UPDATE: Sunday November 10, 2019: The bridge over 440 on Melbourne Road was shut down for approximately 1 year. This will create the need for a detour of the 11L route. At this time GoRaleigh plans to continue serving all bus stops in the area. However, due to the length of the detour, we may have service impacts to our on time performance (OTP). We will monitor the OTP closely for a couple of weeks and determine if any changes are needed moving forward.
Carrington Hall Stop Closure
The bus stop on S. Columbia St. at Carrington Hall will close Monday, Jan. 13 due to the Medical Education Building construction project. Riders should use the Health Sciences Library stop in the interim.
Please contact 919-962-7867 for further assistance.
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Long Term Bus Stop Closure: Beginning January 13th, 2020 Until Further Notice
Bus-stop Closure – A large construction project will require a long term closure of the bus-stop on S. Columbia St at Carrington Hall. The closure will last about two years. At the completion of the construction GoTriangle and UNC will reevaluate if the bus-stop should be reopened. UPDATE: Expect major delays as bus lane will be closed on S. Columbia St. starting March 4th, 2020 til end of March 2020.
#3222 - S. Columbia St at Carrington Hall
#3223 - S. Columbia St at Health Sciences Library
Know Before You Go:
Event: Starting Monday September 7, 2020 GoDurham #3 stop E Geer St at Glenn View Station stop (#6304) will be discontinued and passengers will board / drop off at the NEW Glenn View Station at Walmart stop (#6291). This will require a detour since buses will enter the commercial area in the opposite direction.
6304 - E Geer St at Glenn View Station
6291 - Glenn View Station at Walmart
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Face coverings are required to be worn by faculty, staff, students and affiliates at all bus stops and while riding any Duke Transit vehicle, including buses, mini-buses and vans. Thank you for doing your part to keep us safe.
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Event: GoTriangle resumes regular service on June 29, 2020 (EXCEPT for some routes)
GoTriangle routes EXCEPT the North Raleigh Express (Route NRX) and Routes 310 and 311 will return to their regular service schedules. Weekday-only routes including the CRX, DRX, ODX and Route 300 will return Monday, June 29. GoTriangle route 420 will return to full schedule on Monday, July 6. To help reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus, Orange County, Durham County and the cities of Durham and Raleigh have mandated that residents cover their faces in public, including on public transit. GoTriangle will require passengers, with a few exceptions, to wear face coverings as well. Fare Free until further notice.
Due to the NC State Football game on Saturday, 09/19, Carter-Finley Park and Ride will be closed on Friday, 09/18. The route will be on detour, however, no other stops will be missed.
We apologize for this inconvenience. If you have plans for this date that cannot be changed, there are hourly pay locations on all campuses for students and daily permit options for employees. Please contact the Transportation for details.
Effective July 1, NC State University wil require all employees, students, and visitors to wear a face covering while on campus.
This will also extend to all Wolfline buses and routes. We appreciate your compliance and thank you for doing your part to Protect the Pack.
Bus stop 12072, located on Campus Drive westbound near Maxwell Avenue, will be relocated beginning Monday, Sept.21 for road construction. The work is expected to last one week, weather permitting.
Please Know Before You Go:
Beginning Monday, Sept. 21, Chapel Hill Transit will no longer serve the Friday Center South Park and Ride Lot (formerly the NC 54 Park and Ride Lot). Chapel Hill Transit's S route will begin and end at the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot.
The S route will follow the routing and will continue to serve all stops along NC Highway 54. There will be no changes to the schedule and the Friday Center South Park and Ride Lot timepoint will be used at the Friday Center Park and Ride Lot.
For tracking a specific route, please download our public tracking app, TransLoc Rider App.
For route information and/or trip planning, please visit gotriangle.org. For further assistance please contact GoTransit's Customer Service line at (919)485-RIDE (7433).
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Construction on the 300 Block of Hillsborough Street is scheduled to begin this week, which will call for the relocation of stop #1703 (Hillsborough St at Dawson St). Its new location will be at the bike-share station, just in front of Exploris Middle School, at the corner of Hillsborough Street and Harrington Street. The stop will remain open for service on Routes 100 and 105. Construction is expected to last about a year.
Construction on the 300 Block of Hillsborough Street is scheduled to begin this week, which will call for the relocation of stop #1703 (Hillsborough St at Dawson St). Its new location will be at the bike-share station, just in front of Exploris Middle School, at the corner of Hillsborough Street and Harrington Street. The stop will remain open for service on Routes 4 and 8. Construction is expected to last about a year.
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Chapel Hill Transit closes stop as University begins construction on new Medical Education Building
Chapel Hill Transit will not serve S. Columbia Street at Carrington Hall during construction on a new building.
The bus stop at S. Columbia Street at Carrington Hall will close this week as construction begins on the new Medical Education building. Chapel Hill Transit is advising all users of this stop to transition to S. Columbia at Health Sciences Library during this closure.
The Medical Education Building will replace Berryhill Hall on UNC's campus. The building will be eight stories tall and will provide over 170,000 square feet, allowing the medical student class to grow within a space that is both flexible and provides state-of-the-art support.
The overall project is planned to be completed in the summer of 2022. For questions or comments email: email@example.com or call 919.969.4900.
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