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Permit Related Information

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Speciality Campus Parking Permits

Contractor (Construction) Parking Permits

Construction contractors can obtain short and long-term parking permits, depending on their needs. View Contractor Parking Application for important information for contractors prior to bid submittal (permit costs and instructions).

Short-term, daily contractor permits can be purchased for $5 per day at the Transportation Office. Monthly contractor parking rates vary depending on the geographic work area of campus - from $40 to $75 per month. Long-term parking requests - contact parking planner.

Service Provider (SP) Permits

Service providers repair and maintain campus equipment and infrastructure. Service Provider (SP) permits may be purchased at the Transportation Office.

Temporary Loading and Unloading Permits

Loading/Unloading permits may be issued to individuals who have a short-term need to access loading areas/docks on campus. Permits are valid for 30 minutes only in designated loading zones/spaces. Campus departments may request a free loading zone permit for shared use by departmental members while conducting departmental business. Departments may download the request form for a loading/unloading permit.

Motorcycle Permits

Motorcycles, (including NC license-plated mopeds and scooters) operating on the campus must be registered with Transportation and display a valid "M" permit - view current cost. Individuals who have a valid automobile permit may purchase a motorcycle, moped or scooter permit at a reduced cost of $5 for their personal use only. Motorcycles must be parked in designated motorcycle spaces.

Accessibility (Handicapped) Permits and Services

Those individuals who require short or long-term accessible parking either must comply with policies and procedures for requesting an accessible parking permit. The certified attending physician must provide an assessment of the individual's needs and limitations. Transportation will review the request for parking and provide parking based on the individual's needs and the availability of parking.

Printable version of the Accessibility Parking Application. Please call 919-515-3424 to verifiy receipt of paperwork related to your accessible parking request.

Individuals who are approved for temporary accessible parking must purchase the permit, unless they are currently assigned a permit.

Individuals who are approved for long-term or permanent accessible parking must display a valid state-issued handicapped parking placard or plate.

All transit vehicles are universally accessible. Fringe parking lots and park and ride lots have accessible parking spaces. Individuals cannot expect to receive approval for proximity parking if there is not availability in a specific area and when there is accessible transit service available.

Any individual who falsifies or misrepresents their medical condition or misuses a state-issued handicapped parking placard or plate will lose parking privileges and will be subject to additional parking fines.

For more information on accessible parking, contact Carolyn Manuel.

Select the thumbnail below to see a pdf image of a Campus Map of Accessibility Spaces. Please download Adobe Reader to view pdf images).

North Campus Accessibility Map

Other Local Accessibility Services are available.

Lost or Stolen Permits

If a permit is lost or stolen, the owner must report it to Transportation Customer Service. There will be a $10 replacement charge to reissue another permit. All recovered Lost/Stolen Permits must be returned IMMEDIATELY to Transportation. An individual who uses a lost or stolen permit is subject to loss of parking privileges and fines.

No Permit?

For those students not offered permits, frequent Wolfline bus service is available from three park and ride lots located at:

  • Carter Finley Stadium
  • Westgrove Towers Apartments (Blue Ridge Road near Western Boulevard)
  • Avent Ferry Shopping Center - limited to approximately 40 spaces along the outside wall of Food Lion parking area. Pay close attention to signs; spaces fill very quickly - towing enforced.

Visit Wolfline for more complete information