BusesPrinceton Students do not need a vehicle to take advantage of the surrounding areas in New Jersey. The New Jersey Transit bus system steadily picks people up just outside of Princeton's gates. The following chart shows some of the destinations each bus serves:
The 605 bus stops both in front of the Dinky, on Witherspoon near the Public Library, and across from Palmer Square. If you're not sure you're at the right stop, ask the driver before you get on the bus.
Zip CarIf you are 21 or older and have had a driver's license for a year or more, you can sign up to use the Zip Car on campus. The rates vary based on your use, but can range from $8 to $10 an hour. For more information, visit www.zipcar.com/princeton.
ShuttlesPrinceton contracts a bus to make trips to Whole Foods each spring. Look for the schedules in Frist. For more information, visit University Services.
At some point, there may also be additional shuttle services to other shopping centers and Routes.
There is also the new Princeton freeB jitney that circulates around Princeton borough during commuter hours.
Sign up for an Enterprise Car Share Membership. Rent a car for a few hours orfor the day whenever you need it! Cars are located on campus and are available to members. More information can be found here.
TigerTransit Saturday Shopper bus goes to various shopping centers and grocery stores. Target, Trader Joe’s, MarketFair Mall, Princeton Shopping Center, and more! Check the schedule and stops online here. It’s FREE!