116-44.5. Special provisions applicable to identified constituent institutions of the University of North Carolina.

In addition to the powers granted by G.S. 116-44.4, the board of trustees of each of the constituent institutions enumerated hereinafter shall have the additional powers prescribed:

(1) The Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill may by ordinance prohibit, regulate, and limit the parking of motor vehicles on those portions of the following public streets in the Town of Chapel Hill where parking is not prohibited by an ordinance of the Town of Chapel Hill:

a. Battle Lane;

b. Country Club Road, between Raleigh Street and South Road;

c. Manning Drive;

d. McCauley Street, between Columbia Street and Pittsboro Street;

e. Pittsboro Street, between South Columbia Street and Cameron Avenue;

f. Boundary Street, between Country Club Road and East Franklin Street;

g. Park Place, between Boundary Street and East Franklin Street;

h. South Columbia Street, between Franklin Street and Manning Drive;

i. Cameron Avenue, between South Columbia Street and Raleigh Street;

j. Raleigh Street;

k. Ridge Road;

l. South Road, between Columbia Street and Country Club Road.

In addition, the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill may regulate traffic on Cameron Avenue, between Raleigh Street and South Columbia Street, and on Raleigh Street, in any manner not inconsistent with ordinances of the Town of Chapel Hill.

(2) The Board of Trustees of Appalachian State University may by ordinance prohibit, regulate, and limit the parking of motor vehicles on those portions of the following public streets in the Town of Boone where parking is not prohibited by an ordinance of the Town of Boone:

a. Rivers Street, between U.S. 221-U.S. 321 (Hardin Street) and Water Street;

b. Stadium Drive, between Rivers Street and Hemlock Drive;

c. College Street, to the extent that it is bounded on both sides by the university campus;

d. Appalachian Street, between Locust Street and Howard Street;

e. Brown Street, between Locust Street and Howard Street;

f. Hill Street, only on the half of Hill Street bounded by the university campus;

g. Stansberry Circle, from Holmes Drive to the end of Stansberry Circle;

h. Locust Street, from U.S. 221-U.S. 321 (Hardin Street) to the end of Locust Street; and

i. Dale Street, from State Farm Road to the end of Dale Street.

(3) The Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte may by ordinance prohibit, regulate, and limit the parking of motor vehicles on those portions of the following public roads in the County of Mecklenburg where parking is not prohibited by ordinance or other source of legal regulation of the County of Mecklenburg or other governmental entity with jurisdiction to regulate parking on such public road:

a. Mary Alexander Boulevard (State Road No. 2834), between its intersection with N.C. Highway 49 and its intersection with Mallard Creek Church Road.

In addition, the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte may regulate traffic on Mary Alexander Boulevard (State Road No. 2834), between its intersection with N.C. Highway 49 and its intersection with Mallard Creek Church Road, in any manner not inconsistent with any ordinances or other sources of legal regulation of the County of Mecklenburg or other governmental entity with jurisdiction to regulate traffic on such public road.

(3a) The Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington may by ordinance prohibit, regulate, and limit the parking of motor vehicles on those portions of the following public streets in the City of Wilmington where parking is not prohibited by an ordinance of the City of Wilmington:

a. "H" Street.

(3b) The Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro may by ordinance prohibit, regulate, and limit the parking of motor vehicles for those portions of any of the following public streets in the City of Greensboro where parking is not prohibited by an ordinance of the City of Greensboro:

a. Forest Street between Oakland Avenue and Spring Garden Street.

b. Highland Avenue between Oakland Avenue and Spring Garden Street.

c. Jefferson Street between Spring Garden Street and the Walker/Aycock parking lot.

d. Kenilworth Street between Oakland Avenue and Walker Avenue.

e. McIver Street between Walker Avenue and West Market Street.

f. Stirling Street between Oakland Avenue and Walker Avenue.

g. Theta Street between Kenilworth Street and Stirling Street.

h. Walker Avenue between Aycock Street and Jackson Library and between Tate Street and McIver Street.

(3c) The Board of Trustees of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University may by ordinance prohibit, regulate, and limit the parking of motor vehicles on those portions of the following streets in the City of Greensboro where parking is not prohibited by an ordinance of the City of Greensboro:

a. Dudley Street between Market Street and Bluford Street.

b. Bluford Street between Regan Street and Luther Street.

c. Laurel Street between Lindsay Street and East Market Street.

d. Benbow Road between Sullivan Street and East Market Street.

e. Sullivan Street between O'Henry Boulevard overpass and Lindsay Street.

f. Beech Street between Bluford Street and Lindsay Street.

g. Obermeyer Street between Bluford Street and Market Street.

h. Daniel Street between Bluford Street and Market Street.

i. Nocho Street between Bluford Street and Market Street.

In addition, the Board of Trustees of North Carolina A&T State University may regulate traffic on the following streets for the portion of those streets that abut the university: Benbow Road, Dudley Street, Lindsay Street, and Market Street, provided that the regulation is not inconsistent with ordinances of the City of Greensboro.

(4) This section does not diminish the authority of any affected municipality, county or other governmental entity to prohibit parking on any public street or road listed herein. It is intended only to authorize the respective boards of trustees of the constituent institutions identified hereinabove to further prohibit, regulate, and limit parking on certain public streets and roads running through or adjacent to the campuses of the constituent institutions where parking is not prohibited by ordinance or other law of any affected municipality, county or other governmental entity. When an ordinance or other law of an affected municipality, county or other governmental entity is adopted to prohibit parking on any portion of any public street or road then regulated by an ordinance of a board of trustees, the ordinance of the board of trustees is superseded and the University, upon request of the municipality, county or other governmental entity, shall immediately remove any signs, devices, or markings erected or placed by the University on that portion of the street or road pursuant to the superseded ordinance. (1973, c. 495, s. 1; 1979, c. 238; 2001-170, s. 1; 2003-213, s. 1; 2005-165, s. 1.)