Lorraine AkoFebruary 15, 2012  J302, Section 1
Honolulu International Airport Honolulu, HI Lat: 21° 19’ 07.252” Lng: -157° 55’ 20.743”                            Act...
Rail Route Station on Aolele St. Portion of route  moving to Ualena St.    Proposed location of rail station
Problems Station height thought to be a problem 2009 Draft Environmental Impact Assessment, height not  an issue Real p...
Impact Could serve at least 7,000 workers at or near airport 43% support, 53% oppose rail system
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Honolulu Rail Transit - Airport Station

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A presentation prepared for Deidre Pike's Journalism 302 class in the Spring 2012 semester at the UH School of Communications.

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Honolulu Rail Transit - Airport Station

  1. 1. Lorraine AkoFebruary 15, 2012 J302, Section 1
  2. 2. Honolulu International Airport Honolulu, HI Lat: 21° 19’ 07.252” Lng: -157° 55’ 20.743”  Active since 1938  Up to 325,000 operations per year
  3. 3. Rail Route Station on Aolele St. Portion of route moving to Ualena St. Proposed location of rail station
  4. 4. Problems Station height thought to be a problem 2009 Draft Environmental Impact Assessment, height not an issue Real problem was Runway Protection Zone Portion moving from Aolele St. to Ualena St., $29 Million
  5. 5. Impact Could serve at least 7,000 workers at or near airport 43% support, 53% oppose rail system

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