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Parking and Transportation

Welcome the the UNC Health Care Parking and Transportation Home Page

Construction occasionally necessitate changes to the roads and routes around UNC Health Care. Use the links at the bottom of this page to stay up-to-date on the construction projects and their effects on parking and transportation. Please pay close attention to construction signage and be careful when traveling near the construction sites while visiting UNC Health Care.

Should you have any questions about the information on this site, please contact the Hospital Police, Parking and Transportation Office via email at:

Please click on the links below to navigate the web site: 

Effective, January 1, 2014 the UNC Park and Ride decals will not be honored in the Franklin Street/Masonic Lodge lot


Click here to register for CAP/Park and Ride 2013/2014

Construction Updates

Employee Parking Information (Restricted)


Patient and Visitor Parking Options

Parking News

Special Events

Transportation Options

Click here to meet the Parking and Photo I.D. Office Staff

Background on Parking and Transportation at UNC Health Care
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill owns and operates the parking lots used by UNC Health Care's patients, visitors and employees. Each year, the University allocates a certain amount of parking spaces to medical center employees. Those employees who do not receive parking spaces are placed on a waitlist, which is organized based on years of service.

Because of the limited availability of parking spaces, employees are encouraged to use the various Park and Ride lots located near UNC Health Care. Chapel Hill Transit also offers fare-free busing to UNC Hospitals on a number of its routes.


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Temporary visitor restrictions for children 12 and under extended across all of UNC Hospitals
Due to the active flu season children 12 and under are prohibited from visiting any inpatient areas or waiting areas/play rooms at UNC Hospitals. Children 12 and under may accompany a patient being seen in an outpatient area. Read more here.

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