ECU Transit operates a variety of vehicle types on both regular route service, chartered trips, and point-to-point van service. These policies and guidelines are always in effect regardless of service type offered.
ECU Transit vehicles operate as an extension of campus, thus students of East Carolina University are subject to the Student Code of Conduct at all times while using the system. Please see the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities for more information.
ECU Transit's late night service, Pirate Express, operates to serve several large apartment communities. Additional rules apply to this service to enhance the safety of both our riders and our employees. For detailed service information, please check the 900-series route schedules.
The following rules are in effect on Pirate Express:
Most ECU Transit vehicles are equipped with audio/video surveillance equipment. This equipment remains on at all times while the vehicle is running. Vehicles equipped with surveillance equipment include signs or decals posted in various locations on the interior of the vehicle to advise riders of the presence of such equipment. Access to recordings made by this equipment is limited to ECU Transit's full time, non-student staff and may be used for the following purposes:
Occasionally, such recordings may be disclosed to law enforcement agencies to be used as evidence in their investigations. No other disclosures are permitted.
Items turned in from our vehicles are kept up to 10 days. If you
believe you left an item on board an ECU Transit vehicle, please contact
our office as soon as possible so the telecommunicator may assist you.
Items found on board are frequently turned over to the ECU Police