Travel to Princeton

The conference will be preceded by 4 tutorial talks on Sunday June 17th. This year the conference will include a full day of talks and posters on Friday, June 22nd. Please keep this in mind when making your travel arrangements. We also have a companions program that offers organized and links to self-organized excursions to the many places of interest plus information on local transportation options.

AIRPORTS:

Newark Liberty International Airport (code: EWR), 40 miles north is the easiest way to get to Princeton. On arrival at Newark Airport take the Air Train from terminals to Newark Liberty International Airport train station Then take NJ Transit Northeast Corridor train (southbound) to Princeton Junction station. At the station take a taxi to your hotel. Participants staying at the Nassau Inn can take the famous ‘Dinky‘ branch line from Princeton Junction to the ‘Princeton‘ station in downtown Princeton. Train tickets to either Princeton Junction or Princeton are available at Newark.

Other New York Airports:
J F Kennedy airport (JFK) (62 miles north)
La Guardia airport (LGA) (68 miles north)
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) 55 miles south

Public transportation from JFK, LGA, PHL to Princeton involves multiple connections.

Princeton University’s campus is served by a variety of public transit options. Click on the link for information on local transportation options.