Due to Princeton University’s Art and Transit Project construction, we recommend using TigerPaWW, the free bus service, instead of the train to Princeton Junction and vice versa (it is a shorter walk to/from the Seminary). Click here for the TigerPaWW map.
Pedestrian and Bike Path between Princeton Station and Princeton University Campus to be Closed Starting Monday, October 13
Effective Monday, October 13, the pedestrian and bike path between the temporary Princeton Station and the Princeton University campus will close. This path, which crosses over the tracks just north of the temporary station, will close for work related to completion of the new train station. The path will not reopen, though new paths will be available when the permanent station opens later this year.
In the interim, pedestrians and bicyclists should use sidewalks and crosswalks around the north end of the construction site, along Alexander Street and University Place, to travel between the temporary Princeton Station and the University campus.
The TigerPaWW will continue to operate, with bus stops located at Princeton Junction, Princeton Station and College Road, across from the entrance to McCarter Theatre Center. TigerPaWW schedules are available on the Princeton University Transportation and Parking Services web site.
There will be some limited construction activity at the Princeton Station parking lot, so please use caution and follow directional signage when traveling through this area.
Updated maps showing vehicular and pedestrian routes are available on the Arts and Transit Project web site.