Due to construction on Eastowne Drive, the bus stop at Pinegate Apartments (#3296) will be temporarily relocated to 500 Eastowne Drive (about 300 feet north of the current location) until further notice. The project is expected to last about eighteen (18) months, weather permitting.
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Please be sure to check the Rider App for the latest version. Update the app as soon as possible. You may contact Point-to-Point services for any additional concerns at 919-962-7867. Thank you and have a great day!!!
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. Thank you and have a great day!!
Effective Thursday, March 26, Duke Transit will only operate these two routes: • H2: Hospital Loop 5:30am-9:30pm • WS: West-Smith Warehouse 8:00am-5:30pm Please note that multiple buses operate the H2 route. For questions or concerns, contact Duke Transit at 919-684-2218.
CASSI service is currently suspended. We apologize for this inconvenience. Please check the CASSI website for more information and status updates on service. go.ncsu.edu/cassi
Routes 2, 4L, and 10 will be indefinitely suspended beginning Tuesday, 03/24. Spring Hill Park and Ride will also be closed indefinitely. Commuters using this service should park on campus in the Coliseum Deck (Main Campus) or Partners Way Deck (Centennial Campus) during this time.
Effective Wednesday, March 18th Route 19 service will be suspended until further notice.
As an essential service, GoCary will continue to operate to ensure our customers have access to other critical services. However, we are reducing our schedule as follows: Monday-Saturday: Hourly service on all routes 6:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. KFX will not operate Route 4 will bypass the Senior Center Sundays: (no change) Hourly service 7:00 a.m. -9:00 p.m. Please continue to practice safe social distancing and choose a seat that leaves room between other passengers. Thank you for riding GoCary!
PART is running service as follows: - Route 1, 2, 3 will run on a Saturday schedule. 7:00am-7:00pm hourly. - Shuttles will run on a Saturday schedule. 7:00am-7:00pm hourly with scheduled pick-ups only call 336-883-7278. - Route 4 will be suspended. No service to Chapel Hill. - Route 6 will run on a reduced schedule. View Schedule. - Route 28 will be suspended. No service to Clemons. - No changes to Route 5, 9, 10, and 17. - No changes to Saturday service. View more information on PART’s response to COVID-19 at www.partnc.org/covid19
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.
Please Know Before You Go: 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: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919.969.4900. Thank you for choosing Chapel Hill Transit.
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.
Starting Monday, GoDurham will go fare free, institute rear boarding to reduce coronavirus risks DURHAM (MARCH 22, 2020) -- Effective Monday, March 23, GoDurham will suspend all fare collections and ask all riders who are able to enter through the rear doors of buses in an effort to support social distancing and reduce contact with frequently touched surfaces such as fare boxes. GoDurham ACCESS rides also will be free. Exceptions will be made for riders who need to use the door nearest the bus operator for wheelchairs, strollers for infants or other mobility devices. Also, riders will not be allowed to stand on or near the standee line on the bus floor near the driver. These actions follow GoDurham’s announcement Friday that, also effective Monday, it will suspend service after 9:30 p.m. as the agency strives to lessen risks posed by the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Public Safety, the governor’s office and local health departments. “GoDurham operators and all of our front-line colleagues face the same pressures as everyone else right now,” said Durham Transportation Director Sean Egan. “They have families, kids out of school, loved ones with health concerns, and others may know someone already impacted by COVID-19. Despite these pressures, and despite understandable concerns, our workforce is showing up out of a sense of duty to the community.” The system is requesting that the public travel on GoDurham only when it is essential in order to reserve space for health care professionals, including first-responders, doctors, nurses and home-care professionals, and other workers whose jobs are essential to the operation of the facilities working to keep the public safe. GoDurham intends to provide service for essential trips in our community – for as long as it is safe and appropriate to do so, Egan said. Thank you for choosing GoDurham!
