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Old May 30th, 2015, 09:23 AM   #361
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Reality of Rail: Dan Grabauskas of HART discusses rail construction, tax issues

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Posted: May 28, 2015 12:09 PM HST
Updated: May 28, 2015 12:14 PM HST

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
Dan Grabauskas, executive director and CEO of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation, returned to Sunrise for an update on the rail project. Among many topics, he addressed the status of the general excise tax extension bill on the governor's desk, businesses affected by construction and the traffic issues that have resulted.

He also took questions submitted to our Facebook page, including what HART has planned for the number of rail cars, stops and the traffic flow in town.

In addition, he showed us a photo of the shell of one of the cars that will arrive in Hawaii in the near future.



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Old June 5th, 2015, 02:09 AM   #362
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Colleen Hanabusa will help oversee Oahu's rail mass-transit system

Jun 2, 2015, 7:06am HST

Former congresswoman and state Senate president Colleen Hanabusa will join the board of directors that is overseeing the construction and operation of Oahu's 20-mile, elevated-rail mass-transit system.

Hanabusa will replace Carrie Okinaga on the board of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation later this month. Okinaga is leaving the board to become vice president for legal affairs and general counsel at the University of Hawaii.

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Published: June 1, 2015, 4:12 pm
Updated: June 1, 2015, 7:05 pm

A former congresswoman is joining the board that oversees the city’s multi-billion dollar rail transit project.

Mayor Kirk Caldwell appointed Colleen Hanabusa as the new board member for the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation.

“I am confident that Congresswoman Hanabusa, with her decades of service as an attorney, as Hawaii Senate President, and in Congress, will closely monitor HART’s spending and safeguard taxpayer money,” the mayor said. “Being from Waianae, she knows how badly west side residents need this alternative to sitting in some of the worst traffic in the entire nation every day.

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Old June 5th, 2015, 03:00 AM   #363
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Former councilman to pay fine over illegal gifts

Posted: May 28, 2015 7:18 AM HST
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HONOLULU (AP) - Former City Councilman Nestor Garcia has made an agreement with the Honolulu Ethics Commission that may affect the future of the city's $5.8 billion rail transit project.

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports the commission announced Wednesday that Garcia agreed to pay $8,100 to settle allegations that he accepted illegal gifts and failed to report them.

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Hawaii Reporter seems to expands on this....

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Former Council Chair Nestor Garcia Fined $6,500 - Largest Fine in City's History - for Failure to Disclose Conflicts of Interest on Rail Project

“He (Honolulu Council Member Nestor Garcia) failed to file conflict of interest disclosures for 38 rail transit bills and resolutions and for 14 other matters such as rezoning from agriculture to commercial and residential uses around Kapolei.” - Honolulu Ethics Commission, July 2, 2012

BY MALIA ZIMMERMAN - Honolulu City Council Member Nestor Garcia at one time had considerable power and influence over the 9-member Honolulu City Council, a legislative body that makes key decisions impacting Oahu’s 1.2 million people.

He served as transportation chair when the most important debates took place on whether the city council would support a 20-mile, elevated steel on steel rail project at a cost of $5 billion or if other less costly alternative transportation methods would be selected, and for six months afterward from December 2010 to June 2011, he was the chair of the entire council.

But Garcia’s reputation and upward career track took a hit on March 24, 2011, when KITV News reported Garcia was serving as a board member and executive director of Board membership of the Kapolei Chamber of Commerce, an organization that was advocating for the rail and whose members were pro-rail companies that would benefit financially from the project he was pushing and approving while on the council. In addition, Garcia was being paid $60,000 a year for the Chamber job - more than the $58,596 he was paid annually for the city council position. In addition to his city council salary, and funding from the Kapolei chamber, Garcia receives $30,000 from Dura Construction for his work as a safety officer. That was a combined annual salary of nearly $150,000.

