All fields are required.
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) has chosen architecture and design firm Perkins+Will to design eight stations for the fourth and final phase of the Honolulu transit-rail project.Spanning 20 miles, the elevated rail line is expected to transport more than 115,000 riders daily and facilitate transit-oriented design. The HART stations are the latest of several transit projects that Perkins+Will has designed worldwide, including the Riyadh Metro and Bus Rapid Transit systems in Saudi Arabia, the Atlanta Beltline and multiple projects in Canada, company officials said in a press release.The firm's approach to transit design is focused on enhancing the rider's experience, "with accessible and inviting stations," said Jeff Doble, the firm's director of transportation design.Meanwhile, Honolulu city officials yesterday unveiled a mock-up of the rail cars that will be used on the elevated line. The model will be on display through the end of April at Kapolei Hale, according to a news report by Hawaiinewsnow.com.
Canada reveals details of 10-year infrastructure plan »
North American rail traffic was mostly on the decline in week No. 6 »
Metro Gold Line light-rail extension marks milestone »
TriMet backs bill to exempt personal information from Oregon's open records law »
South Carolina port continues to drive up intermodal rail volume »