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Council vote lets rail work resume

A yearlong delay has cost $30 million to $35 million, the project’s director says

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 12, 2013

~~<p>Construction workers will be back in the fields of East Kapolei erecting concrete columns for the city&rsquo;s $5.26 billion rail project come Monday after the City Council&rsquo;s approval Wednesday of two permits that allow for work to restart after more than a year of delays.</p>
<p>Dan Grabauskas, executive director of the Hono&shy;lulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, looked noticeably relieved as he spoke to reporters after Wednesday&rsquo;s Council meeting.</p>
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Construction workers will be back in the fields of East Kapolei erecting concrete columns for the city’s $5.26 billion rail project come Monday after the City Council’s approval Wednesday of two permits that allow for work to restart after more than a year of delays.

Dan Grabauskas, executive director of the Hono­lulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, looked noticeably relieved as he spoke to reporters after Wednesday’s Council meeting. Login for more...



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