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Rail at a standstill

Support for the project has not grown, and most believe it will cost more than planned

By Kevin Dayton / kdayton@staradvertiser.com

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 30, 2012

~~<p>Despite extensive election-year advertising and campaigning to convince the public of the benefits of the $5.26 billion Hono&shy;lulu rail project, only 44 percent of Oahu residents believe work on it should continue, according to a new Hawaii Poll.</p>
<p>Another 50 percent of Oahu voters do not believe work should continue on the project, and 5 percent declined to answer or were undecided, the poll found.</p>
~~

Despite extensive election-year advertising and campaigning to convince the public of the benefits of the $5.26 billion Hono­lulu rail project, only 44 percent of Oahu residents believe work on it should continue, according to a new Hawaii Poll.

Another 50 percent of Oahu voters do not believe work should continue on the project, and 5 percent declined to answer or were undecided, the poll found. Login for more...



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