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 This page contains information on the following:

Frequently Asked Questions   Traffic

Special Park & Ride Shuttles     Game Day General Public Parking   Game Day Disability Parking & Shuttles

 Employee Parking     Student Parking

Reserved Event Permit Parking  RV & Bus Parking (Under General Public Parking)   Facts at a Glimpse

The information pertains specifically to parking and shuttle service for UNC Football 2008.  For Football Schedules and other Football news, visit www.tarheelblue.com, the official web site of UNC Athletics.


    Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Question

Answer to Question

RV Parking

Where do I park an RV?  How much does it cost and how early can I arrive? Are there hook-ups? and How do I get to the game from the RV parking?

RV parking is free at the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot off of NC Highway 54.  There is no public RV parking on campus.  Parking in the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot is available to RV’s beginning 5 p.m. on the Friday evening preceding football Saturdays until 5 p.m. the Sunday following home football game Saturdays. 

However, fans should note that while RV parking is allowed in the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot, there are no hook-ups and no public restrooms in the lot.  The closest RV parking areas with hook-ups are located at Jordan Lake and the Eno River State Park.  The following is a link to our RV page listing the local RV Parking Locations: http://www.dps.unc.edu/SpecEvent/campusaccess/rvparking/rvparking.cfm

Fans parking at the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot can get to the game by riding the Chapel Hill Transit buses beginning 3 hours prior to game time.  The cost is $5 per person roundtrip.

Reservations are not required for individual RV's.  However, groups are encouraged to notify the Department of Public Safety at least 72-hours in advance (919.962.3951 or http://www.dps.unc.edu/Forms/specialevents/specialevents1.cfm.

All RV's are asked to limit the number of parking spaces impact to less than 7 per RV. RV patrons are also asked to pick-up their trash before leaving the parking area.  

Disability Parking

Where do fans with disabilities park and how do they get to the stadium?

Disability parking is reserved in the Ambulatory Care Lot off Mason Farm Road (near Columbia Street).  Wheelchair accessible vans and buses service our fans with disabilities and take them and their caretaker (if this applies) to the main north and south side gates. 

Shuttles are designated for each side of the stadium (north and south), so fans need to make sure they ride the correct shuttle to get to their destination.  Stadium seating information is printed on the game tickets. 

Disability Parking

Why is disability parking located so far from the stadium?

There are not enough spaces close to the stadium that actually meet the ADA requirements for parking in terms of distance to the gate, incline, etc.  Therefore, an ADA acceptable alternative is to have a shuttle system that runs to the stadium from a designated parking lot. 

Disability Parking

What is required for access to disability parking and shuttles?

Any vehicle displaying a disability plate, permit or placard will be given access to the reserved disability parking, if the driver also pays the $8.00 parking fee. 

Disability Parking

 Is it possible to arrange one-game disability parking for someone that has a temporary disability such as a broken leg, but no disability permit?

Yes, as long as the request is made at least 72-hours in advance.  DPS cannot guarantee a parking permit for requests less than 72-hours in advance.  Contact the Department of Public Safety at 962-3951 or http://www.dps.unc.edu/Forms/specialevents/specialevents1.cfm for special one-game parking permits for access to the disability parking lot. 

There will be a $8.00 parking fee upon entry to the disability parking lot, but the permit from Public Safety will allow access to the lot with the $8.00 entry payment.

Bus Parking

 Where do Charter buses park? How do I make arrangements and how much does it cost?

Charter buses park on Bowles Drive near the Dean E. Smith Center unless there is an event at the Smith Center that precludes that from happening.  Parking on Bowles Drive is $40 per bus.  Arrangements can be made through the Department of Public Safety in advance or buses can take their chances and drive to Bowles Drive on game day.  All non-reserved spaces are available on a first-come-first-serve basis.

To make a reservation, complete the website request form at least 72 hours in advance of game day.  DPS cannot guarantee a parking permit for requests less than 72-hours in advance and it is recommended that requests are made at least one-week in advance. The web request address is:   http://www.dps.unc.edu/Forms/specialevents/specialevents1.cfm

Bus Parking

Bowles Drive is too far from the stadium for some of the fans on the buses to walk.  Is there a place the bus can drop-off before parking on Bowles Drive and then pick-up after the game?

