Fix Oahu Now! Panos Prevedouros for Mayor of Honolulu

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Please share with everyone why you are joining the Panos for Progress campaign
I know and expect Panos will be the most effective mayor for Honolulu. He courageously stepped up to Mufi’s challenge to “bring it on” when there was no candidate to run against Mayor H in ’08. Panos is dedicated to improve the living and working conditions for the citizens of Oahu. His integrity, credentials and energy to make Honolulu the best city in the world is a promise I would like to give him a chance to deliver.

Panos is pragmatic and witty. He gets people to listen and to want to cooperate for the common good of The People of Oahu. He has inspired a grassroot following and the strong momentum is swelling

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Residents of Waianae and West Oahu lack evacuation exit

The residents and visitors in Waianae Coast and West Oahu are vulnerable due to insufficient highway capacity to evacuate in the event of anticipated catastrophic hurricane. The need is decades old with no safe exitway yet.



Ongoing hurricanes in mainland U.S. this summer illustrate the urgency and utility for highway evacuation. Reversible HOT lanes in Indiana/Chicago area were opened, free of charge for alternate route.





Indiana Toll Rd Concession Company drops… Continue

Posted on September 23, 2008 at 9:31am

Dear Panos: run again and win next time!

Panos ran a very respectable first race for political office. The outcome of this General Election remains to be seen. Mufi will undoubtedly outspend and ratchet up his attacks against Ann Kobayashi and her allies.



Honolulu needs a mayor who really can fix the many problems facing Oahu taxpayers. In the next two years, what do we expect from an absentee mayor who will be too busy running for higher office?



Panos should run again for mayor and win next… Continue

Posted on September 22, 2008 at 5:22pm — 1 Comment

‘Planning with Loaded Dice’

TRANSIT IN VANCOUVER BC, Part 2



As a transportation authority, TransLink is a somewhat typical example of poor accountability to the public, inability to control costs and chronic deficits that require higher tax increases on local taxpayers. Businesses and non-residential property taxpayers bear the brunt. Cuts in bus service deprive mobility to riders who rely most on public transit. Traffic congestion worsens for motorists, and jeopardizes economic… Continue

Posted on September 14, 2008 at 12:30pm — 1 Comment

Is Vancouver’s TransLink a Model Fit for Honolulu?

TransLink is an un-elected agency with taxing powers, responsible for major regional roads and public transit in South Coast British Columbia. It started placing ads in May 2008 telling people to carpool, telecommute and bike — instead of riding transit.



How “profitable” is Vancouver’s rail system, as Councilman Gary Okino insists?



TRANSLINK’S FISCAL & MANAGEMENT… Continue

Posted on September 14, 2008 at 8:55am — 1 Comment

Mufi's elevated rail for Honolulu? See Tyson's rail to Dulles

Seeing the ruckus the people and businesses in McLean, Virginia are putting up (by rail supporters) against 3.5 miles of elevated rail, the silence here is deafening, except for the local chapters of the American Institute of Architects and American Planning Association.



Go to: tysonstunnel.com/#



Take a look at Slides #5 and #6 in the photos of actual structures

The Face of Elevated Rail, View a short slide…
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Posted on August 27, 2008 at 12:51pm — 1 Comment

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