Visitors to Charleston have a number of options for getting around the city and the rest of the country with public transportation. 

            The Kanawha Valley Regional Transport Authority, which is part of the West Virginia Department of Transportation, operates a set of fixed bus routes that connect the major areas throughout the valley, including Charleston.  The buses run on a regular schedule from 4:30am to 1am, seven days a week.  For more information, check out this Fares link, and this Schedule link.

            It is possible for visitors to Charleston to get around much of North America by bus or train.  For more information, visit the Greyhound Bus Company website, and the Amtrak Railway Company website.  There is both a train and bus station located in the city.

            Taxis are a good way of getting around the immediate city of Charleston.  Generally, taxis will be waiting outside of major public areas such as airports, train/bus stations, and large hotels.  If outside of these areas, the best way to get a taxi is to call one of the agencies ahead of time to arrange for a pick-up.  For a list of companies located in or around the city, check out this Taxi Company List.