, according to his job evaluation.