GFDL - Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory

Application of Seasonal to Decadal Climate Predictions for Marine Resource Management Workshop

Travel Information


The nearest and most conveniently accessed international airport to Princeton is Newark Liberty International (EWR).

The NJ Transit Northeast Corridor train line provides a connecting service from Newark Airport to Princeton Junction (~1 hour train ride).

At the airport, follow the signs for the AirTrain. This free monorail will take you to the main RailLink station, where you will board the NJ Transit Northeast Corridor Line (going to Trenton) until the Princeton Junction train station.

From Princeton Junction to the main campus you can take a 5 min shuttle train
ride (the dinky) or a taxi (~$20). See for more details and for travel information from Philadelphia or other New York airports


Princeton is easily accessible by train (NJ Transit or Amtrak) via the Princeton Junction train station. See for more details.


U.S. Route 1 connects New York to Princeton from the North and Philadelphia from the South. Driving directions are on the Princeton University website. Printable maps of the Princeton area and Princeton campus can be downloaded from the Princeton Visitors Bureau website.

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