Special arrangements need to be made for drop-off, if it is needed for some location other than Bowles Drive.  Drop-off in other locations is discouraged because doing so holds up traffic and causes traffic flow problems.  In certain cases, arrangements can be made through the Department of Public Safety by calling (919) 962-3951 or via the website at http://www.dps.unc.edu/Forms/specialevents/specialevents1.cfm.  Use of the website is encouraged due to the volume of phone calls/requests received for event operations.  

DPS cannot guarantee arrangements can be made for requests less than 72-hours in advance.

Employee Parking

 I’m an employee and I plan on working on game day.  Where do I park?

UNC and UNC Hospitals employees working on game day can park in a variety of locations including the Dogwood Deck on south campus and the Swain Lot on north campus.  At the Dogwood Deck, show your employee ID upon exit and you will be allowed to exit for free.  At the Swain Lot, a UNC One Card or regular employee permit will gain you access to the lot.
Picnicking / Tailgating On Campus

Can I tailgate in the campus parking lots prior to game time?

Tailgating is allowed, but open flames and alcohol are prohibited.  However, fans are asked to limited their tailgate to one parking space per vehicle, clean-up their trash and act respectably.

An alternative to traditional tailgating is TAR HEEL TOWN.  Tar Heel Town starts 2.5 hours prior to game time and includes:  (1) The Old Well Walk with Coach Davis and the Team, (2) The Kick-off Show Live from Tar Heel Town, (3) Activities such as face painting, rock climbing and inflatables, (4) Visits by the Tar Heel Mascot, (5) Give-aways such as posters, trading cards, etc. (5) Parker's Barbecue and other food.  For more information link to the Tar Heel website at http://www.tarheeltown.com/ttown.htm

 


   Traffic 

        Due to the volume of vehicles in and around campus on home football game days, it is best to plan on arriving to campus early, especially this season due to an extensive amount of roadway construction

Football patrons without football parking permits for campus are encouraged to carpool or use the Chapel Hill Transit Tar Heel Express Park and Ride Shuttles.    

        The volume of traffic on campus on game days and the various parking needs require that parking lots and streets are restricted and/or screened.  As part of the game day parking and transportation operation, vehicles may be asked to travel in a direction other than the one most preferred.  Patrons, students and/or employees may be restricted from entering certain lots or streets.  Traffic control studies have been conducted and traffic patterns are set to best benefit the overall operational needs. 

        Please heed the signs and requests of the parking monitors and traffic control personnel, as they are here to make the operation run as smooth as possible during a very busy and difficult event. 

        Traffic is typically heaviest 1.5 hours prior to game time.  Please plan accordingly.  A little patience and extra planning will make each person’s event experience more pleasant. 

        The following roads are always restricted to special permits prior to games.  Vehicles without the proper UNC 2008 Event Parking Permit are not allowed access (official emergency vehicles are an exception):

Ridge Road    Stadium Drive

        The following roads will be restricted post game:  

South Road is one-way east-bound from Columbia Street to Country Club

Stadium Drive is restricted to exiting traffic and special buses

Ridge Road

West Drive from Manning Drive to Mason Farm Road

       For up-to-date campus parking event information, call the event hotline at 919-962-3951 or listen to 1610 AM on your radio as you get close to campus or check the Public Safety Breaking News Bulletin on the main web page at www.dps.unc.edu or www.parking.unc.edu. 


    Getting to Kenan Stadium the Easy Way!  

Ride the Tar Heel Express Bus Shuttles

         Chapel Hill Transit operates special shuttles from park and ride lots located throughout Chapel Hill and Carrboro on football game days.  All Game Day "Tar Heel Express" buses drop-off and pick-up on campus along South Road in front of Carmichael Auditorium and Woolen Gym.  Additionally, buses from two of the lots drop-off and pick-up at Franklin Street, Tar Heel Town and South Road.

This is a recommended and viable option to driving to campus in the traffic and looking for a legitimate public parking space.  Public Parking on campus is limited!

        Service from the NC Highway 54 Friday Center Park & Ride Lot next to the Friday Center, from the parking lot next to Dillard's at University Mall, from the "P Lot" off EstesDrive / Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (Historic Airport Road) and the 725 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Lot begins 3 hours prior to game time so that fans may enjoy the festivities at Tar Heel Town, which typically is open to the public beginning 2.5 hours prior to game time until 1 hour prior to game time.  The Friday Center and Dillard's Lot Tar Heel Express buses drop-off and pick-up on campus along South Road in front of Woolen Gym (near the stadium).  The "P Lot" and "725" Tar Heel Express buses will drop-off at a to be determined Franklin Street location (probably Carolina Coffee Shop), Tar Heel Town (Old Well on Cameron Avenue) and on South Road.  The "P Lot" and "725" Tar Heel Express buses will pick-up post game at South Road until traffic clears and for 3 hours post game from Franklin Street.   

