Finding Solutions to Oahu's Traffic Gridlock
Hawaii, and in particular the island of Oahu where the majority of residents live, has been a battleground for mass transit advocates and opponents over the last 30 years. The fight over the best alternatives to traffic congestion has intensified as the state's population has swollen to 1.2 million, with more the 800,000 people residing on Oahu, the majority of whom prefer to commute by automobile, the more personalized, convenient and flexible transit option. With more commuters driving to and from work, dropping their children at school and other activities, traffic has naturally become more congested, particularly on Oahu's freeways during the morning and afternoon drive times.
Correcting historical revisionism and misconceptions promoted by the Akaka Bill.
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