Transportation & Parking

Chapel Hill Transit Hosting Public Info Sessions on Their Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP)

The Plan will serve as Chapel Hill Transit’s roadmap for the next 10 years, and will streamline service to improve frequency during peak, midday and weekend hours. Come give feedback and help enhance the convenience of living without a private vehicle!

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S1 Parking Deck Construction to Begin in Late February

Construction for the S1 Parking Deck is scheduled to begin in late February 2020. S1 permits will be honored in the Craige Deck when construction begins. Permit holders will be notified prior to the start of construction.

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Chapel Hill Transit Adjusts Service for December Holidays and UNC Winter Break

Several adjustments are being made to Chapel Hill Transit's service schedule over the coming weeks. Find a detailed schedule at the link in the headline.

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Manning Drive Repaving Project: Dec. 16 - 18

OWASA is scheduled to repave Manning Drive between 15/501 and Ridge Rd. from Dec. 16 - 18, weather dependent, from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. each day. This project will involve shifting the traffic pattern to accommodate paving crews and may cause delays on Manning. If you are traveling to or from the hospital during this project, please account for possible traffic delays and consider finding an alternate route.

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Halloween on Franklin Street

Every year, the university partners with the Town of Chapel Hill to create a Halloween celebration with the goal of having a fun and safe locally hosted and attended event. This event is often very large and can affect traffic and parking throughout Chapel Hill. If you are working on Oct. 31 please plan extra time when traveling to or from campus; more details about potential impacts may be found here.

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UNC Men’s Basketball Season Begins Friday, Nov. 1; Game Day Parking Permits Now Available in the Hospital Parking Office

The UNC Men’s Basketball Season officially begins Friday evening, Nov. 1, 2019 with an exhibition game in the Dean E. Smith Center. To support game operations, several parking areas within the S11 Bowles Lot, the S11 Manning “upper” Lot and Williamson Drive will be pre-blocked on the nights preceding home games throughout the season. Parking in those blocked areas will be prohibited throughout the game day beginning 5 a.m. that morning through the end of event egress. Find more information here.

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Halloween on Franklin Street

Every year, the university partners with the Town of Chapel Hill to create a Halloween celebration with the goal of having a fun and safe locally hosted and attended event. This event is often very large and can affect traffic and parking throughout Chapel Hill. If you are working on Oct. 31 please plan extra time when traveling to or from campus; more details about potential impacts may be found here.

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Cardinal Deck Closure – Thursday Evening, Oct. 24

OWASA must complete work to replace a utility vault cover on West Drive that will prevent access into the Cardinal Deck from Thursday, Oct. 24 at 10 p.m. until Friday, Oct. 25 at 7 a.m. Affected PD permit holders may park in the Dogwood Deck during this timeframe.

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Late Night with Roy - Expected Traffic Impacts

The University will hold its 17th annual "Late Night with Roy" basketball season kickoff event September 27 at the Dean Smith Center. The event will begin at 8 p.m. but heavy traffic should be expected for several hours leading up to the event.

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Parking Impacts of Saturday's Football Game

Due to UNC Football game day operations, several lots on campus, including “S1” Public Safety Lot will be reserved for game day permits only. All vehicles remaining in the permit portion of the lot after 8 a.m. on game day (including state vehicles) and not displaying a proper game day permit will be relocated at the owner’s expense.Hospital employees reporting to work and having an official hospital ID may park in the Dogwood Deck without being charged on Saturday.

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Attention PD Permit Holders: West Drive Repaving and Street Conversion Project Begins Sept. 5

West Drive between Manning Drive and Mason Farm Road will close to through traffic beginning Thursday, Sept. 5, through Saturday, Nov. 16, for a two phase repaving and improvements project. Access to the Cardinal Deck will be maintained throughout the project.

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Provide Feedback to the Town of Chapel Hill about Traffic

The Town of Chapel Hill would like to talk to you about traffic. What’s your experience with traffic in town? What should the town do to improve traffic? Take a survey or sign up for a focus group. Results will be used to help improve traffic in our community.

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Chapel Hill Transit Closed Labor Day, Sept. 2

Chapel Hill Transit will be closed on Monday, Sept. 2, in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Regular services will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Find the full Chapel Hill Transit holiday schedule here.

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University Weeknight Parking Program Begins Aug. 15

​Beginning Aug. 15, the University will charge a fee to employees who park on campus from Monday evenings through Friday mornings from 5 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. Daytime parking permits for employees will be honored at night. Parking permits are not required for employees to park on campus from Friday at 5 p.m. until Monday at 7:30 a.m.

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University Weeknight Parking Program Begins Aug. 15

​Beginning Aug. 15, the University will charge a fee to employees who park on campus from Monday evenings through Friday mornings from 5 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. Daytime parking permits for employees will be honored at night. Parking permits are not required for employees to park on campus from Friday at 5 p.m. until Monday at 7:30 a.m.

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Reminder: University Weeknight Parking Program Begins Aug. 15

​Beginning Aug. 15, the University will charge a fee to employees who park on campus from Monday evenings through Friday mornings from 5 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. Daytime parking permits for employees will be honored at night. Parking permits are not required for employees to park on campus from Friday at 5 p.m. until Monday at 7:30 a.m.

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Registration for Commuter Alternative Program Now Open

The Commuter Alternative Program incentivizes faculty, staff and students who choose to take the bus, join a rideshare, ride a bike or walk to campus. Employees who registered for CAP before May 2019 were automatically renewed for 2019-20. More information may be found here for staff who commute using GoTriangle, PART Express, Chatham Transit, the Vanpool or for those who would like to learn more about the NEW CAP Weeknight Parking Pass.

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University Weeknight Parking Program Begins Aug. 15

​Beginning Aug. 15, the University will charge a fee to employees who park on campus from Monday evenings through Friday mornings from 5 p.m. until 7:30 a.m. Daytime parking permits for employees will be honored at night. Parking permits are not required for employees to park on campus from Friday at 5 p.m. until Monday at 7:30 a.m.

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July 4 Transportation and Parking Impacts

Chapel Hill Transit will not operate services on Thursday, July 4, 2019, due to the Independence Day holiday. Normal services will resume on Friday, July 5, 2019. The University will also be closed on Thursday, July 4. As a result, all Park & Ride permit holders and GoPass users will be allowed to park in the S11 parking lots during this time period. On-campus parking permit holders are encouraged to continue to park in their assigned zones. UNC Hospitals shuttles will operate on a normal schedule.

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FCX Route Resumes Service to Friday Center Park and Ride on June 21

The paving project at the bus stop at the Friday Center park and ride lot has been completed. Chapel Hill Transit FCX route has now resumed regular routing to the park and ride.

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