        Service begins 1.5 hours before game time from Jones Ferry Road off NC 54 West in Carrboro and the Southern Village Park & Ride lot located on 15-501 south of town.  Tar Heel Express buses from these locations will drop-off and pick-up at South Road on the UNC campus.     

        One-way fare for Tar Heel Express service is $3.00; Round-trip service is $5.00.  Return trips from South Road begin immediately after each event and continue for approximately 1/2 hour (more or less depending on the crowd at the shuttle stop).

  New 2008 Tar Heel Express Service:  The 5th Quarter

"The 5th Quarter"   Enjoy Chapel Hill:  Whether you like to come early, stay late or both, Downtown Chapel Hill and UNC are Proud to offer an easier way to make a day of Carolina Football.  Two new parking areas have been added for the 2008 season.  The "P Lot" and "725" Tar Heel Express buses will pick-up from at least one Franklin Street designated location beginning approximately 90 minutes after game time and make continuous trips to/from the "P Lot" and "725 Lot" until 3 hours post game.  This service is designed to offer fans the ability to stay and enjoy Franklin Street post game, but still take advantage of Park and Ride services.  Coming early or staying after to enjoy Downtown Chapel Hill has never been easier.  You'll find 81 restaurants, 68 retailers and a mile of family cultural attractions.

 Click Here to View as map of the Park and Ride Tar Heel Express Shuttle Service Locations.

 

For more Tar Heel Express Shuttle Information, Contact Chapel Hill Transit at 919.969.4900 or

http://www.townofchapelhill.org/index.asp?NID=72

 


  General Public Parking

        Certain lots are reserved for general public parking.  The fee for public parking is $8.00 this season.  Exact change is appreciated because it decreases traffic congestion by allowing quicker handling the change and thus quicker parking.  The general public is encouraged to park in these lots, if they are driving standard size vehicles and not buses or RV's.   

        The reserved public parking locations for the 2008 football season are:

PD-Cardinal Deck (approximately 1,200 spaces)    Manning Lot (approximately 500 spaces)

N7-Nash Lot  (75 spaces)    N5-Park Place

General Administration Lot (includes free shuttle, approximately 100 spaces)  

Jackson Deck Located Next to Dogwood Deck (approximately 400 spaces)  

RV parking will be available at the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot off of NC Highway 54 Lot.  Travel to campus is available via the Tar Heel Express, which services this lot.  There is NO PUBLIC RV PARKING on campus this season.  Reservations are encouraged for all games so enough space can be reserved to accommodate these special oversized vehicles.  RV parking is free in the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot, but RV patrons using this lot are expected to keep the number of spaces occupied to a minimal (no more than 7) and  to clean-up any trash generated prior to departure.  To make a reservation, contact DPS at least 72-hours in advance by using the website at http://www.dps.unc.edu/dps/specialevents/SpecialEventRequestWebForm1.htm DPS cannot guarantee a parking permit for requests made less than 72-hours in advance.  DPS recommends making requests at least one-week in advance.

Public bus parking is designated on Bowles Drive near the Dean E. Smith Center as space allows (and as long as there are no conflicting events scheduled for the Dean E. Smith Center).  Should overcrowding occur or the space become necessary for a Dean E. Smith Center event, buses will be re-routed to the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot off of NC Highway 54.  Bus parking will be $40 this season, unless buses are sent to the Friday Center Park and Ride (no charge at the Friday Center). 

Directions to the Parking Lots are located under the Directions section of this Web Page:  We highly recommend following the directions provided and avoiding Manning Drive when arriving for the game, if at all possible.  

      Click here, to view a map of event parking.

Click here, to view a map of the RV and off-campus bus parking.


  Disability Parking & Shuttles 

Parking

        Specific parking spaces are set aside for game day/night disability parking.  Patrons with state (any state) disability permits or plates may park in these spaces at the general public parking fee, which is $8.00 for this football season.  Patrons without a state issued disability permit or plate may arrange for a special event disability-parking permit by contacting the UNC Department of Public Safety at least 72 hours in advance at (919) 962-3951 or via our website using the request form at http://www.dps.unc.edu/dps/specialevents/SpecialEventRequestWebForm1.htm .

