Getting Around

Getting Around Campus

Getting Around Durham

Family-owned and -operated company serving Durham and the entire Triangle region. Offers six-, seven-, and 14-passenger, GPS-equipped vans available 24/7/365.

Online reservations available; credit cards and DukeCard FLEX program accepted. No need to schedule in advance – call and ride the same day. Private rides only (no shared rides and routes).   

Non-emergency medical transport: Provides complete transportation services for those who are mobility impaired, including services for those with wheelchairs, walkers, scooters, and clients with special needs.  

Wheelchair accessible vehicles: For this type of transportation, simply request when calling to order. Vehicles used for this service include the ramp-equipped, ADA compliant vans; low-floor vans for easy access; and step-stool for easier entry.

https://www.briercreektaxis.com/

Durham, NC 27701
Phone: (919) 957-1111

  • ADA MiniVans
  • Airport Transportation Service
  • Other scheduled special event services

 https://www.carolinalivery.com/

GoDurham ACCESS is the name of the ADA paratransit service for the City of Durham

GoDurham ACCESS Office1911 Fay Street
Durham NC, 27704

Durham Station Transportation Center
located at 515 W Pettigrew Street, Durham, NC 27704
Phone: (919) 683-3282
Fax: (919) 682-1101

  • Kneeling buses and wheelchair transport. (The front of the bus lowers approximately 4” to minimize the step into the bus. This feature is in addition to the wheelchair lift.)
  • Three transport vans (wheelchair lift equipped).
  • Recommended: 24 hours notice for transport van

https://godurhamtransit.org/access

https://godurhamtransit.org/

Report a Facility Access Issue

Photo of students seated at tables in a School of Nursing classroom

Please notify us if you have an access concern about any part of the Duke University campus or Duke University Health System facilities.  This includes access into or around any of the buildings as well as paths, crosswalks and parking lots.

Campus Access Advisories

Game Day Parking & Traffic Alert - Saturday, February 4th

February 3, 2023

There will be multiple athletic events on West Campus - as well as THE GAME - this Saturday, February 4th.  Please check this page for Traffic and Parking information.

Go Duke!

Trent Semans Site Remediation - Sidewalk Replacements

November 14, 2022

Site work and sidewalk replacements will be in process in the area immediately around Trent Semans Center for Health Education.  Work is expected to run from mid-December 2022 into May 2023.  ADA access will be available.  Signage will provide directions and alternate routes.

Football Game Day ADA Parking - Placard Required

August 8, 2022

Game Day ADA parking will be available in the Blue Zone (with overflow parking in the Science Drive Garage).  Directional signs will be in place near the stadium.

ADA shuttles will be available at these locations to bring patrons to Wallace Wade Stadium.

ADA Placards will be required for entrance to these areas.  Only one vehicle per placard.

Please reach out to Disability Management Services is you have questions or need assistance in planning your game day visit.

 

PLEASE NOTE:  The Duke Campus is a dynamic environment and things change, often without advance notice.  If you note any changes making the information contained on this web page no longer accurate, please contact the DMS ADA Facilities Program Director, Tony Galiani, at 919-668-4273 or tony.galiani@duke.edu.

Campus Accessibility

ARTS

Want to attend an event on Campus?  Click on this link - https://tickets.duke.edu/Online/defau.lt.asp - for accessibility information.  Under the Plan Your Visit tab, you will find a list of venues.  Click on the venue for additional information including site accessiblity and accessible routes at the venue.

Want to spend some time in a museum?  Visit the Nasher Museum.  This page - https://nasher.duke.edu/visitor-info/accessibility/ - is your accessible guide to the museum.

DINING

Hungry?  Duke has a variety of dining options around campus.  Click on this link - https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/dining/locations - to see information on the various locations and dining options.

LIBRARIES

Duke has quite a few libraries around the Campus.  Go to - https://library.duke.edu/ - to check them out.  The Libraries tab has links to the various Libraries and the About tab has information on directions and accessibility.

RECREATION

Want to head to the gym?  Have you checked out the Dining options too often?  Click on this link - https://recreation.duke.edu/ - for information about the various campus recreation centers on Campus.  For accessibility information for the various locations, check out Committment to Inclusion - https://recreation.duke.edu/commitment-inclusion - under the About Us tab.  Page down for program information and accessibility information for the recreation centers.

Want to spend some time outdoors?  Consider a visit to Duke Gardens.  This page - https://gardens.duke.edu/visit/accessibility - has information about the accessible areas of the gardens.

Emergency Dorm Assistance

  • The first point of contact for emergency assistance in dorm rooms (such as damaged clickers etc.) is the RA on call.
  • For emergency repairs (broken elevators etc.) there is a GM mechanic on call at (919) 730-9645 

ADA Facilities Program Director

Tony Galiani is the DMS ADA Facilities Program Director, a position created to insure all Duke facilities continue to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act, Rehabilitation Act, and the NC State Accessibility Building Code. Working with components throughout the University, Medical Center and Health System, Tony provides expertise in developing strategies for ADA compliance and in identifying and resolving ADA accessibility issues throughout Duke facilities and grounds. For questions related to facilities access issues Tony can be reached at 919-668-4273 or tony.galiani@duke.edu.