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HART warns public to stay off tracks

  • COURTESY HONOLULU AUTHORITY FOR RAPID TRANSPORTATION

    After four individuals broke into the Halawa station on Monday and were captured on surveillance video walking along the track, the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation issued a warning to the public about the danger of electrocution due to electrified tracks which are undergoing testing.

  • COURTESY HART
                                Gray coverings with yellow high-voltage signs on them house the third rail, which powers the trains and is dangerous for anyone who touches it. It would mean instant electrocution. It is energized at times with 750 volts.

    COURTESY HART

    Gray coverings with yellow high-voltage signs on them house the third rail, which powers the trains and is dangerous for anyone who touches it. It would mean instant electrocution. It is energized at times with 750 volts.

  • COURTESY HART
                                Above, HART construction in the Honouliuli area, between Waipahu and Kipapa on Farrington Highway.

    COURTESY HART

    Above, HART construction in the Honouliuli area, between Waipahu and Kipapa on Farrington Highway.

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM 
                                HART construction in Honouliuli area. Between Waipahu and Kipapa on Farrington Hwy.

    CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    HART construction in Honouliuli area. Between Waipahu and Kipapa on Farrington Hwy.

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