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Parking garage to remain unused until law changed

By June Watanabe

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

~~<p>Question: I drive by the Hono&shy;lulu Police Department headquarters every morning and see that the expensive multilevel parking structure next to it still hasn&rsquo;t opened. Why? The Ala&shy;pai Transit Center bus depot on the street level is operational. I understand civilian police workers won&rsquo;t be allowed to park there. They will still have to park at the Blaisdell Center and walk to work. So who will be allowed to park there?</p>
<p>Answer: The $20-million, five-story, 406-space parking garage above the Ala&shy;pai Transit Center, which opened May 25, is reserved for employees who will work in the Joint Traffic Management Center, which has yet to be built.</p>
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Question: I drive by the Hono­lulu Police Department headquarters every morning and see that the expensive multilevel parking structure next to it still hasn’t opened. Why? The Ala­pai Transit Center bus depot on the street level is operational. I understand civilian police workers won’t be allowed to park there. They will still have to park at the Blaisdell Center and walk to work. So who will be allowed to park there?

Answer: The $20-million, five-story, 406-space parking garage above the Ala­pai Transit Center, which opened May 25, is reserved for employees who will work in the Joint Traffic Management Center, which has yet to be built. Login for more...



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