Service on Routes 14 Mountain Heights and 15 Grafton Highway shall be eradicated starting Jan. 15, 2024.
Service is now being supplied by the RideMon service.
Mountain Line’s Micro Transit service referred to as RideMon is obtainable to the residents within the areas of Routes 14 and 15. Riders inside the zone are in a position to request a visit by utilizing the RideMon Cell App from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday by Saturday. An accessible car will choose them up from their requested location and can join the rider to one in every of three places with excessive frequency service.
These three places are Sabraton Goodwill, Mountaineer Mall and Hornbeck Walmart. The fare for every one-way journey will stay 75 cents per journey, per passenger. Rider passes could also be utilized however require contacting Mountian Line immediately.
The transportation authority is asking residents to succeed in out concerning any challenges this route elimination could trigger or any boundaries they might need to the RideMon service.
Residents can attain out within the following methods:
- Public hearings shall be held on the Mountain Line Administrative Workplace, 420 DuPont Highway, Westover, at midday at this time, midday and 1:30 p.m. Nov. 15 and midday Dec. 20.
- On-line Public Remark Kind is obtainable at: busride.org/rt-14-and-15-service-elimination
- Name the mobility coordinator at 304-296-3869 with questions or for coaching on the RideMon service.
Extra info and FAQ in regards to the RideMon service may be discovered at busride.org/RideMon.
For info on all Mountain Line bus routes and schedules, riders can name 304-291-RIDE (304-291-7433) throughout regular hours of operation or go to WWW.BUSRIDE.ORG.