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Old April 6th, 2015, 04:02 AM   #221
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Deadline for crucial legislation approaches
Decisions remain on Hawaii's public hospitals and Honolulu rail project

Published 10:54 AM HST Mar 08, 2015

HONOLULU óThe Legislature is approaching a major deadline to get bills from one chamber to the other chamber.

All bills must pass out of their chamber of origin this week. Those that don't will die.

And crucial decisions remain on medical marijuana dispensaries, Hawaii's public hospitals and a tax to fund Honolulu's struggling rail project. [...]

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House and Senate pass bills to extend rail tax
Posted: Mar 10, 2015 6:41 PM HST
Updated: Mar 10, 2015 8:39 PM HST
By Lisa Kubota

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
Hundreds of bills passed out of the House and Senate on Tuesday, ahead of a key deadline. The measures now cross over from the chamber in which they originated to the other side.

Each chamber approved a measure to extend Honolulu's rail tax. Mayor Kirk Caldwell wanted the 0.5% General Excise Tax surcharge to be permanent to help deal with the project's $900 million shortfall. The Senate version, however, would only extend the funding for five additional years to 2027.

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Bills to Extend Honoluluís Rail Tax Clear House, Senate
Hundreds of bills, from pot to pesticides, crossed over to the other chamber ahead of Thursday's deadline.

MARCH 10, 2015
By NATHAN EAGLE

Marijuana, vacation rentals, food security, energy, pesticides and extending the tax funding for Honoluluís rail project are just some of the issues state lawmakers are moving forward on this session.

The House and Senate each passed hundreds of bills Tuesday, sending them from their originating chamber to the other chamber for its consideration.

There was little or no opposition to most of the legislation up for approval, but there were a handful of bills that sparked lively debates on the floor, especially the rail tax, sexual education and medical marijuana dispensaries.

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HART terminates $63 million rail contract, could cost taxpayers


By Gina Mangieri
Published: March 11, 2015, 9:53 pm
Updated: March 12, 2015, 11:30 am

A $63 million rail contract will be canceled over a conflict of interest. Itís an issue that could end up costing taxpayers.

Always Investigating has been keeping tabs on unresolved cost and oversight questions for rail.

Late Wednesday, we found out a multimillion-dollar contract is getting the ax, all because two companies, AECOM and URS, merged last fall.

Both have rail contracts with URS paid $63 million to watch over the $99 million in various jobs AECOM is doing, including designing some rail stations and guideway sections.

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Monday, March 16, 2015
Written by Douglas John Bowen

Mindful of a potential conflict of interest, the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) has canceled a $63 million contract previously awarded to URS Corp. in a consultant role.

HART officials note that, subsequently, URS Corp. has been acquired by Los Angeles-based AECOM, which is one of the companies selected to oversee HART rapid transit operations.

HART Executive Director Dan Grabauskas determined a conflict was likely , because workers from the same company would now be monitoring their own colleagues to ensure quality on the city's behalf. The URS contract in essence charged the company with overseeing a $99 million in various work assigned to AECOM, including designing some rail stations and portions of the 20-mile right-of-way.

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"$6 billion rail system"

Why is it that expensive?
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Old April 6th, 2015, 05:20 AM   #226
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Currently, the city council is grilling HART for that reason at the moment, which I will get to once I try to finish the rest of March. I'm crazy just trying to do this.

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Honolulu Rail Tax: How Long Will It Go?
An extension of the GET surcharge is still alive after a Senate hearing Thursday, but it's way too soon to know what a final version will look like.

MARCH 19, 2015
By NICK GRUBE

Hawaii lawmakers seem poised to bail out Honoluluís over-budget elevated rail system, but they have yet to find the right tax formula.

On Thursday, a state Senate panel approved a convoluted House measure that could extend Oahuís 0.5 percent general excise tax surcharge for an additional 25 years.

The tax surcharge is currently set to expire in 2022. City officials say that without an extension they canít complete the project.

Under the latest proposal the surcharge would be extended to 2027, at which point the Legislature would have to vote to keep it alive for another 10 years. In 2037, lawmakers would again need to approve a 10-year extension.

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Pearl City closures, traffic trigger up to two-hour bus delays


By Kristine Uyeno
Published: March 24, 2015, 8:16 pm

Some in Pearl City can now find themselves waiting for two hours just to catch the bus.

According to Oahu Transit Services, buses are running anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour behind schedule in the area during the week.

On the weekends, some buses are two hours late.

Transit officials are blaming the delay on lane closures and say they plan to ask the city, state and the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation for help.

On Sunday, Kamehameha Highway saw major gridlock ó a combination of having fewer lanes because of rail work and drivers using the road to avoid lane closures on the H-1 Freeway for a different project. [...]

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Council report shows little wiggle room when it comes to rail

UPDATED 7:23 PM HST Mar 25, 2015
By Andrew Pereira

HONOLULU —A report released Wednesday by the City Council details some tough choices that must be made regarding Honolulu’s $5.3 billion rail project.

