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Upcoming dates of interest

and contact information for elected officials

NJ Transit Board of Directors February meeting

Wednesday, February 8, 2023, at 6 pm

 Via zoom or livestream

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How To Contact

Princeton Mayor and Council 

West Windsor Mayor and Council

Mercer County Executive and Board of Commissioners

New Jersey Assembly Members and Senators

Office of Governor Phil Murphy

US Congressional Representatives

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NJ Transit
Princeton Transitway 

1 / Learn more about the Princeton Transitway proposal: 

NOTE: NJ Transit's current focus is on "Alternative 1".

2 / The NJ Transit presentation of alternatives - PDF.
3 / Overview by Walkable Princeton.
4 / Report of Transitway Study (December 2022) - PDF
5 / Ask questions or leave a comment through NJ Transit’s public comment form


to articles related to

the Dinky Corridor,

active & public transportation

NJ Transit Proposes to Make Public Transit Convenient to Ride

"The 2021 Princeton Mobility Survey shows that while very few Princeton residents get around town by bus, about half of the respondents said they would, if the bus were more convenient."

Town Topics, February 1, 2023

Expanding the Princeton Dinky Transit Corridor -- A Great Plan But Will It Happen?

"To make it happen the NJ Transit preferred option will need substantial political and public support. One ad hoc residents’ group has already been organized, Friends of the Dinky Corridor."

TAPintoPrinceton, January 4, 2023

Inviting Community to Share Enthusiasm For Proposed Improvements to the Dinky

"When is this fabulous project coming? 

That depends, in part, on us."

Town Topics, December 21, 2022
The Daily Princetonian, December 20, 2022

NJ Transit Study Envisions Multi-Modal Dinky Corridor

"The enhancements would reduce automobile traffic between Princeton and Princeton Junction, as well as in the town. Bus stops and rail platforms that are level with the floor in the bus or train would allow those with mobility challenges to board easily and independently."
Town Topics, December 14, 2022

New Proposal for Dinky Corridor Is Good News, But It Depends on Public Engagement

" I call on our local municipal planners and elected officials to make sure that the Dinky Corridor is part of any long-range plans, such as the new Princeton Master Plan"
TAPintoPrinceton, December 11, 2022

Town Topics, December 14, 2022

Ditch NJ Transit’s Dinky trains, build $145 M light rail and bus system, report says

"Benefits of a dual light rail-bus rapid transit line include more frequent service - with service every 6 to 10 minutes, the report said. The Dinky now runs every 30 minutes.", December 8, 2022

"The next step would be to do an official Environmental Impact Analysis, a key step in transit planning."
Walkable Princeton, November 30, 2022

Dinky Rail Line Should Be Turned Into Transit Corridor with Bike, Pedestrian Access

"Now, with so much competition for infrastructure funds, we need the support of elected officials — particularly at the state and federal levels — to make it happen."
Town Topics, November 23, 2022

All Aboard for Better Transit to Princeton Junction

"Sustainable Princeton cites environmental benefits of new Dinky corridor proposal."

TAPintoPrinceton, November 16, 2022

Friends of Dinky Corridor to NJ Transit: Let's Move Upgrades to the Fast Track

"The group clearly has attracted the interest of people other than die-hard Princeton-to-New York train commuters."

TAPntoPrinceton, November 7, 2022

How Japan Won its ‘Traffic War’

"Making streets safer has a lot to do with reducing the number of miles traveled in automobiles."

Bloomberg News September 6, 2022.

The Other Electric Vehicle: E-Bikes Gain Ground for Americans Avoiding Gas Cars

"E-bikes’ relative affordability could make them more attractive to more Americans—especially as cities continue to build the infrastructure required to make them a viable alternative [to cars]."

Wall St Journal, August 6, 2022.

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