DRIP XIII: Travel Information
The DRIP XIII conference will be held September 13-17, 2009, at the Oglebay Resort & Conference Center in Wheeling, West Virginia. Oglebay offers 1,700 acres of year-round recreational opportunities and excellent overnight accommodations while retaining its picturesque natural beauty.
Driving Directions and Information
Oglebay is located in Wheeling, West Virginia on Route 88 North, just 4 miles off I-70 at exit 2A. Download printable maps and directions.
- 1 hour from Pittsburgh
via I-79 S to I-70 W to Wheeling Exit 2A
- 2 1/2 hours from Columbus
via I-70 E to Wheeling Exit 2A
- 3 hours from Cleveland
via I-77 S to I-70 E to Wheeling Exit 2A
Pittsburgh Airport Shuttle Service
Airport shuttle service is available to transport attendees between Pittsburgh International Airport and Oglebay Resort and Conference Center.
- Departing Shuttles
Watch for signs in the Baggage pick-up area directing you to the shuttles. Service is available on
Sunday, September 13, 2009, at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.
- Returning shuttles
Shuttles will depart Oglebay for the airport on Thursday, September 17, 2009, at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
24-hour transportation service between Pittsburgh International Airport and Oglebay Resort is provided by Airport Limousine. Attendees should secure reservations either by phone at (304) 232-1175 for a cost of $74 for one-way service, or via the Internet at: http://www.wheelinglimo.com/ for a one-way fee of $70. To make an Internet reservation, please click on the Oglebay Shuttle Request Form and select DRIP 2009 on the School/Institute list.
Pittsburgh International Airport is served by all major car rental companies. The counters are located in the Baggage pick-up area.
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Culture and History
The caretakers of West Virginia's rich history bring the past to life for visitors through Civil War re-enactments, historic dramas and theater productions, the preservation of historic sites, and the careful retelling of events that have affected the state and the nation.
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For more information about this conference, please submit a meeting information request form or contact:
TMS Meeting Services
184 Thorn Hill Road
Warrendale , PA 15086-7514 USA
Telephone (724) 776-9000, ext. 243
Fax: (724) 776-3770