        Disability parking spaces for the 2008 Football Season have been set aside in the Ambulatory Care Lot off Mason Farm Road and Columbia Street.  Back by popular demand, shuttle buses and vans chartered by the Department of Public Safety via an agreement with Carolina Livery will provide shuttle service to and from the stadium and South Road for Tar Heel Town again this year.   Because there will be only one vendor (Carolina Livery) providing disability shuttles this season, patrons are encouraged to check the shuttle labels before boarding to ensure they are boarding the desired "north side" or "south side" shuttle. 

Shuttles

        Shuttle Service (vans and mini-buses) to and from the stadium begin 3 hours prior to the game and operate until 10 minutes after kick-off.  They resume service post game as the crowd and traffic allows.  Response time post game will vary depending on construction traffic patterns and game traffic.

        The pay parking fee covers some of the expense for these shuttles, but other revenue generated by the Department of Public Safety is used to pay for the remainder of the shuttle expenses.  The shuttles are not sponsored by any state or federal money.  Shuttle drivers are not allowed to accept gratuities as they are paid to operate the shuttles and provide professional service to our valued event patrons with disabilities.  

        Due to the limited resources and the desire to provide the most efficient service possible to our patrons with disabilities, the shuttles may be restricted to our patrons with disabilities and 1 “caretaker” in the cases where patrons need additional assistance.  If the shuttles are abused by non-disabled patrons and this adversely affects the service to our patrons with disabilities and their caretakers, a ticket collection process will be put into effect whereby disabled patrons and their "1 caretaker" are given tickets to ride the shuttles and only shuttle ticket holders will be provided transportation.  

      Click here, to view a map of event parking.


Employee Parking 

         Approximately 1,200 employee parking spaces are reserved for working employees with valid parking permits, UNC Hospitals credentials or UNC 2008 Special Event Employee parking permits.  Departments with  temporary or permanent employees without weekday employee permits, but whom will be reporting to work on game days, may contact the UNC Department of Public Safety via our website request from at http://www.dps.unc.edu/dps/specialevents/SpecialEventRequestWebForm1.htm for special event parking permits that will be honored in game day employee lots.  However, valid PID numbers may be required prior to issuance of employee game day work permits.

  These lots are reserved specifically for employees reporting directly to work and not attending the football game.  

        Game day employee lots include:

Swain Lot    Peabody Lot    Old East Lot   Emerson Drive    Davis Drive

Caldwell and Steele (NG3 Permit Holders Only)   Beard Lot (May be reserved for other special events coinciding with football)

Dogwood Deck    Craige Deck (CD Permit Holders Only)

CG Helipad (CG Permit Holders Only)    Cardinal Deck (PD Permit Holders Already Parked on Game Day)

  Cobb Deck (ND Permit Holders and a limited number of Game Day Working Employee Parking Permits)

          Click here, to view a map of these lots.


  Student Parking  

           Parking in Resident Student Lots is reserved for Resident Students with valid Student Permits for those particular lots.  During certain hours prior to home football games, monitors are positioned at the entrance to resident lots and will not allow anyone without a valid lot permit to park in the resident lots.  Overcrowding from Friday night parking often occurs in the Hinton James Lot (M Lot), Ehringhaus Lot (K Lot), and Morrison Dorm Lot (L Lot), thus "K, L or M" permits will be honored in the Manning Lot by the Dean E. Smith Center on Saturday, while vehicles outside of marked spaces within the "K, L and M lots" may be cited and/or towed for interference with traffic.  

On Football weekends, students are HEAVILY ENCOURAGED NOT to bring vehicles to campus if they do not have a weekday parking permit.  Construction has already limited parking for game day and too many additional vehicles on campus on game days may result in towing from more lots than in previous years.  Possible alternative off campus parking locations for football Saturdays include the "P Lot" off Airport Road next to the Physical Plant, the Friday Center Lot off NC Highway 54 and the 725 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (Historical Airport Road) Lot next to the Sheps Building (across from Fosters Market and the Flying Burrito). 

