Below are the Winter Break airport shuttles departures. We depart from Governors Hall.
December 13th Afternoon (2 departures) 1:30pm 3:00pm
December 14th Morning (2 departures) 8:30am 10:00am
December 14th Afternoon (2 departures) 1:30pm 3:00pm
December 15th Afternoon (2 departures) 1:30pm 3:00pm
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New Evening RED/BLUE Extended Routes
Great news! We have finalized our fixed-route evening service. No need to call campus police and wait for a ride. Our evening routes should reduce wait-times, provide a more reliable service, and reduce fossil-fuel consumption. Each route loop will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
The Red Evening Route resumes Service at 5:40pm and runs until 9:40pm. (Drivers will go on break at 6:40-7:00pm, 7:40-8:00pm, and 8:40-9:00pm). The Red route will have an extra service loop between 5:40-6:00pm. Route operates Sunday through Thursday.
- Governors Hall departing every :00, :20 and at 5:40pm
- Health Center departing every :03, :23, and at 5:43pm
- Ingles Market on Merrimon departing every :10, :30, and at 5:50pm
- Hawthorne Northside Apts. & CVS departing every :15, :35, and at 5:55pm
The Blue Evening Routes resumes service at 5:30 and runs until 9:30pm. (Drivers will go on break at 6:10-6:30pm, 7:10-7:30pm, and 8:10-8:30pm). The Blue route will feature and additional service loop from beginning at 9:10pm and ending at 9:30pm. Route operates Monday through Thursday.
- Governors Hall departing every :30, :50 and at 9:10pm
- Harris Teeter & Trader Joes departing every :40, :00 and at 9:20pm
- W. Chestnut & Broadway departing every :41, :01 and at 9:21pm
- The Grove Apartments departing every :45, :05 and at 9:25pm
- Freshman/Lower Parking Lots P1 and P2 departing every :47, :07, and at 9:27pm
While not listed on the new schedule, we will continue to service stops at the Bulldog, Brown Hall, and Zeis Hall.
Due to Safety Risks, we cannot pick-up or unload passengers along Merrimon Ave, WT Weaver, or Broadway. If you have a destination on Merrimon, please use the ART Bus.
UNC Asheville transportation is testing fixed-route service for the evening route. We are transitioning from on-demand service to a fixed route in Spring '15 to improve capacity, reduce wait-time, and reduce emission per passenger. Locations served will include the Grove Apartments, Campus-Core, Hawthorne/CVS, and Ingles. Locations still under consideration is: E. Chestnut (HarrisTeeter and Trader Joe's). The core focus will to serve students getting to campus and servicing residential students to local destinations. If you have questions, comments or suggestions about the evening shuttle becoming a fixed route, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
As a central part of the UNC Asheville community, the mission of Parking and Transportation Services is to support learning and discovery by efficiently and effectively managing our parking and transportation resources. In doing so, we will provide and promote a variety of transportation programs that assist in providing a quality experience to support the mission of the university.
- To provide professional transportation and parking services to the UNC Asheville community.
- To encourage and develop interaction with students, faculty, staff and visitors in order to identify expectations of Transportation and Parking Services.
- To develop and maintain partnerships with on-campus and off-campus resources to assist us in providing the broadest spectrum of transportation and parking services possible.
- Resource management
Parking and Transportation Services supports state resource management. We handle reporting, allocation, and upkeep of motor fleet vehicles, campus shuttles, bike/pedestrian resources, and other transportation items as requested. We assist with the distribution of parking passes, review parking citations, and waivers for parking permits. We do not issue parking citations nor control parking capacity. We act as a planning resource for transportation related decisions, point of contact with the city transportation, and mitigate via non-built solutions.