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Winter Break 2016

December 5, 2016

There’s No Place like Home for the Holidays! Get to Burlington, Mebane, or Greensboro with PART Route 4 Mon-Fri. One-way fare is $1.50 with student ID. Get to Durham Station on GoTriangle Route 400. One-way fare is $2.25. Connections to Amtrak, … Continued

Raleigh Road Visitor Lot

December 2, 2016

This lot accommodates UNC visitors and hourly parkers. Effective December 3, 2016, the Raleigh Road Visitor lot will offer payment for hourly parking through digital meter stations. Hourly Parking For visitors or hourly parkers without reservations through a department, the … Continued

Thanksgiving Break Transportation Options

November 17, 2016

New! BreakShuttle:  Take a charter bus with UNC students to Charlotte, Atlanta, Fayetteville, Wilmington, Richmond, or D.C. Buy tickets online. P2P Airport Shuttle:  Point-to-Point (P2P) will provide free transportation for students from UNC to RDU Airport. Reserve a seat online. … Continued

UNC Transportation Fair – Nov 16

November 10, 2016

Don’t miss this year’s Transportation Fair! This is your chance to meet your transportation representatives, give input on biking, and find rideshare buddies. Come out to see CAP, Zipcar, local and regional transit, SafeWalk, Tar Heel Bikes, and more! Bring … Continued

Parking/Transit Information for Presidential Visit

October 31, 2016

President Barack Obama will visit UNC-Chapel Hill Wednesday afternoon (Nov. 2) to campaign for presidential candidate Secretary Hillary Clinton. The President will speak outside on the Michael Hooker Fields, located between Carmichael Arena and the School of Government off South Road.

Homegrown Halloween

October 26, 2016

UNC partners with the Town of Chapel Hill to create a Homegrown 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 will be restricted for the event.

Digital Meter Stations

June 22, 2016

New Parking Meter Technology Digital meters are widely used in municipal areas, including downtown Chapel Hill, and are becoming commonplace on college campuses nationwide because of the potential for increased efficiency. “The new meters tie into our overall parking system … Continued