        Many Commuting Student Lots and some combination Employee/Student Lots are reserved for game operations and NOT available for student or employee parking on game days.  Commuting Student Lots and Employee/Student Lots reserved for game day special event permits require the lots to be empty beginning 8 a.m. on game day.  The following are examples of these type of lots:

S10-Boshamer Lot    S4-Stadium Drive    S4-Avery Lot

S3 Ridge Road    S3-Navy Field    S3-Knapp Lot 

S3-Law Programs Lot    Portions of N4 (PGT Drive and Cobb Cul-de-sac)

 S11-Manning Lot   CD-Craige Deck  RD-Ramshead Deck       

K-Lower Ehringhaus Lot (Lower Lot Only)    S12-Sections of Hibbard/Branson Drive (Hibbard/Branson S12 Only)

        There are some Commuting Student Lots and Employee/Student Lots reserved for game day use, but that do not require vehicles already parked to move from the lot if the weekday permit is displayed.  However, these lots will be restricted from use by permit holders on game day, if the vehicle is not already parked when the monitor arrives.  These lots include:

   S11-Manning Lot    S11-Koury Lot    S11-Bowles Lot

N5-Boundary Street     N5-Forest Theatre 

Students who must come to campus to conduct academic business, may park in the Emerson Drive or Davis Drive Lots, if space is available. 

Graduate students working on experiments or having some other type of academic business may arrange parking by contacting the Parking Coordinator in their respective Graduate School Program and having the Graduate School Program Parking Coordinator contact the Event Services Division or via the special event on-line request form (http://www.dps.unc.edu/Forms/specialevents/specialevents1.cfm).  Special Event permit quantities are limited, so Special Event Permits will only be issued to those with identification indicating their status as a graduate student (Valid PID's may be required).  Special Event permits of this type are for academic business only and not for game parking.  Abuse of the request process will prompt the elimination of this service.   

        Click here, to view a map of event affected lots.


   Reserved Event Permit Parking

        Certain lots are reserved for Educational Foundation and Athletic Department parking.  Employees, Students and Visitors MUST relocate their vehicles from these locations by 8:00 a.m. on Home Football Saturdays.  

        Failure to remove vehicles from these areas by 8:00 a.m. will result in the issuance of a $20 ticket for temporary parking restrictions and a $90 - $100 fee for the towing of the vehicle from the reserved lot.  

        The following are examples of lots that are restricted and where vehicles will be ticketed and towed:

Ramshead Parking Deck    S4- Ridge Road     S4-Stadium Drive    S4-Avery Lot    

S3 Ridge Road    S3-Navy Field    S3-Knapp Lot

S3-Law Programs Lot    K-Ehaus Lower Lot

Portions of ND (Cobb Deck)    

BG-Bell Tower Lot    Crescent Lot      

NG3-Steele & Caldwell Lots (NG3 Permits Allowed Access)   N3-Bynum Circle  N6-Highway 54 Lot 

N2-Morehead Lot  S10-Boshamer Lot  KSD-Knapp Saunders School of Government Deck 

S11-Bowles Lot    S11-Smith Lot      S11-Koury Lot 

S11-Williamson Road   S12-Hibbard Drive / Branson Street Lots  

South Road Meters    Country Club Meters

N7-Nash Lot    MD-McCauley Deck   

         The following are examples of lots where access is restricted to event permits beginning 8:00 a.m., but in which vehicles with valid permits are not typically cited or towed if remaining in the lots after 8:00 a.m.:

 T-Outdoor Recreation Lot

    S11-Manning Lot

   CD-Craige Deck Permit Holders

Click here, to view a map of event parking.


   Directions to Campus Game Day Public Parking

   Kenan Stadium, home of the UNC Football Team, is located off Highway 54 and South Road along Stadium Drive on the UNC Campus.  

Public Parking Directions

        There is no public parking on home football game days immediately surrounding the stadium.  However, Public Parking is available on campus in designated lots (see event map for directions).  

Due to Manning Drive and Bowles Drive Construction, DPS highly recommends avoiding Manning Drive between 15/501 and Hibbard Drive when arriving for football games this season.  If using Manning Drive, DPS recommends entry from the Columbia Street corridor. 

The Ambulatory Care Lot can be accessed by taking 15-501 to South Columbia Street and then taking South Columbia Street to Mason Farm Road (just prior to the intersection of Manning Drive and Columbia and Pittsboro Streets) and turning right onto Mason Farm Road or from Historic Airport Road (Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) to Columbia Street then turning right onto Cameron Avenue and left onto Pittsboro Street and then merging back into Columbia Street and turning left onto Mason Farm Road. 

   The Cardinal Deck can be accessed by taking 15-501 to South Columbia Street and then taking South Columbia Street to Manning Drive and turning right onto Manning Drive then turning right onto West Drive or by taking from Historic Airport Road (Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) to Columbia Street then turning right onto Cameron Avenue and left onto Pittsboro Street and then merging back into Manning Drive while crossing Columbia Street and then turning right onto West Drive. 

