Honolulutraffic's comments :
In addition to our cover/summary letter, our comments on the Draft EIS are attached in seven parts:
Part I All reasonable alternatives were not studied.
Part II Insufficient consideration of elevated rail impacts.
Part III The Locally Preferred Alternative must be studied in the EIS.
Part IV First Project, Phase I, is an illegal segmentation.
Part V Unjustifiable forecasts.
Part VI Strategic misrepresentation in the Draft EIS.
Part VII Strategic misrepresentation outside of the Draft EIS.
Click here for the complete document to search or print all parts at the same time
City release of all comments:
The City has now released all 1,389 pages of Draft EIS comments they received. Below are listed the principal organizations and first pages of their various submissions. Please inform us of any errors and omissions.
Organization followed by the first page of each of their submissions:
American institute of Architects, Hawaii Chapter, 140 & 333 & 335
General Growth 490 & 1096
National Park Service 614
Kaka'ako Mauka 616
United States General Services 618
United States Navy 645, 28 & 935
University of Hawaii Environmental Center 800
Federal Court Judges 829 & 940
United States Marshall’s Office 832
United States General Services Administration 834 & 1329
Native Hawaiian Legal Center 836
Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources 844
Hawaii Department of Transportation 854
Hawaii Community Development Authority 867
Historic Hawaii Foundation 873
Hawaii Department of Accounting and General Services 928
Hawaii Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism 557 & 971
Hawaii Department of Health 974
American Planning Association, Hawaii Chapter 983
Pacific Guardian Center 1022
University of Hawaii Leeward 1028
University of Hawaii Manoa 1039
Kaka'ako Business & Landowners Association 1051
Kamehameha Schools 1060
CB Richard Ellis for Kamehameha Schools 1055
UltraSystems for Kamehameha Schools 1099
Outdoor Circle 1136
Sierra Club, Oahu Group 1141
Hawaiian Electric Company 1145
Makiki Neighborhood Board 1154
United States Army Corps of Engineers 1225
Hawaii State Department of Defense 1239
United States Environmental Protection Agency 1263
Life of the Land 1275
Hawaii State Office of Hawaiian Affairs 1282
National Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 1288
Hawaii’s Thousand Friends 1336
University of Hawaii Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering 1360
United States National Park Service 1385
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Geoffrey Paterson, AIA Emeritus
University of Hawaii Environmental Center
Professor Panos Prevedouros — General & Technical comments.
American Institute of Architects, Hawaii Chapter.