Coming to UNC: New Options for Event Parking

November 20, 2019

UNC Athletics and Rams Club, in partnership with Transportation and Parking, are dedicated to improving the event experience. As a part of those efforts, ParkHub is being launched as an event parking management solution for the UNC versus Mercer football game.

Thanksgiving Travel Tips

November 18, 2019

P2P Airport Shuttle Free P2P shuttle from UNC to RDU airport. P2P Shuttles will run every hour between 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 26 (sign-up form will close Nov. 25). GoTriangle buses also serve the airport for … Continued

Halloween on Franklin Street

October 21, 2019

UNC partners with the Town of Chapel Hill to create a Halloween celebration with the goal of having a fun and safe locally hosted and attended event. With this in mind, many roadways and parking lots on campus are restricted … Continued

Transportation Station at Three Zeros Day!

October 3, 2019

Visit the Transportation Station at Three Zeros Day, Monday Oct. 7 in the Pit to chat with Transportation and Parking, the Commuter Alternative Program (CAP), local and regional transit planners, and more! Transportation Station location: UNC The Pit, Oct. 7, … Continued

Try Transit to Win with GoTriangle!

September 19, 2019

Take GoTriangle’s Personality Quiz to get unique trips and tips to explore the area and be entered to win $200 by taking the follow-up survey. Transit is a great way to experience our community, save money and connect with others – … Continued

Student Parking 2019 – 2020

September 4, 2019

Class status and Resident/Commuter status will be verified in Fall 2019. Students who received permits which they are ineligible for will be asked to return the permit. Parking policies and general operations are outlined in The Ordinance Regulating Traffic and … Continued

2019 Bike Auction

September 2, 2019

Every year, Transportation & Parking partners with Alpha Phi Omega to raise money for charities in and around the Chapel Hill community by auctioning off all the abandoned bikes on campus from the previous year. It’s economical, ecological, convenient, and smart. Hundreds of … Continued