What's Trending - October 29

November 1, 2018

Let's talk about Wisconsin's public transportation. A new report says Wisconsin Communities have lacked funding to expand public transportation services. Now this report, talking about it on WPR, reports that 9 Wisconsin nonprofit organizations reviewed US census data and local transit reports and interviewed riders for this 2 year study. They basically say they are doing the best with the funds that they have but found gaps in most transit systems around Wisconsin. The report doesn't consider how the lack of ridership hinders the ability to expand services in some areas. The report also goes into basically saying that it's not practical to have public transportation to every community in the area. Trending this morning, schools are closed for 7th and 8th graders in Deforest after a routine study found mold in some classrooms last week. Classes closed for 7th and 8th graders in the Deforest school district today and again tomorrow. And unfortunately the Packers didn't get it done yesterday against Los Angeles. The Rams continue their undefeated season while the Packers have more questions that they need to ask for themselves. I put this on our Facebook page yesterday, what happened with the game is this a rebuilding year? Some people saying what's wrong with that safety, play calling, coaching but it's been a rollercoaster ride for this team. That's trending this morning it's MIX 105.1.