Transportation

Location
Raleigh, NC
Undergrads
21,469
Tuition (in-state)
$21,661 ($8,206)
Admission Difficulty
Average
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4 College Sophomore

Transportation: Free shuttle and free bus around the city?MAJOR HELP!

4 College Junior

Transportation: There are many buses that take students all around the campus. They are typically on time.

4 College Sophomore

Transportation: They have a bus system that is very nice and will take you downtown if you wish. The school is located in the middle of everything which is nice. They have a app for cells that will let you know exactly where all the buses are.

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3 College Sophomore

Transportation: the bus system is nice but not so much on the weekends

5 College Junior

Transportation: Buses are frequent and there is an app you can get on your phone that lets you track the buses like GPS so you know when they're coming.

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Rankings View more rankings . . .

  • 30th
    Best Campus Transit
  • 1067th
    Most Easily Accessible Town
  • 1249th
    Best Car Campuses

Student Author OverviewWhat's This?

Matthew J. Cote
Hometown
Teaneck, NJ
Major
English: Language, Writing, and Rhetoric
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Transportation around campus is not hard to find. Students have the option of driving to campus, parking on campus at their designated spot, or going to a nearby Park-n-Ride. The campus bus, the Wolfline, makes it easy for students to get across such a large campus easily. The Wolfline also runs at night, making it easy to get around to the bars located on Hillsborough Street and to local apartments without the hassle of finding a DD. Many apartments have shuttles that allow students to leave their cars at home and not have to deal with buying a parking pass or finding a spot.

Public transportation is also all over Raleigh. Students without cars often take advantage of the CAT to get around to grocery stores or even the mall. Another perk is that most public transportation is free for students with a campus ID. You may even consider resorting to what is now one of the most popular ways to get to class-riding your bike or your skateboard.

Facts & Statistics

Best Ways to Get Around Town
  • Hitch a ride with a friend
  • Ride a bike
  • Take the CAT (Capital Area Transit): Ride free with a student ID
  • Walk
Best Ways to Get to the Airport
  • A cab ride to the airport costs about $20.
  • RDU Airport Taxi Inc. 1600 Terminal Blvd. (919) 840-7277

Campus ShuttleWhat's This?

The Wolfline

www2.acs.ncsu.edu/trans

7 shuttle runs from 7:20 a.m. to 6:10 p.m. and every 10 minutes throughout the day.

On days when students do not have classes or exams, it runs every 20 minutes. The Route 10 Centennial Connector runs from 7:17 a.m. to 6:19 p.m.

Public TransitWhat's This?

Capital Area Transit (CAT)

(919) 833-5701

1430 S. Blount St.

Nearest AirportWhat's This?

Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU)

(919) 840-2123

www.rdu.com

Nearest Passenger BusWhat's This?

Raleigh Greyhound Terminal

314 W. Jones St. # A

(919) 834-8275

www.greyhound.com

Nearest Passenger TrainWhat's This?

Raleigh Amtrak Station

320 W. Carrabus St.

(919) 838-1383

www.amtrak.com

Chapel Hill Amtrak

400 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham

(919) 956-7932

www.amtrak.com

Student Polls

How convenient is the campus-provided transportation?    Based on 83 responses

  • 0% Nonexistent.
  • 0% Extremely difficult to utilize-it's not reliable nor is it convenient for a student's schedule.
  • 5% Moderately difficult to utilize, the pick-up times and locations are far and few between.
  • 17% Somewhat accessible with a schedule that usually parallels class times.
  • 78% Easily accessible, runs frequently and has many pick-up locations.

How necessary is it to have a car on campus?    Based on 82 responses

  • 0% You can't have a car here.
  • 6% Cars are totally pointless. Everything you need is within walking distance.
  • 88% Students usually walk or take the bus, but cars are nice for venturing outside the bus line.
  • 6% The shuttle/bus service often fails to meet student needs, so a car is very practical.
  • 0% Campus is isolated, so students rely mostly on cars to get them where they need to go.

How easy is it to get around town?    Based on 82 responses

  • 0% Very difficult.
  • 13% Fairly difficult.
  • 60% Fairly easy.
  • 27% Very easy.

Rate the cost of the following transit options    Based on 80 responses

Non-applicable
Free
  • Campus shuttle
  • Public transportation
  • Taxis
  • Zip cars

Rate the convenience of the following transit options    Based on 80 responses

Non-applicable
Very convenient
  • Campus shuttle
  • Public transportation
  • Taxis
  • Zip cars

Rate the convenience of long-distance transportation to travel between home and school    Based on 79 responses

Non-applicable
Very convenient
  • Airport
  • Passenger bus
  • Passenger train
  • Ride sharing

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