Is the Princeton shuttle running?

Is the Princeton shuttle running?

Also known as the Dinky, or the Princeton Junction and Back (PJ&B), the branch is served by special shuttle trains. Now running 2.

Is the Princeton shuttle free?

The system is free and open to the public, except for late-night on-demand service and service from Princeton Junction, when passengers must present a valid University ID to board. Shuttle operations will be limited or suspended during University holidays and, rarely, during severe weather events.

Is parking free on Sundays in Princeton?

Metered Parking Locations, Times and Rates Friday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Payment is required all day every day at the 15 minute Wawa meters.

How much is train from Princeton to NYC?

Which train should you take from Princeton Junction to New York?
TrainDaily TripsAvg. Price
Amtrak Keystone Service1$46.

How far is Princeton from Philadelphia?

38 miles

How do I get from Philadelphia to Princeton?

You can take a train from Philadelphia to Princeton via Trenton Amtrak Station, Trenton Transit Center, and Princeton Jct. in around 1h 20m. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Philadelphia to Princeton via Wallenberg Ave Across From Terminal and S Clinton Ave At Wallenberg Ave in around 3h 31m.

Do you need a car in Princeton?

Sometimes you do need a car, whether it's to visit the big box stores, get to the train station on time, or see a medical specialist. Lyft operates in the Princeton area; you might want to schedule your ride since wait times can sometimes be 10–15 minutes. ZipCar also has a few cars in the area.

Do you need a car at Princeton?

Can my student have a car? First-years and sophomores are not permitted to have a vehicle on campus. See this guide to getting around the Princeton area without a car.

What is it like to live in Princeton?

Living in Princeton offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Princeton there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Princeton and residents tend to have moderate political views. The public schools in Princeton are highly rated.

How far is Princeton to Manhattan?

48 miles

Does Princeton allow commuters?

Princeton University's campus is served by a variety of public transit options: Rail Access. Princeton Station is home to the "Dinky," a small commuter train operated by New Jersey Transit providing shuttle service to the Princeton Junction Station on the Northeast Corridor.

How is living in Princeton?

Princeton is in Mercer County and is one of the best places to live in New Jersey. Living in Princeton offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Princeton there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. ... The public schools in Princeton are highly rated.

How much is parking at Princeton Junction train station?

Daily parking is offered in the Vaughn Permit lot priced at $6 for a single stay of up to 24 hours to a maximum of 14 consecutive days. Payment is required promptly after parking on all days and at all times.

Is Princeton a safe town?

PRINCETON, NJ — Four New Jersey town ranked among the top 10 safest towns in America, and one was among the most dangerous, according to a new report by Moneygeek.

Where should I live near Princeton?

Nearby Communities

  • West Windsor, NJ.
  • Lawrenceville, NJ.
  • Hopewell-Pennington, NJ.
  • South Brunswick, NJ.
  • East Windsor, NJ.
  • Hillsborough, NJ.
  • Yardley, PA.
  • East Brunswick, NJ.