Park & Ride Lots

All local Park & Ride lots now require a paid permit, as of August 2013. However, permit prices are cheaper than parking on campus, and Chapel Hill Transit provides direct service from the lots to UNC.

UNC Park & Ride permits (including annual, daily and weekly permits) are valid in any of the Park & Ride lots served by Chapel Hill Transit. For lots owned by the Town, UNC affiliates may choose to either get a UNC permit or a Town permit. However, if using a UNC Park & Ride lot, only UNC permits will be honored. More details on UNC Park & Ride lots can be found here.

UNC Park & Ride lots include:Park & Ride Map

To puchase a UNC permit, log in with the employee PID or Onyen. To get an annual permit, register for the Commuter Alternative Program (CAP).

Town Park & Ride lots include:

For more information on Town lots, visit townofchapelhill.org/prlots. At this time, no fees are planned for the commercial lot at Lowe's in Pittsboro.

Commuter Alternative Program (CAP) members who purchase a UNC Park & Ride permit have access to all lots.

Pricing for Park & Ride lots:

EMPLOYEE PRICING

Salary Scale

2013-14 Permit Fee

< $25,000

$227

$25K - $50K

$250

$50K - $100K

$300

>  $100K

$390

STUDENT PRICING

Academic Cost

Annual Cost

$170

$227

Temporary permits are available at
$1/day or $5/week.

(see pricing for Town of Chapel Hill and Carrboro lots)

 

 

 

 

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