Honolulu Rail Transit: International Lessons from Barcelona in Linking Urban Form, Design, and Transportation

@article{Boeing2016HonoluluRT,
  title={Honolulu Rail Transit: International Lessons from Barcelona in Linking Urban Form, Design, and Transportation},
  author={Geoff Boeing},
  journal={Urban Research eJournal},
  year={2016}
}
  • Geoff Boeing
  • Published 1 April 2016
  • History
  • Urban Research eJournal
The city of Honolulu, Hawaii is currently planning and developing a new rail transit system. While Honolulu has supportive density and topography for rail transit, questions remain about its ability to effectively integrate urban design and accessibility across the system. Every transit trip begins and ends with a walking trip from origins and to destinations: transportation planning must account for pedestrian safety, comfort, and access. Ildefons Cerda’s 19th century utopian plan for… 
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