Volunteers design, build bus shelter for students with special needs

07/14/2009 | Boston Herald

Students with special needs at the William Carter School in Boston's South End will soon be better-protected from the weather while waiting for buses. Twenty-four students -- many with severe physical and developmental disabilities -- will be the beneficiaries of a state-of-the-art, 60-foot shelter designed and built by graduate students who have volunteered their muscle as well as their minds.

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