Chapel Hill Transit will operate Saturday services on Friday, April 3, in observance of the Good Friday holiday. The following Saturday routes will operate: CM, CW, D, FG, JN and T. The Saturday U and NU routes will not operate on Friday, April 3 or Saturday, April 4. Safe Rides will operate on Thursday, April 2, but will not operate Friday, April 3 through Saturday, April 4.
Triangle Transit will operate using the Holiday schedule on Friday, April 3 and the Sunday schedule on Sunday, April 5. More details at gotriangle.org.
New vanpools forming!
Graham / Mebane to Durham / Chapel Hill: PART is starting a new vanpool that will serve Eastowne Drive in Chapel Hill. Riders will arrive for a 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. shift (M-F). Get more details at partnc.org/vanpools-forming or by contacting Chantale Wesley at email@example.com or 336-291-4321.
Greensboro to UNC: Looking for riders coming from the Four Seasons Mall area that will serve UNC’s campus (and possibly other locations) for a 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. shift (M-F). If interested, please fill out this form.
Tired of fighting traffic while commuting to UNC?
Let someone else do the driving for you! Vanpools coming from Cary, Graham, Mebane, and Siler City all have seats available. Check out the details of each vanpool to see which one might work for you.
Employees can earn GoPerks
The GoPerks incentive program rewards commuters with chances to win incentives in drawings. Sign up today, log your commute, and click on GoPerks to choose your rewards. The program is free but the rewards are priceless!
Everybody loves a Sweepstakes!
Our partners at Zimride by Enterprise, UNC’s private network for ridesharing, is giving away prizes in April 2015! Enter to win one of 20 prepaid MasterCard Gift Cards ranging in value from $25 to $100 by logging your commutes in the Commute Calendar in the month of April. Not only can you share your ride or find a ride, you can also win prizes! Full contest rules, which include prize details, are available online. Check it out! Zimride.UNC.edu.
Find carpool partners to start saving
Save on gas and parking at UNC! Find carpool partners at UNC.ShareTheRideNC.org or Zimride.UNC.edu. Both websites are free and secure. You have the option to only match to UNC affiliates or to match with others. We always recommend meeting first in a public space (like a coffee shop) before starting the carpool. This way, you can hash out the details while getting to know the person. You may even meet your new best friend!
Be seen in the spring
The arrival of spring means more hours of sunlight, but does not ensure that cyclists can be seen. Make sure to wear light, reflective clothing when riding at night and use bike lights. Don’t have a light? Come by the Public Safety Building during business hours to pick up a free bike light.
Bring your seats to Carrboro Open Streets
Sunday, April 12, 2015
Noon – 4:00 p.m. on Weaver Street
Come join half of Carrboro as we once again close Weaver Street to cars and open it to people! We’ll have rock climbing, yoga in the streets, bicycle loops for kids to ride, slow bike races for adults, classes to help young cyclists say goodbye to their training wheels, and so much more. Make your own smoothie in our bike blender! See more details at https://www.facebook.com/CarrboroOpenStreets/.
Open Eye Café invites you to fun workshops!
Join Carrboro Coffee Roasters for a new series of Coffee Workshops, that will explore many aspects of what we love about coffee and learn new skills to help make your coffee taste the best it can! Learn more at carrborocoffee.com.
Enjoy saving in the spring
One of the great benefits of being a CAP member is the variety of discounts provided by CAP merchants. Whether the warmer weather is calling you to get back on your bike or eat lunch outside, be sure to check out the great offers from merchants!
Traffic & Parking Alerts
Do you commute from Wake County to UNC? Check out www.my40ride.com for travel options or to request personalized assistance. Every car off the road helps to reduce traffic, accidents, delays and frustration. Any change is good, even if it’s just twice a month or once a week!