Directions

OBJECTS OF AFFECTION:  TOWARDS A MATERIOLOGY OF EMOTIONS

219 AARON BURR HALL

May 4 – 6, 2012

HOW TO GET TO PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

Getting to the campus from the Hyatt Regency:

A shuttle will be available to bring participants staying at the Hyatt Regency, Princeton to the Princeton University campus.  The schedule is below and is limited to one trip per timeframe, so please make sure to be on the shuttle at the scheduled time if you want a ride to campus.  There will be a light lunch available to you upon your arrival to the conference on May 4th.

May 4, 2012

12:45 pm – Pickup @ Hyatt Regency Princeton

8:00 pm – Pickup @ Aaron Burr Hall and return to Hyatt Regency

May 5, 2012

8:45 am – Pickup @ Hyatt Regency Princeton

9:00 pm – Pickup @ Carl Fields Center and return to Hyatt Regency

May 6, 2012

8:45 am – Pickup @ Hyatt Regency Princeton

No return trip to the hotel on Sunday as many are leaving directly from the conference.

Below is information on how to get to the Princeton Hyatt Regency from various airports to which you may be flying into.  I have also attached a map of the Princeton University campus with places of interested noted on it.

*********GROUND TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION*********

Newark Airport to Princeton

Train:  New Jersey Transit train to the Princeton Junction train station.  When you arrive at Newark Airport, take the AirTrain from the airport terminal, which will drop you off at the New Jersey Transit Newark Airport train station.  New Jersey Transit tickets can be purchased at the entrance to the AirTrain stations in each airport terminal, and the cost is approximately $16 each way (you may use a credit card in the ticket vending machine).  Take the New Jersey Transit train to the Princeton Junction train station.  From the Princeton Junction train station, take a taxi to the Hyatt Regency Princeton (approx. $15-$20).

When using the online train schedule, please refer to the schedule for the Northeast Corridor Line.  Here is a link to online information for the AirTrain and New Jersey Transit.

Shuttle vanOlympic Airporter offers shuttle van service from Newark Airport to Princeton, departing every hour.  It is recommended that you make an online reservation in advance of travel.   On the home page of Olympic Airporter, click the Princeton University icon on the right side of the page to get the discounted Princeton University rate.  Be sure to choose the “Princeton-EWR-JFK Shuttle” when making your reservation, and choose the Nassau Inn as your drop-off point/destination.  After claiming your luggage at the airport, proceed to the Ground Transportation counter and follow the directions on your confirmation sheet.  If you have not made an advance reservation, proceed to the Ground Transportation counter to arrange for Olympic Airporter shuttle service to Princeton.  The cost of the Olympic Airporter is approximately $35 each way.

Once the shuttle drops you off at the Nassau Inn, you must take a cab to the Hyatt Regency.  The cost is approximately $25-$30.

JFK Airport to Princeton:

From JFK, take the Olympic Airporter shuttle van to Princeton.   The cost is approximately $60 each way.

Another option from JFK Airport is to take the AirTrain to the Jamaica Station (red line) then pick up the LLRR line (Long Island Railroad) (gray line) to Manhattan (Penn Station), from Penn Station you take New Jersey Transit Northeast Corridor Line to Princeton Junction, NJ.  Then from Princeton Junction it is a short taxi ride (5 minutes) to the Hyatt Regency, Princeton.

Take the New Jersey Transit “Northeast Corridor Line” to Princeton Junction from Penn Station.

From New York City to Princeton:

Take a New Jersey Transit train from New York Penn station to Princeton Junction station.  Then take a taxi to the Hyatt Regency Princeton.

Amtrak train to Princeton:

Amtrak trains do not normally stop at the Princeton Junction train station.

Amtrak from the north:  From the north, you should switch to a New Jersey Transit train in either New York City or Newark.  Take NJ Transit train to the Princeton Junction train station, and then take a taxi to the Hyatt Regency Princeton.

Amtrak from the south:  From the south, you will get off at the Trenton train station.  From there you can either take a taxi to the Princeton Hyatt Regency (approx. $50-$60), or switch to a NJ Transit train in Trenton and take that to the Princeton Junction train station.  From Princeton Junction, take a taxi to the Princeton Hyatt Regency.

GPS for automobiles:

For those who will be driving, the address of the Princeton Hyatt Regency is: 102 Carnegie Center, Princeton, New Jersey 08540-6293 Tel: 1-609-987-1234

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