Morgantown is located at the crossroads of Interstates 79 and 68 in northcentral West Virginia. This unique geographical location puts Morgantown at the heart of the eastern United States, statistically within an 8-10 hour drive of half the population of the country.
Morgantown is easily accessible by car or air for travelers, and provides a variety of transportation options within the city for residents and visitors alike.
Mountain Line Transit Authority provides public transportation for residents and visitors. All fixed route buses are accessible to individuals with disabilities and many provide front storage for bicycles. Seniors (62 and older) can apply for a discount Gold Card that will give them a 50% reduction on fares.
Mountain Line also has the Grey Line that runs as far south as Clarksburg and north to Pittsburgh. This line runs every day, 365 days a year. The Grey Line is a great way to get to and from Pittsburgh International Airport! For reservations call 304-296-3869.
Morgantown is home to Hart Field, the Morgantown Municipal Airport (MGW), which is serviced daily by Colgan Air, Inc., operating as UNITED EXPRESS. Commercial flights to DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IAD) are available daily. This service was inaugurated on January 21, 2008 and operates three departure flights with four arrival flights Monday thru Friday, with two flights daily on Saturday and Sunday. DULLES INTERNATIONAL provides daily connections to over 125 domestic destinations and over 30 international locations.
Avis, Hertz and Enterprise all have locations either in or near the airport.
24-hour transportation to and from Hart Field and other locations is provided by the Yellow Cab Company. For more information, call (304) 292-7441 or 292-3336.
For a complete schedule of routes, fares and services, or to have Mountain Line help you find out how to get from where you're at to where you're going, contact Mountain Line at (304) 291-RIDE or visit WWW.BUSRIDE.ORG