Detroit Bus Shelters Made From Abandoned Houses

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With the state of Detroit's public transit, waiting for the bus can take up to two hours. The Door Stop project is reusing materials from the city's abandoned buildings to create mobile bus shelters. Partnering with local artists, each shelter is unique.

These Makeshift Detroit Bus Shelters Are Recycled From Abandoned Houses | Co.Exist

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