Service links customers to Cardinal
WASHINGTON – Amtrak now operates a Thruway bus service in West Virginia for customers to connect to the Cardinal. The bus connection provides convenient and affordable service to Charleston for customers in Morgantown, Fairmont, Clarksburg/Bridgeport, Weston, Sutton/Flatwoods, and Clendenin.
Baron’s Bus lines, an intercity bus service that operates nationwide, provides transportation to the towns in West Virginia in vehicles equipped with Wi-Fi, electrical outlets and comfortable seating. Amtrak Thruway services make coordinated connections with trains and enable passengers to use other carriers to connect with the Amtrak national network from cities without rail stations.
The Cardinal operates between New York and Chicago three days a week. The train offers customers a wide, comfortable reserved coach seat, business class or sleeping accommodations, free Wi-Fi, hot meals in the dining car and the opportunity to mingle with fellow travelers in the lounge car.
A schedule is attached showing the arrival and departure times.
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|8950||Thruway Bus Number|
|Su–We -Fr||Frequency||City Code|
|4:50 AM||Dp||Morgantown, WV (West)||Ar||MGW|
|5:10 AM||Dp||Morgantown, WV||Ar||MGU|
|5:35 AM||DP||Fairmont, WV||Ar||FRM|
|5:55 AM||Dp||Clarksburg, WV||Ar||CSB|
|6:30 AM||DP||Weston, WV||Ar||WTO|
|7:00 AM||Dp||Sutton/Flatwoods, WV||Ar||SUW|
|8:00 AM||Ar||Charleston, WV||Dp||CHW|
|8:21 AM||Charleston, WV||CHW|
|8951||Thruway Bus Number|
|8:45 AM||Dp||Charleston, WV||Ar||CHW|
|11:40 AM||Ar||Sutton/Flatwoods, WV||Dp||SUW|
|12:25 PM||Ar||Weston, WV||Dp||WTO|
|12:55 PM||Ar||Clarksburg, WV||Dp||CSB|
|1:15 PM||Ar||Fairmont, WV||Dp||FRM|
|1:50 PM||Ar||Morgantown, WV||Dp||MGU|
|2:00 PM||Ar||Morgantown, WV (West)||Dp||MGW|
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