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I understand. But if those are indeed facts, we just need to accept the fact that some politicians just have that mindset of "more $$ for me at the expense of my constituents", a sad reality of being in power. I mean, I am pleased that Honolulu will build an elevated rail system, which will bring the city into the 21st century in terms of mobility, and I am looking forward to following this project.
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Old June 7th, 2015, 07:46 AM   #365
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I understand. But if those are indeed facts, we just need to accept the fact that some politicians just have that mindset of "more $$ for me at the expense of my constituents", a sad reality of being in power. I mean, I am pleased that Honolulu will build an elevated rail system, which will bring the city into the 21st century in terms of mobility, and I am looking forward to following this project.
They really only gave him a slap on the wrist. If they came down too hard on him they would have to do the same to a lot of other city officials. Even with the fines he still made over $100,000. This isn't a big deal and its just something to fill the 24 hours news cycle. The overall history of Hawaii is one filled with corruption. I'm not saying what he did was right but people have done far worse and gotten away with it out here.

All the decisions he made concerning zoning and rail I agree with and would have occurred regardless of whether he held office or not.

The rail project is getting built quite quickly for Hawaii standards and it seems a lot of the anti rail crowd has accepted the fact this project is happening. It's hard to find many stories about rail once the legislative session ended.
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Old June 11th, 2015, 04:00 PM   #366
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Hawaiian Dredging wins contract to build three rail stations in Waipahu
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Published: June 10, 2015, 4:59 pm
Updated: June 10, 2015, 5:03 pm

Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation awarded Wednesday a construction contract to Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company to build three rail stations in Waipahu.

Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company received a $78.9 million contract for the Farrington Highway station group, consisting of the West Loch, Waipahu Transit Center and Leeward Community College stations.

Bids for the station group contract were opened in March. Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company was the apparent low bidder. The second-lowest bidder filed a bid protest that was denied by HART. That company then filed an appeal in April with the state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA). The DCCA ruled in HART’s favor on May 28. These challenges delayed the award by about three months.

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Posted: Jun 10, 2015 10:35 AM HST
Updated: Jun 10, 2015 10:39 AM HST
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WAIPAHU, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation awarded a $78.9 million contract on Wednesday to the Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company to build three rail stations in the Waipahu area.

The company will be responsible for the Farrington Highway station group, consisting of the West Loch, Waipahu Transit Center and Leeward Community College stations.

Bids for the station group contract were opened in March with the Hawaiian Dredging Construction as the lowest bidder, but still higher than city estimates.

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Hawaiian Dredging Construction Co. was awarded a $78.9 million contract to build three rail stations in the Waipahu area for the multi-billion dollar Honolulu rail transit project, the city agency overseeing the project said Wednesday.

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation said the contract for the Farrington Highway station group involves the West Loch, Waipahu Transit Center and Leeward Community College stations.

Bids for the station group contract were opened in March. Hawaiian Dredging was the apparent low bidder, but the second-lowest bidder, Nan Inc., filed a bid protest that was denied by HART.

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Progress made on rail guideway over H-1 Freeway, but work continues
Posted: Jun 15, 2015 9:03 AM HST
Updated: Jun 15, 2015 9:54 AM HST

PEARL CITY, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Honolulu rail crews have connected two major sections of the concrete guideway over the H-1 Freeway near the H-1 / H-2 split.

The original sections of the guideway that are supported by the balanced cantilevers are now connected, but work continues to build out the guideway on each end towards the Waipahu route on Farrington Highway and along Kamehameha Highway in Pearl City. Rail officials say the work to finish the guideway across this stretch of the H-1 Freeway will continue into 2016.

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HART opens bids for West Oahu station group construction contract


By Gina Mangieri and Web Staff
Published: June 16, 2015, 2:42 pm
Updated: June 16, 2015, 10:58 pm

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation opened contract bids for the West Oahu station group Tuesday.

The group consists of the East Kapolei, UH-West Oahu and Hoopili stations.

The contract, which has yet to be awarded, will likely go to the lowest bidder, Nan Inc., which is fresh off a failed protest for the previous rail contract to build three rail stations in Waipahu.

