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Council advances bill to raise $44M for rail from city bonds

  • BRUCE ASATO / SEPT. 18

    The Federal Transit Administration demanded that Honolulu find $44 million in taxpayer dollars to help pay for administrative costs associated with its rail project and detail how that would be accomplished by Nov. 20. Pictured, rail guideway towers go up along Kamehameha Highway near Center Drive.

A bill allowing $44 million in city money to be used to help pay for the $8 billion-plus rail project won preliminary approval from the Honolulu City Council on Wednesday. Read more

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