Bus & Train Information

Getting to Atlantic City

Find all your Atlantic City transportation needs with the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority. Whether you use train or bus transportation to Atlantic City with NJ Transit, drive on the Atlantic City Expressway, or fly into the Atlantic City International Airport, getting to and from Atlantic City is easier than ever.

Whether you’re traveling for pleasure or for a meeting or retreat, the Atlantic City International Airport is located just minutes from the city and offers shuttle, taxi and rental car transportation.

  • Spirit Airlines offers seasonal non-stop flights to Boston, Atlanta, Detroit and Chicago O’Hare; connections to key cities in Florida: Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Fort Meyers; and also to Myrtle Beach and the Caribbean.

Philadelphia International Airport is only a quick 60-minute drive via the Atlantic City Expressway.

Bus/Train Transportation

Beginning Wednesday, September 5 and continuing until early 2019, NJ TRANSIT will continue the installation of Positive Train Control (PTC) equipment on its rail fleet throughout the state.

To accommodate this critical safety upgrade, all service on the Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL) will be temporarily suspended beginning Wednesday, September 5. Throughout this time period, ACRL customers will have alternate travel options with discounted fares to and from Philadelphia.

Convention attendees that normally utilize the Atlantic City Rail Line (ACRL) directly into the Atlantic City Convention Center, please visit the NJ TRANSIT website for the NJ TRANSIT bus schedule.

There is frequent bus/motorcoach service from New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, DC via all major carriers, including Academy, Greyhound, Shoreline Express and NJ Transit.

Atlantic City transportation makes everything within the city readily accessible to visitors from Philadelphia and points in New Jersey with NJ Transit buses. Our ever-popular passenger jitneys move the entire length of Pacific Avenue, parallel to Atlantic City’s world famous Boardwalk, to the Marina District and to the Convention Center