After an accident, your vehicle may be damaged and in need of repairs, leaving you without a way to get around while the repairs take place. If your vehicle is deemed a total loss by the insurance company, meaning it would be more expensive to repair than to replace, you could be left without any form of transportation while the insurance company assesses the value of the car. Either way, you may need to find an alternate method of getting to work, doctor’s appointments, and other daily activities. Below you will find a list of transportation resources in Durham, North Carolina that can assist you in getting from point A to point B after your car has been damaged in an accident.
Information: Passes may be purchased at the Durham station or fares may be paid using exact changes on each ride. Single Ride fares are generally $1.00 each way and discounts are offered for senior citizens, disabled persons, and students. See the website for bus routes and schedule.
Station: 350 W Pettigrew St, Durham, North Carolina 27701
Information: GoTriangle provides transportation services across Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, offering one way fares for $2.25 as well as discounted fares for certain groups. Buy passes online. See the website for bus routes and schedule.
Regional Transit Center: 901 Slater Rd, Durham, NC 27703
Phone: (919) 485-7433
Information: Greyhound buses allow riders to travel to and from Durham, across the United States. See website for fares, routes, and schedules.
Station: 515 W Pettigrew St, Durham, NC 27701
Phone: (919) 687-4800
Download the Uber and Lyft apps on your smartphone to quickly request a ride from a driver near you in Durham. Rates vary by length of trip, location you are requesting from, and volume of requests at that time in your area. All drivers are verified and have had background checks. Credit or debit card is linked to the app for convenient payment.
Information: Check website for information on rates, schedules, and accommodations. Amtrak offers several North Carolina routes, including one across the state and one north to New York City.
Station: 601 West Main Street, Suite 103
Durham, NC 27701
Phone: (800) 872-7245
In recent years, Durham has made a significant effort to protect bicyclists, teaching drivers how to share the road as well as bicyclists tips to keep safe. Organizations such as Bike Durham advocate for bicycle safety, awareness, and work to coordinate with Durham public officials.
Google Maps provides a great map of biking trails in Durham.
If you are interested in buying a bike in Durham, check out Bullseye Bicycle. Call (919) 438-3883 or visit 102 Morris St, Durham, NC 27701 to check out your options!
Information: RDU flies with nine air carriers to 47 nonstop destinations with over 400 flights per day. The airport has two terminals (only Southwest Airlines flies in and out of Terminal 1). Call for information on rental cars, hotel shuttles, park-and-pay lots, and other transportation services.
Phone: (919) 840-2123
Address: 2400 John Brantley Blvd
Morrisville, NC 27560
Enterprise in Durham
Location: 3648 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd
Durham, NC, US, 27707
Phone: (919) 490-6057
Information: Drivers must be 25 or older to rent a vehicle. Rates vary – contact Durham branch for more information.
Hertz in Durham
Location: 3601 Hillsborough Road
Durham, NC 27705
Phone: (919) 309-0577
Information: Driver must be at least 25 years old to rent at Hertz. Special deals are available for those whose vehicles are being repaired after a car accident.
Capital Auto Rentals
Location: University Ford of Durham
601 Willard St
Durham, NC 27701
Phone: (919) 813-6577
Location: University Ford North
5331 N. Roxboro Rd
Durham, NC 27712
Phone: (919) 536-3673
ACCESS buses provide ADA-compliant transportation to disabled people living in Durham, allowing them the freedom to travel in and around the city. The ACCESS service also subsidizes the cost of taxi use, allowing those that qualify to pay half the normal fare for a taxi ride.
To apply for services, visit Durham County ACCESS’s website to download an application or request one by mail. Passes for eligible riders can be purchased at Durham ACCESS’s location on Fay Street, at the Durham Station Transportation Center on Pettigrew Street, or by mailing a check or money order to the Fay Street address. If paying the fare by cash each time, one-way costs $2.00.
Address: 1911 Fay Street
Durham, NC 27704
Phone: (919) 560-1551