Listener Matthew Fedel asks: "Winston-Salem has a railroad running through it that's fallen into neglect. Why couldn't it be used as a commuter route, and what's the history of railroads in this area?" As WFDD's David Ford recently discovered, railroads built the Twin City, and could soon help shape it again.
[Correction: this morning, we misidentified the acronym for PART. It is Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation.]
The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school district is dealing with a shortage of activity buses at middle schools, leading administrators to make tough decisions on adding sports teams or expanding t
Morning Edition host and self-appointed blinker crusader Neal Charnoff explores the question in our latest edition of Carolina Curious.
Winston-Salem City Council members are considering raising bus fares to address a projected shortfall in the public transit budget.