The three-page Permitted Interaction Group report, or PIG, comes about a month after council members Brandon Elefante, Joey Manahan, Ernie Martin and Trevor Ozawa met with top officials from the Federal Transit Administration Feb. 24 in Washington, D.C. The face-to-face came after the council learned in January from a KITV4 report that the project was facing cost overruns and budget shortfalls totaling $910 million.

The main conclusion of the fact-finding mission is this: the city has very little wiggle room when it comes to changing certain aspects of the project that were agreed to under a full funding grant agreement signed in December 2012.

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Old April 6th, 2015, 05:38 AM   #229
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Frequent Fliers: Nearly $500K Spent on Rail Travel to Date
Travel is a necessity when it comes to building Honolulu's first ever commuter rail line, and taxpayers are on the hook.

MARCH 25, 2015
By NICK GRUBE

On May 25, 2013, Honolulu rail chief Dan Grabauskas boarded a plane for Europe to check in on the Italian train manufacturer that had signed a $1.4 billion contract with the city to design, build and operate the driverless system.

AnsaldoBreda and AnsaldoSTS, which together form Ansaldo Honolulu JV, were facing a deluge of bad press for shoddy construction and broken contractual promises from Buffalo, New York, to Gothenburg, Sweden.

Ansaldo’s parent company, Finmeccanica SpA, had problems of its own. The company was bleeding money, and its CEO had been accused of offering bribes for contracts. He has since been acquitted.

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House committee approves audit of rail project


Published 2:31 PM HST Mar 25, 2015

HONOLULU óMembers of the state House Transportation Committee unanimously passed two resolutions Wednesday (HCR 181&HR 119) that call for a state audit of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, which is overseeing construction of Honolulu's $5.3 billion rail project.

Transportation Committee Vice Chair Rep. Matt LoPresti said even though HART has internal audit mechanisms in place, including outside audits by the Federal Transit Administration, committee members felt an additional state audit is appropriate given that the project is already facing cost overruns and budget shortfalls totaling at least $910 million.

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Hawaii lawmakers want to audit the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation while officials there questions whether the added scrutiny is necessary.

MARCH 25, 2015∑By NICK GRUBE

Hawaii lawmakers, who are considering the extension of a tax hike to pay for Honoluluís $6 billion rail project, want more assurances before they sign off.

On Wednesday, the House Transportation Committee passed two resolutions to audit the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, which is overseeing construction of the elevated railroad system.

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Honolulu Rail: Big Questions Demand a Legislative Special Session
Recent surprises including cost overruns, revenue shortfalls and a lack of transparency around subcontractors deserve undivided legislative attention.

MARCH 30, 2015
By THE CIVIL BEAT EDITORIAL BOARD

Ever been accosted by a pushy salesman demanding, ďWhat would it take to get you into this car today?Ē

That image comes uncomfortably to mind too often these days in the dialogue concerning the troubled, $6 billion (and counting) Honolulu rail project.

In recent weeks and months, weíve been treated to news of surprise cost overruns and revenue shortfalls totaling nearly $1 billion, troubling assertions by the agency managing the project that itís not responsible for tracking costs of its hundreds of subcontractors and urgent calls from Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell for the Legislature to pass an extension of the tax providing the lionís share of project funding. Delaying the extension, we are warned, will only make things more expensive and moving ahead on the project more difficult.

Time is running out! Act now to lock in at todayís rates!

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Rail community town hall set for Monday evening
Meeting at Washington Middle School starting at 5:30 p.m.

Published 11:33 AM HST Mar 30, 2015
By Clayton Wakida, KITV Digital Media Manager

HONOLULU —Lawmakers will be holding a community town hall meeting on Oahu's rail project Monday evening at Washington Middle School.

The meeting is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell is scheduled to be there along with Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transit officials.

The following politicians are scheduled to attend the meeting:

Sen. Brickwood Galuteria
Sen. Les Ihara
Rep. Scott Saiki
Rep. Della Au Belatti
Rep. Scott Nishimoto
Councilmember Ann Kobayashi

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UPDATED 11:00 PM HST Mar 30, 2015
By Kenny Choi

A recent projected deficit of $910 million for the Honolulu rail project has both lawmakers and residents concerned. Tensions mounted as officials tried to explain the future of rail finances to a crowd ready to tear it down.

Link to video: http://www.kitv.com/news/rail-town-h...dents/32103214

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Railing Against Honoluluís $6 Billion Rail Project
More than 100 people showed up to a town hall meeting to question city and HART officials about the controversial project.

MARCH 30, 2015
By NICK GRUBE

Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell and his top transit official took their licks from a decidedly anti-rail crowd during a boisterous town hall meeting at Washington Middle School on Wednesday.

While much of the frustration stemmed from the cityís desire to extend a half-percent surcharge on the General Excise Tax to pay for a nearly $1 billion project shortfall, many critics rehashed old concerns, including worry that rail is a financial boondoggle and wonít ease Honoluluís worsening traffic congestion.

But there was also a very real sense of mistrust among attendees, with several challenging the assertions made by the mayor and Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation Executive Director and CEO Dan Grabauskas.

