PARKDURHAM , operated by Republic Parking, LLC., provides residents, businesses, and visitors with parking management services. Our responsibilities include developing the City's supply of off-street parking, regulating the use of on-street parking, and operates five parking garages and 12 surface parking lots, manages approximately 3,100 on-street parking spaces
The City of Durham has begun a downtown parking study to help understand the nature of parking in light of emerging trends,
plan for Durham’s needs over the next 10 years, and build on the findings of the 2013 Comprehensive Parking Study.
Information about Durham's
on-street metered parking program.
Effective - February 27, 2017
Use the Pay By Phone Program to pay for parking at
all on-street metered spaces with your mobile phone.
Learn more about our parking garages
and surface parking lots.
Information about Durham's
parking permit options..
Parking regulations, violations and how to pay and appeal parking tickets.
The Controlled Parking Residential Area(CPRA) program
limits on-street parking to participating residents living
on designated blocks. Parking for non-residents is limited.
Information on some great commuter benefits, so you can make a smart choice about how you travel to work. Learn about your alternative transportation Options such as Van Pools, Car Pools, and other GoSmart travel services.
Dockless Bike Share in Durham
Special Event Schedule.
NEW: Special Event Parking Program
Click here to get the most recent
on-street parking holiday schedule.
We aim to make your experience with PARKDURHAM a positive one, and welcome all your comments, questions and suggestions. You may contact the Customer Service Center by email at email@example.com,
or via telephone at (919) 680-2481.
Have a question? Get the answers here to the common questions, facts, and detailed information about each of our divisions and services.
GoDurham’s mission is to provide safe, reliable, convenient and accessible transportation for the citizens and visitors of the Triangle region.
GoTriangle is a regional transit provider, which operates regional bus and shuttle service, paratransit services, ride-matching, vanpools; provides commuter resources, an emergency ride home program, and is home to the GoTransit Regional Information call center for the Triangle Region.
Learn about the progress of major transportation and facility projects that may affect travel throughout Durham.
New Transit and Train Partnership
When getting off the train in Durham, you can now request a transit pass to help you get to your final destination. Just request a pass from conductors while on the train and present it when boarding the bus. It’s valid for one ride and one transfer only on the day of travel. Many other cities are also participating, so when travelling from Durham to other areas of North Carolina, ask the conductor for a similar pass. Learn more at ncbytrain.org.
Durham-Orange Light Rail and Durham County Transit Plan
A quarter of a million people are projected to move to Durham and Orange counties over the next 25 years. With them will come increased congestion and more development. More information at www.ourtransitfuture.com
This website will help you quickly and securely find carpool partners anywhere in North Carolina!
The NC Vision Zero initiative is a state-wide program which aims to eliminate roadway deaths and injuries using data-driven prevention strategies.
We aim to make your experience with PARKDURHAM a positive one, and welcome all your comments, questions and suggestions. You may contact the Customer Service Center with the information provided.
PARKDURHAM Customer Service Center
Chapel Hill Parking Garage
326 E. Chapel Hill Street
Monday–Friday, 8 AM–5 PM
PO Box 1370
Durham, NC, 27702
Telephone: (919) 680-2481
City of Durham: www.durhamnc.gov/