A $377 million rental car center with room for 4,500 vehicles will be opening at Honolulu’s airport this week. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports many customers will be able to walk to the five-story facility from airline terminals, eliminating the need for rental car companies to run pickup shuttles on a constant loop. Rental companies will have room to store, rent, fuel, wash and repair cars. State general funds didn’t pay for the project. Instead, it was built with revenue from a $4.50 daily fee applied to car rentals. Planning for the facility began in 2012 and construction started in 2016.
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Earlier this week, the state declared a disaster emergency relief period for the county because of the drought, the second time since January 2020.