Whether your organization wants to reduce parking demand, equalize benefits received by your employees regardless of how they get to work, have a robust sustainability plan, or has another goal, a Commuter Benefits Plan is an organized, professional approach to being effective.
Working together with Durham Employee Transportation Coordinators (ETCs), GoDurham local transit agency staff, and GoTriangle’s Employer Outreach Coordinator for Durham (Stephanie Loyka), employers are instrumental in improving our environment, quality of life, and reducing traffic congestion and harmful emissions throughout the area.View More
Mission: Cultivating instrumental partnerships is key to achieving our congestion mitigation goals in the Triangle. Working together with Durham employers, ETCs, GoDurham staff and GoTriangle's Outreach Coordinator for Durham County, employers can be instrumental in improving our environment, quality of life, and work-life balance for employees. By maximizing our roles in mitigating traffic congestion and its associated emissions contributing to air quality and health issues, collectively, we can achieve those goals.
The Central Durham "hot spot" includes both Downtown Durham and centrally located employers as well as local universities and colleges in Durham County.
Durham County Trip Reduction Programming: Employers located in Durham County and the City of Durham are encouraged to develop and implement their voluntary Commute Trip Reduction Program at their work sites. Partnering with your local Outreach Coordinator, you can design a program intended to reduce the number and length of drive-alone commute trips to and from your location, while helping to make a positive difference in mobility, commute patterns and air quality in Durham County.
Durham employers are also encouraged to participate in a biennial employee commuting survey (odd numbered years), offered through and administered by GoTriangle free of charge. Survey results are delivered in report format and provide valuable insigt to employee commute habits and alternate mode preferences. This information adds value to both your plan and considerations for future commuter benefits.
Click here to see an example of the most recent Employee Commuting Survey in either English or Spanish.
Accomplishments: As a result of reviewing and measuring Transportation Demand Management (TDM) efforts and accomplishments, Durham employees are working more off-peak hours, have increased their telework participation, and increased the use of both carpooling, vanpooling and transit commute options--all resulting in reducing the number of single occupancy vehicles (SOV) and vehicle miles traveled to and from the workplace.
Contact: For more information about creating a trip reduction program at your workplace or the free employee commuting survey, please contact:
Durham Employer Outreach Coordinator, GoTriangle
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.View More
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. Residents in the area can often be found riding Downtown Raleigh’s free circulator service, the R-Line, to enjoy an evening of dining, run errands or connect to the larger transit systems. Downtown Raleigh also has a dedicated TDM coordinator who works with employers to offer employees commuter options.
For more information about free employer services check out the For Employers portion of the website or contact:
TDM Coordinator, City of Raleigh
With 35,000 employees and 15,000 students, as well as millions of patients and visitors each year, Duke encourages staff, faculty and students who commute to campus to explore multimodal transportation options. Duke University and Health System offer many incentives to save on fuel and parking fees while contributing to the mission of a carbon-neutral campus.View More
As part of Duke’s continuing efforts to reduce congestion and create a more sustainable campus, Duke Parking & Transportation Services offers a carpool program with an array of benefits including discounted and preferred parking. The carpool program is open to Duke staff, faculty and students who have a vehicle and live off-campus.
Staff, faculty and students who bike to Duke may register to receive shower access, free occasional parking, and enrollment into the national Bicycle Benefits program. Students and employees can also borrow bikes through the Zagster bikeshare program.
For individuals who need access to a vehicle, Enterprise CarShare oofers hourly and daily rentals on campus 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Car-sharing provides Duke students, faculty and staff with a convenient and eco-friendly way to get around without owning a car.
Duke works with GoSmart to organize a vanpool program for employees. Not only do GoTriangle vans park for free at Duke, but GoTriangle provides the van, pays for gas and insurance, and arranges, oversees and pays for all maintenance. Riders pay a low monthly fare based on monthly round-trip mileage, and Duke contributes $10 per month per student or employee who chooses to vanpool. The primary driver does not pay.
Many students, staff and faculty who live near Duke choose transit. Duke Transit operates 11 daytime routes and 2 weekend/nighttime routes around campus. Duke offers the GoPass, to students and employees, which allows unlimited rides on GoDurham, GoRaleigh, and GoTriangle buses. Duke also contributes to the Bull City Connector, a fare-free, hybrid-electric bus service connecting downtown Durham with the Duke University campus and medical facilities.
Please visit our website, Alternative Transportation for detailed information.
Duke Parking and Transportation Services
2010 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27708-0644
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.View More
Go Chapel Hill and Chapel Hill Transit
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.
Chapel Hill Transit's mission is to build and operate a public transit system that provides personal mobility, while supporting local development and environmental goals of our community.
In the early 1990’s, the Town of Chapel Hill amended their development ordinance to require new commercial developments to prepare and implement Transportation Management Plans as a pre-condition of construction approval. The guide for developers or property managers subject to the ordinance can be viewed here.
