Pardon our "transit--ion”

The University's 1st of 17 fully-electric buses has arrived and training with our drivers has begun. Get ready to see this bus around campus!
New EV bus design  Princeton’s first electric bus — an Xcelsior battery electric bus manufactured by New Flyer — has been launched into limited service on TigerTransit routes.

Princeton University’s first all-electric bus made its inaugural appearance on campus in October 2022, marking an important milestone toward the University’s goal of reaching net-zero emissions by 2046, or sooner.

Free and public shuttle service

**Masks are no longer required for passengers or drivers on TigerTransit**

Princeton University’s TigerTransit shuttle system operates on a fixed route schedule, providing safe, convenient, and reliable transportation throughout the Princeton campus and surrounding community. There are TigerTransit stops located near most major academic and administrative buildings, commuter parking lots, and housing facilities.  

The system is free and open to the public, with two exceptions:

  • After-hours services, including Late Night On-Demand and UMatter, are restricted to students, faculty, staff, and affiliates.
  • Route 4 service from Princeton Junction to campus may only carry University students, commuting staff and faculty, and those traveling to Princeton on University business or campus visits. Commuting faculty, staff, and students should be prepared to show University ID.
TigerTransit Routes & Schedules

Where can TigerTransit take you? See detailed route information.

After Hours Services

Getting late? Request an on-demand shuttle or take the UMatter bus from Prospect Ave.

Accessible Services

Learn more about TigerTransit's fully accessible fleet and the new schedule-a-ride van service, TigerAccess.

Leave something behind?

If you leave something on a TigerTransit bus, you can call TigerTransit dispatch at 609-874-0699 to see if it has been found or is still on the bus.


TigerTransit is designed for the campus community.

Learn about how Transportation and Parking Services determines routes and stops.

Principles of Service