GoTriangle provides direct bus service between Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh and other parts of the Triangle. Free Park-and-Ride lots allow riders to park near a bus stop. Employees and students living outside of the Chapel Hill Transit service area may obtain a free GoPass to commute to UNC.
Commuters who do not qualify for a GoPass may purchase discounted passes from the online pass store. For information on fares and passes, visit gotriangle.org or call 919-485-RIDE (7433). Popular destinations include Southpoint Mall, the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC), and Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU).
All buses are equipped with two bike racks for convenience and are wheelchair accessible. Transfers between buses are free; just ask the driver for a free transfer ticket.
The Hillsborough Express route 420 provides direct service to Chapel Hill (look for a Chapel Hill Transit bus). Riders can easily catch this bus from the free Durham Tech Park-and-Ride. If mid-day service is needed, the Orange-Chapel Hill Connector is available.
Alamance Burlington Express
PART Express route 4 connects the Triad to the Triangle. Riders can park for free at Park-and-Ride lots along I-40 and catch the bus to UNC, Monday through Friday. Bus passes may be purchased online.
- Use Google Maps for transit directions.
- Ride guide for new riders
- Sign up GoTriangle email alerts.
- Sign up for Chapel Hill Transit email alerts.
- Use Walkscore to find an apartment near a bus stop.
- See buses in real time with NextBus and TransLoc.
- Download Transloc for iPhone or Android.