Airport safety concerns could force changes to Honolulu commuter rail

03/22/2010 | Honolulu Advertiser, The

Hawaii's $5.3 billion commuter rail system could face another six-month delay due to concerns that the elevated track violates runway obstruction height limits at Honolulu International Airport. "Anyone who wants to build a structure near an airport must file a 7460 form so that the FAA can do an airspace study of the project," says an FAA spokesman. "The study determines whether the project could pose hazards to air navigation and, if so, whether the hazards could be mitigated."

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