[Update: Friday, Jan. 8, 2021, 11:12 a.m.]
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the Triangle area, where wet snow is likely through 1 a.m. Saturday.
With the potential for hazardous road conditions as a result, beginning at 5 p.m. Friday, January 8, to 7 a.m. Monday, Jan. 11, Duke community members with an active annual parking permit may use their permit or Duke ID to access parking in:
- Parking Garage 1 (Trent Drive entrances and exits only)
- Parking Garage 2 (all entrances and exits)
- Parking Garage 3 (all entrances and exits)
- Research Drive Garage (Research Drive entrances and exits only)
- Hock Garage (all entrances and exits)
While roof levels of garages are closed for safety reasons, the space in interior garage levels provide ample, covered parking. Garage parking is recommended when roads and surface lots receive any accumulation of snow or ice.
Also, Parking Garage 3 entry and exit gates will be raised starting at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan,. 8, as an additional parking resource for community members.
At this time, the current transit schedule will remain in place, however, passengers should expect delays in the event of poor road conditions. Monitor routes in real-time on TransLoc.
[Update: Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021,11:20 p.m.]
The latest forecasts suggests that precipitation may begin as rain early Friday morning with accumulations of less than an inch for the Triangle area.
The top level of parking garages will be closed at the end of the day on Thursday, Jan. 7, in case of potential icing. If icing or accumulation is expected, the gates of parking garages will be opened to allow essential service staff to park inside parking garages.
At this time, the current transit schedule will remain in place, however, passengers should expect delays in the event of poor road conditions.
Crews are also scheduled to treat or clear entrances to campus buildings, including COVID-19 test sites, as needed.
Additional updates will be posted here as information becomes available.
- Essential Service: during severe weather/emergency conditions, essential service staff report or remain at work.
- Reserve Service: during severe weather/emergency conditions, reserve service staff are assigned a status at the time of severe weather/emergency condition.
- Delayed Service: during severe weather/emergency conditions, delayed service staff do not report to work or remain at work.