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Honolulu’s rail agency is considering changing its strategy to complete the daunting construction work ahead.
In a break with past practice, the agency did not release the amounts that companies bid for the work to relocate utilities.
The departure of Abbey Mayer is the latest in a string of more than 16 managers, directors and other top personnel to leave HART.
The nonprofit Biki launched in June. Now the for-profit LimeBike is advertising to fill job openings for its dockless service.
Local officials believe their $8.16 billion cost estimate remains sound, despite the shortfall identified in an unreleased draft report.
Many other rail transit systems rely on special sales taxes to pay what passenger fares don’t cover.
Advocates for more bike use were irked by recent police enforcements that appeared to target registration more than safety concerns.
Honolulu Council Chair Ernie Martin and Budget Chair Trevor Ozawa, who proposed big cuts in the city budget to raise rail funds, will travel with the mayor to the Capitol.
The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency said the worker who sent out a false missile alert had a record of incompetency, but he disputes that.
All seven candidates appear — separately — before the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement.
State emergency officials were grilled at a U.S. Senate committee hearing as lawmakers try to rebuild public trust in the warning system.
As the state braces for sea level rise, vulnerable roads could be moved inland — and tunneled through mountains.