What You Need to Know: Transportation
Campus transportation will be operating at 100% capacity with masks required for all passengers.
Hybrid and Remote Employees
Hybrid or remote employees may choose to cancel their annual parking permit, effective July 1, and use one-day parking permits.
- Downtown, Evansdale, College of Law and Health Sciences: One-day rates will be $5 per day. Permits can be purchased online via the Parking Portal beginning July 1.
- One Waterfront Place: In addition to the $5 daily rate option, hybrid and remote employees who have parking permits for the garage at One Waterfront Place may choose to keep their permits and pay a reduced rate of $20 per month.
How to Participate
- Remote employees: No action is required. You will be enrolled automatically.
- If you wish to opt out of the program, contact the Parking Management Office at 304-293-5502 or email@example.com.
- Hybrid employees: You must opt in by contacting the Parking Management Office by close of business on June 17 to express interest. Call 304-293-5502 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Program participants whose parking fees are not currently paid through an automatic payroll deduction should contact the Parking Management Office to initiate a refund.
- Watch your WVU email for more information from the Parking Management team.
Bus Routes and Schedule
- Mountain Line buses will operate throughout to transport students and employees between the Downtown, Evansdale and Health Sciences areas of campus. Visit the Mountain Line website for routes and schedules.
- The University will run a limited number of buses during the summer on a modified Country Roads Loop with an additional stop at Evansdale Crossing.
- WVU buses will operate weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- The last pick-up time will occur at 6 p.m.
- In addition to PRT and Mountain Line services, the University plans to continue to run buses on the modified Country Roads Loop at the beginning of the semester.
- WVU will evaluate continued operations of bus service this fall based on ridership and the operational needs of the University.
Bus Safety Guidelines
While You're on the Bus
- Passengers on WVU and Mountain Line buses are required to wear face masks or face coverings.
- You should put on your mask/covering before boarding and wear it the entire trip.
- Avoid touching surfaces with your hands.
When You Leave the Bus
- Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol as soon as possible and before removing your mask or face covering.
Mountain Line Buses
- Mountain Line is free for faculty, staff and students with a valid WVU ID.
- WVU has two designated rideshare pickup locations for Uber and Lyft:
- Biking is another great (and green) way for students, faculty and staff to get around campus. Bike rack locations are available on WVU's campus maps.
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