Campus & Community
A sufficient and proximate distribution of parking mitigates the impact of shuttle and commuter traffic on the road network. Planning for future parking allows the University to address the environmental and aesthetic impacts of new parking facilities, anticipate the traffic volumes traveling from and to garages, and study options for reducing parking demand.
How will the campus plan address parking and shuttles?
Most campus parking facilities are at or near capacity during the day.
Many are also full on evenings and weekends for athletic, academic, and cultural events. The campus plan seeks to develop parking strategies that support planned growth within a walkable campus and reduce adverse effects on the environment, the road network, and the University's academic mission.
Photos: Courtesy of the Princeton University Office of Communications and Campus Plan consultants.
© 2006 The Trustees of Princeton University. Last update: December 20, 2006