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City cites progress in improving Handi-Van

Upgrades are in the works, but an official warns fixes will not happen "overnight"

By B.J. Reyes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 16, 2012

~~<p>Months after acknowledging inadequacies in the city's Handi-Van service, a city official says progress has been made but more time is needed before improvements can be fully implemented.</p>
<p>At an August briefing before the City Council Transportation Committee, city Transportation Services Director Wayne Yoshioka said he agreed with users who called the long wait times, inefficient scheduling and other issues &quot;not acceptable.&quot;</p>
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Months after acknowledging inadequacies in the city's Handi-Van service, a city official says progress has been made but more time is needed before improvements can be fully implemented.

At an August briefing before the City Council Transportation Committee, city Transportation Services Director Wayne Yoshioka said he agreed with users who called the long wait times, inefficient scheduling and other issues "not acceptable." Login for more...



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