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WolfTrails Program Information

Commuting to Campus

NC State students and employees who commute to campus by bus, bicycling, walking, carpooling, or vanpooling can get commuter benefits through WolfTrails. WolfTrails members receive a free parking benefit: 24 free virtual passes per year for employees, 6 per semester for students and discounted electric vehicle charging. Click one of the two boxes below for details and how to apply.

Explore Alternative Transportation

Getting around the Triangle

Whether new to the triangle or not, there are many ways to get around NC State and the entire region. Along with the Wolfline, you can access GoRaleigh and GoTriangle, connecting you to Durham, Chapel Hill, and other surrounding areas.

Download the Transloc App for real-time information and bus mapping for the Wolfline.

Scooters are available on campus as part of a scooter-share program for those who prefer two wheels. The scooters allow you to move around campus quickly and conveniently. If you are bringing a bike to campus, register it with the University, as bike registration is now mandatory. The free registration process helps prevent theft on campus.

Want to use Alternative Transportation but fear an emergency?

Employees Emergency Ride Home

Emergency Ride Home, or ERH, provides commuters who regularly carpool, vanpool, bike, walk, or use transit with a reliable ride home for emergencies. ERH is available when you or a family member gets sick or has a severe crisis, when your carpool or vanpool has to leave early or stay late, or when you must work unscheduled overtime.

To qualify for ERH, you must be a part-time or full-time employee and work or live in Durham, Orange, or Wake Counties. You must also have shared a ride, taken a bus, biked, or walked to work when the ride is needed.

Registration is easy and free. Visit to register.

Go to the GoTriangle ERH page for more details and to sign up today!