Honolulu Bankrupt Over Rail – The Debtors Train

Posted on November 17, 2013

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With the  judges decision and verdict still out why is the State of Hawaii in such a hurry??  Photo courtesy of carrollcox.com

With the judges decision and verdict still out why is the State of Hawaii in such a hurry?? Photo courtesy of carrollcox.com

Many people questions if the Honolulu Rail Transit is the right path for Oahu with the cost in the billions, not including change orders, will the Rail really help with the congestion on our roadways or will it bring a lower standard of living to those living along the corridor, and a larger burden on taxpayers? We discuss some of the issues being raised and of the concerns other cities have had with similar transit systems on our TV Show “Pathways to Paradise” this Sunday Nov. 17, 2013 at 8:30 pm on channel 49 in Honolulu.

Watch our TV interview – Honolulu Bankrupt over Rail : http://olelo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=30&clip_id=37386

With the verdict still out and the Courts still reviewing all the pro’s and con’s, why has the State of Hawaii rushed ahead to continue the work? Agriculture land has been sacrificed for a rushed Rail Transit System, thousands of Dollars of expensive Steel Rails sit on the dock. Many families have also had to forfeiture their homes which have been declared condemned property in the path of the rail. Concerns with proper sound barriers falling within regulations of required decimals to prevent harm to the public and community.

Find out more this Sunday in my discussion with Mr. Steve Myers, Steve has a background in Urban Development, City Planning & Engineering. Steve also help a small County in the State of New York exercise its 10th Amendment rights and prevent a low nuclear waste facility from being built in the area.

Agriculture land sacrificed for a rushed Rail Transit System on Oahu  Photo by Carroll Cox

Agriculture land sacrificed for a rushed Rail Transit System on Oahu Photo by Carroll Cox

How can taxpayers afford such an expensive Rail Transit that many worry won't relieve congestion photo by Carroll Cox

How can taxpayers afford such an expensive Rail Transit that many worry won’t relieve congestion photo by Carroll Cox

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