September 30, 2016

From WCQS News: Public transportation in Western North Carolina primarily serves elderly, disabled, and other customers needing a shuttle to medical appointments in larger nearby cities. However, these agencies are also seeing a growing demand from younger passengers in need of a ride to work, school, businesses or local events. Kai Monast, public transportation program director for ITRE, notes that as public transportation adjusts to the state’s changing economic climate, it is also contributing to it. Read More