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Honolulu Rail: How our streets will change.

Below are photos taken from the Honolulu Rail Project's environmental impact statement.

Photos on the left are what our streets look like now and the right side depicts those same streets after the 5.3 billion dollar elevated rail project is completed.

Photos Courtesy: Honolulu Rail Transit Project


Nimitz Highway/Fort Street Intersection Mauka of Irwin Park and Aloha Tower Marketplace, looking Koko Head 
Oahu Market at King Street, looking Makai
Maunakea Street, looking Makai
Mother Waldron Neighborhood Park near Halekauwila Street/Cooke Street Intersection, looking Ewa
Nimitz Highway, makai of Nimitz Highway/Maunakea Street Intersection, looking Ewa and Mauka
Kamehameha Highway near Radford Drive and the Pearl Harbor Naval Base Station Area, looking Mauka
Dillingham Boulevard near Honolulu Community College and Kapalama Station Area, looking Ewa
Kamehameha Highway at Kaahumanu Street, looking Makai
Kamehameha Highway near Acacia Road, looking Ewa
Farrington Highway near Waikele Road, looking Ewa


Related Links:
Online Rail Survey Results
Feature: Honolulu Rail's Next Stop?

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Jul 2, 2011 05:28 pm
 Posted by  Anonymous

It doe not look too bad. In fact I like it

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