Department Resources

Request a TPS roadshow!

Transportation and Parking Services, along with Facilities, are going on the road this semester with updates on parking, TigerTransit, construction and how all this work ties into the University's Sustainability Action Plan.

Request a roadshow for your next department meeting.

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Planning an event?

The Event Planning Toolkit, managed by Conference and Event Services, is a constantly evolving resource to help guide you through the event planning process at Princeton University.

 

Enterprise Carshare

Use Enterprise vehicles for University-sponsored travel at affordable hourly rates with Enterprise Carshare.


Lyft

Princeton University’s partnership with Lyft allows for department administrators to set up transportation programs that support the needs of your department with monthly invoicing.

Travel solutions between select off campus locations and campus

Transportation and Parking Services offers the Campus Connection Lyft Pass for University transportation needs to and from campus for University office facilities not serviced by TigerTransit:

  • 701 Carnegie
  • 100 Overlook
  • 600/619 Alexander
  • Forrestal (from select locations only)

Request your Lyft pass

 


TigerTransit shuttle charters

This service is available for university departments and organizations, and University event organizers. All charter requests must be for University business and subject to fleet availability.

Department bike rentals

Transportation and Parking Services has bikes available through the University's Bike Library. Bikes come with bike locks and a limited number of helmets for approved department members.

Department bikes are available for use by approved department bike rental users only.

Campus construction impacts

Although each project is exciting and will advance the mission of the University, construction will temporarily impact parking and campus bike and pedestrian paths. Transportation and Parking Services is working closely with the Office of Capital Projects, the Office of the University Architect, the Office of Disability Services, and many other partners to maintain safe and accessible routes.  

Learn more about University capital projects