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.
Category: Transportation & Parking
Check out “What’s New” for 2016-17 with UNC Transportation & Parking: Parking Digital Meters (New on UNC’s Campus) Learn about these convenient pay stations and how to use them. Available Parking Permits The student parking lottery has ended. However, parking … Continued
West Drive will be limited to a single lane during the day on Friday, July 22 and then blocked to all through traffic Friday, July 22 at 7 p.m. through the evening of Sunday, July 24 at 12 midnight for … Continued
UNC Transportation & Parking and APO will hold the annual Bicycle Auction to benefit APO charities: WHEN: Thursday, September 8, 5:30 p.m. WHERE: Business School Deck (bottom level) Parking is available in the back of the Bowles Lot, near the … Continued
Transportation & Parking is in the beginning stages of developing a Five Year Plan for 2017-2021 and would appreciate your feedback. Below are links to the project website and an interactive engagement tool called MetroQuest. The MetroQuest site takes about … Continued
New sidewalks will be installed along the north side of Mason Farm Rd. from S. Columbia Street to Marsico Hall. Work will be from Friday, April 15, 2016 through Wednesday, June 1, 2016. The curb lane and seven (7) spaces … Continued
UNC partners with the Town of Chapel Hill to create a championship 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 and in Town will be restricted. UNC north campus parking lots will be controlled and require a weekday parking permit for entry. The Town will monitor and divert traffic to minimize the impact in surrounding neighborhoods.