   The Jackson Deck can be accessed by taking 15-501 to South Columbia Street and then turning right onto Manning Drive, then right onto West Drive and left onto Mason Farm Road.  The deck is on the right just past the 3-way stop.  From Airport Road (now Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard), follow it to to Columbia Street then turn right onto Cameron Avenue and left onto Pittsboro Street (stay in the right lane on Pittsboro Street) and stay left to Manning Drive.  Once on Manning Drive, turn right onto West Drive and left onto Mason Farm Road.  The deck is on the right just past the 3-way stop.

The Nash Lot can be accessed by taking 15-501 to Columbia Street and then turning left at the stoplight at Cameron Avenue and then left at Wilson Street. From Historic Airport Road (Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) travel toward campus to Columbia Street then turn right onto Cameron Avenue and left onto Wilson Street.

The General Administration Lot can be accessed from the north by taking 15-501 South to Raleigh Road and from the east by taking Highway 54 west until it turns into Raleigh Road just past the 15-501 by-pass and from the south and west by taking 15-501 north to Raleigh Road.  There is a shuttle that operates from this lot to campus as part of the parking fee. 

The Manning Lot can be accessed from the north by taking 15-501 South to Manning Drive toward UNC Hospitals and then turning right onto Manning Drive and then turning left onto Bowles Drive.  It can be located from the east by taking Highway 54 west to the 15-501 Boulevard (Fordham Boulevard) and going under the bridge and up the ramp to 15-501 and then turning right and following the boulevard to Manning Drive and turning left onto Bowles Drive.  Motorists traveling from the south along 15-501 can locate it by following 15-501 north to Columbia Street and then  turning right onto Manning Drive and following Manning Drive to the 7th stop light and turning right onto Bowles Drive and following Bowles Drive around past the Smith Center to the lot on the right.  Motorists traveling onto campus via Airport Road from I-40 should follow Airport Road into town and stay on it as it becomes Columbia Street and then turn left onto Cameron Avenue and then left onto Pittsboro Street and then stay left onto Manning Drive (crossing Columbia) and then follow Manning Drive to the 7th stop light and turning right onto Bowles Drive and following Bowles Drive around past the Smith Center to the lot on the right. 

Educational Foundation Lot Parking Directions

    For directions to Educational Foundation Parking Lots, contact the Educational Foundation for specific directions associated with assigned Foundation Event Parking Passes.  

Click here to view a "Campus Access Map."


   Parking Facts at a Glimpse

Public Parking  $8.00 per standard size vehicle Limited on campus parking.  Locations include: General Administration (with free shuttle service), Cardinal Deck, Jackson Deck, Nash Lot, and the Manning Lot. 
Disability Parking $8.00 per standard size vehicle Ambulatory Care (ACC) Center Lot (free shuttle service to north side Gate 2 and south side Gate 6 of stadium beginning 3 hours prior to game time and immediately following the game).  Emergency ride back to lot during the game upon request from EMS. 
Bus Parking $40.00 per bus Bowles Drive next to the Smith Center as space allows, unless events at the Dean E. Smith Center conflict
Limo Parking $20.00 per vehicle Bowles Drive next to the Smith Center as space allows, unless events at the Dean E. Smith Center conflict
RV Parking (Free Off-campus) RV's are restricted to parking off campus.  Parking is designated at the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot off of NC 54 next to the Friday Center.
Working Employee Parking Swain Lot, Emerson Drive, Davis Drive, Beard Lot (unless reserved for a non-football event), Craige Deck (CD permit holders only), Cobb Deck (ND permit holders and a limited number of Game Day Employee Event Permits), Dogwood Deck (pull ticket upon entry, no charge with permit or employee identification upon exit until 9:30 a.m. Monday morning)
Park and Ride Shuttle Service $5.00 Round Trip Begin 3 hours prior to game time from the NC 54 Friday Center Park and Ride Lot and Dillard's Parking Lot at University Mall and NEW this season - "P Lot" and "725 Lot."  Begin 1.5 hours prior to game time from the Jones Ferry Road Lot and Southern Village Lot.  They drop-off on South Road on campus just below Gate 2 on the north side of the stadium.  (See 5th Quarter Information for "P Lot" and "725 Lot" drop-off/pick-up information). 

 

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