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Directions and Transportation

Morgantown is conveniently located 75 miles south of Pittsburgh. It is accessible from Interstate 79 and Interstate 68. The Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area is less than a four-hour drive.

Personal Rapid Transit

The  PRT carries passengers from Walnut Street Station in downtown Morgantown to Downtown, Evansdale, and Health Sciences. The College of Engineering PRT station is nearest the WVU Coliseum, and the Beechurst station is nearest the Mountainlair. Availability may be limited during the summer months. 

Bus Transportation

The Mountain Line Transit Authority connects conference guests to campus and the Morgantown community. There is no charge to ride; conference guests swipe the ID when they board the bus. 

The Mountain Line “Blue and Gold Connector” route operates Monday through Friday from 6:20 a.m. to 6:20 p.m. with limited service on Saturdays and Sundays. This route will include the Towers PRT station, Towers, Oakland, Law School, Grant Avenue, Life Sciences, Beechurst, Creative Arts Center, Engineering PRT station, Evansdale Library and Allen Hall. WVU students and employees may ride the Mountain Line bus for free with a valid WVU ID. For more information on other Mountain Line routes and services available this summer, please vi sit .

Parking Permits

Parking permits are required for vehicles remaining on campus during the conference or camp. Permits are $10.00 per week. 

  • Downtown Campus Short Term 5
  • Evansdale Campus Short Term 8
  • Parking permits are not available for the Mountainlair Parking Garage

Parking is limited for guests at Stalnaker Hall. Guests staying there who wish to have a permit may purchase one for a Morgantown Parking Authority garage. Permits may be purchased from the  City of Morgantown Parking Authority.

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