Located in the heart of the northeast and within easy driving distance of a third of the population of the United States, Atlantic City is convenient to get to whether you ride a bus, take a train, drive or fly. The seaside resort is readily accessible by air through three nearby International Airports or by car and bus along three major highways. You can find what you’re looking for with this Atlantic City Map!
By Air- The closest airport is Atlantic City Airport. SPIRIT AIR flies from most locations right in to Atlantic City International Airport. GSFF is just a short cab ride away.
Philadelphia Airport is an hour West by car and also accessible by train by connecting through Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station.
Newark Liberty Airport is 2 hours North by car. You can shuttle from Newark Liberty Airport to NY Port Authority Bus Station and there you can catch a direct bus to Atlantic City if you prefer public transportation.
Getting There By Rail
NJ TRANSIT runs direct from Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station to Atlantic City. For more information, call 973-275-5555. The Atlantic City Rail Terminal adjoins the Convention Center. Free casino shuttle service is available from Atlantic City terminal to all casinos.
There is frequent bus service from New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, DC via major carriers including:
http://www.academybus.com/Casinos/Tickets.aspx (This seems to be the favorite line from NYC and All NJ locations *** HINT- The Claridge Hotel is next door to Bally’s casino, Resorts has it’s own bus terminal)
Getting Around Once You Are There…
Atlantic City’s unique Jitney mini-buses stop at all hotels and attractions. In addition the GSFF EXPRESS JITNEY will run a circuit to all venues during the event. Tips are suggested.
The city’s famous wicker rolling chairs provide service up and down the Boardwalk. It’s an Atlantic City tradition and lots of fun.
and, of course, taxis and Uber are readily available.