From the north, take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 9 (New Brunswick) and follow signs for Trenton (Route 18 north, then Route 1 south).
From the south, take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 8 (Hightstown); follow signs for Hightstown and then Princeton.
From the west, take Interstate 95 north from Philadelphia to Route 1 north. Follow Route 1 to Route 571 (Princeton-Hightstown Road) and follow signs to Princeton.
Note: Detailed instructions for driving to Princeton are available by telephone. For a recorded message, call (609) 258-2222 using a touch-tone telephone.
Trains to Princeton Junction leave New York City 's Penn Station and Philadelphia's 30th Street Station regularly. From Princeton Junction, a two-car train (known as the Dinky) makes the five-minute trip to Princeton. The Dinky does not meet every train, so consult a current schedule before making travel plans.
Newark International Airport is most convenient to Princeton. Shuttle service between the airport and Princeton is available through the Princeton Airporter (their courtesy phones are available at the airport terminals' limousine counters). These vans arrive at and leave from the Nassau Inn, located in Palmer Square (one block from the University). Buses from Newark International Airport travel to Penn Station in Newark and to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City. The New Jersey Transit Northeast Corridor rail line also travels between Princeton and the airport.
The Princeton Airporter also offers limousine service to and from New York's Kennedy Airport. From the Philadelphia International Airport, train and limousine service are available to Philadelphia's 30th Street Station; Amtrak service to Princeton is available from the station.
New Jersey's Suburban Transit Corporation provides bus service from the Port Authority Bus Terminal at 8th Avenue and 41st Street in New York City. Buses leave New York and Princeton every half hour during the day for the two-hour trip.
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More travel information, including airport links, an interactive campus map, and taxi and car rental agencies is available on the Visiting Campus website.