- Associated Press - Monday, June 30, 2014

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The West Virginia Division of Public Transit is preparing to launch a new bus service between Charleston and Morgantown.

The daily I-RIDE 79 service begins Tuesday. It includes stops in Clendenin, Flatwoods, Weston, Clarksburg and Fairmont.

One-way fares range from $3 to $15, depending upon where the passenger boards.

The service also provides links to Greyhound in Charleston and Morgantown.

To celebrate the new service, the Division of Public Transit is offering free rides through July 7.

The agency is partnering with Barons Bus Lines of Cleveland, Ohio, to provide the bus service.

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