Commission Order

Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA, in the City of Charleston on the 29th day of January 2015.
CASE NO. 15-0165-MC-C
G&B TRANSPORTATION, LLC a limited liability company.
Application for a certificate of convenience and necessity.
On January 23, 2015, G&B Transportation, LLC filed an application for a certificate authorizing –
to operate as a common carrier by motor vehicle in the transportation of passengers in limousine service, through the use of specialized limousines that provide specialized multi-passenger van service, to and from the offices of physicians ans of other providers of health care and medical services – such transportation being restricted to those passengers who will receive, or who have received, medical treatment and services at such facilities – between points and places in Harrison, Marion, Monongalia, Preston and Taylor Counties, on the one hand, and points and places in West Virginia on the other hand, subject to the following exclusion: excluding the transportation of those individuals who have medical needs greater than those of the average population and who are expected to require the presence of a trained emergency medical technician during transport. The Commission does not have jurisdiction over the provision of emergency medical services, which lies with the Commissioner of the West Virginia Bureau of Public Health.
$ 1.85 per loaded mile
$0.50 per unloaded mile, after first 10 unloaded miles
Alternate Rate: as established or agreed to by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources and/or its agents, contractors, brokers or other authorized respresentatives.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that G&B Transportation, LLC give notice of the filing of the application, by publishing a copy of this order once in a qualified newspaper as provided in W. Va. Code §59-3-1 et seq. published and of general circulation in Harrison, Marion, Monongalia, Preston and Taylor Counties, making due return to this Commission of proper certification of publication immediately after publication. Anyone desiring to protest or intervene should file a written protest or notice of intervention within ten days following the date of this publication unless otherwise modified by Commission order. If no protests are received, the Commission may waive formal hearing and render its decision on the application based on the evidence submitted with the application and the Commission’s review thereof. Requests to intervene must comply with the Commission’s rules on intervention set forth in the Commission’s Rules of Practice and Procedure. All protests and interventions should be addressed to Ingrid Ferrell, Executive Secretary, P.O. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia 25323.
A True Copy, Teste,
Ingrid Ferrell
Executive Secretary
Times: February 9, 2015