"I have more time to think, to prepare for the day on the way in, and to unwind on the way home!" DAN DAY, OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS Get started with the NJ Transit Bus Pass program Eligibility requirements Benefits-eligible faculty or staff as well as full-time graduate students without campus housing assignments. Take the bus to campus or a University-affiliated facility for your work or study in lieu of an annual parking permit. All you have to do is pick it up or opt into the mobile app option. Address on file with the University matches requested commute benefit. Please note that commutes with comparable TigerTransit bus service are subject to additional approval. Commuter benefits The University will purchase a bus pass on your behalf at no charge to you. However, the $83 bus pass is subject to federal and state income taxes. The added tax will appear on subsequent paychecks or stipends only following the months you received a pass. For more information on terms and conditions, please see Principles and Policies. Pick up the pass as you need it, we know schedules change especially around the end of the semester or over the summer. Commute flexibility when you need it We know that committing to an alternative commute still means that sometimes you need a little flexibility. With every Revise Your Ride benefit comes additional options to use as needed. Learn more about commute flexibility. I am commuting from... Trenton, Lawrence, Clarksville, or East Windsor. NJ Transit's Route 600 bus will bring you from Trenton along US Route 1 to Princeton Junction. From you can catch a ride to campus on TigerTransit. NJ Transit Bus Service Check schedules and fares Real-time bus status Canal Point Blvd., the Princeton Shopping Center, or along Route 206 from Montgomery. NJ Transit's Route 605 will bring you right to Princeton Station, on the southwest end of campus, University Place, or Nassau Street. NJ Transit Bus Service Check schedules and fares Real-time bus status Hamilton, Lawrenceville, along Route 206 west of Princeton, or North Princeton. NJ Transit's Route 606 will bring you right to Palmer Square, across the street from Princeton University's iconic FitzRandolph Gate. NJ Transit Bus Service Check schedules and fares Real-time bus status Ready to Revise Your Ride? Coming from Trenton, Lawrence, Hamilton, or around Princeton? Princeton University will provide you with an unlimited complimentary monthly bus pass in lieu of a parking permit. This pass qualifies for work AND personal usage. Enroll Now What about the bus on Route 27? Route 27 is serviced by a private bus line – Suburban Transit operated by Coach USA. As Coach USA does not sell monthly passes for non-NYC commutes, you can instead apply for the Mass Transit benefit and receive 50% reimbursement for 20+ one-way tickets. (Sub-Footer) Bikes on Trains Bike to your stop or station All local public transit (NJ Transit, Coach USA, and TigerTransit) are bike friendly. Buses provide either bike racks on the front of the vehicle or under bus luggage storage space. On NJ Transit trains, folding bikes are welcome any time, and standard frame bikes during off-peak hours.