Some voted in favor of streetscape concepts that called for more bike ways or pedestrian areas, while the mayor gave his vote of confidence to the company chosen to build Hawaii's rail cars.
This comes after the CEO of Ansaldo Honolulu's parent company was arrested on corruption charges last week.
"I feel confident that they are going to be able to build the cars and the system we want to be built. It's never good when someone is involved in a scandal, but the subsidiary doing our project is sound and viable," said Caldwell.
The city wants to hear ideas from residents over future plans for the final rail stop. Those interested can check out the various versions of transit oriented development online at www.honoluludpp.org. Then residents are asked to contact the city by almost any means, from good old-fashioned letters, to Facebook messages, tweets or emails.
The final transit-oriented development meeting will be held this summer.