The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) today announced the award of a contract for the relocation of utility infrastructure along Dillingham Boulevard to Nan, Inc. Under procurement requirements, the award is subject to a 10-day period when other bidders may file a protest. The Dillingham utility relocations have long been identified as a critical component for the completion of the rail project.
A recent City audit of the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) finds that HART has successfully completed all nine recommendations, which the Honolulu City Auditor previously deemed incomplete. The Office of the City Auditor released the results of its follow-up audit to assess the extent that HART has acted upon nine different recommendations, from past audits dating back to 2016. HART passed with flying colors.
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) today announced it has submitted its 2022 Recovery Plan to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). The Recovery Plan was required by the FTA to document HART’s plans for the completion of the rail project within the amount of funding that is forecast to be available.
Mahalo to HART Team Transit for volunteering at two events to commemorate and help celebrate Memorial Day by participating in “Volunteer Work Day at the Zoo” and the “Sew a Lei” this past weekend with our sister departments and the community.
The City Council Committee on Transportation Sustainability and Health unanimously approved the HART Board Approved 2022 Recovery Plan on Tuesday, May 24, 2022.
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) was selected to receive a $500,000 Brownfields Assessment Grant.
HART has awarded the City Center Utilities Relocation (CCUR) III construction contract to Frank V. Coluccio Construction Company, Inc (FVCCC). This phase of utility relocation work is anticipated to start in mid-June 2022. The intent of this project is to relocate both wet and dry utilities from Ka’a’ahi Street, Nimitz Highway and Halekauwila Street in advance of the City Center Guideway and Stations (CCGS) contract. Both daytime and nighttime work is anticipated with periods of 24/7 construction in select areas on an as-needed basis.
Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) Executive Director and CEO Lori Kahikina, P.E. issued the following statement regarding the resignation of Lynn McCrory from the
HART and Shimmick/Traylor/Granite Joint-Venture (STG) would like to inform motorists of overnight closures near the Kahauiki (Middle Street-Kalihi Transit Center) Station to support guideway construction, station construction and gantry disassembly.
Overall project completion % is based on the full 20 miles and 21 stations scheduled for 2031