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The Long Road Home

 Real Change - USA 21 September 2019

Around 776 people live in vehicles in Seattle. The lucky ones have a parking space in a church carpark, but for many, tickets and towing are a daily worry. City-funded program Road to Housing is partnering with local faith organizations forced to try and find safe and legal place for people to park. – but with only 12 spots available, they face an uphill task. This is the final instalment in Real Change’s three-part investigation into people living in their cars in Seattle. All features are available on the INSP News Service. (2410 Words) - By Rianna Hidalgo

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Sergeant Jessica Taylor of the Seattle Police Department meets with community activists, vehicle residents, outreach specialists, neighbors and business stakeholders on 14 July, 2015. Credit: Rianna Hidalgo


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