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Travel Information

Symposium Location

The symposium will be held in the Friend Center (on the ground floor), the entrance to which is marked with a red box on the map below, on the Princeton University campus. The Friend Center is located at the corner of Olden Street and William Street.


Guest parking will be available from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Lot 21 on Faculty Road. Upon arrival, take the TigerTransit bus East Line or East Commuter Line (black dashed lines on map) to the Friend Center. Metered, all-day street parking is also available on Prospect Avenue, Olden Street, and William Street (blue lines on map). Olden Street is not currently accessible from Prospect Avenue, but can be accessed from Nassau Street. We will have quarters available for attendees at the registration desk for your convenience.

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Registration and Breakfast

When you arrive, please go to the Friend Center Convocation Room (1st floor) for registration, and breakfast. The registration desk will be near the entrance and easy to locate.


Princeton University is located in central New Jersey approximately 50 miles southwest of New York City and 45 miles northeast of Philadelphia.

From Newark Airport

The Princeton Airporter limousine has an information counter at the baggage claim area in each terminal at Newark Airport. Reservations can be made at the desk when you arrive at the airport for your trip to Princeton. However, reservations must be made in advance for your return trip to the airport. The one-way cost is approximately $23 per person. One should contact the Princeton Airporter for specifics and reservations at 1-800-385-4000.

From Philadelphia Airport

Take the SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) airport shuttle train to 30th Street Station. The shuttle stops on the lower level of every terminal and costs approximately $5. See below, under train directions for further instructions.


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