Officials celebrate new Princeton Station, ‘important link’ to world beyond campus

With a ceremonial ribbon-cutting, speeches and the whoosh of the Dinky train’s departure, officials celebrated the opening of the new Princeton Station on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Representatives from Princeton University, the town of Princeton, the state and the project’s design and construction firms were on hand for the celebration, commenting on the importance of the station and transit services to the University and town. “I’m very pleased that we have reached this milestone in our Arts and Transit Project, the building of this gorgeous new Princeton station,” Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber said.
By: Ushma Patel
Office of Communications, Princeton University
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