Courtesy Shuttle

Special Needs Courtesy Shuttle for 29th Season
Boheme Opera NJ will continue to provide a special needs courtesy shuttle on the TCNJ campus designated for their opera patrons with special access needs. The shuttle will pick up and drop off patrons at Trenton Hall (formerly Paul Loser Hall). Patrons should use the College Main Entrance on Route 31.
  • At the Y junction, please bear right onto Metzger Drive.
  • Travel a short distance, and then turn left into the Trenton Hall circle.

    • There is a small, brick information building half way between Metzger Drive and Trenton Hall;
    • There will be Boheme Shuttle lawn signs posted.

Those driving patrons with special access needs may park in Visitors Lot or Lot 3.

This service is provided as a service for handicapped and physically-challenged patrons and their companions, going directly to Kendall Theatre. If you are not a special needs individual, please do not board the shuttle since there are a substantial number of patrons who truly need the service.

Shuttle service begins 45 minutes prior to pre-curtain talks on performance days. Special needs patrons should arrive in plenty of time to take advantage of the shuttle service.

The shuttle service will be at the Kendall Theatre front doors at the close of performances to return patrons to the loop circle at Trenton Hall, which will be open for patrons to wait inside for their companion drivers.

For patron convenience, click on the following link for the TCNJ campus map, which also indicates where the shuttle dropoff and pickup are located – at Trenton Hall loop.  The shuttle route is indicated in black.

Boheme Opera TCNJ Campus Shuttle Map



Boheme Opera Company, Inc., AKA Boheme Opera NJ, is fully committed to ensuring that accessibility guidelines and requirements as set forth by the Federal Government and The State of New Jersey are implemented in as timely and efficient a manner as possible.  Boheme Opera NJ has been consistently responsive to making its programming accessible for all people with disabilities and will continue to strive to provide the utmost accessible experiences possible.  Through its main stage programming and community outreach, Boheme continues to provide assistance and appropriate accommodation. Front-of-house ushers and volunteers are trained in order to encourage effective communication and the practice of effective and sensitive techniques to serve members of the community with disabilities.  Boheme Opera regularly reviews its policies and procedures to adapt, accommodate and address any issues or problems that might arise in its main stage and outreach facilities with regard to ADA compliance and will regularly assess its progress in achieving full compliance in its programming.