Routes and Schedules

TigerTransit is currently operating under its academic year schedule.

Shuttle operations will be limited or suspended during University holidays and, rarely, during severe weather events. Check the TPS homepage for announcements regarding any major disruption to scheduled service.

TigerTransit routes and timetables are subject to change throughout the year. Check the TPS homepage, Twitter feed, and the transit information posted below for changes.

Academic Year Route Maps and Timetables

Central Line | Monday - Friday, 4:30am - 10pm 

100 Overlook / 701 Carnegie Center | Monday - Friday, 8am - 6pm

693 Alexander Line | Monday - Friday, 6:45am - 6:15pm

East Commuter Line | Monday - Friday, 5am - 7pm

PTS West Line | Monday - Friday, 7:15am - 8:30pm

EQuad Line | Monday - Friday, 7am - 7pm

Merwick/Stanworth Line | Monday - Friday, 7am - 7pm

Forrestal/PPPL Line | Monday - Friday, 7am - 8pm

Lawrence/Lakeside Line | Monday - Friday, 7am - 8pm

Evening Circulator | Monday - Friday, 6:45pm - 11pm

Weekender Service | Saturday 11am - 9pm; Sunday, Noon - 5pm

Saturday/Sunday Shopper | Saturday, 8:30am - 4pm; Sunday, Noon - 5pm

 

On-Demand Bus Service | Sunday - Saturday, 10pm - 3am | Call 609.258.RIDE (7433) / UMatter Bus (Thursday - Saturday, 12:30am - 3am) | On-Demand Bus Service is available seven days per week during the academic year, excluding holidays. Provides service to all campus academic and residential buildings. Riders can now request On-demand service right from the TransLoc Rider app during On-demand hours.

 

UMatter LogoUMatter Bus (Thursday–Saturday, 12:30am–3am) The UMatter Bus provides students with a safe interpersonal environment and convenient ride home from Prospect Avenue to all undergraduate on-campus residences every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night from 12:30 am to 3 am. The Bus picks up passengers outside the Carl Fields Center and at the Fisher Hall stop; students can also flag the bus between these stops on Prospect Avenue. For more information about UMatter, visit umatter.princeton.edu.