Traveling to Atlantic City
Atlantic City is conveniently located in the heart of the northeast corridor, within driving distance to 40% of the nation’s population. Atlantic City is 60 miles from Philadelphia, 125 miles from New York, and 175 miles from Washington, DC. Any way you look at it, Atlantic City guarantees fast-paced excitement and non-stop year-round activities.
Atlantic City International Airport
Atlantic City International Airport makes flying to Atlantic City effortless. This medium size airport takes the hassles out of flying, while still providing nonstop services from a number of destinations. Located only twelve miles outside of the city travelers can touch down minutes away from the heart of the city.
Philadelphia International Airport
Philadelphia International Airport is located only 60 miles from Atlantic City, this large hub airport serves 32.24 million passengers annually. Twenty-five airlines, including all major domestic carriers, offer nearly 500 daily departures to more than 140 destinations worldwide. Philadelphia International Airport is easily accessible and convenient for travelers coming to Atlantic City.
NJ TRANSIT is New Jersey's public transportation corporation. The Atlantic City Rail Terminal is adjacent to the Atlantic City Convention Center, just a few blocks from the boardwalk. Travel between Philadelphia and Atlantic City is easy and convenient. Plan your trip to Atlantic City today!
Atlantic City Jitney Association
Looking for a fast and inexpensive way to get around the city? Jitneys are a 24/7 service that offer multiple different routes throughout the city. These minibuses are powered by compressed natural gas which reduces emission. Jitney fares cost $2.50 and will transport you to various locations in the city.