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5 retired Honolulu buses to be turned into homeless shelters

Posted on June 18, 2015

HONOLULU — Honolulu-based architecture company, Group 70 International, is working on converting five retired transit buses into homeless shelters, AOL reported.

According to the plan, each bus will serve a specific purpose, with some including restrooms and showers and others being equipped with beds. Group 70 International gained its inspiration for this project from a nonprofit in San Francisco that also turned buses into restrooms and shelters. For the full story, click here.

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