Highway to Princeton NJ?
Coming from the North: US 1; US 206
Coming from Trenton and the South: I-95 to US 1 & US 206
Princeton University is located in Princeton, NJ. Rutgers University, The State University, has several campuses throughout the state of New Jersey. Its original campus is located in New Brunswick, NJ, about 20 miles from Princeton. Other substantial campuses are in suburban areas near New Brunswick, and additional campuses are located in Newark , NJ and in south Jersey.
Trenton, NJ , the capital and location of the victory of George Washington over the Hessians on Dec. 26, 1776. Atlantic City, NJ , The gambling center of the east coast until recently, and the inspiration for the property names on the game Monopoly. Newark, NJ , connected to New York City by the Holland Tunnel and Pulaski Skyway, is the largest city in NJ Princeton, NJ , home of Princeton University
Take I-95 SOUTH into New Jersey where it becomes the NJ TURNPIKE (toll). Take I-95 SOUTH on the NJ TURNPIKE to EXIT 8 to HIGHSTOWN and FREEHOLD. Get off the NJ TPKE at EXIT 8, bear right, then follow signs to ROUTE 133 to PRINCETON. Follow signs to ROUTE 133 NORTH, then take ROUTE 133 around Highstown to CO-571 WEST to PRINCETON. EXIT RIGHT. Take CO-571 WEST to Princeton.
There are a total of 8 Division 1 colleges and universities in New Jersey. They are: 1. Fairleigh Dickinson (Hackensack, NJ) 2. Monmouth University (West Long Branch, NJ) 3. New Jersey Institute of Technology (Newark, NJ) 4. Princeton University (Princeton, NJ) 5. Rider University (Lawrenceville, NJ) 6. Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ) 7. Saint Peter's College (Jersey City, NJ) 8. Seton Hall University (South Orange, NJ)