Honolulu rail work being delayed by trouble getting city road closure permits, report says
By Kevin Dayton email@example.com
Feb. 14, 2020
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Federal consultant Hill International Inc. says the awarding of the public-private partnership to complete the Honolulu rail line is stalled by delays in getting city permits for city center utility relocation work along the path of the rail line, and also by the need to increase the “production capacity” of the contractor responsible for moving those utilities. Above, towers for the rail line’s guideway rise near Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.