TigerTransit/Shuttle Services

Princeton University’s TigerTransit transportation system operates on a fixed route schedule, providing safe, convenient and reliable transportation throughout the Princeton campus and surrounding community.


The TigerTransit transportation system offers stops at academic and administrative buildings; faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate student housing; Nassau Street; and the Forrestal Campus and Princeton Plasma Physics Lab.

TigerTransit Fleet

The TigerTransit fleet is comprised of new 30-foot, low-floor, fully accessible buses that run on B20 biodiesel fuel. The buses are clearly identified as Princeton University TigerTransit buses with the following specifications and features:
  • Passenger Capacity: 33 seated, 15 standing
  • accessibility symbolWheelchair Capacity: 2
  • Accessibility Features: Flip-out ramp; Low floor kneeling
  • Bicycle Rack: Front load rack, holds up to 2 bikes
  • Tracking: Web-based GPS real-time tracking


TigerTransit buses are equipped with web-based Global Positioning Systems (GPS) that can track buses in real-time (TigerTracker). Riders are be able to track the location of any TigerTransit bus on any route online.

Other Services

Other TigerTransit services include stops with shelters, connections to NJ Transit and Princeton Borough FreeB shuttle, service to local shopping centers, an on-demand service, and extended hours. Multi-line TigerTransit stops provide transfers from one line to another.