March 4, 2013
The estimated cost has increased by 10% to $330 million. Work on the project has already begun.
October 31, 2011
The memorandum finds a way to preserve and improve a link to the northeast corridor rail line; improving Princeton transportation, bikeability and pedestrian safety; and providing the university with the opportunity to build its new $300M arts campus.
December 13, 2010
Despite opposition from residents, N.J. DOT chief Simpson supports Princeton’s plans to move the Dinky train station 460 feet south of the present station to accommodate the university’s plans for an arts and transit neighborhood.
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