The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation is happy to announce the winners of its 2019 art poster contest.

The contest centered on the theme “Imagine Yourself: Ready to Ride the Rail.”

“We were thrilled to see so many young people and schools take part in our art contest,” said HART Executive Director Andrew Robbins.

“Their work was spectacular and beautifully depicted the theme of this year’s contest by clearly featuring the game-changing benefits that the Honolulu Rail Transit Project will bring for the residents and visitors of Oahu.”

In total, there were 96 entries from 12 different schools. Entries were in the categories of traditional and digital art and split into two age groups.

The winners were:

Traditional Art 9th/10th Graders: 1st Place: Camille Quindica / Hawaii Technology Academy

2nd Place: Arianna Brunson / Kapolei High School

3rd Place: Christopher Alcaraz / Farrington High School

11th/12th Graders: 1st Place: Joshua Kaliko / Nanakuli High and Intermediate School

2nd Place: Alyssa Pantollana / Kapolei High School

3rd Place: Min-Hua Tsou / Mililani High School Digital Art Category

9th/10th Graders: 1st Place: Isabella Aquino / Farrington High School

2nd Place: Willow Otaka / Mililani High School

11th/12th Graders: 1st Place: Lynsey Warren / James Campbell High School

2nd Place: Josell Esmino / James Campbell High School

3rd Place: Elijah Jan T. Banasihan / James Campbell High School

The winners were honored Thursday during the monthly HART Board of Directors’ meeting. The cash awards were courtesy of Royal Contracting. You can view the winning entries by clicking here.