While You're on the Bus
- Passengers on WVU and Mountain Line buses this spring are required to wear masks or face coverings. You should put on your mask or face covering before boarding and wear it the entire trip.
- Avoid touching surfaces with your hands.
- Follow occupancy guidelines to allow for physical distancing.
- Sit every other row in a checkerboard pattern to adhere to the 6-foot spacing guideline (layouts may vary).
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.
- Hand sanitizer dispensers will be installed in all buses.
Other Safety Measures
- All drivers will wear masks or face coverings.
- A guard or shield will be installed in all buses to protect drivers.
- WVU transportation will undergo routine DSV (Disinfectant, Sanitizer, Virucide) on a daily basis.
WVU buses will typically have three or four seats per row, and total seats per bus can range from 31 to 56 seats.
Keeping space between individuals is one of the best tools we have to avoid COVID-19 exposure and slow its spread. When boarding the bus, start from the back and sit every other row, in a checkerboard pattern, to adhere to the six-foot spacing guideline. The seat directly behind the bus driver should remain empty. Passengers sitting in the front should exit the bus first. Seating layouts may vary - follow the signage placed on the seats.