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The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) is responsible for building the 20-mile, 21-station commuter rail system for the City and County of Honolulu.

Traffic Updates & Alerts

Weekly Traffic Updates

Keep in touch with our weekly field work and traffic update information as the Honolulu Rail Transit Project moves forward with activity taking place along the 20-mile alignment.

Construction Alerts

HART Weekly eBlast

Our weekly newsletter will keep you up-to-date about the project, news, construction, and information on upcoming events.

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Historic & Cultural Preservation

HART’s practices recognize the unique cultural qualities of Hawaii, both regionally as well as at the neighborhood level.  Our proactive sustainability efforts will highlight and preserve our ‘aina for future generations.

HART and Sustainability

Transit-oriented development (TOD) promotes the use of transit, walking, cycling, and reduced dependence on the private automobile through high-density commercial and residential development near high quality transit nodes, such as rail stations.

Construction Update Video Gallery

Project Status

Overall project completion % is based on the full 20 miles and 21 stations scheduled for 2031

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Business Sign-Up

Please fill out our online form below to sign up for HART’s Shop & Dine on the Line program. Your information will be submitted to HART for consideration and is subject to the Agreement Terms & Conditions outlined below. HART reserves the right to reject, cancel or remove any advertising from its program venues for any reason at any time.

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