Routes to campus affected by activity in Princeton Borough--UPDATED 1:35 p.m.
Posted November 10, 2010; 11:47 a.m.
*UPDATE: The Princeton Borough Police have re-opened all roads to vehicle and pedestrian traffic as of 1:35 p.m.*
Because of street closures in Princeton Borough, individuals entering the Princeton University campus should use Washington Road and avoid entering campus via the intersection at Nassau Street/Route 27 and Route 206 during the morning and early afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 10.
Hulfish and Chambers streets, as well as parts of Paul Robeson Place, are closed to vehicle traffic and pedestrians because of Princeton Borough police activity in the area. The road closures have affected traffic in these areas and along Nassau Street. Princeton Borough Police now report that they expect to re-open the roads around 2 p.m.
Princeton Borough Police activity is outside of the University campus and there is no concern about safety on campus.