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Traffic/Parking Advisory: High School Graduations

Traffic/Parking Advisory: High School Graduations

An increase in visitors to campus is expected June 6 to 8

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Durham, NC - Motorists should allow extra time for travel and parking on Duke's campus June 6 to 8 due to graduation ceremonies being held for local schools.

With many visitors coming to Duke, heavy traffic is expected and limited parking will be available on West Campus and in PGIV, also known as the Bryan Center parking garage. Duke faculty, staff and students with parking permits for West Campus lots and garages will have normal access to permitted parking areas but are encouraged to use Duke's buses to get around West Campus to avoid delays due to limited parking space availability.

Beginning June 6, rehearsals and graduation ceremonies will be in Page Auditorium and Cameron Indoor Stadium.

June 6

  • Rehearsals for Durham Public Schools graduating in Cameron Indoor Stadium will run from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Parking for participants will be in the Blue Zone Lot only.

June 7 and 8

  • Multiple ceremonies will be held in Cameron Indoor Stadium with start times scheduled for 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Parking will available in the Blue Zone Lot.

Accessible parking will be available in the Whitford Lots for motorists with a valid pass from Durham Public Schools. Vehicles with state-issued passes can park in the Whitford Lots if space is available. If the Whitford Lots are full, motorists with state-issued passes can park in the Blue Zone and transportation will be provided to Cameron.

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