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Transportation GoPass Program

North Carolina Central University is pleased to offer the NCCU GoPass – a free public transportation bus pass – to students. The GoPass allows students to take transit to and from the NCCU campus on any route, with any agency in the GoTransit family of services. Initial distributions will take place during the first week of classes. GoPass cards will be distributed after Aug. 20, on a first-come, first-serve basis through the Department of Transportation located in the McDougald House, lower level. NCCU ID is required. The GoPass agreement can be found here.

GoTriangle

Find all the information you need about transit services and sustainable commuting, transit routes, rider apps for real time transit arrival for your smart phone (a Transloc service, “Rider”), schedules and to see the new logos and names of the “Go” family of transit services in the Triangle. See the transit link at www.gotriangle.org to learn more about transportation services and amenities. 

  • Bus on Shoulder (BOSS): To get there faster, even during high congestion times.
  • Wi-fi on all our buses: To maximize your productivity during your commute.
  • Transit service schedules and routes.
  • Link to the ridematching, ERH and GoPerks Program from SharetheRideNC under the ridematching tab.
  • Transloc Real Time Transit Arrival app: download the Transloc Rider app to favorite your routes and arrival times, and see real time where your bus is and when it will arrive at your stop.
  • Rider Alerts: Sign up for rider alerts to get up to date changes or diversions to transit travel to your phone or email.

ShareTheRideNC

Find a rideshare (carpool/vanpool) partner, register for Emergency Ride Home, check in to the GoPerks trip tracking calendar and more at www.sharetheridenc.org  

  • GoPerks: Earn even more rewards for your sustainable commutes using transit (or any other sustainable commute mode like bike, walk, carpool, vanpool).  Each time you log your commute, you’ll earn points to redeem for great gift cards to restaurants and retailers.    
  • FREE Emergency Ride Home: Register for ERH ahead of time so you have your account set up and ready to retrieve your voucher for a FREE ride home in case you have unscheduled overtime or need to address an unforeseen emergency that precludes you from taking your sustainable commute mode back home.

Park & Rides  

Use the GoTriangle Park-and-Rides for easier access to transit when there’s not a stop closer to your home.  They’re free and still make it easier to shorten your commute. http://www.gotriangle.org/transit/park-and-ride/

Additional FAQ’s about Transit in General    

If you still have questions about your transit commute, please visit www.gotriangle.org/transit/faqs/c/transit/

 
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