Frequently Asked Questions - Interim Opening
The first phase of the system, from East Kapolei to Aloha Stadium, is undergoing testing that is expected to be completed within the next year. At that time when segment one is fully operational, HART will deliver this segment to the Department of Transportation Services, which will determine the timing for a public opening and all other operational questions.
Items allowed on the trains include: bicycles, surfboards, wheelchairs, strollers, coolers, and luggage.
Four park-and-ride lots will be constructed at the following stations: Kualaka'i at East Kapolei, Keone'ae at UH West Oahu, Waiawa at Pearl Highlands, and Hālawa at Aloha Stadium. These will provide a total of 4,100 parking spaces. For the convenience of Central O'ahu transit users, a dedicated access ramp will directly connect the H-2 Freeway to the Waiawa Station at Pearl Highlands park-and-ride facility and bus transit center.