Will this be a major roadblock for the Honolulu rail project?
Inside Honolulu reports:
A federal judge sided with former Gov. Ben Cayetano and others in their lawsuit over Honolulu’s $5.26 billion rail project.
We’ve just posted our story. Among one of the options is a permanent injunction.
This is the lawsuit that contended the city failed to give enough consideration to the other alternatives to rail. Highlights from the ruling, courtesy of lawyer Robert Thomas:
“City “fail[ed] adequately to consider the Beretania St. Tunnel alternative prior to eliminating it…”
“The Court does not enter final judgment and/or a permanent injunction at this time…” but invites briefing on the subject.
Here’s the last story we wrote about the suit. And a copy of the lawsuit: