The agency overseeing Hawaii’s largest-ever public works project has struggled to run remote meetings smoothly during the virus crisis.
That could prove costly for the city, which must send tons of trash to the H-Power facility or face financial penalties.
UPDATED: COVID-19 restrictions prevented a post-mortem exam to determine the cause of death for R5AY, or “Honey Girl.”
Can rail’s current primary contractor, STG, build more of the guideway to pick up the slack?
UPDATED: A test to confirm workers’ immunity to COVID-19 could put them safely back to work and help Hawaii’s economic recovery, says a medical school professor.
Nearly a decade ago, headlines about the city having the worst congestion helped sell rail. But that ranking has plunged.
The public-private partnership to finish the project faces more delays, and HART signals its December 2025 completion date is in jeopardy.