Public Transportation And Its Effect On Those Struggling With Homelessness

Those who struggle with homelessness also struggle with transportation: a crucial part of everyday life. California is far more car-centric than East Coast states, where public transport is significantly more developed. Regardless of the state, having access to public transportation matters. Unfortunately, all forms of public transportation require payment. Moreover, public transportation stations and buses provide much-needed shelter to those with nowhere else to turn. Additionally, public transit is a mode for children struggling with homelessness and needing a way to get to school.