We will close registration at 4PM Friday, at which time we will update this website page to say whether or not there are seats left. If there are seats left, then people can show up at 7:15 AM on Saturday and those seats will be first come, first serve, at the same prices. Register and pay for your seat by clicking here!

CFPA has reserved two buses to head from Princeton to D.C. on March 24th for the March for Our Lives, a demonstration created by students in response to the Parkland, Florida shooting. The March demands immediate legislation to effectively address the gun violence issues in our country, especially tragic mass school shootings. 

We will be meeting at the Princeton municipal building, 400 Witherspoon Street. We will be departing at 7:15 A.M, and leaving D.C. at 4:30 PM. 

The March itself will take place on Saturday, March 24 on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. between 3rd street and 12th street NW. The March will begin at 12:00pm (noon).

Register and pay for your seat by clicking here!

This is first-come-first-serve. For CFPA members, seats are $50; for non-members, seats are $75. To become a CFPA member and qualify for the discounted rate on this and future events, click here.

There's also an option included in the registration form to donate towards scholarships, so that students or individuals with limited income can attend. We encourage anyone who can donate to do so. 

Those who need scholarships should call the office at 609-924-5022 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Information for those who are already registered:

This Saturday, 3/24, meet at the Princeton municipal building parking lot (400 Witherspoon St.) no later than 7:15 AM!! The buses will be leaving at 7:30 AM, with or without you.

Your bus captains will check you in and hand out information. Everyone will receive a pre-paid Metro card. We will be parking at RFK Stadium and taking the Metro to the March location. You will receive a map and instructions about how to get to the March by Metro.

Go here for a FAQ about the March itself, including items that you can and cannot bring: https://marchforourlives.com/dc-march-faq/

The March is supposed to end at 3PM. You will need to be back at RFK Stadium by 4:30 PM.

There are still seats left if you have friends who want to go: https://www.peacecoalition.org/events/941-bus-to-dc-for-march-for-our-lives.html

We will close registration at 4PM tomorrow, at which time we will update the website page to say whether or not there are seats left. If there are seats left, then people can show up at 7:15 AM on Saturday and those seats will be first come, first serve, at the same prices.

For immediate release: March 9, 2018


The Princeton-based Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA) has reserved buses to take area supporters from Princeton to Washington DC for the March for our Lives being organized under the leadership of high school students from Parkland, FL, where a mass shooting took place on February 14, killing 17 and wounding 14 people. The event is expected to attract as many as 500,000.

The buses will leave at 7:30 AM from the parking lot adjacent to the Princeton Municipal Building at 400 Witherspoon Street in Princeton, and arrive in Washington in time for the March for our Lives, scheduled to start at 12 Noon. The buses expect to depart DC at 5:00 PM and arrive in Princeton at about 9:00 PM.

A limited number of seats are available for reservation. Cost is $50 per seat for CFPA members; $75 per seat for non-members; and sliding scale for students or those with limited income who can’t afford that much. Scholarship donations to support those in need are also accepted. Reserve online at peacecoalition.org or by calling the CFPA office at (609) 924-5022.

“We are pleased to invite those who support common sense gun safety measures, such as a National Assault Weapons Ban and Universal Background Checks to reserve for our buses and join us in Washington on March 24. We are especially excited to support the leadership of young people demanding such common-sense steps, and urge the public to join us,” said the Rev. Robert Moore, Executive Director of CFPA.

Whether or not readers can attend, they are invited to learn about CFPA’s ongoing work for gun violence prevention by visiting peacecoalition.org and clicking on the Ceasefire NJ Campaign page on the right.

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