Getting to AOS and around Forrestal Campus
Atmospheric and Oceanic Science (AOS) and the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL) are both situated on Princeton University's Forrestal Campus, which is about three miles from its main campus and the town center. Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is also on Forrestal Campus.
Click here for driving directions.
Forrestal Campus Shuttle Service
The Forrestal Campus and Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) are currently serviced with a dedicated daily shuttle route linking Forrestal campus to the main Princeton University campus.
Click here for a shuttle map and schedule.
You can avoid roads with a lot of traffic by biking, and it's a pretty ride along the towpath (keep your eyes open for a pair of bald eagles). Don't try to bike along Route 1 -- it's not safe. Mapleton Road does not have street lights so you will need bike lights after dark. Both GFDL and Sayre Hall (AOS) have bike racks and showers.
Click here for biking directions and a map.
It is possible to walk to Forrestal campus from Princeton, but it takes at least an hour to longer depending from where you start and how fast you walk. Follow the bike route directions, but be careful on Mapleton Road where there is no sidewalk or lights.