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A five-year legal battle challenges the control of the streets by a private company that charges for parking and provides little road maintenance.
The city has plans to remove 45 crosswalks deemed unsafe instead of making them safer. But pedestrians can still legally cross at those spots.
Climate change is already taking a toll on coastal highways. Some of those roads may eventually be abandoned to the rising seas, a top official warns.
Some of us live closer to our jobs than ever. But it’s taking longer to get there. And the cost in lost time, dollars and home life is heavy.
Lime’s electric scooter fleet was pulled from Honolulu streets earlier this year. Hawaii’s vehicle code needs changes for them to return.
As more Hawaii drivers go electric, charging infrastructure needs to keep up.
Taxpayers will continue to subsidize public transportation at a higher level than called for in city guidelines.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell called the idea a “red herring” that would kill the project.
It’s not anywhere as much as the city wanted, but the Finance Committee chair said it should be enough to finish construction.