Friday, August 15, 2014


Among the more notable aspects or characteristics of Oahu’s industrial marketplace is the geographic concentration of its existing supply. Most of it close to town and adding to the traffic congestion of the city.

"Do your little bit of good wherever you are - it's those little bits
of good put together that can overwhelm the world."

Existing industrial development is overwhelmingly concentrated within three of Oahu’s eight designated Development Plan Areas, namely, the Primary Urban Center, Ewa, and Central Oahu. Waianae and the North Shore have been very carefully excluded.

"Walk Through Paradise With Me" by Melveen Leed

 The Present Rail Party still trying to stop this in Lualualei.
All those cars missing from the road, to and from Honolulu,
and "I coulda got home in 20 minutes."

Based on easily accessible data, the combined inventory of industrial space within the other five Areas is less than 1.0 million square feet, or only 2.7 percent of the island-wide total. Just double the amount in Waianae would do wonders for some good citizens of Oahu.

The number 93 express bus from Makaha to town in an hour and a half now. With "Rapid Transit" it will take three hours plus five times the hassles. Yes, it has been a well kept secret, first one to be cancelled.

Everyone on the Waianae Coast is aware that Farrington Highway desperately needs six lanes, NOW. But the cost on the Rail Disaster comes first. And there are a few that are going to make billions and billions of dollars in profits. It's the bread, Fred.