Getting Around the Triangle
Whether you are new to the triangle or not, there are lots of ways to get around NC State and the entire region. Along with the Wolfline, you also have access to GoRaleigh and GoTriangle which can connect you to Durham, Chapel Hill and other surrounding areas.
For those of you that prefer two wheels, NC State offers a bike share program that allows you to quickly and conveniently move around campus. If you already own a bike, be sure to register it with the University as bike registration is now mandatory. The free registration process helps prevent theft on campus.
More information about all transportation services, can be found at these websites: (go.ncsu.edu/wolftrails, gotriangle.org). Twitter (twitter.com/NCSUWolfTrails), Instagram(instagram.com/ncsuwolftrails), to stay up to date on all the transit news in your area.
Want to Use Alternative Transportation
but fear an emergency will arise?
Employees Emergency Ride Home
All NCSU employees who use an alternative mode for their commute to campus are eligible for GoTriangle's FREE emergency ride home program (ERH).
Emergency Ride Home also known as ERH provides commuters who regularly carpool, vanpool, bike, walk or use transit with a reliable ride home for emergencies. ERH is available when you or a family member gets sick or has a severe crisis when your carpool or vanpool has to leave early or stay late, or when you must work unscheduled overtime.
To qualify for ERH, you must be a part-time or full-time employee and must work or live in Durham, Orange, or Wake Counties; Have shared a ride, taken a bus, biked or walked to work, on the day that the ride is needed.
Registration is easy and free. Visit ncsu.ShareTheRideNC.org to register.
Go to the GoTriangle ERH page for more details and to sign up today!