Parking & Transportation update

Despite this past weekend’s winter weather, the Department of Public Safety wants to remind everyone that parking regulations are in effect—even in lots where gates are raised. This includes Dogwood Deck, which is reserved for patients and visitors only.

Affiliated personnel parking in the Dogwood Deck must display a valid Dogwood Deck permit on their vehicle or their vehicles will be cited and possibly towed.

TRANSIT:
Chapel Hill Transit:
Chapel Hill Transit is offering full service with minor delays on some routes. Chapel Hill Transit will continuously post updates on its Web site at http://www.townofchapelhill.org/index.aspx?page=1175 and http://www.townofchapelhill.org/index.aspx?page=696.

Triangle Transit:
Triangle Transit buses are running. In the case of unsafe road conditions, some areas may remain unserviceable. For the latest information on disruptions in service, visit http://triangletransit.org/news/rider_alerts/.

Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation:
All P.A.R.T. Routes are running regular schedules. Due to road conditions the routes may be slightly delayed. Call the P.A.R.T. Hub at (336)883-PART if you have any questions, or visit the Web site at www.partnc.org.

POINT-TO-POINT:
Point-to-Point is operating on a normal schedule.

TOWN OF CHAPEL HILL:
For information during inclement weather, residents should visit the official town Web site at www.townofchapelhill.org or call (919) 968-2743. Announcements about service also are made on WCHL radio (1360 AM).

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
UNC Public Safety will continue to monitor road conditions, parking and commuter conditions and will make adjustments to parking and / or Point-to-Point operations as appropriate. Changes and updates prominently noted on the UNC Public Safety website at www.dps.unc.edu as appropriate, and campus adverse weather information will be available via Alert Carolina at http://alertcarolina.unc.edu.

Changes to the University’s operational status and other emergency information will be communicated using means including campus-wide e-mail and voice mail (only for campus land lines), the Adverse Weather and Emergency Phone Line at (919) 843-1234, the Travelers’ Information radio system (1610 AM), and the University Access Channel (Chapel Hill Time Warner Cable Channel 4) along with other campus television channels.

For further information, call the Department of Public Safety during regular business hours at (919) 962–3951.