With the start of school happening this week at North Carolina State University, it comes with a new Wolfline circulator on Centennial Campus. The university has announced the launch of a new Wolfline bus route that provides a connection to surrounding neighborhoods. The new circulator, Route 10, operates during peak service hours from 7am – 11am (every 16 minutes) and 3-6pm (every 16 minutes) and started on Tuesday, August 16.
To view this new route, check out www.ncsu.edu/wolfline. See the Fall/Spring routes and click on Route 10, Southside Circulator. This new route is part of the long-term transit plan and will circulate through Centennial Campus, as well as Thistledown Drive, a portion of Gorman Street (between Thistledown Drive and Avent Ferry Road) and Avent Ferry Road (between Gorman Street and Varsity Drive). Stops are located on Centennial Campus at Research I, College of Textiles, intersection of Achievement Drive/Main Campus Drive, Lonnie Poole Golf Course, The William & Ida Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and Centennial Middle School.
The Wolfline is open to the public and transfers can be made from this route to other Wolfline or CAT service.
- Detailed map. [PDF]
If you’ve tried the new route, chime in on the comments below and let us know what you think.