Routes and Schedules
All routes and schedules below are in effect from September 9, 2017 through June 1, 2018.
TigerTransit 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.
693/701 CC Line | Timetable
Stops: 701 Carnegie Center > Helm Building > Bloomberg Arch > Goheen Walk > Dod Hall > Clio Hall (Morrison) > Nassau/Tulane > Alexander/Lawrence > 693 Alexander Rd. > Princeton Junction (8-10am, 3:30-6pm only, University ID required for boarding at Princeton Junction)
Forrestal/PPPL Line | Timetable
Stops: Princeton Station > Lakeside > Lewis Library > Dean Mathey > University Medical Center > Forrestal/AOS > PPPL > Lakeview Apts > Dean Mathey > Jadwin Hall > Palmer Square
Evening Circulator | Timetable
Stops: Graduate College > Princeton Station > Lawrence Apartments > Lakeside > Jadwin Hall > Woodrow Wilson > 201 Nassau St. > Friend Center > Fisher Hall > Frist/Guyot > Icahn Lab > Lot 21 > Lakeside > Lawrence Apartments > Princeton Station
Weekender (Saturday/Sunday) | Timetable
Stops: Merwick Stanworth > Graduate College > Princeton Station > Lawrence Apts > Lakeside > Jadwin Hall > Woodrow Wilson > Friend Center > Frist/Guyot > Icahn Lab > Lakeside > Lawrence Apts > Princeton Station
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 Bus (Thursday–Saturday, 12:30 am–2:30 am) 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.