Honolulu to Supreme Court: Keep Rail Construction Alive

Nanea Kalani/Civil Beat

UPDATED 9/7/12 2:25 p.m.

Attorneys for Honolulu are asking the Hawaii Supreme Court to reconsider its recent ruling that effectively halted construction on the $5.26 billion Honolulu rail project and could result in millions of dollars in added costs.

In court documents, the city's attorneys say justices should take another look at their unanimous decision that found archaeological survey work was supposed to have been completed for the entire project before construction began.

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