Effective Monday, March 23, GoRaleigh will suspend all fare collections and ask all riders who are able to enter through the rear doors of buses in an effort to support social distancing and reduce contact with frequently touched surfaces such as fare boxes. Exceptions will be made for riders who need to use the door nearest the bus operator for wheelchairs, strollers for infants or other mobility devices. Also, riders will not be allowed to stand on or near the standee line on the bus floor near the driver. The system is requesting that the public travel on GoRaleigh only when it is essential in order to reserve space for health care professionals, including first-responders, doctors, nurses and home-care professionals, and other workers whose jobs are essential to the operation of the facilities working to keep the public safe. We will continue to monitor the situation and make additional changes or updates as needed. Thank you for choosing GoRaleigh!
Effective Monday, March 23, GoTriangle will suspend all fare collections and ask all riders who are able to enter through the rear doors of buses in an effort to support social distancing and reduce contact with frequently touched surfaces such as fare boxes. GoTriangle ACCESS rides also will be free. Exceptions will be made for riders who need to use the door nearest the bus operator for wheelchairs, strollers for infants or other mobility devices. Also, riders will not be allowed to stand on or near the standee line on the bus floor near the driver. GoTriangle is taking these actions to reduce the risks posed by the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in accordance with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Public Safety, the governor’s office and local health departments. “The health and safety of our employees and customers during this emergency situation are paramount, and we are working to balance that conviction with the fact that GoTriangle is a critical transportation service for our community,” said Shelley Blake Curran, GoTriangle’s interim president and CEO. “GoTriangle is asking that everyone listen to the public health professionals and stay home if your trip is not essential.” Because GoTriangle transports health care workers, care providers at senior living facilities, people in need of medicine and many others who are vulnerable or care for people who are vulnerable, the agency also is evaluating what level of service to continue providing, Curran said. For those who have to travel, regular hand-washing and social-distancing are essential. GoTriangle continues to use a fogger that administers a disinfectant throughout buses and sanitizes the rails, seats and other high-touch areas every day. Many of our buses are cleaned twice a day between the morning and evening peak-hour runs. GoTriangle also has hand sanitizer available on every bus. We will continue to monitor the situation and make additional changes or updates as needed. Thank you for choosing GoTriangle!
Please Know Before You Go: Effective Monday, March 23rd: The last departure from Durham Station for all lines is 9 pm with the exception of the 2, 3B, 5, 10 & 11B which will be 9:30 pm. Monday through Saturday. Sunday schedule will remain unchanged at this time. UPDATE: Effective 3/30/2020 Continuation of no service after 9:30pm. In addition, there will be service reductions to the following routes. The following trips will be reduced or eliminated until further notice. Please continue to follow-us via email, social media, TransLoc, or text to receive updates on service changes. Sign-Up to receive alerts and notifications as the below information is subject to change. Route 4 The following trips will be eliminated: Outbound (from Durham Station): 6:30am, 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm, 2:30pm, 4:30pm, and 6:30pm Inbound (from Horton Rd & Roxboro Rd): 7:00am, 9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm, and 5:00pm. Route 5K - No Service. Route 5 will operate every 30 minutes, with buses departing Durham Station at 45 minutes after the hour. Route 7 The following trips will be eliminated: Outbound (from Durham Station): 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, and 5:30pm. Inbound (from Hillside HS): 6:04am Inbound (from Roxboro St - DMV): 7:55am, 9:55am, 11:55am, 1:55pm, 3:55pm, and 5:55pm. Route 10B Reduced frequency from 30 minutes to hourly, with buses departing Durham Station at 15 minutes after the hour. Route 11 Elimination of the 4:30pm outbound departure from Durham Station, and the 5:01pm inbound departure from Hillsborough Rd & Hillandale Rd. Route 11B Elimination of the 5:45pm departure from Durham Station. Route 20 (AM) Reduce frequency to hourly with the first bus departing Hope Valley Commons Park-and-Ride at 7:50am, and going out of service at Hope Valley Commons Park-and-Ride at 9:43am. Route 20 (PM) Reduce frequency to hourly with the first bus departing Cameron Dr at 3:31pm, and going out of service at Hope Valley Commons Park-and-Ride at 7:08pm. 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). Thank you for choosing GoTriangle!
