Princeton University’s campus is served by a variety of public transit options:
Rail Access. Princeton Station is home to the "Dinky," a small commuter train operated by New Jersey Transit providing shuttle service to the Princeton Junction Station on the Northeast Corridor. From Princeton Junction, you can catch NJ Transit headed anywhere along the NE corridor or connect to NJ Transit hubs in Trenton, Newark Penn, or New York Penn to transfer to Amtrak and other NJ Transit, Philadelphia, and New York City rail and bus lines.
Buses. NJ Transit currently operates three bus routes that service Nassau Street, Princeton Station, 701 Carnegie Center, and Princeton’s Forrestal campus. From Nassau Street you can also catch CoachUSA, a private bus operation, with service to several destinations in New Jersey and New York from Nassau Street. Check below for information about the variety of bus service to Princeton’s campus:
- #600 Bus Line Trenton - Plainsboro (701 Carnegie and Forrestal Campus)
- #605 Bus Line Montgomery, Princeton, Quaker Bridge Mall (Princeton Station)
- #606 Bus Line Princeton - Hamilton (Palmer Square on Nassau St.)
- #100 Coach Suburban Transit New York, New Brunswick, Princeton
- FreeB, service from Princeton station around the town of Princeton