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Commute Alternatives

Central Durham

Working together with Durham Employee Transportation Coordinators, local transit agency staff, and Triangle Transit’s Employer Outreach Coordinator for Durham, employers are instrumental in improving our environment, quality of life, and reducing traffic congestion and harmful emissions throughout the area.

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Downtown Raleigh

Downtown Raleigh is known as Raleigh’s central business district. With a revitalizing downtown comprised of residents and employees, TDM outreach is becoming a more vital component to the dynamic area. Employees in downtown Raleigh take advantage of vanpools, carpools, transit options and bicycle routes to get to and from work.

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Duke University

With thousands of visitors, 30,000 employees and nearly 13,000 students, Duke encourages staff, faculty and students who commute to campus to explore alternative transportation options. Duke offers many options to save on fuel and parking fees while helping Duke contribute to its mission of creating a more sustainable campus.

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Go Chapel Hill

The Town of Chapel Hill operates bus service to Chapel Hill, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Pittsboro and Hillsborough as well as EZ Rider (Para transit service). Chapel Hill also provides a range of commuter resources for the Chapel Hill - Carrboro area including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Click here to see our System Map.

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NCCU

NCCU is just a short bus ride to some of the best of what Durham has to offer. NCCU faculty and students can ride the DATA 5 for free to access the fare-free Bull City Connector.  Check here to also learn about Designing Better Bus Service in Durham (DBBS).

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NCSU WolfTrails

WolfTrails provides NC State employees and students alternative transportation options for getting to and from and around campus including biking, carpooling, vanpooling, walking, or transit. WolfTrails offers incentives to encourage the campus community to make environmentally sustainable travel decisions, save money and improve their quality of life.

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SmartCommute@rtp

SmartCommute@rtp is The Research Triangle Park’s transportation management association (TMA) that is a committee of the RTP Owners & Tenants Association. The initiative was established in 1999 in coordination with the NC Department of Transportation and today represents the efforts of 27 member employers that represent the majority of RTP’s 42,000 full-time workers.

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UNC

UNC-Chapel Hill’s Commuter Alternatives Program (CAP) and Zipcar Program support the UNC University and Hospitals in efforts to support UNC Sustainability goals and forego single occupancy driving to campus. The CAP program provides incentives and benefits to students and to University and Hospital staff who agree not to pay and park on campus.

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Wake County Outreach

Since November 2008, North Raleigh has had a dedicated Employer Outreach Coordinator to assist employers in offering the best commute options for their employees. Whether it’s getting employees signed up for the Free Emergency Ride Home program, finding the most convenient transit route, rideshare matching or even designing a telework program, all of the services, consulting and supporting materials are yours for the taking.

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Wake Tech Community College

Wake Tech partners with regional transportation providers to encourage the use of alternate transportation. A CAT express bus runs from downtown Raleigh to Wake Tech’s main campus every hour (40X), free for Wake Tech students and employees. Carpooling, vanpooling and other commuter efficiencies are strongly supported.

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