Getting Around Campus


Princeton's campus is designed for walking and biking—but there are other transportation options—both on and off campus.


You can most easily navigate Princeton’s 500-acre campus on foot, by bicycle, or in one of the convenient TigerTransit shuttle buses. Bikes and pedestrians share the paved pathways that connect dorms, academic and administrative buildings, and other facilities. The Princeton University interactive map can help you find your way around campus.

In order to encourage employees to leave their cars at home, Transportation and Parking has developed Revise Your Ride.  This pilot program offers enhanced incentives to participate in one of the five Transportation Demand Management programs: bike/walk, carpool, vanpool, rail reimbursement, and free NJ Transit bus pass.