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Labor Day Town Holiday  Most municipal offices will be closed on Sept. 5. Monday residential trash routes will be collected on Wednesday, Sept. 7. Chapel Hill Public Library will be open from 1 to 5 p.m. Chapel Hill Transit will not operate. View the holiday service schedule for more information.

Chapel Hill Transit to Make August Schedule Adjustments

Chapel Hill Transit will implement some schedule and route adjustments effective Monday, August 15, 2016. Chapel Hill Transit generally makes changes to its schedules in January, May and August, in response to ridership trends, changing traffic patterns and growth in the area.

For route specific information visit our Service Adjustments page.

S. Greensboro Street Waterline Replacement Project May Cause Delays for J Route

Beginning Monday, August 1st, the S. Greensboro Street waterline replacement project taking place between the NC54 bypass and Old Pittsboro Road in Carrboro may cause delays for Chapel Hill Transit’s J Route. The project will affect all vehicular, pedestrian and bicyclist traffic on S. Greensboro Street and is expected to last around 40 days.     

The project will not cause any route detours and the bus stops on S. Greensboro Street will remain open. Chapel Hill Transit will make every attempt to maintain the J route schedule, but is advising customers to expect delays and to allow extra travel time due to this project. Please note that delays will also impact NextBus predictions for the J route.

 
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Contact Information

Brian M Litchfield, Director
6900 Millhouse Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Phone: 919-969-4908
Fax: 919-968-2840
Transit Feedback

blitchfield@townofchapelhill.org

 

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The primary mission of Chapel Hill Transit is to provide safe, convenient, affordable, reliable, and responsive public transportation services to residents and visitors of the Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and University of North Carolina communities; to be accessible, efficiently operated and supportive of a healthy environment and a sustainable local economy; and to connect and coordinate with other transportation means in the Research Triangle area providing an alternative for local and regional travel.

Chapel Hill Transit is made up of three divisions including the Administrative Division, the Operations Division and the Maintenance Division. Duties of the divisions of Chapel Hill Transit include:

  • Fixed-route bus services and EZ rider service for the mobility-challenged for the communities of Chapel Hill, Carrboro and the University of North Carolina.
  • Operation of the Tar Heel Express – a park and ride shuttle service for special events.        
  • Compliance with State and federal regulations.
  • Accurate and timely reporting of statistics.

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