- The cost of Chapel Hill Transit and other regional access for commuters
- Technology and other service improvements that support campus safety and sustainability, reduce cost and increase revenue
- Enhancements, like a new bike sharing program and a parking access revenue control system for improved operations
Did You Know?
Like other critical campus functions, Transportation & Parking is a receipt-supported enterprise. Revenue comes from parking permit and visitor parking fees. The University receives no state appropriations for parking facilities. Under state law, UNC campuses must return fines collected for parking tickets – after reconciling collection service expenses – to support North Carolina’s public schools.
Five-Year Plan News
Beginning Aug. 15, UNC Transportation and Parking will charge for parking on campus from Monday evenings through Friday mornings from 5 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. Daytime parking permits for students and employees will be honored at night.
This fall the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill earned silver status from the League of American Bicyclists’ Bicycle Friendly Universities 2018 ranking. UNC-Chapel Hill is one of only 16 universities to receive this year’s silver designation, which will remain for four years. The strongest aspects of Carolina’s application…
Point-to-Point (P2P) On-Demand service is now available through the TransLoc Rider app as part of UNC Transportation and Parking’s Five-Year Plan. “This reflects the department’s effort to further increase efficiency and customer satisfaction for Point-to-Point services,” Transportation and Parking director Cheryl Stout said. “Using the app or the website allows…