Contact Len Cone at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-969-5065 for more information.
Chapel Hill Transit
For Customer Service and Chapel Hill Transit information, please call (919) 969 – 4933. For EZ Rider service and information please call (919) 969 – 5544.
Chapel Hill staff can be reached by calling (919) 969 – 4933. The mailing address is: 405 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Go Chapel Hill Transportation Demand Management
For Transportation Demand Management Information contact Community Outreach Coordinator Len Cone at (919) 969 – 5065.
NCCU is just a short bus ride to some of the best of what Durham has to offer. NCCU faculty and students can ride route 5 for free to access the fare-free Bull City Connector using their university-issued GoPass or their NCCU ID.View More
NCCU students and faculty can ride the Route 5/5K fare-free between campus and Durham Station (University ID required). The Bull City Connector is NCCU's fare-free connection to Duke University, Ninth Street, Downtown Durham, American Tobacco, Brightleaf, City Center District, Central Park , Golden Belt , Government Services, and the Warehouse District. You'll find some of Durham's finest offerings in the Bull City Connector's service area.View Less
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.View More
WolfTrails provides NC State employees and students alternative transportation options for getting to, from and around campus including biking, carpooling, vanpooling, walking, and transit. WolfTrails offers incentives to encourage the campus community to make environmentally sustainable travel decisions, save money and improve their quality of life.
NC State University staff and faculty are encouraged to visit www.ncsu.edu/wolftrails for program details.
NCSU Transportation is located at 2721 Sullivan Drive, Administrative Services.
Our mailing address is NCSU Transportation NC State University, Campus Box 7221, Raleigh, NC 27695
For directions and hours of operation, please visit www.ncsu.edu/transportation – “About Us” tab or call 919-515-3424 (7:30a.m. - 5p.m.)View Less
SmartCommute@rtp works to reduce traffic congestion and promote clean air by supporting and subsidizing rideshare and telework options in RTP. From bike share to carpools and vanpools, bus rides and walking trails we’re working hard to provide safe, affordable and sustainable options to the Park’s 40,000 employees.View More
For details, please contact:
Director of Programs @rtp
12 Davis Drive, PO Box 12255
Research Triangle Park NC 27709
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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.View More
Whether it’s for attending school, work, or just for a visit, there are many different alternative transportation options for getting to and from UNC. The Commuter Alternative Program (CAP) rewards UNC employees and students who choose to take the bus, rideshare, bike or walk to campus. Students who live off campus and University or Hospitals employees who forgo a UNC parking permit can join CAP for free!
The Commuter Alternative Program (CAP) rewards UNC employees and students who choose to take the bus, rideshare, bike or walk to campus. These alternatives save money, build community and reduce congestion to make everyone’s commute faster.
CAP members receive many benefits: discount card, entry into prize drawings, Zipcar discount, monthly e-newsletter, and subsidies for eligible commute options.
Bike / Walk
Park & Ride
CAP is located within the UNC Public Safety building:
Public Safety Building
285 Manning Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1600
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 5 pm
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.View More
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.
The North Raleigh Hot Spot covers I-440 from Wade Avenue to Capital Blvd., a few miles in either direction, and encompasses portions of the following ZIP Codes:
For more information about free Employer Services check out the For Employers portion of the website or contact:
Wake County Employer Outreach Coordinator, Triangle Transit
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.View More
Wake Technical Community College is North Carolina’s largest community college, serving nearly 2,000 employees and 69,000 students annually with five campuses, two training centers, multiple community sites, and a comprehensive array of online learning options.
In 2010, Wake Tech President Dr Stephen Scott signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment, pledging Wake Tech to a leadership role in environmental stewardship.
The Wake Tech ZOOM program (Zeroing Ozone Output Measures) is a green initiative designed to reduce the college's carbon footprint by increasing participation in alternative transportation: public transit, carpools, vanpools and any form of transportation other than single occupancy vehicles.
Capital Area Transit (CAT) runs express buses on Route 40X every hour, to and from Moore Square Transit Station Downtown to Wake Tech's Main Campus. This route is free for all Wake Tech students and staff.
Carpools and Ridesharing
As part of Wake Tech's continuing efforts to lower carbon emissions and traffic congestion, Wake Tech encourages students and employees to use the online carpool program strnc.org.
Wake Tech also works with Triangle Transit to organize vanpools for employees. Vans provided by Triangle Transit park for free at Wake Tech. Triangle Transit provides the van, pays for gas and insurance, and arranges, oversees and pays for all maintenance. Riders pay a low monthly fare based on monthly round-trip mileage.
For more information, visit http://zoom.waketech.edu or contact the Wake Tech Sustainability Coordinator email@example.com or 919-866-5653. ZOOM is also on Facebook and Twitter: @WakeTechSustain.
Wake Technical Community College
9101 Fayetteville Road
Raleigh, NC 27603