The Honolulu rail system will feature 19 stations along a 18.9-mile long corridor on the south shore of O‘ahu. The design of each station’s entryway will be unique to the community it serves. Stations will include architectural design elements that honor the area’s history and culture. The final two stations (Kakaʻako and Ala Moana) will be completed in a separate project phase.
Services & Amenities
Three general configurations
A concourse is a walkway that provides access to, and connects with, platforms. Many project stations will have a concourse that allows passengers to get from one side of the station to the other, without having to cross the street below.
The 21 Stations
Waipahu Transit Center
Leeward Community College
Station ADA Access
HART places a high priority on meeting and exceeding the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and is working to make Honolulu’s rail system readily accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities.
For Customers with Mobility Impairments
- Elevator access from ground level to each elevated passenger platform level
- Large-cab elevators with glass walls for security
- Escalators at major stations
- Handrails on stairways
- Concourse level that provides convenient access to boarding platforms and allows safe crossing over the streets below
- Level boarding (with standard ADA compliant 3-inch gap) between the platform and the train’s entry door
- Designated areas in train cars reserved for wheelchair users
- Priority seats for senior citizens and those with disabilities
For Customers with Visual Impairments
- Braille signage with tactile raised letters in large-print
- Audio announcements
- Texture changes and tactile platform edges at gate openings
For Customers with Hearing Impairments
- Electronic message signs
- Directional and informational signage
- Universal symbols and signs with text labels
- Visual rail system and neighborhood maps
- Conveniently located accessible ticket vending machines
- Connections with TheBus, TheHandi-Van and passenger vehicle drop-off and pickup points
- Ability to use HOLO Card on the rail system, TheBus and TheHandi-Van
- Platform screen gates for safety
- High-definition closed-circuit TV security cameras for monitoring and security for passenger safety
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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.