2013/2014 Academic Year Parking Permit Sale begins in early July <<<more>>>
For those of you who enjoy "visual" instructions, check out the Zombie aParkalypse!
Traffic Impacts - Dan Allen Drive Restricted Access
The access gate in the vicinity of the railroad overpass on Dan Allen Drive. Gates operates from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Restricting access during these times helps Wolfline buses to maintain schedules and increases pedestrian safety on Dan Allen Drive.
Transit vehicles, University vehicles with (SV) or (UV) permits and emergency vehicles have access during hours of gate operation.
No other through (north/south) traffic on Dan Allen Drive during these hours.
Use your GoPass to travel the Triangle via city (CAT) and regional (TT) buses. Bring your student I.D. and come to the Transportation Office, Admin. I Building, 2721 Sullivan Drive between the hours of 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Your pass will be processed while you wait. <<<more>>>
Faculty/Staff are also eligible to participate in the GoPass program for an annual $25 pre-paid fee - major credit cards accepted.
No pass or ID is needed to ride the University's transit system, Wolfline - just stand
at a Wolfline bus stop.
Zipcar (carsharing) is here!
Zipcar is a car-share program offering the convenience of car ownership without the hassle or expense of maintaining a car on campus. NC State has four vehicles available. For more info, visit www.zipcar.com/ncsu.
Red Terror Athletics and NCSU Transportation sponsored transit to most home football and basketball games. Check the schedule for dates. <<<more>>>
Wolfprowl - Evening service to Glenwood South/connections to Downtown
Operates Thurs., Fri., Sat. during Fall and Spring Semesters. Stay safe on the Prowl! <<<more>>>
Construction impacts around Talley Student Center and adjacent roads
Summer is our time for construction projects. View the map and more information about campus construction projects.
us to keep you and your vehicle safe!
- Always lock your doors (in your room and vehicle).
- Don't leave valuables in plain sight (A thief
has to see something they want! This applies to
your personal items and/or your vehicle).