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Honolulu withdraws from participating in the procurement of a public-private partnership for the rail project

  • DENNIS ODA / MAY 3
                                Mayor Caldwell said it’s up to HART to cancel the procurement of the public-private partnership with an unidentified contractor. Above, work is done to relocate the utilities along Dillingham Boulevard for the rail line.

    DENNIS ODA / MAY 3

    Mayor Caldwell said it’s up to HART to cancel the procurement of the public-private partnership with an unidentified contractor. Above, work is done to relocate the utilities along Dillingham Boulevard for the rail line.

The city’s rail project was thrown into further disarray Friday when Mayor Kirk Caldwell announced that he has notified the Federal Transit Administration of the city’s decision to withdraw from its “participation in the procurement” of a public-private partnership for the final leg of the city’s $9.2 billion rail project. Read more

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