The Campus Mobility Framework will help the University develop the policies, services, and infrastructure needed for people to move around the growing campus in the next five years and beyond. This includes a redesign of the TigerTransit network (TigerTransit 2.0), as well as improvements to the biking and walking experience on campus.

A large group of students, staff, and faculty have given their time and expertise as part of the Transportation Advisory Council (TAC). The TAC along with leaders in the University, Transportation and Parking (TPS), and mobility consultants kicked off the project in September of 2019 with a workshop to learn the basics of designing a transit network and explore ideas that can make walking and biking 'irresistible.' Now we are looking for your input during our month-long public engagement!

HOW YOU CAN BE INVOLVED:

Mobility Open House on Feb 14 from 10am-2pm at Dillon GymJOIN us at the Mobility Open House at Dillon Gym on February 14. Explore the different transit network concepts and participate in some interactive activities to share your feedback on important transportation choices. You can also explore new electric transit vehicles and test ride e-bikes and e-scooters. Enter to win a range of prizes and enjoy some light refreshments.

TAKE the survey to share your opinion about the future of TigerTransit and how you move around campus.  

REQUEST a Mobility Roadshow for your department or group to learn details and give your feedback on the Campus Mobility Plan.

Have questions? Reach out to Charlie Tennyson with Transportation and Parking Services at ct15@princeton.edu or 609-258-7370.