Princeton Travel Information

PRINCETON OFFICE

600 Alexander Park

Princeton, NJ 08543

(609) 799-3535

SURVEY OPERATIONS CENTER

707 Alexander Road

Building 3, Suite 304

Princeton, NJ 08540

(609) 897-7495

On arrival, visitors should go to the lobby, and the receptionist will notify their host. Those traveling to the Survey Operations Center in New Jersey should follow the directions at the end of this list.

By Plane. Newark Liberty International Airport and Philadelphia International Airport are the closest and most convenient major airports, although John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport and LaGuardia Airport are within reasonable distance. Flights might also be available to Trenton-Mercer Airport, which is about a 30-minute drive to Mathematica. The Princeton Airporter provides shuttle service from JFK International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport to Princeton hotels. In addition, rental cars, taxis, and limousines are available to travel to Mathematica from these airports. From JFK International Airport and LaGuardia Airport, Salem Transportation Company provides connections to New Jersey transportation services in Newark. Those driving to Mathematica from Philadelphia International Airport should take I-95 and follow the directions below from Philadelphia. Those driving from Newark Liberty International Airport should take the New Jersey Turnpike and follow the directions below from the northeast.

By Bus. Suburban Transit buses run daily from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York to Nassau Street in Princeton and the Clinton Avenue train station in Trenton. From either place, taxis are available to Mathematica.

By Train. From New York, Philadelphia, Newark, and other stations along the main north–south line (the Northeast Corridor) of Amtrak, take any train scheduled to stop at Princeton Junction. From there it is only a short taxi ride to Mathematica. Other Amtrak trains, including the Washington Metroliner, stop in Trenton, where taxis are available. If you are driving to Mathematica from the Trenton train station, follow the signs to get on Route 1 North. Proceed on Route 1 North to the Alexander Road/Princeton Junction exit (about seven miles) and follow the directions beginning at * in the paragraph after next.

By Car. From the northeast, take the New Jersey Turnpike South to exit 8 (NJ Route 33, Hightstown/Freehold). Bear right out of the toll area to Route 33 East (Twin Rivers/Freehold/Route 133 Bypass) and follow signs leading to Route 133. Take Route 133 all the way to the end of the highway, bear right, and exit onto Route 571 (Princeton-Hightstown Road), following the sign that leads to Princeton. Go through six stoplights, and at the seventh stoplight, turn left onto Alexander Road (between the Mobil and Shell gas stations). Bear left at the Y intersection, and turn right at the top of the hill. Cross over the bridge, go through the first light, and turn right at the second driveway into the Alexander Park complex. Continue to building 600. The building will be on your left, and the parking area on your right.

From the northwest, take Route 22 East until it crosses into New Jersey and becomes I-78 East. Continue east to exit 17 (marked Flemington) and go south on Route 31 to I-95 North. Take I-95 North to the Route U.S. 1 North exit (exit 67). Proceed approximately four miles to the Alexander Road/Princeton—Princeton Junction exit. *Make a right turn at the light at the end of the exit ramp. Go through two more traffic lights, and look for the entrance to Alexander Park on your left (about .3 mile past the last light). Make a left into the Alexander Park complex, and continue to building 600. The building will be on your left, and the parking area on your right.

From Philadelphia and points south, go north on I-95 into New Jersey. (From the Pennsylvania Turnpike, exit at U.S. Route 1 North. Proceed for six and a half miles, and follow the sign for Yardley and I-95 North.) Proceed to the U.S. Route 1 North exit (exit 67). Travel north on Route 1 to the Alexander Road/Princeton—Princeton Junction exit. Make a right turn at the light at the end of the exit ramp. Go through two more traffic lights, and look for the entrance to Alexander Park on your left (about .3 mile past the last light). Make a left into the Alexander Park complex, and continue to building 600. The building will be on your left, and the parking area on your right.

From northern New Jersey on Route 1 South, go to the Alexander Road, East, Princeton Junction exit, which places you on Alexander Road. Go through three traffic lights, and look for the entrance to Alexander Park on your left (about .3 mile after the last light). Make a left into the Alexander Park complex, and continue to building 600. The building will be on your left, and the parking area on your right.

From Nassau Street in Princeton (Route 27), take Washington Road (Routes 571/526) to Route 1. Make a right onto Route 1 South, and proceed to the Alexander Road, East, Princeton Junction exit, which places you on Alexander Road. Go through three traffic lights, and look for the entrance to Alexander Park on your left (about .3 mile after the last light). Make a left into the Alexander Park complex, and continue to building 600. The building will be on your left, and the parking area on your right.

Survey Operations Center. Follow the appropriate directions by car above to U.S. Route 1. If you are traveling north or south on Route 1, proceed to the Alexander Road/Princeton Junction exit. Go through two traffic lights (if coming from Route 1 North, make a right at the first light; if traveling south on Route 1, go straight at the light), and look for the entrance to 707 Alexander Road on your left (about .3 mile past the last light). Make a left into the 707 Alexander Road complex, and continue to building 3. The main entrance to Suite 304 is on the leftmost side of building 3. There is parking in the lot in front of the building.