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Rail and TOD News Round-up: Live-Work-Play Aiea has a Start Date

Live-Work-Play Aiea to start construction in 2017?
Delays blamed on challenges in leasing to anchor tenants.

A step in the right direction
UH issues Request for Proposal (RFP) for a master developer for the West Oahu UH campus. Project to include integration with rail station and create a true college town lifestyle experience.

Streets are for people
The role TOD can and will play in making that happen here on Oahu.

Businesses not seeing results from Shop and Dine On the Line program
 I heard HART deputy director Brennan Morioka address this briefly at the Brownfields Seminar #7 on Tuesday. He said HART remains committed to the program and that an additional 20 businesses have signed up recently. Read my thoughts on the program here and you can learn what other places have done to make sure businesses survive and thrive during transit construction here.

Waipahu businesses fight HART and win to retain left-hand turn…for now
I’m thinking it’s going to be critical for the drivers making that left-hand turn to do so safely. If an accident or two happens, that will be the end of it. Drive safely!

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Project Lead for the Colliers Hawaii Transit-Oriented Development Group. The Honolulu Rail Transit project is underway and the time is now to work together to ensure that we have thriving communities that promote health, opportunity and sustainability for everyone. Now is the time to communicate and connect our visions for the future while working to make them happen.

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