Coordinator Registration Login
Transportation and Parking relies on department parking coordinators to serve as liaisons between Transportation and Parking and the department employees. Transportation and Parking routinely sends communications through department coordinators to share pertinent information related to transportation and parking to department employees.
Accessing Current Permit Assignments
Parking Permit Renewal
- Employee parking assignments issued from the department’s allocation that are eligible for payroll deduction and assigned by July 14 will automatically renew for the FY24 permit year.
- Employee parking assignments from the department’s allocation, that are not eligible for payroll deduction, will not automatically renew — Coordinators must submit a permit assignment request on or after July 24 to allow for payment processing.
- Waitlist permits assigned to department employees during FY23 are not renewable.
- Coordinators can view and make changes to FY24 department assignments beginning July 24.
UNC-D Accessibility Parking Permit Renewals
- UNC-D permitholders will receive an email communication for the FY24 permit renewal.
- Employees requiring mobility accommodations that are not currently registered with a permit should reference the Accessibility Accommodations webpage for process information.
- Post Doc parking assignments issued from the department’s allocation that are eligible for payroll deduction and assigned by July 14 will automatically renew for the FY24 permit year.
- Post Docs parking assignments issued from the Post Doc’s allocation will receive an email communication for the FY24 renewal process
- Parking requests for Post Docs that are not included in the renewal processes may be submitted beginning July 24.
Commuter Alternative Program (CAP)
- Park and Ride permit holders will receive an email communication for the FY24 renewal process.
- Employees that are not currently registered for renewal may begin signing up for park and ride permits via CAP registration, beginning July 24.
- Go Triangle will remain fare-free at boarding through June 2024.
- PART riders will receive renewal information via CAP email.
- New CAP registrations begin July 24.
Department Permit Assignments
- Service, State Vehicle, and Reserved Spaces assigned to the department as of July 14 will automatically renew for FY24 permit year.
- Coordinators can begin making changes to FY24 department assignments beginning July 24.
Flex Permit Pricing
Flex permit is a reduced price permit for eligible employees reporting on campus three days or less per week. Departments and units are responsible for verifying an employee’s reporting schedule when requesting a flex permit. Employees who exceed three days of parking within a week with a flex permit are subject to cancellation of the flex parking permit and are required to purchase a full week permit.
If an employee’s schedule changes after initial registration, the parking coordinator should contact Transportation and Parking to change the permit status.
||Park and Ride, Post Doc, and UNC-D Permit Renewal Email||
|July 11||Coordinator’s Meeting||
|July 17-21||Permit Renewals||
|July 24||FY24 Permit Assignment Changes|
|July 31||Employee Permit Notification||
|August 1||Permit Year Begins||
|August 11||CBM File Processed||
|August 31||UNC One Card Gate Access||
Changes to employee parking assignments after the registration period require submission of a Permit Assignment Form available in the Parking Coordinators login under online forms. A permit cannot be issued if an employee does not register a valid license plate through Online Services. Permits are virtual and require individual customer to register valid license plate(s).
Parking Coordinators should remind employees who cancel a permit to login to Online Services to confirm the cancellation request was processed and Connect Carolina to ensure payroll deduction has stopped. Permit cancellations are typically processed within two business days after the parking coordinator successfully submits the cancellation request. The cancellation submission date determines any refunds due.
Department coordinators submit requests for employees waitlist choice through the Employee Waitlist Request Form, available through the Parking Coordinator Login online forms. Employees may check waitlist status through Online Services.
- Permanent employees receive priority on the waitlist based on the total state service date through Oct. 31 of the academic year. Beginning Nov. 1, date of request determines the waitlist position for permanent and temporary employees
- Temporary and contract employees are placed on a waitlist after permanent employees based on the date of request. Parking Coordinators are responsible for adding employees to the waitlist by submitting requests
- UNC Hospitals employees may sign up for the hospital waitlist. For additional questions, please contact the Hospital Parking and Transportation office at 984-974-1031
- Permits released via the Waitlist are not part of the department allocation and are not automatically renewed the following permit year
- Employee waitlist permits are released the third Friday of the following months: September, October, November, March, April and May of each year
Department Service and State Vehicle permit information is available via the Parking Coordinator Login. Parking Coordinators may cancel or request additional state or service permits by completing and submitting a Two-Hour Service Permit or State Vehicle forms accessed through the Parking Coordinator login. Reserved Parking spaces are automatically renewed and billed through UNC-Chapel Hill Customer Billing Management (CBM)
Other registration procedures may be completed by individual employees and do not require the department parking coordinator. Registration forms available online for individuals to complete.
Measures to provide customer service approaches that incorporate community standards and limit requirements for in-person office visits include:
- Online Services (account management)
- Virtual permits (license plate registration required)
- Mobile app for daily/hourly parking options
Before coming into the Transportation and Parking office, please see online options or contact a customer service representative:
- What is a virtual permit and how does it work?
- A virtual permit means that no physical permit/hang tag is required. Instead, your license plate is registered in the system and serves as your credential. License plate recognition (LPR) technology scans your plate to verify that you are credentialed to park in the lot. Individual permit holders are responsible for registering license plate(s) in Online Services. Vehicles must park with license plate visible from the travel lane of the space.
- If an employee is working remotely for the fall and plans to return later, do I need to assign a permit now?
- No. You can assign the permit later so long as it remains in the department’s allocation. The employee is only required to pay for the period of time the permit is issued and parking cost is pro-rated.
- What if the employee is unsure of the work schedule?
- Parking coordinators are encouraged to make assignments based on existing understanding of schedules. Parking coordinators may re-assign department allocations during the designated change period. Employees may cancel a permit at any time for a prorated refund.
- I am a parking coordinator, where can I find my department permits including service and state vehicle permits?
- Department Service and State Vehicle permit information is available via the Parking Coordinator Login. Parking Coordinators may cancel or request additional state or service permits by completing and submitting a 2-Hour Service Permit or State Vehicle forms accessed through the Parking Coordinator login. Reserved Parking spaces are automatically renewed and billed through UNC-Chapel Hill Customer Billing Management (CBM).