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Mountain Line Transit Authority

Mountain Line Transit Authority
Headquarters 420 Dupont Road
Westover, West Virginia
Service area Monongalia County, West Virginia
Service type Bus
Routes 18
Fuel type Diesel
Website http://www.busride.org

Mountain Line Transit Authority is the provider of West Virginia University as well as inter-city bus service to Fairmont, West Virginia, Clarksburg, West Virginia, Waynesburg, Pittsburgh, and the Pittsburgh International Airport.

Route list

  • 1 Campus PM
  • 2 Downtown/Mall PM
  • 3 Green Line
  • 4 Orange Line
  • 6 Gold Line
  • 7 Red Line
  • 8 Tyrone Road
  • 9 Purple Line
  • 11 Cassville
  • 12 Blue Line
  • 13 Crown
  • 14 Mountain Heights
  • 15 Grafton/Fairmont Road
  • 16 Pink Line
  • 29 Grey Line
  • 30 West Run Express
  • 38 Blue & Gold Connector
  • 44 Valley View

Park and Ride Locations

  • Westover (Routes 3, 4, and 13)
  • Granville (Route 11)

References

Mountain Line website


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