Transportation

If you have the option, it is strongly advised for teams to fly into Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) or Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).

Other options include Trenton-Mercer Airport (TTN), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), and LaGuardia Airport (LGA).

From the Airport:

Train Route -

Use the NJ Transit rail, specifically the Northeast Corridor line if you are arriving at Newark Liberty Int’l Airport. At the Princeton Junction Station, take the Princeton “Dinky” train to reach campus.  For those who arrive in Philadelphia International Airport, the SEPTA Trenton Line extends from Philadelphia, PA to Trenton, NJ. Upon arriving at the Trenton Station, connect to the NJ Transit via the Northeast Corridor line, followed by “The Dinky”, which will take you to Princeton University.

Shuttle -

State Shuttle is partnered with Princeton University to pick up and drop travelers from the New York and Philadelphia airports to either Nassau Inn or Baker Rink. From there, most locations are in walking distance or on a TigerTransit route.

Driving -

Plan for 1 hour driving time from EWR using US-95 S and US-1 S. From Philadelphia, prepare for a similar driving time up US-95 N and US-1 N.

Parking:

If you come to the University before the Saturday of the competition, please park in Lot 21 and Lot 23. For parking on the day of the event, vehicles may be parked in any parking lot, Lot 10 and Lot 13 being closest to the relevant buildings.

On-Campus:

TigerTransit buses run to and from all of the major hubs on campus, making it a useful tool to getting quickly across Princeton University. For this tournament, the Clio Hall stop on Line B is closest to the most relevant buildings. Attached is the TigerTransit Route Map for your convenience.

 

If you have any questions about getting to campus, feel free to email us at princetoncertamen@gmail.com

https://admission.princeton.edu/visit-us/getting-campus

https://www.princeton.edu/meet-princeton/visit-us#air-train-travel