Trains to Atlantic City, NJ
There are multiple train services to Atlantic City, New Jersey from New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Baltimore, Washington DC, New England. Options include Amtrak, SEPTA and New Jersey Transit.
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New York Penn Station (NYP)
Atlantic City (ACY)
Washington DC (WAS)
Amtrak serves more than 500 destinations in 46 states and three Canadian provinces, operating more than 300 trains each day, over 21,300 miles of track. Amtrak amenities include generous legroom and wide reclining seats, two free carry-on bags and two free personal items, free Wi-Fi, and power outlets at every seat.
Trains from New England Atlantic City
Ride to Philadelphia (trains include the Acela Express, Northeast Regional, and the Vermonter). Then connect to the Thruway Train into Atlantic City (ACY).
Trains from New York City and Newark to Atlantic City
Trains to PHL include the NE Regional, Acela Express, Vermonter, Pennsylvanian, and Keystone. Connect at PHL to the Thruway Train. The entire
The NJ Transit provides train and bus services into Atlantic City. The Atlantic City Bus Terminal provides regularly scheduled bus transportation to and from Atlantic City and is located less than a 10-minute walk from the Convention Center. The NJ Transit Rail Terminal is conveniently located within the Convention Center and connects Atlantic City to Philadelphia at 30th Street Station and Amtrak’s Northeast corridor lines. Trains run on the hour and an estimated cost from Philadelphia to Atlantic City is $10.00 per person (prices subject to change).
NJ Transit’s Atlantic City Line
The Atlantic City Line (ATLC) operates between Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station (PHL) and Atlantic City with over a dozen trains daily (adult fare $10 one way, 95 minutes).
Trains from New York City and Newark to Atlantic City
NJ Transit & SEPTA
Take NJ Transit’s NE Corridor Line (NEC) to Trenton (TRE), then ride SEPTA’s Trenton line into Philly. Adult fare for the NYP to TRE segment is $15.50 (one way), and the trip takes 75-90 minutes. The SEPTA fare for TRE to PHL is $8.75 (45 minutes). Once in Philadelphia, take the Atlantic City Line (ATLC) offered by NJ Transit (about 95 minutes, $10 adults).
Please visit NJTransit.com for more information including timetables and fare options.
The Septa High Speed Rail Line train runs from the Philadelphia International Airport to 30th Street Station. Estimated cost is $6.00 per person (prices subject to change).
Please visit www.septa.org for more information.
Jitney’s shuttles will be provided for your convenience, schedule of departures is below. The fee of $29.00 (one way) must be paid in cash only to the driver.
- Sunday, 8/19 (PHL Airport – Convention Center): 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m.
- Thursday 8/23 (Convention Center – PHL Airport): 2:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.
- Friday 8/24 (Convention Center – PHL Airport): 6:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.
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Atlantic City Convention Center
One Convention Boulevard, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
- From the Atlantic City Expressway
At the end of the Expressway, make a left on Arctic Ave. and then a left on Michigan Ave. straight into the Atlantic City Convention Center parking garage. Another entrance to the parking garage is via the Atlantic City Connector. To take this route, bear to the right at the end of the Atlantic City Expressway and follow the Atlantic City Connector. After railroad tracks take the first exit on the right marked Convention Center/Bacharach Boulevard. While on Bacharach Boulevard, there are four (4) entrances into the parking garage on the right.
- From Philadelphia and West
Exit the Pennsylvania Turnpike at Valley Forge, Exit 24, onto Schuylkill Expressway (Route 76 East) through Philadelphia to the Walt Whitman Bridge.
- From New York and North
Major Interstate Highways connect with the Garden State Parkway South. Follow Garden State Parkway South to Exit 38 (Atlantic City Expressway). Follow Atlantic City Expressway directions.
- From Baltimore, Washington & South
Take I-95 to the Walt Whitman Bridge (Philadelphia). Cross the Walt Whitman Bridge and follow N/S Freeway to the Atlantic City Expressway. Follow Atlantic City Expressway directions.
- From Norfolk, VA area
Follow Route 13 and Route 9 to Cape May-Lewes Ferry, then take Garden State Parkway North to Exit 38 (Atlantic City Expressway) into Atlantic City. Follow Atlantic City Expressway directions.
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Getting Around Atlantic City
Atlantic City offers a variety of transportation options easily accessible to get you around the Atlantic City area and its many attractions. Direct links to the transportation options are provided by CLICKING on each of the TRANSPORTATION TYPES in the table below.
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Atlantic City’s primary form of public transportation, that runs 24/7, provides services to all hotels, casinos, shopping and attractions; even to and from the Atlantic City International Airport
Atlantic City Boardwalk’s rolling chairs are a throwback to the Victorian era that provides an operator to push you anywhere on the boardwalk
Taxis can be hailed from all hotels and taxi stands
Uber service is available in Atlantic City, APP is required