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HART told to hold line on costs


    A $650 million difference between bids to finish rail work to Middle Street prompted City Council Chairman Ernie Martin to seek assurance that HART officials will keep costs from rising. Above, a rail car stored at the HART rail operations center in Pearl City.

The wide range of prices for the contract to build the latest major stretch of rail has the Honolulu City Council chairman worried that costs could rise — and he wants to know what project officials plan to do to keep costs in check. Read more

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