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Suit filed to stop project will be heard Thursday

By Marcel Honoré

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 03, 2014

~~<p>The legal wranglings over Oahu&rsquo;s $5.26 billion rail transit project continue &mdash; even as construction ramps up.</p>
<p>On Thursday, visiting Judge A. Wallace Tashima will hold the latest hearing on the federal lawsuit looking to stop the rail project. That proceeding will look at whether Hono&shy;lulu transit officials have fully complied with Tashima&rsquo;s previous order to more closely weigh an alternate route that ends at the University of Hawaii instead of at Ala Moana Center.</p>
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The legal wranglings over Oahu’s $5.26 billion rail transit project continue — even as construction ramps up.

On Thursday, visiting Judge A. Wallace Tashima will hold the latest hearing on the federal lawsuit looking to stop the rail project. That proceeding will look at whether Hono­lulu transit officials have fully complied with Tashima’s previous order to more closely weigh an alternate route that ends at the University of Hawaii instead of at Ala Moana Center. Login for more...



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