Employee Commuter Benefits


Do you get to work using alternative transportation?
NCSU Transportation offers commuter parking benefits to employees!

  • walk, bike, or take transit to work
  • carpool or vanpool.

 

Overall benefits:

  • reduce wear and tear on your personal vehicle
  • save money
  • reduce your carbon footprint.

Employees can apply to receive WolfTrails commuter benefits for the 2017-2018 academic year beginning June 5. To ensure your carpool permit is processed prior to the beginning of Fall semester, please submit your application by July 31.

Carpool Benefits



Vanpool Benefits



 

The Fine Print


adult bicycling around campus

Employee Transit/Walk/Bike Commuter Policies

Approved applicants are eligible to receive free daily parking permits for those days when you are unable to travel to work via transit, biking or walking, or on special occasions when you are not able to ride with your normal carpool or vanpool partners.

Applicants must:

  • Reapply each year for commuter status.
  • Understand daily parking passes are prorated on an annual basis and are valid for one-time use.
  • Understand daily parking permits are valid in the Coliseum Deck or C permitted staff parking areas.
  • You are provided 24 free permits. Additional daily permits may be purchased for $5 each.
  • Understand that transit, bicycle and walk commuters cannot have a current NC State University parking permit for any area, or must be willing to turn in their current NC State University parking permit when they pick up their free daily parking passes.
  • Assigned work location must be in an NCSU Transportation permitted area; i.e., not an off-site location which does not require a valid NCSU parking permit.
  • To meet the goal of reducing single-occupancy vehicles on campus, each applicant must have a registered vehicle in his/her name.
employee in car with coworker

Employee Carpool Policies

Goal - To reduce single-occupancy vehicles on campus

Description

Carpool (CPE)

  • At least two permanent NC State Employees are needed to form a carpool.
  • Participants split the cost of a C permit ($357).
  • Each carpooler pays $14.875 per month (in a two-person carpool).
  • Carpoolers may park in B, C, CC, CD, P, DD, V or W areas.
  • Each carpooler receives 24 free daily permits. Daily parking permits are valid in C or CD areas only.

Application Process / Eligibility Policies

  • Application must be completed online.
  • Assigned work location must be in an NCSU Transportation permitted area; i.e., not an off-site location which does not require a valid NCSU parking permit.
  • To meet the goal of reducing single-occupancy vehicles on campus, each carpool applicant must have a registered vehicle in his/her name.
  • The application must contain complete information for each participant, including make, model and license plate for all vehicles.
  • Carpool permits will not be issued until verification process is complete (approximately 24 hours); the process includes verification of employment status and existing permits.
  • Carpool applicants must turn in any other permits to Transportation prior to receiving their CPE permit.
  • Free daily passes will be issued according to a prorated schedule.
  • Only one CPE permit issued per carpool.
  • Carpool participants must apply for a new CPE permit each year.
  • Carpool participants are eligible for the Emergency Ride Home program

Payment Method - Payroll Deduction

  • Carpool participants must pay for their carpool permit via payroll deduction;
    • CPE permit: $14.875 per month per participant (two particpants)
  • If a Carpool Permit is lost or stolen, a new permit will be issued from the Transportation office ($10 replacement charge) and the lost or stolen carpool permit will be voided. Temporary carpool permits are not issued from visitor information booths.