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Directions To NC PRIDE 2006

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From Greensboro and Points West Via 1-85 North
Exit onto N.C. 147 (Durham Freeway).
Continue on Durham Freeway to Swift Ave. exit (#14).
Turn left onto Swift Ave. to W. Main St.
Turn right on W. Main St. and go to Campus Dr., which is the main entrance to East campus.

From Richmond and Points North Via I-85 South
In Durham, take the left-lane exit (#174B) for U.S. 15-501 S. Bypass — Duke University/Chapel Hill.
Continue on U.S. 15-501 to N.C. 147 (Durham Freeway) exit.
Take Durham Freeway S. to Swift Ave. exit (#14).
Turn left onto Swift Ave. to W. Main St.
Turn right onto W. Main St. and go to Campus Dr., which is the main entrance to East campus.

From RDU Airport, Raleigh and Points East Via I-40 West
Exit onto the Durham Freeway (N.C. 147).
Take Durham Freeway to Swift Ave. exit (#14).
Turn right onto Swift Ave. to W. Main St.
Turn right onto W. Main St. and go to Campus Dr., which is the main entrance to East campus.

From Chapel Hill Via US. 15-501 North
Take 15-501 N., marked to Duke University/Medical Center. Do not take 15-501 Business.

Continue on US 15-501 to N.C. 147 (Durham Freeway) exit (#108B).
Take Durham Freeway S. to Swift Ave. exit (#14), marked East Campus.
Turn right onto W. Main St. and go to Campus Dr., which is the main entrance to East campus.


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