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The VTA bus that traveled between San Jose and Menlo Park was known by many in 1999 as "The Rolling Hotel". I sketched this man at about three A.M. He regularly slept on the bus, having no home.

Many homeless sleep on buses-- often scraping together a fare just to get an hour or two of undisturbed sleep. At the end of the line, they often relieve themselves behind bushes, wait whatever time is necessary often in biting cold, to catch a ride in reverse. They can make several trips in a night. Some work, most are mentally ill or simple and abandoned.

Many public buses raise fares or eliminate transfers and tokens to discourage such "resident riders".

I made this sketch myself and release it to the public domain.

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current04:11, April 30, 2010Thumbnail for version as of 04:11, April 30, 2010422 × 580 (170 KB)Renamed Account (Talk | contribs)The VTA bus that traveled between San Jose and Menlo Park was known by many in 1999 as "The Rolling Hotel". I sketched this man at about three A.M. He regularly slept on the bus, having no home. Many homeless sleep on buses-- often scraping together a

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