Category: Parking News
The University’s new Five-Year Transportation and Parking System Plan was developed with an eye toward equity and efficiency. The plan, which the University Board of Trustees approved on March 23, includes provisions to distribute operating costs among the many people … Continued
Customer Service Hours Customer service windows in the Public Safety Building will close from 11:45 a.m. – 2:15 p.m. on Friday, December 16, 2016. The office will resume normal hours after 2:15 p.m. The office will close at 3 p.m. on … Continued
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
President Barack Obama will visit UNC-Chapel Hill Wednesday afternoon (Nov. 2) to campaign for presidential candidate Secretary Hillary Clinton. The event is hosted by the UNC-Chapel Hill Young Democrats to rally student support. The President will speak outside on the Michael Hooker Fields, located between Carmichael Arena and the School of Government off South Road.
Ridge Road will be closed to through traffic in phases to allow the Town of Chapel Hill to perform resurfacing. During an initial phase, Ridge Road was closed between Manning Drive and the Rams Head Parking Deck. On Thursday, August … Continued
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
Contractors are continuing with Phase 3 of construction on the three (3) pedestrian bridges across Manning Drive impacting traffic Tuesday through Thursday, June 14-16 (weather permitting). Pedestrian flow will be maintained during construction on each walkway, and Manning Drive will … Continued