How to Reach Atlantic City
- Atlantic City is well connected by air; many of the major airlines fly to Atlantic City International Airport.
- The NJ Transit is a well connected train system that has stops all over the state of New Jersey. Within two blocks of the city’s train station is the Atlantic City Bus Terminal to help you get to your destination.
- The Greyhound bus service also offers services from most of the major cities like Washington, Philadelphia and New York etc. Check their website for timings and fares.
- Well connected by highways, you could always road-trip down to Atlantic City provided you’re above 18 and have a valid driver’s license.
- The best way to get around the city is to use the Atlantic City Boardwalk. It’s well connected to most of the attractions and a pleasant way to get to places.
- Taxis are the other options and are found in plenty. Either visit the AC Convention Centre or call a local service. There are lines of taxis outside every casino too.
- The Atlantic City Jitney is a minibus service that runs along Pacific Avenue, 24 hours a day.
Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Atlantic City. The most preferred mode of transport in Atlantic City is Car.
Average distance: 12.87 km Average time: 20 min
Car 100%Driving 20 min Overall average time for 12.87 kms 20 min
|Absecon to Atlantic City||7.71 km||7 mins|
|Pleasantville to Atlantic City||10.98 km||10 mins|
|Ocean city to Atlantic City||16.77 km||16 mins|
|Egg harbor township to Atlantic City||18.73 km||18 mins|
|Manahawkin to Atlantic City||21.84 km||21 mins|
|Cranbury township to Atlantic City||29.5 km||29 mins|
|North brunswick township to Atlantic City||32.91 km||32 mins|
|Edison to Atlantic City||34.49 km||34 mins|
|Perth amboy to Atlantic City||38.6 km||38 mins|
|Aberdeen township to Atlantic City||38.86 km||38 mins|