GoTriangle works closely with local universities to provide benefits to the thousands of students, faculty, and staff who live, work, and play in the Triangle. Find information below on Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, Wake Tech Community College, and others.
With more than 35,000 employees and 15,000 students, as well as millions of patients and visitors each year, Duke encourages staff, faculty, and students who commute to campus to explore multimodal transportation options. Duke University and Health System offer many incentives to save on fuel and parking fees while contributing to the mission of a carbon-neutral campus
As part of Duke’s continuing efforts to reduce congestion and create a more sustainable campus, Duke Parking & Transportation Services offers:
Please visit our Alternative Transportation webpage for detailed information. Contact Duke Parking and Transportation Services:
2010 Campus Drive, Box 90644, Durham, NC 27708-0644 (919) 684-PARK (7275)
- 2010 Campus Drive, Box 90644, Durham, NC 27708-0644
- (919) 684-PARK (7275)
North Carolina Central University
North Carolina Central University is just a short bus ride to some of the best of what Durham has to offer. NCCU offers the GoPass, to students and employees, which allows unlimited rides on GoDurham, GoRaleigh, Chapel Hill Transit and GoTriangle. Some other transit benefits include:
- Carshare: With Zipcars on campus, available for an hourly or daily rate, it is easy to live or work at NCCU without bringing a car to campus
- Carpool: Free ride-matching through ShareTheRideNC
- Bikeshare: Students, faculty, and staff can borrow bikes through the Cycling Eagles bikeshare program
- Transit: NCCU offers the GoPass, to students and employees, which allows unlimited rides on GoDurham, GoRaleigh, Chapel Hill Transit and GoTriangle
Please visit our website, nccu.edu/transportation for detailed information. Contact the NCCU Transportation Department:
- 408 Brant St. Durham, NC 27707
- (919) 530-6362
North Carolina State University WolfTrails
WolfTrails provides NC State employees and students alternative transportation options for getting to and from and around campus including biking, carpooling, vanpooling, walking, or transit. WolfTrails offers incentives to encourage the campus community to make environmentally sustainable travel decisions, save money and improve their quality of life. For directions and hours of operation, please visit www.ncsu.edu/transportation.
NC State University staff and faculty are encouraged to visit go.ncsu.edu/wolftrails for program details. Contact NCSU Transportation:
- On campus: 2721 Sullivan Drive, Administrative Services
- Mailing address: NCSU Transportation, NC State University, Campus Box 7221, Raleigh, NC 27695
- Call (919) 515-3424, 7:30am-5pm
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
UNC-Chapel Hill rewards faculty, staff and students who choose to use alternative transportation options through the Commuter Alternative Program (CAP).
CAP members receive many commuter benefits including a discount card, entry into monthly prize drawings, free occasional-use on-campus parking, and subsidies for eligible commute options. CAP supports UNC’s sustainability goals to improve air quality, build community, and reduce traffic congestion to make everyone’s commute better. UNC is recognized nationally as one of the Best Workplaces for Commuters and as a Bicycle Friendly University.
For more information, visit the Transportation and Parking website or contact email@example.com.
- Follow Transportation and Parking @moveunc on Twitter and Facebook. For in-person assistance, visit CAP at the UNC Public Safety Building.
Wake Tech Community College
Wake Technical Community College is North Carolina’s largest community college, serving nearly 2,000 employees and over 70,000 students annually.
The Wake Tech Green Trek program is a green initiative designed to reduce the college's carbon footprint and increase transportation equity by encouraging participation in alternative transportation options, such as transit, carpooling, vanpooling, biking, and walking. Green Trek helps accomplish these goals by providing public transit to most campuses, preferred parking to carpoolers/vanpoolers, ample amounts of bike amenities and programming, informational alternative transportation maps, and personalized commute planning and assistance to all students and employees.
To learn more about the Wake Tech Green Trek program, please visit www.waketech.edu/about-wake-tech/green-trek
To learn more about our programming, you can also follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
firstname.lastname@example.org | 919-866-5653
More Triangle Colleges & Universities
There are many more colleges and universities across the Triangle that also provide commuter programming to their students. Find out more by selecting from the schools below: