The logistics of Middle Street would simply not allow for a useful, functional system if rail stopped at this location. Despite the location of a large bus transfer center, Middle Street would be inefficient as a rail transfer point for reasons such as:

  • Middle Street is not easily accessible to eastbound buses travelling on Kamehameha or Nimitz;
  • If Middle Street is utilized as a rail transfer point, passengers traveling toward Downtown Honolulu would still be subject to the daily heavy traffic congestion on either King Street or Dillingham Boulevard; and,
  • It would take up to10 buses to accommodate the passengers arriving on just one train.
  • In addition, Dillingham Boulevard is the heaviest volume corridor for public transportation on Oahu; therefore, stopping the project at Middle Street would fail to provide this needed transportation option to the many people who live and work along Dillingham.
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