CAPT Board Meeting
January 18, 2020
The Carolinas Association for Passenger Trains will meet in Winston-Salem on Saturday January 18, 2020.
The meeting location is 701 North Liberty Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 at Camel City BBQ Factory, Room 52.
The restaurant phone number is (336) 306-9999. The menu can be found at camelcitybbq.com.
Lunch will be in the meeting room beginning at 11:30 am, with meeting to follow around 12:30 pm.
The meeting will conclude by 3:00 pm to allow those returning home via
Amtrak to catch the NC Amtrak Connector Route # 5 for the Piedmont/Carolinian service. The bus will leave the Winston-Salem ( Clark Campbell ) Transportation Center at 3:20 pm (Bay A3) and arrive in High Point at 4:00 pm in ample time for train connections to trains #76 and #77. Those travelling by train to the meeting should arrive in High Point via Amtrak trains #73 or #80 to meet the connecting bus which leaves the High Point train station at 9:00 am.
Those travelling by auto please meet the NC Amtrak Connector Route # 5 bus at the Winston-Salem ( Clark Campbell ) Transportation Center, 100 West 5th Street at 9:40 am ( Bay A3) . It's the final stop on the bus route. Depending on autos available the group will go take a look at the newly restored Winston-Salem Union Station, and associated rail trackage in the city which might be used for future inter-city or commuter rail passenger service. All should be at the restaurant promptly at or before 11:30 am so we can remain on schedule.
Please review the last meeting minutes and look at information on the CAPT and NCOT websites prior
to our meeting. Train or connecting bus info can be found at
The PART website has a comprehensive section on the NC Amtrak Connector service with map, destinations, and other useful information on the service. Look for PART Express - Connecting Communities link.
- Secretary's report
- Treasurer's report
- Charlotte-Atlanta High Speed Rail Update
- North Carolina DOT Rail Plan Update
- Update on NC On Track ( NCOT )
- Update on the resolution drive in South Carolina in support of expanded rail passenger service
- Update on news in North Carolina and South Carolina affecting transit and rail passenger service
- Update on CAPT newsletter and website issues
- Amtrak update
- Reports by Officers and Directors
- Planning for future meetings