What is HART?
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) is the semi-autonomous public transit authority responsible for the project’s planning, design, and construction for an 18.9-mile, automated fixed-guideway rail system with 19 stations extending from East Kapolei Station to a temporary terminus at the Civic Center Station. The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation is governed by the HART Board of Directors and a Chief Executive Officer. The board consists of ten voting members appointed by the Revised Charter of Honolulu, with four members appointed by the Hawaii State Legislature. They include local officials, business leaders, subject matter specialists and advocates.
HART’s management, organization, and capability to plan, construct, and deliver the Project to the City are of paramount importance. Additionally, the execution of contracts, labor agreements, and other instruments to perform its duties and functions; to acquire by eminent domain, purchase, lease, or otherwise, all real property necessary for the development of the system.
HART plans to deliver a safe, reliable, and functional rail transit system to the City. For full project details, visit “About the Project” section.
Our Executive Director and CEO
Lori Kahikina is the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART). Ms. Kahikina is a proud graduate of Kamehameha Schools and the University of Hawaii.
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The Overall Construction and Design Project Progress is based on the Estimate at Completion for the 2022 Recovery Plan scope to Ka‘ākaukukui (Civic Center) Station and the March 2031 Operational Readiness date.