Old Buses To Be Converted Into Homeless Shelters In Hawaii
The homeless in Hawaii will soon have beds, a recreation room and living spaces provided for them on old city buses, if a plan by architecture company 'Group 70 International' goes ahead. The fleet of mobile shelters will number 70, and it is hoped that volunteer group LIFT will be able to fit one out every weekend this summer to complete the project. May Ry Kim of 'Group 70 International' told the Hawaii News the design was "based on the premise that you could walk in to a hardware store, buy everything you need in one go and build everything with no trade skills". Check out the buses that will be used and the design plans below. An amazing initiative!