HART WEEKLY eNEWS
July 6, 2018
 
JOIN THE HART TEAM AT THE
MŌ'ILI'ILI SUMMER FEST!
 
Make your plans to attend the Mō'ili'ili Summer Fest, tomorrow in the Old Varsity Theater parking lot!  The HART Team will be there to share the most up-to-date information and to answer any questions regarding the Honolulu Rail Transit Project.  Our popular "fly-over" video of the entire 20-mile alignment  and our stations video will both be on display.

The Mō'ili'ili Summer Fest is an annual celebration of one of Honolulu's oldest and most vibrant neighborhoods.   In addition to enjoying the sights and sounds of Hawaii's largest Bon Dance, you'll savor a variety of food choices and shop at booths hosted by local retailers.

Join us tomorrow, Saturday, July 7, from  5pm - 10pm at the  Varsity Office Building, 1100 University Avenue.  There will be  FREE PARKING at University of Hawaii with free shuttle service to and from the event!
 
CHECK OUT OUR LATEST CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS!
 
Periodically, the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation publishes its most recent photos highlighting the progress crews are making in completing the Honolulu Rail Transit Project!

The latest set of photos are now available and be viewed by clicking here.
 
POSTER CONTEST ENTRIES ON DISPLAY IN KAPOLEI
 
All twelve winning entries in HART's 2018 High School Poster Contest went on display this week at the Kapolei Library.  In addition to the top three finishers in each of the four categories (traditional and digital art for grades 9-10 & and 11-12), all entrants from area schools are also on display.

The theme for this year's contest was "Sustainable Transit: Green My Ride" with entries highlighting how the Honolulu Rail Transit Project will be a viable and sustainable transportation option for Oahu.  The artwork will be on display throughout the month of July at the Kapolei Public Library.
 
IS THERE A 'MOST DANGEROUS' MONTH OF THE YEAR?  
 
THERE IS, AND IT HAPPENS
TO BE THIS MONTH!
 
You probably don't think of a particular month as being more or less dangerous than any of the others.  But, according to the National Safety Council, deaths and serious injuries from preventable incidents are eleven percent higher in July, making the first full month of summer the most dangerous of the year.

Based on a series of Council analyses, increases in car accidents, water accidents and extreme temperatures are the primary reasons.  The NSC is working to increase awareness and provides the following tips to stay safe this July:
  • Avoid speeding, don't use cell phones while driving, and never drive under the influence. Crashes involving speeding and alcohol are highest in the summer, and cell phone use increases crash risk fourfold, even when using a hands-free device.
  • Place children in age-appropriate car seats. If you are flying, buy a ticket for children ages 2 and younger and place them in an FAA-approved child seat. Do not hold young children on your lap during a flight.
  • Learn about your vehicle's safety systems and how to use them. MyCarDoesWhat? is an online automobile safety guide from the National Safety Council that can help drivers understand safety features such as adaptive cruise control, blind spot warning systems and backup cameras.
  • Do not operate a boat while drinking or without a boater's license
  • Make sure children use floatation devices and everyone in your group knows how to swim.
  • Stay hydrated and avoid being outside for long periods of time in the extreme heat.
  • Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle.  In 2013, 44 children died from heatstroke because they were left in hot cars.
It's not just safety first,
it's safety ALWAYS!
 
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