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ECU Transit: How to Ride - Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

Learning to use a transit system can sometimes be a daunting experience and raise a lot of questions about how to get around. A few of our most common questions have been addressed here and we are working on adding additional questions. If you have other questions or need additional information, please contact us so we can assist you.

Who can ride with ECU Transit?

Students, staff, and faculty of East Carolina University with a valid ECU 1 Card can ride at any time. Visitors to the university are permitted for academic or business purposes, or on designated chartered buses for special events.

How can I tell where this bus goes?

All buses are equipped with exterior destination signs which display the route name on the front, curb side, and rear. Additionally, the side destination sign continually scrolls through a list of stops associated with a particular route. If you are ever unsure whether a bus serves the stop you are interested in, please ask the operator and he or she will able to guide you to the right bus.

For a wider view of our service area, take a look at our system maps. Even if your location is not served directly, you may able to use these maps to better plan your trip to a nearby location.

Where can I park to catch the bus?

Commuter shuttles serve the lower lot of Minges Coliseum at the intersection of Charles Boulevard and Ficklen Drive. An additional stop is made further up Ficklen Drive at the Gold Lot. D-Zone parking permit holders can also board the bus at the Curry Court parking lot adjacent to the Carol D. Belk Building. For details on parking locations, please visit Parking & Transportation.