The Commuter Alternative Program rewards faculty, staff and students who choose to take the bus, join a rideshare, ride a bike or walk to campus. Sustainable transportation options improve air quality, build community and reduce traffic congestion to make everyone’s commute better.

CAP Membership

Eligibility Rules

  • Must live off campus
  • Must forgo an on-campus parking permit
  • Must be a UNC student or employee (paid by the University or Hospitals) to receive a GoPass or vanpool subsidy

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Transportation News

UNC-Chapel Hill Makes Mobile Pay Available for Park & Ride Lots

April 4, 2018

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students and employees may now purchase a daily Park & Ride permit through Parkmobile online or the mobile app.

Categories: Commuting Alternatives, Transit, Transportation & Parking


Traveling for Spring Break?

February 12, 2018

Charlotte Ride BreakShuttle! Depart from UNC Mar. 9, return Mar. 18. Buy tickets online. Durham Station Connect to Amtrak, Greyhound, or Megabus! From UNC, take GoTriangle bus route 400 for $2.25 one-way. Greensboro Ride PART Route 4 for $1.25 with your student ID. Other stops include Mebane, Graham, and Burlington….

Categories: Holiday Service, Transit, Transportation & Parking


Chapel Hill Transit Short Range Transit Plan

February 8, 2018

There’s still time to make your voice heard and help shape the services provided by Chapel Hill Transit over the next 10 years through the Short Range Transit Plan. Take the online interactive survey, review the three draft scenarios (constrained by existing funding levels) and let CHT know what you like…

Categories: Commuting Alternatives, Transit, Transportation & Parking