Wolfline Campus Transit
Wolfline is the NCSU transit system, connecting Main, Centennial, and Centennial BioMedical campuses with surrounding areas. During Fall & Spring semesters, Wolfline operates 10 daytime routes and four (4) evening routes.
Track buses in real time with NCSU Transloc.
Wolfline is free and open to the public, just stand at a Wolfline stop to ride. All transit vehicles are universally accessible.
GoRaleigh, the City of Raleigh's public transit service, offers city-wide bus service.
Four (4) GoRaleigh routes serve the NCSU campus:
- route 4
- route 11
- route 11L
- route 12.
The University's WolfProwl evening route is designed to connect to the City's R-line - a free downtown circulator.
For detailed route and schedule information, visit the GoRaleigh website or call 919-485-RIDE for more information. GoRaleigh route maps are also available at NCSU Transportation and the Talley Student Center.
GoTriangle provides regional bus service to NC State from Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Zebulon, Wendell and many points in between.
NCSU is served by the following GoTriangle routes:
- Route 100: Raleigh (Hillsborough St.) to RDU Airport and the Regional Transit Center (RTC) - near RTP
- Route 105: Regional Transit Center (RTC) to downtown Raleigh via Hillsborough St.
- Routes 300/301: Town of Cary to downtown Raleigh via Western Boulevard.
- Route 305: Downtown Raleigh to Crossroads in Cary.
- Route DRX: Express service to and from Durham.
- Route CRX: Express service to and from Chapel Hill.
- Connections available at the Regional Transit Center for access to Durham (Route 400/700), Chapel Hill (Route 800/805), Apex (Route 311) and other area destinations.
- Express service is available from Wake Forest (WRX), Knightdale (KRX) and Zebulon/Wendell (ZWX) to Moore Square Station in downtown Raleigh (with transfers to GoRaleigh and other GoTriangle routes for access to campus).
For detailed route maps or schedules, check out GoTriangle's web page or contact the regional transit Call Center at 919-485-RIDE. Regional park-and-ride lots are also available.
Note: GoTriangle CRX Riders are eligible for free parking permits for the Eubanks Road Park and Ride Lot. GoTriangle is pleased to offer these permits to CRX riders with a 31-day pass, a $25 stored value card, or a valid GoPass issued from NC State.
Ride any GoRaleigh or GoTriangle
bus with a GoPass
What is GoPass?
- GoPass is a bus pass sponsored by NCSU Transportation.
- $5 to NC State students.
- GoPasses are non-transferable; only valid for assignee on record with NCSU Transportation.
- Ride city GoRaleigh and regional buses GoTriangle to commute to campus, get to the airport or visit your friends at other nearby universities.
GoPass Costs for Employees:
- $60 annual fee for NC State Faculty and Staff and Centennial Campus-based Corporate affiliates (pro-rated by $5 each month).
- Full-time NC State employees may elect a $5 monthly payroll deduction rather than pre-pay.
How do I get a GoPass?
- Beginning July 5, 2016, students and employees must register for a GoPass onlne.
- 2016-2017 pass is valid from August 4, 2016 - August 3, 2017 as long as you are enrolled as a student or employed as faculty/staff.
- Passes are renewed annually.
GoSmart is a partnership of public transportation agencies, and organizations funded to promote commuter benefits in the Triangle. The purpose of the GoSmartnc.org website is to help people easily find all the information they need to get out from behind the steering wheel and find other travel options that are safe, convenient, inexpensive, more sustainable. Use the GoTriangle Trip Planner to plan your commute.
GoLive Transit Visualization
GoLive powered by Transloc provides real-time bus information for all routes currently serving the Triangle. GoLive now supports all Triangle area buses including Wolfline, GoRaleigh, GoTriangle, Duke & Chapel Hill University Transit, & Durham Area Transit Authority.
Plan your next bus trip with Google Transit by running directions in Google Maps and choosing the bus icon. Google will show you a map of the transit trip, as well as the physical location of your origin/destination bus stops.
Megabus connections are available to Charlotte, Richmond, VA and Washington, DC. Directions to the Raleigh/Durham station in downtown Durham and price information are available on the Megabus website.