The Town of Chapel Hill today declared a State of Emergency to help Town leaders and emergency managers streamline and expedite their response to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. The Town of Chapel Hill today declared a State of Emergency to help Town leaders and emergency managers streamline and expedite their response to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. A state of emergency allows emergency processes and funding to be put in place to allow immediate response to emergency situations. Governor Roy Cooper issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency on March 10. The declaration activates the state’s Emergency Operations Center to help agencies coordinate from one location and makes it easier to purchase needed medical supplies, protect consumers from price gouging, and increase county health departments’ access to state funds. The leading agencies focused on public health for Chapel Hill (NC Department of Health and Human Services and Orange County Health Department) recommend that we can prevent the spread of respiratory viruses including COVID-19 by doing the following: -Stay home if you are sick. -Use hygiene best practices including washing your hands regularly. -Call your health practitioner before going to the hospital if you have COVID-19 symptoms. -Avoid mass gatherings for the foreseeable future. Please visit www.townofchapelhill.org/coronavirus for more information and links to official health resources.
Beginning Thursday, March 19, Chapel Hill Transit will run Saturday service Monday through Saturday, until further notice. The NU and U routes will not operate. For more details, visit chtransit.org and click the "COVID-19 Transit Update" banner at the top. UNC parking information is available at go.unc.edu/parking.
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. Stops Missed: #3222 - S. Columbia St at Carrington Hall Alternate Stop: #3223 - S. Columbia St at Health Sciences Library
Beginning Wednesday, March 25th, all P2P services are suspended. UNC Health employees who use P2P may park in the UNC Hospital Valet lot. Please call 919-810-6957 for pick-ups to/from the hospitals in the mornings and afternoons. Thank you and be safe!!
Effective Friday, March 23th All GoCary fixed route buses and Door to Door Tier 1 service will operate fare free. Unless you need assistance, please board the fixed route buses using the rear door. If your fixed route bus does not have a rear door, please board using the front door. In both cases, please choose a seat that gives you space from other riders whenever possible. For the benefit of our Door to Door riders who need access to essential services, GoCary is continuing Tier 2 and Tier 3 Door to Door service at the regular fare, with some limitations: Reservation requests may be made for next day travel and up to 7 days in advance. Reservation requests for Tier 2 and Tier 3 medical appointments and work trips are eligible. Tier 2 trips to the grocery store and pharmacy are also eligible. To maintain social distance, trips will be single occupancy whenever possible unless a Personal Care Attendant (PCA) is required. We are not accepting companion reservations. GoCary reserves the right to deny requests for travel to or from destinations that may be considered high-risk. This is a rapidly evolving situation. We will post updates via GoCary.org and GovDelivery if additional GoCary service changes are needed. Per CDC guidelines, if you are sick we ask that you stay at home and only travel if it is absolutely necessary. Please cover your mouth and nose when you cough and sneeze, wash your hands frequently with soap and water, avoid touching your face, and keep distance between yourself and others. These practices can help limit the impact of COVID-19 on our community. Please visit the Town of Cary website for more information related to COVID-19, including links to other resources. Thank you for riding GoCary.
Coronavirus concerns: How GoTriangle is responding To ensure the safety of our staff members and passengers, GoTriangle is closely monitoring updates and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health departments about the new strain of Coronavirus known as Covid-19. GoTriangle has hand sanitizer available on every bus, and the rails and seats are sanitized with commercial disinfectants as part of the daily cleaning process. Many of our buses are cleaned twice a day between the morning and evening peak-hour runs. How Can You Do Your Part to Protect Yourself? Coronaviruses are most often spread through the air by coughing or sneezing, close personal contact, or through touching your nose, mouth, or eyes before washing your hands. While there is currently no vaccine for Covid-19, there are steps you can take to prevent the spread of the virus as well as influenza and the common cold: • Wash hands frequently with soap and water, and for at least 20 seconds at a time. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands. • Avoid close contact with people who are ill. • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. • Do not reuse tissue after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose. • Clean and disinfect surfaces that are frequently touched. Check back here for updates. We will be sure to communicate any new information with our passengers. Thanks for riding GoTriangle.