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ZipperLane open to westbound drivers as traffic at standstill
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POSTED: 10:46 a.m. HST, Mar 31, 2015
LAST UPDATED: 05:32 p.m. HST, Apr 01, 2015

Pau-hana commutes were running more than three hours to get from downtown to either Kapolei or Mililani Tuesday after the state's two ZipMobiles went down because of bad battery packs, creating congestion on the H-1 freeway.

Just to go five miles from downtown to Honolulu Airport was taking 42 minutes.

"We absolutely apologize to the public," said Ed Sniffen, deputy director of the State Department of Transportation's highways division.

State transportation officials said the ZipperLane would remain open for westbound traffic until midnight Tuesday. But motorists would have to enter from Nimitz Highway west of Sand Island and then exit the ZipperLane at Manager's Drive.

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ZipMobile repaired a day after it broke down
UPDATED 6:59 AM HST Apr 02, 2015
By Clayton Wakida, KITV Digital Media Manager

HONOLULU óThe state Department of Transportation is notifying motorists that repairs on the ZipMobile near the Honolulu International Airport has been successful Wednesday afternoon.

The other ZipMobile was stalled in the Waikele area due to computer problems since Tuesday morning. At around 11 p.m. Wednesday, crews conducted its first full test on this ZipMobile. The technician brought spare parts for each ZipMobile so this problem won't happen again. The part cost $1,200.

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Lawmaker Frustration Leads to New Call for Rail Audit
Honolulu City Council Ernie Martin wants more scrutiny of the $6 billion project, and is suggesting teaming up with the state to probe spending and financial oversight.

APRIL 1, 2015
By NICK GRUBE

Officials are looking at a tag-team effort to audit Honoluluís $6 billion rail project, which has come under intense scrutiny of late for being over budget and in desperate need of cash.

On Tuesday, Honolulu City Council Chairman Ernie Martin called for the probe in a resolution that piggybacks on a similar request for more oversight from the Legislature.

Martinís resolution says that should both measures pass, the city and state auditors should ďact synergistically to maximize resources, findings and recommendations.Ē

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Tension Bubbles Between Honolulu City Council and HART
They passed two pro-rail measures but council members are concerned they're still not getting the full picture on the rail project.

APRIL 1, 2015
By NICK GRUBE

Honolulu City Council members voted yes on two rail-related measures during a special meeting Wednesday, indicating their support for extending an island-wide tax hike to pay for estimated cost overruns on the $6 billion project.

One measure would allow the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation to issue bonds through the city to ensure thereís enough cashflow to pay for ongoing construction on the 20-mile rail line while other revenues lag. Officials have said that without this money construction could halt as soon as this summer.

The other measure is a placeholder bill that was proposed in anticipation of the state approving an extension of the 0.5 percent General Excise Tax for rail. Bill 23, which passed first reading Wednesday, would simply replace the Dec. 31, 2022 sunset on the GET surcharge with another date should the Legislature and governor decide to act this session.

But even with the pro-rail approvals, several council members expressed their angst over how the project has been managed over the years, from the politics of picking train stops to concerns about where the money has gone.

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Rail transit CEO asks to forgo bonus amid financial woes


By Web Staff
Published: April 2, 2015, 1:47 pm

One of the cityís top-paid employees has requested to forgo his annual bonus, which amounts to tens of thousands of dollars.

As executive director and CEO of Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, Dan Grabauskas makes just over $257,000 a year.

He received a five-percent raise this month as part of a five-year contract that was renewed last October.

He is also entitled to an annual bonus of 15 percent of his salary, or about $38,000.

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Department of Transportation vows to get better

Posted: Apr 03, 2015 3:59 PM HST
Updated: Apr 03, 2015 3:59 PM HST
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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
There was a chorus of criticism following the Department of Transportation's lack of action Tuesday after its zipmobiles malfunctioned.

The state got the message, loud and clear.

"We need to address the potential of the system going down for short periods of time. We're going to look at a plan to see what we can do" said Ed Sniffen, Deputy Director, Highways Division.

If there was anything good to come from the event, it's that the opening of the westbound shoulder lane in the Pearl City/Waimalu area led officials to consider making it a permanent maneuver during peak rush hours.

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Is Ige On Board With Extending Honolulu Rail Tax?
The Hawaii governor is skeptical about extending the General Excise Tax, but he believes the 20-mile project should move forward as planned.

APRIL 6, 2015
By NICK GRUBE

Hawaii Gov. David Ige isnít saying whether he will approve or veto any extension of a General Excise Tax surcharge that is being earmarked for Honoluluís $6 billion rail project.

But he does acknowledge that heís worried an estimated $910 million shortfall in construction costs will continue to balloon. And heís not sure taxpayers should be penalized for potential mismanagement.

At an editorial board meeting with Civil Beat editors and reporters last week, Ige noted that until very recently rail project officials had assured the public that the project was on time and within budget. But a few months ago, Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation officials said the project was coming up significantly short of money.

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