Frequently Asked Questions - Shopping Centers
By 2030, nearly 60 percent of Oahu's population and more than 90 percent of the island's jobs will be located along the 20-mile rail corridor. Rail will connect major residential areas with primary job centers. There will be stops downtown, at three UH system campuses, Aloha Stadium, the Honolulu International Airport and several shopping centers. Rail will offer a convenient way to get to work, school or home. In addition, rail will provide a way to attend special events at Aloha Stadium, catch flights at the airport, or enjoy concerts at the Blaisdell Center, without the hassles of parking and traffic.
Yes. There are four park-and-ride facilities planned. They will be at the Kualaka'i station (900 stalls), Keone'ae station at UH-West Oahu (1,000 stalls), The Waiawa station at Pearl Highlands (1,600 stalls) and the Hālawa station at Aloha Stadium (600 stalls), providing a total of 4,100 spaces. The city bus routes will be reconfigured to provide shuttle-like services to the rail stations from nearby communities and high-use facilities, like hospitals and shopping centers. In addition, each station will have drop-off areas, including areas for the Handi-Van that comply with all requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act.