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DART partners to provide job opportunities for homeless

Management & Operations| October 22, 2018

Nine local mission members were recently hired by a DART contractor as mainline train cleaners.

Lest we forget, we are all human beings

| July 2, 2018

As you may know, I like to use this column to draw attention to transportation-related issues that are important to me, such as climate change, accessibility, and innovation.

April 17, 2018

Transit Facility Center Gives Help, Hope to Those 'With Nowhere to Go'

Transit facilities — train stations, bus depots and transportation centers — are often the shelter of choice for people experiencing homelessness, especially when weather conditions make it too dangerous to stay outside.

Management & Operations| October 31, 2017

SEPTA train station to have permanent homeless services

The City and SEPTA co-wrote a $1.4 million check for Project HOME, a homeless advocacy service, to help construct the permanent “Hub of Hope,” which is slated to open in January.

Government Issues| June 2, 2017

Outreach teams to offer services to homeless throughout L.A. Metro

Members of the teams included nurses, mental health clinicians, substance abuse counselors, and former homeless individuals, among others, who sought to help the homeless population in Los Angeles.

Management & Operations| December 2, 2015

NJ Transit program seeks to deter homeless from waiting areas

The program, which started this summer and is still in the assessment stage, applies to seating at stations in Atlantic City, Hoboken, Newark and Secaucus.

Management & Operations| October 27, 2015

Sacramento shoots down controversial 'smelly' rider rule

Sacramento Regional Transit Board of Directors passed a new set of rules Monday night that kicks people off of RT buses and trains who become a public nuisance.

Bus| June 18, 2015

5 retired Honolulu buses to be turned into homeless shelters

According to the plan, each bus will serve a specific purpose, with some including restrooms and showers and others being equipped with beds.

Bus| March 25, 2014

S.F. Muni turns buses into showers for homeless

Local tech entrepreneur starts outreach organization and converts a bus to accommodate two separate, private areas, each with a shower stall, sink, changing area, toilet and bench and will put it into operation in May. The organization will put three more converted buses on the streets this fall.
December 20, 2013

A true ‘hub of hope’ for those in need

When the frigid weather makes it too hazardous to stay outside, many homeless seek shelter in train stations, bus depots and other public facilities. SEPTA has partnered with an organization that works to end homelessness to create the "Hub of Hope," which offers a variety of services and housing, especially for those experiencing long-term street homelessness.
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