Transportation

Princeton University’s 500-acre campus is best navigated by foot, however, there are are other options to get around campus.

TigerTransit Shuttle
The University’s free TigerTransit shuttle system includes stops at academic and administrative buildings; graduate and undergraduate student housing; Nassau Street; and the Forrestal Campus and Princeton Plasma Physics Lab. The Summer Connection provides service between the graduate school residences to campus Monday through Friday. The Weekend Shopper will also be in service. Visit the Transportation and Parking Services website for schedules and more information. An app is available to keep track of the shuttles in real-time.

Princeton University Bike-sharing (Zagster)
There are nine locations on campus where bicycles are available to rent. Visit the Zagster website for locations and more information.

Princeton University Car-sharing (Enterprise CarShare)
Seven convenient locations are available where the campus community can rent a car, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Visit the Transportation and Parking Services website for more information.

Additional Transportation Resources
Going Places, a car-free guide to Princeton University 
Princeton Free B Jitney 
NJ Transit

 

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