Bidder -------------------------- Total of all bid items (from lowest to highest)
Nan Inc. --------------------------------------- $56,088,470
Watts Constructors --------------------------- $66,543,692
Hensel Phelps --------------------------------- $67,234,000
Hawaiian Dredging Construction Co. -------- $73,400,000

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New bids for rail stations come in below estimates


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The artist rendering above shows the future rail stop at Honolulu Airport, which will be between the international and overseas parking structures.

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POSTED: 3:14 p.m. HST, Jun 16, 2015
LAST UPDATED: 3:29 p.m. HST, Jun 16, 2015

The latest bids opened to build stations along Oahu’s rail line have come in more favorably than the previous group of bids that were opened about three months ago.

On Tuesday, rail officials opened bids from four companies vying to build the three western-most stations along the line, at East Kapolei, UH West Oahu and Hoopili.

They had estimated that the work would cost between $65 and $80 million.

The lowest bid, from Nan, Inc., came in at $56.1 million.

The highest, from Hawaiian Dredging Construction Co., came in at $73.4 million.

Firms Hensel Phelps and Watts Constructors also submitted bids, at $67.2 million and $66.5 million, respectively.

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HART unveils latest station bids

Posted: Jun 16, 2015 7:19 PM HST
Updated: Jun 16, 2015 7:38 PM HST
By Rick Daysog

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - After the construction costs soared by 60 percent last year, rail officials said they now have a better handle on their spending.

"We feel pretty good about what we've seen today ... most of the bids were clustered at the low end," said Dan Grabauskas, CEO of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation

On Tuesday, rail officials unveiled the names of bidders vying to build the rail system's East Kapolei, UH West Oahu and Hoopili stations.

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A Ray of Hope for Honolulu Rail?

For the first time in quite awhile, bids came in lower than estimated, a welcome sign for officials building the largest public works project in Hawaii’s history.

JUNE 16, 2015
By NICK GRUBE

Honolulu’s $6 billion rail project received a slight dose of positive news Tuesday when officials opened bids for construction of three stations on the west side of Oahu.

The lowest bidder came in with a price less than anticipated, and all other offers were within the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation’s target range $65 million to $80 million.

“It’s good news,” HART Executive Director and CEO Dan Grabauskas said as he stared at the numbers projected on a screen inside the agency’s offices, where the bid opening occurred. “It’s very good news.”

Nan, Inc. is the apparent low bidder to build the three stations at East Kapolei, the University of Hawaii-West Oahu and Hoopili, a recently approved subdivision. The company’s bid came in at just over $56 million, which is $10 million less than the next lowest offer.

HART must review Nan’s proposal before a contract is signed. Other companies also can protest the bid, which might cause a delay in awarding the contract. If Nan’s bid holds up, however, it could signal a positive change for HART.

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Council member wants public, private employers to help ease rail traffic



UPDATED 10:46 PM HST Jun 17, 2015
By Andrew Pereira

HONOLULU —The city's rail project won't be running for several years, and that’s causing plenty of pain for residents in Aiea, Pearl City and Waipahu who have been dealing with rush hour gridlock for months now.

"It's got to a point where it's become very long in terms of the wait times for residents commuting back and forth from home and work," said City Councilman Brandon Elefante, who represents many of the areas affected by rail construction.

Hoping to ease some of the congestion through Farrington Highway and Kamehameha Highway, Elefante has introduced a resolution (15-163) that asks public and private employers to offer their workers flex time.

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Rail’s Deep Black Hole: Digging Out One Shovelful at a Time
The need for enormous, ongoing subsidies for rail is daunting, but new bids for three rail stations show that HART can cut costs when it tries.

JUNE 19, 2015
By THE CIVIL BEAT EDITORIAL BOARD

We learned a bit more over the past week about Honolulu’s beleaguered $6 billion rail project, and for a change, a spoonful of good news was mixed in with a healthy helping of bad.