Please Know Before You Go: Starting Friday, March 6, 2020, there will be a lane/sidewalk closure on South Columbia Street to work on a steam tunnel cap. This will effect the bus lane there. Heavy delays will be expected on route 400, 405, 800, 800S and 805, particularly in the PM peak. For tracking a specific route, please download our public tracking app, TransLoc Rider App. Access real-time arrival times in three easy steps: Find your stop code 1. Text GOLIVE [stop code] to 41411 (Be sure to text the word GOLIVE, a space, and then the actual stop code number 2. Without a stop code you will be presented a list of routes to choose from.) 3. Receive real-time arrival times (Message and data rates may apply. To Opt-out text STOP to 41411. For more information text HELP to 41411. Users without a text messaging plan may consider using the Mobile Web site as a more cost effective option on many carriers.) For route information and/or trip planning, please visit gotriangle.org. Thank you for your patience, and thank you for choosing GoTransit! We value you as customers and appreciate your business.
Know Before You Go: GoTriangle will move to Saturday-level service Monday through Friday and Sunday-level service on the weekends until further notice. For GoTriangle, this means the agency’s core routes 100, 300, 400, 700, 800 will maintain 30-minute frequencies during the week and go to hourly on the weekends. Also on Monday, GoTriangle will suspend service on express routes. Route 420 will move to a reduced Monday through Friday service schedule. Trips from Hillsborough to Chapel Hill: 6:00 am, 7:30 am and 4:25 pm Trips from Chapel Hill to Hillsborough: 6:50 am, 3:40 pm and 5:15 pm The 6:30 am, 6:55 am, 8:00 am and 8:30 am trips from Hillsborough will NOT run in the morning. The 4:55 pm and 5:30 pm trips from Hillsborough will NOT run in the afternoon. The 7:20 am, 7:50 am, trips from UNC Hospitals will NOT run in the morning. The 4:10 pm, 4:40 pm, 5:45 pm and 6:15 pm trips from UNC Hospitals will NOT run in the afternoon. 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). Thank you for choosing GoTriangle!
Know Before You Go: Beginning March 30, GoRaleigh routes will operate on a weekend schedule. Routes serving hospitals and other essential facilities (2 Falls of Neuse, 4 Rex, 15 WakeMed, 19 Apollo Heights) will continue to operate with the same frequencies. Additionally: The 20 Garner route will provide peak period service only The 40X Wake Tech Express will remain on its Modified Service schedule The R-Line will operate between the hours of 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. The Wake Forest Loop will only operate the A route GoWake Access will provide trips for essential activities between the hours of 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. for Wake County routes that GoRaleigh is not operating (33 Knightdale and 401X Rolesville). Reservations need to be made 24 hours in advance Monday – Friday from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. To reserve a trip, please contact GoWake Access Transportation at 919.212.7005. Schedule information is available on www.goraleigh.org. Our Regional Information Center can answer any specific questions that you may have at 919.485.7433 (RIDE). For more information on the local response to the virus, please visit Wake County’s COVID-19 page at www.wakegov.com/covid19. For up-to-date City of Raleigh COVID-19 information, visit www.raleighnc.gov Thank you for riding GoRaleigh
In adherence to guidelines from the federal and state governments, the CDC, and University leadership, Wolfline service will be reduced for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Routes will operate from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm on weekdays only for the remainder of the semester with the frequencies below. Full schedules are available online. Route 1 Avent Ferry - 18 minutes Route 2 Spring Hill - Not in operation Route 3 Engineering - Not in operation Route 4L Centennial Local - Not in operation Route 5 Varsity - 30 minutes Route 6 Carter Finley - 15 minutes Route 7 Wolflink Shuttle - 15 minutes Route 7R Wolfink Reverse - 15 minutes Route 8 Southeast Loop - 18 minutes Route 9 Gorman St. - 22 minutes Route 10 Centennial - Not in operation Route 11 Village Link - 15 minutes We are happy to continue serving our community, allowing some level of normalcy in this unprecedented time. Wolfline asks that all passengers be safe and considerate of each other. Please practice social distancing whenever and whereever possible.