Chapel Hill Transit – Short Range Transit Plan Public Involvement Meetings

Chapel Hill Transit wants your input on the Short Range Transit Plan. Come to a public meeting Jan. 24-25 or complete a survey.

UPDATE: Meetings will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 24 and Thursday, Jan. 25.

You’re Invited to provide feedback!  Chapel Hill Transit is hosting the second round of public involvement meetings Jan. 24-25 for the Short Range Transit Plan. During these meetings, route scenarios on the system design will be introduced for public comment and feedback.

Chapel Hill Transit invites you to attend the following community meetings:

Wednesday, Jan. 24

11 a.m.–2 p.m. UNC Student Union (West Lounge) 3103 South Road Chapel Hill, NC 27599 Served by A, G, NU, S, U & V Routes

6–8 p.m. Carrboro Town Hall (Board Room) 301 West Main Street Carrboro, NC 27510 Served by CW Route

Thursday, Jan. 25

11 a.m.–2 p.m. UNC Hospitals, Children’s Hospital (Lobby) 101 Manning Drive Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Served by most CHT routes

6–8 p.m. Chapel Hill Public Library (Meeting Room B) 100 Library Dr. Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Served by D & F Routes from Franklin Street

An online survey will be available by the end of this week, for interested persons unable to attend one of the meetings at

All comments received by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26, 2018, will become part of the official record and will be considered by Chapel Hill Transit.

Last Mile Connection Rail to Bus

Transit Pass

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Available Now!

NC By Train is partnering with local transit systems along the Raleigh-to-Charlotte rail corridor by offering a pass to help you reach your final stop via public transportation.

Passengers aboard Piedmont and Carolinian trains may request a transit pass from conductors while on board and present it when getting on the transit partner’s bus. The pass is valid for one ride and one transfer only on the day of travel.

NC By Train is partnered with 11 local transit systems along the Raleigh-to-Charlotte rail corridor to offer passengers aboard Piedmont trains a free pass to help them reach their final destination through public transportation.

To get a pass, rail passengers just need to request it from conductors while on board and present it when boarding the transit partner’s bus. Use of the pass is only good on the passenger’s day of travel. The pass is a companion to the TransLoc smartphone app which can assist commuters in planning their commutes to and from the train station using public transportation. The app can be downloaded from Apple iTunes or Google Play.

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