There are about 36,000 homeless people in the city of L.A.
In 2016, voters approved Proposition HHH, a $1.2 billion bond measure to build housing for homeless people and low-income families.
That money will fund at least 112 buildings containing 7,500 apartments.
Of those, 90 buildings have yet to break ground.
Twenty-one are now under construction.
Only one has opened so far.
Officials say it will take four years to complete the remaining buildings.
It’s unclear if the city will meet its deadline. The only occupied building opened a few months late.
When the $1.2 billion is spent, at least 5,700 homeless people, including families, are expected to be housed.
That would still leave out at least 30,000 homeless people in the city.