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Bus route changes proposed to help Oklahoma City homeless


November 23, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Public transit officials in Oklahoma City are considering a plan to rework some bus routes to help poor and homeless people better get to services they need.

The Oklahoman reports the board for EMBARK, the city's transit service, may reroute two buses. One would provide stops at a Homeless Alliance campus in northwest Oklahoma City, and another would include stops near a mental health facility, a jail diversion program and a school for homeless children.

George Dortch tells the newspaper he has been homeless for about seven months and that one of the routes would shor...

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