First, the bad news. As Civil Beat’s Nick Grube and Bob Porterfield reported in an analysis published June 11, budget projections from the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation show that in the first 12 years, costs for operation and maintenance will total more than $1.7 billion. Fare revenue will cover less than one-third of those costs, leaving an annual O&M deficit of about $100 million a year.

While O&M deficits of that magnitude may be news to Civil Beat and its readers, they’re apparently not to HART, city leaders or others close to the project. The city’s transportation services director is said to be devising a plan to address those costs, but issues such as the lack of clarity around fare pricing and other potential revenue sources (advertising and station naming rights, for instance) have to be addressed first.

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Published: June 17, 2015, 1:38 pm
Updated: June 17, 2015, 1:41 pm

he number of jobs directly related to the Honolulu rail transit project continues to grow, the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) said Wednesday.

The number of rail jobs in the first quarter of 2015 grew to 1,427, as compared to 1,365 jobs during last quarter of 2014, HART said.

The quarterly job count includes current contractors Kiewit, Ansaldo Honolulu JV, Nan Inc, various architectural firms working for the project, along with HART staff.

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Hopfully this will be good news...
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Japan’s Hitachi will move to final phase of Ansaldo acquisition this fall

Jun 22, 2015, 7:18am HST

Japan’s Hitachi expects to move into the final phase by the end of October on its acquisition of the Italian rail car maker Ansaldo, which has a $1.4 billion contract to build and operate the driverless cars for Honolulu’s rail transit system.

Hitachi is acquiring the rail car-making unit AnsaldoBreda and rail signaling unit Ansaldo STS from Italian defense giant Finmeccanica for $2.2 billion.

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HONOLULU —When you drive in Honolulu, you really can't miss all of the tourist buses or city buses on the street. In a couple of months, you're going to start seeing a new bus on the roads. With the help of a lot of volunteers and creative thinking, retired city buses have a brand new purpose.

Some old retired city buses are getting a second life. Five buses will be transformed into traveling homeless shelters.

TheBus idea came from Honolulu's executive director for the office of housing.

"I have a dream. I need some architects. There's some buses. Do you think they can be turned into shelters? And that's how it started," said Ma Ry Kim from Group 70 International.

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Fort Weaver overpass to be closed starting Sunday

UPDATED 6:42 PM HST Jun 23, 2015
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EWA BEACH, Hawaii —The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation and city officials celebrated a milestone for the rail project on Tuesday.

Fort Weaver Road marks the highest point of the rail project, which broke ground in 2012 near the KROC Center.

"It is very exciting for us to be here at the 3-mile mark. It's pretty stunning to see a crane atop the guideway. To see the men and women atop there doing the construction activity," said HART Executive Director Dan Grabauskas.

The rail guideway is made up of roughly 1,500 segments that make up 128 spans. Each span takes up the area from one column to the next. Officials say it takes about 2.5 days to build each span.

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With rail being built their seems to be very little positive attitude towards the project and many don't even care that it's being built. It's hard to really talk about it when you realize that there's a lot more vocal opponents then supporters.
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Ft. Weaver Rd. overpass to close as rail construction reaches 3-mile mark



By Brent Remadna and Web Staff
Published: June 22, 2015, 10:35 pm
Updated: June 23, 2015, 7:07 pm

On Tuesday, the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation passed the three-mile mark in the construction of the rail guideway.

The next phase will cross over Fort Weaver Road and that means lane closures.

The Fort Weaver Road/Kunia Road overpass near Waipahu and Ewa will be closed overnight for two weeks for rail construction beginning Sunday evening, June 28.

The overnight lane closures, to run Sundays through Thursdays, will allow crews to safely build the elevated rail guideway over the vehicular overpass at the intersection of Fort Weaver Road and Farrington Highway. The work and related lane closures are expected to run two weeks from June 28 to July 10.

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Thanks for all of you who post and give me an update on what happening to Honolulu's Rail. I will hope to add my own photos soon.
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