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Rail again in deficit danger zone

  • DENNIS ODA / JAN. 13

    Please be advised that the Council will have no choice but to stand firmly behind its decision that no more money generated by the GET tax extension be appropriated for this project. For the sake of Oahu’s taxpayers, we need to stop the bleeding.”

    Ernie Martin

    City Council chairman in a March 24 letter to HART chairman Don Horner about Oahu’s rail project. Pictured above is the rail construction in Kapolei.

As rail costs continue to climb, questions are mounting over whether a new five-year tax extension will generate enough money to complete the 20-mile transit project. Read more

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