Telling a homeless person to “hit the road” could soon be a good thing in Hawaii.
Group 70 International, a Honolulu-based architecture company, is working on retrofitting five retired city buses into a fleet of mobile shelters that could provide homeless people with everything from a place to sleep to an equipped space to wash up, Hawaii News Now reported.
The buses run smoothly, but are being stored only because they have racked up too many miles, KITV reported.
But in these parked vehicles, May Ry Kim, a principal at Group 70, sees ample potential to give local homeless people the basics they need, without necessarily requiring fancy handiwork.
She told Hawaii News Now that she envisions being able to buy all the necessary tools at a local hardware store and be able to train eager newbie volunteers who don’t…
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