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A true ‘hub of hope’ for those in need

| December 20, 2013
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.

Homeless turn overnight Calif. bus route into 'hotel'

Bus| November 4, 2013
Line 22, the only bus route that runs 24 hours in the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority system, becomes an unofficial shelter each night, with riders taking the two-plus hour trip from East San Jose to Palo Alto before heading back again.
Bus| February 7, 2011

Calif. agency offers homeless free rides

Officials expect about 3,500 people, or nearly half the county's estimated homeless population, to take advantage of the offer.
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