Input sought on vehicle emissions
HONOLULU — The Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism is seeking public input as it develops a non-binding plan to spend up to $8.1 million from a settlement with German automaker Volkswagen to promote the reduction of vehicle emissions in Hawaii.
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I think the 8.1 M settlement with Volkswagen should go to upgrade or purchase new buses for public transportation. Unfairly Oahu takes most of the TAT funds from revenue generated on the outer islands . Since we so not get our fair share of the TAT fund the settlement should go to the outer islands to improve our public transportation and repair our public transportation and roads.