While Bluefield Area Transit always takes precautions to help combat viruses such as the flu and the common cold, we have taken an aggressive approach in light of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) threat. Extra precautions have been and will continue to be taken to ensure a clean and disinfected vehicle. Bluefield Area Transit is tracking the progress of this virus and will be in contact with the Mercer County Health Department, should the need arise.

Recently, Governor Jim Justice and the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) announced the creation of an informative hotline to address public and medical provider questions and concerns regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The toll-free number is 1-800-887-4304

For the most up-to-date information, please visit http://coronavirus.wv.gov or http://cdc.gov/covid19

Any questions or concerns for Bluefield Area Transit can be addressed by calling (304)327-8418

Connecting Communities…Connecting Lives

Servicing Mercer and McDowell Counties with routes into Bluefield, Princeton, Athens and Welch.

To ensure that you catch the bus, allow at least 5 minutes before the scheduled arrival time.More
Fares vary depending on your location and destination. Monthly passes are available.More
Passengers can catch the bus anywhere along the route by simply flagging it down.More
Whether you’re going shopping or to visit friends or family, Bluefield Area Transit provides a convenient, easy way to get to your destination.

Bluefield Area Transit serves Mercer and McDowell counties with routes into Bluefield, Princeton and Welch.