West River Transit is continuing Dialysis transportation from McLean County to Bismarck, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
For more details in your area please call 1-888-682-5826, for the following services:
If you're in need of Dialysis transportation
If you're in need of food pickup
If you're in need of prescription pickup
Update - Rural ND - June 2020
Follow our April-May 2020 update for continuous enforcement and guidelines.
With some re-openings happening around the state, WRT is available to operate with awareness, to acceptable destinations. As safety & health being our top priority, restrictions and regulations continue to be enforced daily.
We are maintaining social distancing on our buses, and will remain limiting the number of riders we can take to and from destinations.
Update - Rural ND - April-May 2020
If there are any changes to WRT regular schedules, they will be announced ahead of time on this COVID-19 Update page, as well as our Facebook page.
WRT continues to operate the best we can, to accommodate our riders needs. It is important for WRT to transport our riders to medical services, grocery shopping, and essential employment roles.
In order to keep this service safe for all users, we ask riders to avoid unnecessary rides and we are enforcing limited operations within service areas.
When riding, please continue to distance yourselves from both the driver and other passengers on the vehicle. We are still monitoring the capacity of people on board during this time, in order to enforce the distances needed, and the availability of a driver making a trip to your area.
We continue to cater to the safety of our drivers, while doing their jobs. Drivers have been provided with gloves, masks and disinfectant wipes, along with seats and heavily touched areas to be steamed down.
Tips for Riding:
Please stay home if you're sick. This is the single best protection against the spread of COVID-19.
Keep your hands clean. Wash hands frequently, before and after your ride. You can also use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
We encourage wearing gloves and masks for the safety of yourself and others.
Do less with your hands. try not to touch public surfaces like handrails and seats if you can. Open doors with your hip or shoulder. Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands.
If you must cough or sneeze, do it into a tissue and discard, or into your sleeve.
When possible, keep an appropriate distance between yourself and others. Aim for a distance of at least two empty seats.
For more information on COVID-19 visit: